Min. and Max. height.

600/1700 meters

Physical demand


Technical difficulty


Pedal through the Andes mountain range in Colombia and discover its magic


11 – 16 Feb. /24 Full

8 – 13 Sept. /24 Full

26 – 31 May. /24

25 – 31 Ago. /24

If there is a group of 10 or more riders interested in this tour we can schedule other dates.

First Stage                                                                      Second Stage

Embark on an adventure through the valleys and mountains that molded cyclists like Nairo Quintana and Egan Bernal into the champions they are today.

Our journey will lead us through lush landscapes characterized by dairy agriculture and rich artisanal traditions. Pedaling onwards, we’ll traverse rivers and streams flowing down from the highlands, where mountain waters cascade to the enchanting desert of La Candelaria. Along the way, we’ll navigate through picturesque colonial towns, immersing ourselves in their culture, savoring the delectable local cuisine, mingling with friendly locals, and marveling at breathtaking scenarios.

Prepare to confront challenging climbs that will test our endurance, only to be rewarded with exhilarating descents along dirt roads that gradually unveil diverse terrains and vegetation. This adventure promises not only a physical challenge but also a profound connection with the cultural tapestry and natural wonders of the region.

We will be riding around 40 kilometers per day 

Day 1 – Guasca

It is recommended to stay the night before the tour at the Ibis hotel in Chía, Cundinamarca, north of Bogotá (This night is not included), where you will find a sports store and a shopping center to get everything you need. On Sunday morning, after breakfast, we will Pick you up in the parking of the hotel and head to the charming town of Guasca in a one-hour transfer, a paradise for recreational MTB. There, surrounded by extensive farms, dairy cattle, water sources, and Andean native forest, we will adjust the bikes at a rustic and beautiful inn. After lunch, we will embark on our first ride to acclimate to the altitude, exploring the town, crossing streams, and returning to the hotel. The day will end with a bonfire under the stars. Riding distance 36 km /546 meters of cumulative elevation

Day 2  – Guatavita

We’ll have breakfast at the hotel and then head out to ride north. We’ll warm up in the first kilometers in the valley and then start rolling on undulating dirt roads. We’ll pass through a segment of the ascent to ‘La Cuchilla,’ a well-known climb among Colombian cyclists where our champions often train. We’ll continue northward through stretches of native forest and green fields with beautiful views. We’ll arrive at the town of Guatavita where we’ll have lunch (included) and take a brief tour to stretch our legs and explore its central square. Then we’ll return to our hotel via a route that runs along the edge of the Tominé Reservoir. We’ll have free time to take a shower, have dinner, and then we’ll meet at the hotel bar to listen to some good music, have a beer, and why not, dance a little. Accommodation in Guasca. Riding distance 53 km /972 meters of cumulative elevation

Day 3 – Raquira-Villa de Leyva

Breakfast and transfer to Raquira (3 hours), one of the most picturesque artisan villages in Colombia. Along the way, we’ll stop at the Boyacá Bridge, the site where Colombia’s independence was forged. Upon arrival at a place known as the artisan’s hand, we’ll hop on our bikes and head to the town of Ráquira. There, we’ll have some free time to explore the area and its craft shops. Lunch (included). The route to Villa de Leyva (a cultural heritage site of Colombia) is partly paved and partly dirt roads. The streets and the large central square are still paved with cobblestones, and many buildings date back to the 16th century. Free time and accommodation in Villa de Leyva. Riding distance 34 km /329 meters of cumulative elevation

Day 4 – Sky-bikes

We’ll have breakfast and start cycling northwards, heading towards the greenest part of Villa de Leyva. We’ll begin with a gentle ascent of several kilometers until we reach Aventura Park. There, we’ll enjoy a delicious picnic in nature (included) and partake in a unique biking experience. Afterward, we’ll continue with a fun descent to a stream known as ‘Pozo de la Vieja.’ Then, we’ll tackle one final hill to return to Villa de Leyva and participate in a Colombian coffee tasting where we’ll learn about different types of coffee and brewing methods. Free afternoon. Accommodation in Villa de Leyva. Riding distance 40 km /809 meters of cumulative elevation

