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Salt Cathedral Group Tour with Daily Departure

Highlights
  • Tour a Zipaquirá salt mine and see the carved Salt Cathedral
  • Meet your tour at a centrally located starting point
  • Entrance fees and audio guide are included
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Salt Cathedral Group Tour with Daily Departure
From US$60.00
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Salt Cathedral Basic - 8 amMost Popular
Basic Version - 8 am: This version starts at Candelaria, Calle 16 # 4 - 67 , in front of Notaria 1Starting point:Cl. 16 #4-67
From US$60.00
Salt Cathedral Basic - 9 am
Basic 9 am: Starting point Parque de la 93, Carrera 11 a # 93 b - 12 in front of My name is ColombiaStarting point:My Name Is Colombia
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Overview
Explore the Zipaquirá Salt Cathedral on this half-day Zipaquirá tour from Bogota. There’s no rental car worries as transportation to and from your hotel is provided. Visit the salt mines and learn about their significance to Colombia, plus witness the salt collection process. Then, discover the Zipaquirá Salt Cathedral, carved into the walls of an abandoned mine.
What to Expect
After meeting your group at a centrally located starting point, head to the Zipaquirá Salt Mine by vehicle.
Once there listen to an audio guide (available in seven languages) or enjoy a guided tour in Spanish or English.
Learn about the salt formation and mining processes, as well as the economic, cultural, and historical impact of salt to Colombia. Plus, explore the Zipaquirá Salt Cathedral, an underground Catholic church carved into the subterranean walls of a salt mine.
At the end of the tour, you are returned to your original Bogota pickup location.
Reviews (53)
1 - 5 of 44 reviews
Reviewed 5 days ago
Great trip to Catedral de Sal

We really enjoyed our visit to Catedral de Sal. It was a great opportunity for us to see something on our short trip to Colombia. We appreciated the small group size. The English audio guide was really convenient for us as it allowed us to...More

Date of experience: March 2019
1  Thank manonh921
BogotaPass, Director Comercial at Bogota Pass, responded to this reviewResponded today

Dear Manonhm, we designed the tour thinking of the experience and at morning time is a little bit more quiet than other hours, so the idea is to enjoy the attraction itself. The version you took includes basic inclusion with high standars, always thinking about...More

Reviewed 2 weeks ago
Well Organized

This was our first day in Colombia. The tour was well-organized and timely. We researched several other tours. You don't need the lunch or any of the fancy features. The only thing you need is transport to and from Zipaquira - which is exactly what...More

Date of experience: March 2019
Thank sorips111
Traveler65721390815, Public Relations Manager at Bogota Pass, responded to this reviewResponded 2 weeks ago

Thanks, The basic version you bought includes the basic services like transportation, fees, insure and good service. Our rate price/quality is very high, welcome again.

Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile
Well organized and good visit of an amazing place

The booking and process of the whole trip was very simple and easy. Everything happened in time and the guide / tour was well organized, friendly and always willing to help Can definitely recommend it!

1  Thank Florian R
BogotaPass, Director de Relaciones Públicas at Bogota Pass, responded to this reviewResponded 3 weeks ago

Dear Florian, thanks so much for your comment, we effort all the time in order to make you happy. Our internal work always is prepared for clients and the best for us is your satisfaction. So, welcome again, travel Colombia with Us!

Reviewed 4 March 2019
Unique attraction

Zipaquira is not far from Bogota, but the drive is long (1-3/4 hours) due to the roads and traffic congestion. We took a private tour which lasted about 6 hours in total. Our guide was excellent, and the cathdral itself is quite beautiful. I am...More

Date of experience: February 2019
Thank Jane452013
Reviewed 20 February 2019
Well worth it.

Definitely one of the highlights of our two mo th stravelling in Peru and Colombia. Ingenuity and creativeness of the miners is mind boggling, the head sets were a definite plus as the explanations provided valuable insights into how the whole creation was made. Well...More

Date of experience: February 2019
Thank RandN52
BogotaPass, Director de Relaciones con Clientes at Bogota Pass, responded to this reviewResponded 21 February 2019

Hey Rand! Thanks so much for choosing us during your Trip. Definitely, Salt Catehdral Mine is a must do In Bogotá. Thanks for taking a tour with us and we are so happy you enjoyed a lot!

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EdmundW31
19 January 2019|
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Response from mary pat c | Reviewed this property |
That price seems high. Is that with a private driver? I didn’t notice any groups. It is more of a self guided tour with audio phones. The cathedral is about 45 minutes out side of Bogota
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Lawrence K
10 January 2019|
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Response from mary pat c | Reviewed this property |
You can book a tour through Trip Advisor. You are picked up at your hotel around 8:00 and the tour lasts around 8 hours. At the entrance you are given an audio guide which accommodates a variety of languages, French included.
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