$ 50 Price per person
(minimum 2 people)
  • Lets dive into the fascinating and controversial world of Pablo Escobar, for many infamous for others a hero and their only hope. We'll learn how he passed from being a little boy from the countryside turned into the worlds richest criminal and the person who made Colombia's government kneel down

    We'll visit the main highlights where we can really understand his humble begginings, the rise of his power, his charismatic personality and his impenetrable ego, you will be the one to decide what were his true intentions.

    For an additional 25 USD per person, you can choose to visit Comuna 13!!

Our tour startsa heading to the south of Medellín, to the cemetery where he is buried alongside his family, we’ll also find some people of interest like Pablo’s cousin, Gustavo Gaviria, the financial genius of the Medellín Cartel and the woman that introduced Pablo to cocaine, Gricelda Blanco, alias Black Widow.

We’ll also visit the house where he was hiding the last of his days and got caught, but was he really killed?

We’ll explore the Memorial Park, once the Monaco building, Escobar’s home, bombed in 1884 by the Cali cartel and the beggining of a bloody war and pass by the Virgin of Assassins, known back in the days by the “sicarios” that visited her to pray for protection before their next “job.”

Additionally, we’ll take a closer look at the neighborhood that he gave away to poor people and honors his name, and learn about the impact that he had on the community, why did people love Pablo?

start time

9:00 am - Hotel Pick up

We'll start heading to the south of Medellín to Jardines de Montesacro, the cemetery where Pablo Escobar is buried.

Pablo Escobar’s Grave

It's a simple cemetery, nothing luxurious, just a seperate place for Pablo's family including himself, a few feet away, we'll find the Black Widow, rumors say she killed a few of her husbands.

Inflexion Park

This is where the Monaco building was located, once his family home, but the Cali Cartel decided to put a bomb and get rid of him with all of his family, but that pushed Escobar to madness and Colombia gets immersed into a bloody war.


Barrio Pablo Escobar is the name its inhabitants gave to the community that Pablo gave away to homeless and poor people, this place loves and defends Escobar, we'll explore a little museum the community has for Pablo.

Virgin of Assassins

Crazy but real, Pablo's hitman, that were usually young kids from 12 to 20 years old, used to come to pray to this catholic monument for protection and permission.

House where he died

"Los Olivos" the neighborhood that saw Pablo Escobar die, we still ask the big question, who killed Pablo Escobar? There's five different theories of his death each one with "real proof", including his suicide.

finish time

2:00 pm approx

You will have the option to visit the museum of the family by the end of the tour, it has an extra cost of 30 USD per person.

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