The air connectivity between India and Bogota is remarkable with numerous airlines flying between the two, the major ones being Air Asia, Air India, Delta Airlines and Lufthansa. New Delhi, Mumbai, Bangalore and Hyderabad are pretty well connected with Bogota and other Columbian cities. However, owing to a huge distance, there are no direct flights between the two nations.
Indian tourists must have a single tourist visa before entering Columbia. They may apply it on the official site for a fee of 18135INR. The tourist visa is valid up to a maximum of 3 months.
As soon as you come out of El Dorado International ¾Airport of Bogota, you may board a taxi cab or a bus to the main centre of the city. There are bus stands right outside the terminal taking you the central Bogota in just about USD 6-7. However, in order to reach a specific destination like your hotel, you may have to take a taxi from here. You can also board taxi right outside the airport which may take around USD 13 to the desired stop.
|Starting city||Return price (approx)|
|Mumbai||₹ 97,746||View Details|
|New Delhi||₹ 101,881||View Details|
|Bengaluru||₹ 109,863||View Details|
|Chennai||₹ 97,285||View Details|
|Hyderabad||₹ 96,413||View Details|
Taxis and cab service in Bogotˆ is quite smooth. Almost every driver uses the metre system to charge you. The taxis provide a comfortable journey taking you from your hotel to any desired location in and around the city. Uber is the most significant operator in Bogota.
The splendid Rail network within Columbia connects Bogota with other cities of the country. Bogotˆ Savannah Railway that connects different parts of Bogota to Zipaquira, Soacha, Briceno and other significant and insignificant areas of Columbia.
The TransMilenio (a form of Rapid bus transport) is the best way to go from one place to another. Since all buses donêt stop at every place, the route has to be worked out in advance. Athough each trip costs 1,700 COP a ticket at peak hours and 1,400 COP otherwise, you can jump between stations if you haven't left the station. Keep an eye for pickpockets while using this mode of transport. Privately owned buses and busetas (1500 COP during the day, 1550 COP at night) can be caught by waving them down. They follow specific routes which is listed on cards on the front window. If you need to reach someplace quickly, use the Colectivos.