Take a guided visit to one of the few temples built underground at the Zipaquira Salt Cathedral, enter as deep as 180 meters to discover the largest salt rock deposit on earth. This fascinating 6 hours tour will show you the salt production process that took place since the prehispanic times, plus it will take ou around cozy Zipaquira village in order to interact with locals and why not make a stop at the local souvenir shop at the end.

Once your bilingual private guide has met at your hotel as per your instructions, tour heads to the country side for a scenic trip that will get you to the largest salt cathedral on earth. Feel free to make stops along the road if you are taking photos or simply to grab a snack. There are restrooms and several stores so we recommend bringing Colombian pesos since not every store takes credit cards.

After approximately one hour, tour arrives at Zipaquira Salt Cathedral where you will be able to wander around and ask questions about the magical tunnels and vaults since this is a fully narrated tour with entrances included as well. Discover amazing art work and fascinating lighting effects throughout the 180 meters deep layout.

After approximately one hour, tour gets ready to move on to the next location just minutes away, at cozy Zipaquira colonial village. Explore and understand how this magnificent village has been labeled as cultural heritage for Colombia. Feel free to walk around the cozy streets and also grab a souvenir to bring home to your loved ones.

At the end of the journey and when you are ready to head back, guide will escort you all the way to your hotel or any other location you instruct to be dropped at.


  • Hotel pick up and drop off

  • Private car with bilingual driver and ac 

  • Traveler‘s insurance

  • Relevant entry tickets

  • Local taxes

  • Parking fees

  • Fully narrated tour.


  • Zipaquira Salt Cathedral

  • Zipaquira Village.


365 days of the year, daily departures 7 days a week 9am and 2 pm


6 hours approx. 

Not included:

  • Lunch – Beverages
  • Tips to driver/guide