Día 5 – Ecce Homo and Aim Karim Vineyard

Breakfast and pedal through tomato fields towards ‘El Infiernito,’ an indigenous astronomical observatory. Then, we’ll ride to the Ecce Homo Monastery where we’ll enjoy a snack. Finally, we’ll pedal to the Aim Karim Winery and Vineyard where we’ll taste Colombian wines and have lunch (included). Then, transfer to the hotel in Bogotá (2 hours and 40 minutes). Riding distance 26 km /303 meters of cumulative elevation

We recommend dining at Andres Carne de Res (https://www.instagram.com/andres_c_de_res/) Not included. Accommodation at Hotel Ibis (https://all.accor.com/hotel/B201/index.en.shtml)

Day 6 – End of services


Breakfast at the hotel and group transfer to the airport

Services included

  • 5 nights  hotel in double or triple lodging including breakfast.
  • Local Guides
  • Support 4×4 vehicle during all routes
  • Transfer days 1/3/5/6
  • Breakfast days 2 to 6
  • Lunches on days 1, 2, 3, 4 and 5
  • Fruit and water on the routes
  • 1 picknick on day 5
  • Coffee Tasting
  • sky bike
  • Bicycle adjustment assistance.
  • General assistance during the stay 24 hours.
  • Luggage transportation (one 80 liter backpack per person is allowed)

Optional services

– Single Room: U$40 per Night 
– Sport massage: Consult.

Bike Rent

Bike rent Menu


¿Can I bring my bike?
Yes, be careful with excess weight and packaging for transport.

Not included

– Air Tickets
– Food not described in the program. Drinks.
– Bike rent.


*999 Dollars*

Payment Methods

A reservation payment for 100 dollars will be made  through Paypal for reservation. Then the rest of the money will be paid in cash (Dollars) on first day of the tour in Colombia.

Confirmation of payments and return policies

All payments must be confirmed by sending the receipt to contact@nomadsbiketours.com

There are no money refunds. In case of canceling the tour once the reservation has been made, it could be used to participate in any of our activities during the year in other date.

Once the tour has started there will be no refund for cancellation or abandonment of the plan. 

For more information or to make your reservation, write to us at: contact@nomadsbiketours.com o or Whatsapp +57 312-577-1734




Windproof jacket.
Interior shirt.
T-shirt for the cold.
Long pants for pedaling.
Cycling-mountaineering shorts.
Cycle-mountaineering t-shirts
Hat or neck/head bandana.
Large and one small towel.
Pairs of long socks.

Documentation necessary to enter another country. Passport or corresponding national documents. Make sure with the airline of the need for vaccines such as yellow fever for entry to Colombia.
For rented bicycles, if you use clip-on pedals, bring shoes and your clip-on pedal as all our bicycles have a normal pedal.
Other personal accessories can be attached to the bicycle.
For those who wish to bring their own bicycle, it is recommended to bring spare parts and use a hard case.
If the cyclist uses carbohydrates, BCAA or other supplements, they must bring them for personal use, remember that they are not easy to find in Colombia. (Due to restrictions from the Ministry of Agriculture, the entry of natural products such as dried fruits, chestnuts or honey is not allowed).

For your own safety, we recommend purchasing travel insurance such as: April -Universal -Assist Card -Europ Assistance -Travel Ace -Travel Nomad.

Please inform special dietary needs or medical needs (diabetes, cardiovascular problem, etc.) upon arrival.

We recommend for alternative activities and dinners:

  • The “La Guaca” Restaurant/Pub/Bars complex.
  • The Chocolate Museum 
  • Hot springs “La Portada de la Villa” 
  • Restaurant El Ático complex