Zipaquirá & Lake Guatavita: Private Transportation Day Trip
Go for a nature walk and visit an extraordinary Roman Catholic church built within the tunnels of a salt mine on a private day trip to the Salt Cathedral of Zipaquirá and Lake Guatavita from Bogotá.
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- Visit two must-see attractions on a private day trip from Bogotá
- Look inside an amazing church built within the tunnels of a salt mine
- Enjoy independent nature walks around Lake Guatavita
- Escape the restrictions of organized tours or the hassle of public transportation
DescriptionEscape the restricted schedules of organized group tours and visit two of the must-see attractions of the savannah outside Bogotá on an 8-hour day trip to the Salt Cathedral of Zipaquirá and Lake Guatavita. Benefit from pickup at your hotel at your desired time, and then journey into the countryside at leisure. Make your way to the Salt Cathedral, considered a site of pilgrimage in Colombia, where three sections represent the birth, life, and death of Jesus. Explore the amazing attraction independently, safe in the knowledge that your driver will wait to take you to Lake Guatavita when you are ready. Go on a nature walk upon arrival at the lagoon, and marvel at the unique landscape. Located in the Cordillera Oriental of the Colombian Andes, the lake is thought to have been caused by the dissolution of underground salt deposits, resulting in a kind of sinkhole.
IncludesPrivate transportation with driver for 8 hours Tolls Entrance fees Tour guide Meals and drinks Gratuities Personal expenses
- Your driver is not a guide and will not enter the sites
Easy cancellationCancel up to 24 hours in advance for a full refund
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