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Bogota: Food Discovery Tour

1. Bogota: Food Discovery Tour

Explore the unique flavors of different Colombian regions on this food tour of Bogota. Go to 7 places within the La Candelaria neighborhood and sample a variety of traditional food and drinks. Visit the local market and stop by multiple family-owned businesses to try aborrajado, ajiaco, and other special dishes. Meet with some of the best professional baristas in the region. In a single afternoon, get to learn about Colombian culture through its food and history. This tour accommodates both vegetarian and vegan preferences. Be prepared to tuck into lunch and dinner so make sure with an empty belly.

Bogotá: Private Graffiti Tour in La Candelaria

2. Bogotá: Private Graffiti Tour in La Candelaria

Immerse yourself in Bogotá's booming street art scene on this tour. Starting at Chorro de Quevedo Square, learn about the city’s art history in relation to graffiti and see pieces by local artists like Ledania and 3 Manos, Wosnan and Ocio4. Next, visit a narrow street packed with graffiti that retells the indigenous ancestry of the city. Get to know the work of Carlos Trilleras and stop by a couple of murals painted by Wosnan and Ocio 4. Your next stop is the Park of La Concordia and La Concordia marketplace an important tension spot, meeting point and melting pot of ideas and influences which has been key in defining the identity of downtown Bogotá. Continue through picturesque streets, taking in more graffiti along the way. See some of the best graffiti authored by women and learn more about their role in the propagation of this art. See works by artists like Bastardilla, Vera, Ledania, and Erre,who give life to this part of the city. Follow the promenade towards Journalists Park, where journalists, poets, and writers used to gather in the 60s. Finish your tour at Café Herencia where you can admire some more of Carlos Trillera’s artworks.

Bogotá: La Chorrera Waterfall Guided Hike

3. Bogotá: La Chorrera Waterfall Guided Hike

Just a short drive from Bogotá, the highest waterfall in Colombia lies waiting: La Chorrera de Choachí. Join this hike to the Mountains of the Moon and explore La Chorrera. Explore this amazing natural park and learn about the peculiarities of these cloud forests. Thick with vegetation and often mist, these forests are filled with an alluring mystique. First visit the smaller waterfall, the 55-meter tall El Chiflón, before delving deeper into the park. Learn about the park’s history, the local ecosystem, and recent challenges. Deeper inside the park, you’ll find La Chorrera: a tiered 590-meter tall waterfall. Take in the mighty sight and rest your feet before taking the trail back out of the park. The hike ends at the town of Choachí, where you’ll be able to join in with some of the locals for a fantastic local lunch before heading back to Bogotá.

Bogota Chocolate Tasting Tour 3 Hrs

4. Bogota Chocolate Tasting Tour 3 Hrs

Join a chocolate tasting tour at Republica Del Cacao, a famous and popular South American chocolate retailer. This retailer originated in Ecuador but now operates in Peru and Colombia bringing unique varieties, aromas and flavors to the shelf. Chocolate naturally infused with salt, mango, aniseed or chillies are just some of the flavors on offer, guaranteed to tantalize your tastebuds and please your palate. The chocolate is all naturally sourced from the Choco region where the company is hoping to establish a joint initiative with the government to aid farmers producing the chocolate. The history of chocolate making and sourcing will be explained as will the different types/flavors and the processes involved in the production of the world’s favorite sweet treat. Next comes the part everybody looks forward to, the tasting. Taste one of Republic Del Cacao’s trademark bars, an organic delicious chocolate. After the tour you will have time to explore the products on offer at Republica Del Cacao.

Bogotá: Colombian Chocolate Workshop with Tastings

5. Bogotá: Colombian Chocolate Workshop with Tastings

Explore Colombia's rich cocoa tradition in a chocolate-making workshop. Learn about different types of local cocoa, sample chocolates from 5 different regions, and make your very own chocolate truffles to take home as the perfect souvenir from Bogotá. Discover Colombia's chocolate production process from your guide, as well as the different tropical fruits that Colombian cocoa is paired with. Sample different cocoas, before choosing your favorite flavor to make your own handmade chocolate truffles. Pop your chocolates in a small gift box to take home — to enjoy for yourself or as a gift. Finally, indulge in a pastry and hot chocolate treat to wrap up your tour. Enjoy a choice between a traditional almojábana, carimañola, pandebono, puff pastry, empanadas, mantecada, or an arepa. Best of all, know that you are helping support local Colombian businesses by embarking on this chocolate tour.

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Amazing experience, we went to 7 different places and each of them had something special. The food was delicious and our guide Freddy was absolutely lovely. Definitely recommend

La guía del tour July es extraordinaria, nos hizo sentir siempre bienvenidos, explicando cada lugar y platillo de una manera muy puntual. Mil gracias July

Great walking tour! The food alone was worth the price but add in learning the history of the area and it was fantastic. Gabriela was amazing!

Wonderful introduction to Colombian food and fun to know others.

A great tour to understand the eco way of coffee growing