- Meals detailed in the quotation
- Private transfers & excursions with English speaking guide.
- Transfers: Our transfer rate includes transportation for one suitcase per person up to 23 kg (50 pounds) plus one hand luggage. If you plan to travel with additional luggage, please notify us in advance to assign a vehicle with sufficient capacity for the transfer. Bear in mind that this change may generate additional costs
- Accommodaton in 3* properties. In all hotels, check-in time is from 3:00 pm and check-out between 11:00 am-1:00pm. Early check-in or late check-out are not included, unless specified in the quote
- One bottle of water per person, per day.
Other meals, drinks, tips and other personal expenses or services not specified on the program
Voluntary tips for guides or drivers
Travel and medical insurance
Any items not mentioned as included
Hotel Accommodation or Similar
Hotel B3 Virrey 3* /Bed & Breakfast Bureau Room
Hotel Posada de San Antonio 3* / Bed & Breakfast Standard room
Hotel Kartaxa 3*/ Bed & Breakfast Petite Room
High Season on certain dates supplements to be added.
For twin accommodation at B3 Virrey, Kartaxa and Anandá in Cartagena is necessary to apply a supplement since it is only available in junior room, Petite Plus and Kartaxa and Deluxe room respectively.
The Gold Museum is closed on Mondays & Botero Museum is closed on Tuesdays.
The transfer from Bogotá to Villa de Leyva takes around 3 hours and a half. During the journey, a stop is included for visiting Zipaquira’s salt Cathedral.
The tour Villa de Leyva from Bogota includes accommodation for one night in Villa de Leyva. Posada San Antonio request a minimum stay of two nights during high season. We suggest asking the high season supplement, since transfers and excursions are quoted with a guide and a vehicle travelling with the passengers from Bogota. In this sense, if the hotel requires a minimum of 2 nights stay, we have to include an additional day of guide and driver in Villa de Leyva.
The Cartagena Walking Tour includes the visit to Inquisition Palace, Santo Domingo Church and City’s Fortifications.