Explore Guatavitá Lake on this guided walking tour from Bogotá. Learn about the culture of the Muisca Indians, the legend of El Dorado, and the biological importance of the area. Then, visit the town of Guatavita, taking in its architecture and buildings, including the city’s bullring. Since it’s a private tour, you’ll be able to stop for photos wherever desired.
From the comfort of your private transport, you'll experience a 2-hour tour through the savannahs of Bogota to the lagoon of Guatavita. The lagoon is part of a protected natural area and tends to be one of the more beautiful sights in the city.
Next, you'll be joined by a local, English-speaking guide who'll explain the culture of the Muisca Indians who once inhabited these lands, along with the local legend of El Dorado and the biological importance of the area. They'll also take you to the edge of a crater to see the marvelous Lake Guatavitá.
After leaving the lake, travel to the nearby city of Guatavitá to explore the architecture and the environment, including the bullring in the city. On the way, you will see the Tomine Dam, which is 9 km long, before being brought back to your accommodations.