Gran Colombia Tours, Bogota

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Gran Colombia Tours is a travel agency dedicated to offering a different kind of tourism experience. To this end, we take time and care in the selection and training of our guides, so they can provide the best informative and entertaining experience to our customers. As the crux of the tour experience, our guides guarantee our tours are high-quality experiences with activities that encourage cultural immersion and unforgettable memories in a country full of secrets to discover. With our world travel planner, Bogota attractions like Gran Colombia Tours can be center stage of your vacation plans, and you can find out about other attractions like it, unlike it, near it, and miles away.
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  • I went on the Aguavita tour with Juan Carlos and Jadidra as our driver. Nice day out visiting the small town and then on to the park and a beautiful under an hour hike through Andean forest up to the....  more »
  • Incredible experience, the spectacular guide and the tours moved us to a city that we did not imagine, we will definitely return, we had a great time. Recommended!  more »
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  • Did 2 tours with them while I was in Bogota. First a walking tour with Gio and next a bike tour with Daniel. Both were amazing! Got to see and learn a lot about Bogota's history. Highly recommend
  • We had an interesting and informative history tour with Liz the day before the national protests. Unfortunately, there was an issue at 10am when we first met due to the police not allowing them to do the tours because they were in the middle of getting their license and they tried to dissuade us to follow another tour guide, licensed and from the government but we decided to wait and stick to Gran Colombia Tours. We met up again at 2pm and even though it was just 3 of us, Liz proceeded with the tour. She started at the temporary location of a market to show us different fruits (many of which we had not seen) and allowed us to purchase some if we wanted to and I did because they were so delicious and cheap but did not feel pressured at all. From there, we went to different squares to learn more about the history of La Candelaria, some politics, current situation etc. We went to Bolivar Square which unfortunately was covered in preparation of the protests the following day. Since it was basically a private tour, she answered all our questions and was attentive with us. She even carried a few big umbrellas which were very useful as it rained on us a bit. We finished at a coffee shop where we tasted some coffee and again, had no pressure of buying but had the option to. The recommended tip is about 35,000 cop or about $10/person for a 3 hour tour! Totally recommended!
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