Private Tour To Guatape From Medellin
- Transport in special vehicle of Tourism from Medellin.
- Local taxes
- Professional guide
- Boat tour of the reservoir with crossover music
- Hotel pickup and drop-off except hotels in the city center
- Travel Insurance
- bilingual guide (must request it)
- Confirmation will be received at time of booking
- Not wheelchair accessible
- May be operated by a multi-lingual guide
- identification document
- comfortable clothes and footwear
- If you have any medical prescription, do not forget the medicines
- photographic camera and battery-charged cell
- Operates in all weather conditions
- no minimum number of people required, daily departures
- This is a private tour/activity. Only your group will participate
Our guide Alex was exceptional, the tour was run professionally and will highly recommend this tour while in Medellin.
This tour was worth booking. Our tour guide Alex was awesome and we had a great time through out the day with him! His English was on point and he was very knowledgeable and informative on the history of Medellin, the town of Penol and Guatape. I had a large group of 11 people and he was able to pick all of us up in their company van and drop us off at the same location. It doesn't matter where you're staying at, hotel or Airbnb, just give them an address, and they'll pick you up at your location. This is an all day trip, where we started around 8am to 5pm, about 8 hours total. Breakfast and lunch were both included, and they were legit platters of Colombian dishes coffee, juice, eggs, pastry, pendeja paisas, fried trout, and grilled chicken. We were taken to the old town of Penol where we visited a church, and took a pontoon boat ride tour around Medellin's reservoir. The boat ride was about an hour long with great weather and good reggaeton music being played, we were given a history tour of Pablo Escobar and his properties around the reservoir. Next, we went to hike The Rock of Penol, which the ticket to enter and hike is also included in the tour. The hike is about 750 steps, it's not bad, definitely doable and it took us about 15-20 mins to get up to the top where took amazing pics of the cities, rural areas, and lakes surrounding the rock. Our final stop was the town of Guatape. The area is filled with history and colorful art and designs down alleyways and all over the buildings. I highly recommend this tour due to several reasons. Since we had a large group already, we wanted a private tour where we had our own transportation and our own tour guide. Also, with breakfast, lunch and the hike ticket included, the price of this tour was a great deal.