Traditional Market Places: Tour heads north on a customized journey by car with AC just minutes away. First stop takes place at Minorista market place, an exciting market with plenty of vendors and even a Flea market where average Colombians purchase monthly groceries. Customer can use bathrooms and/or purchase extra drinks at his own expense before the guided visit around the market place starts.
Group can make stops along the way to take pictures, sample fruits and/or ask questions to the guide. There are convenient facilities where to use bathrooms or grab snacks at any time and is recommended to bring cash and/or Colombian pesos since not every store takes credit or debit cards. After a guided visit, our local guide will show you fruits you have never imagined, besides vegetables and other ingredients that are main part of the local diet.
Journey continues to Flower market sitting in downtown, where an impressive selection of florists and farmers display their best plants amidst celestial fragrances and essences. Finally, tour heads to Antioquia’s central market place, Mayorista, for a closer approach to the most exotic fruits and their natural properties at Colombia´s second largest market. All samples are included so that you can fully experience all the new fruits and/or vegetables unknown. At the end of the tour, customers can choose to be dropped at their hotel or another location they feel like.
Meeting/pick-up point: The activity start and finish in the hotel that you are staying .
Duration: 3 hours
Start/opening time: At 9am or 1pm. Operation days: Monday to Sunday from 1 person
End/closing time: At 12pm and 4pm
Languages: English / Spanish / French / Portuguese
Others: No previous physical preparation required. Don´t do this activity if you are under the influence of alcohol or any hallucinogen drug. You are responsible for your medical prescriptions to prohibit activities of this type. Suggested comfortable snickers, sunscreen, hydration, sunglasses and photographic camera, bring light jacket. No age restrictions