Tour the city in a local party bus.
Fun! fun! fun! times on La Chiva Rumbera, originally used to transport cargo, fruits and crops, this brilliant (and safe) way of partying is a staple of Colombian party life. Drink, dance & sing along in our traditional colorful buses as you enjoy rum (or aguardiente) & flow with latin beats. Visit iconic places, hop in and out off the Chiva, sightsee as you experience the city's nightlife. Stop at local plazas and enjoy street food as you walk around town squares, support artisan crafts, markets and see one or two street performers.
Who This Experience Is Good For
For anyone that wants to dance in Colombian way.
Meet Our Local Host
- Meet at Selina to get in the chiva bus.
- Liquor store stop to buy drinks (But we recommend to bring before hand since they only received cash).
- Drive to different neighborhoods of Medellin. Including Poblado and Envigado.
- We will be back in Selina at 10 pm.
- Round trip transportation.
- Visit to different squares, lookout point, and to a bar/club venue.
- Taste of Rum or Aguardiente.
What’s Not Included
- Extra Beverages.
- Tips for vendors.
Know Before You Go
- Minimum Needed: 12 people.
- Maximum Capacity: 30 people.
- Booking Deadline: 3 days before event.
- Weather Dependent: No.
- Difficulty Level: Easy.
- Special Clothing Required: comfortable shoes.
- Special Dietary Restrictions: NA
- Extra Cash: Needed for tipping. Bring cash for the few stops planned to buy more drinks, pay for the restrooms, grab a quick bite or buy a souvenir.
- Transportation: Included.
- Additional Information: NA
Frequently Asked Questions
So this was a fun experience, but we didn't actually do most of what was describes in the event. For example we didn't do any of this: "Visit iconic places, hop in and out off the Chiva, sightsee as you experience the city's nightlife. Stop at local plazas and enjoy street food as you walk around town squares, support artisan crafts, markets and see one or two street performers."
But we did dance on a moving bus for several hours, visit a gas station bathroom and a empanada stand in a mostly closed down part of town.
All that being said, it was still a lot of fun.