Salt Cathedral Private Exclusive 8 Hours Tour. All Included

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How salt production of the first indigenous communities turned into an underground Catholic cathedral with the capacity to accommodate over 10,000 people is a great story! The journey through the immense tunnels dug into the salt rock is impressive. Each niche, each space has been carved to represent in symbols of the life of Jesus, in the midst of a work of design and impressive engineering. There is a lot to see on this trip. Make sure you have all the time you need to make a pleasant trip that allows you to appreciate the details and know the stories. At the end of the visit to the Cathedral of Sal, your guide will take you to lunch in a typical restaurant of the population.

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Operated by: Bogota Henry Tours

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AN IMPRESSIVE ATTRACTION, THAT YOU CANNOT MISS! The most visited tourist attraction in all of Colombia and unique in the world! In the heart of a mountain of salt, an underground cathedral was excavated, which constitutes a monumental work of engineering, which contains a profound message. Here, you need a great guide, who explains the issues with clarity and knowledge and who answers your questions, because the destination has it all: history, anthropology, religion, indigenous cultures, geology, traditions and legends. The Salt Cathedral of Zipaquirá, 50 kilometers north of Bogotá, is an amazing space of tunnels dug in the bowels of a mountain of salt, in which an impressive cathedral has been built!! The Salt Cathedral and the mine constitute a space of extraordinary interest, where ancient traditions of religions, history, mining, geology, legends, anthropology, paleontology come together... It is a visit that you cannot miss! It is the most visited tourist attraction in Colombia.

Duration: 3 hour

Stop At: Zipaquira

The town of Zipaquirá was founded in 1606 and continues to have a colonial aspect, especially in the main square, where the town's church and some old buildings with wooden balconies, which contrast with the French style of the City Hall.

Duration: 20 minutes
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