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Neiva to Bogota bus

Neiva to Bogota Bus Timings & Fare

Bus Operator First Bus Last Bus Duration  
Expreso Bolivariano 11:00 18:00 6 hrs 0 mins VIEW PRICE

Neiva to Bogota Bus

Neiva is away from Bogota 198 mi (319 km) which take about 6 hours to go through. The terrestrial transportation companiey Coomotor covers this route, providing bus tickets at low-cost rates and with varied schedules. Besides that, the companies provide to the traveller diverse buses with services that will make your trip more comfortable and delightful. Bogota is the capital of Colombia and it's a place you never get to know completely; the city offers an ideal space for business, for having fun, for tasting new cooking and learn about its history just admiring the colonial buildings and much more. The climate in Bogota is cold, of high mountain. The average temperature is 57 °F (14 °C), so we recommend you to bring warm clothes, since moderate rains can catch you by surprise.



  • Terminal de Neiva


  • Bogota
  • Terminal del Sur
  • Terminal Salitre

Why book a Neiva a Bogota bus with redBus?

You can also time-to-time redBus offers while booking your bus tickets online from Neiva to Bogota. Follow a simple, fast and secure bus booking procedure. This helps save time and also helps to create a joyful travel experience!

Buses from Bogotá to Neiva

If you already acquired your tickets to travel from Neiva to Bogotá and you are looking for a return trip, you can buy them easily on our platform. We have many bus operators that travel through this route, that departs at different times to give the passengers more options. So, what are you waiting for? Buy your bus tickets from Bogotá to Neiva with redBus. 

About Neiva

Neiva is a city in the midst of important growth and development phase, and has several and diverse turist attractions . It is located in the valley of the Magdalena River, and is one of the most important cities in south colombia due to its strategic location that once communicated the Viceroyalty of Peru with Bogotá.Neiva was founded in 1539, although the city was raided by natives and had to be relocated. It was founded for its third and final time by Diego de ospina y Medinilla in 1612.The city is widely known the Feasts of Saints Peter and Paul, festivities during which the city also organizes a Folkloric Festival and the Reinado Nacional del Bambuco beauty pageant, as well as its beautiful natural vistas.

About Bogota

Bogota is a large, modern city and the capital of Colombia, which for the last few years has become an increasingly popular tourist and holiday destination. Nestled high up in the Andes, the city offers a fantastic mix of the new and old: high rise buildings overlooking historic churches, trendy boutiques serving on century-old plazas and busy roads passing through century-old colonial districts. Experience a little of what Colombia has to offer in the wonderful city of Bogota.

Bogota Weather

Bogota has a temperate climate, with an average temperature of 14.5°C that can vary from 10°C to 19°C. Due to its geographical location it does not have 4 seasons, but dry and rainy seasons alternate throughout the year and the driest months are December, January, July and August.

Hotels in Bogota

Bogota has all kinds of accommodations. You will have plenty of options, from budget-friendly hostels to fancy modern apartments. So, finding your ideal accommodation wouldn’t be a problem.

Restaurantes & Bars in Bogota

Colombian cuisine is varied. Bogota is a lively city with no shortage of bars and clubs with which to drink and party. Their dishes are incredibly tasty and fillings typically consist of spicy meat, potato and vegetables

The most tourist places in Bogota

● La Candelaria: The oldest district in Bogota and original spot where Spanish conquistador Gonzalo Jiménez de Quesada founded the city in 1538. You can walk by the streets passing 400-year old churches, historical buildings and colonial museums – most with free admittance.

● The Gold Museum: With a fantastic collection of pre-Spanish and pre-Colombian gold artefacts and the Museum of Colonial Art exhibiting Colombian treasures including Viceroy-ship art, silver plates and Las Aulas Cloister, one of the oldest buildings in Bogota.

● Plaza de Bolivar: Is located in the heart of the city and contains a statue of Simón Bolívar who played a key role in Latin America's successful struggle for independence. The square is guarded by impressive buildings including the Palace of Justice, the National Capitol, and the Catedral Primada de Colombia.

● The Catedral Primada de Colombia: The Roman Catholic Cathedral was built between 1807 and 1823 and holds the remains of the founder of the city. The Cathedral is the largest in Colombia and one of the biggest in South America.

● Cerro de Monserrate: This is the main symbol of Bogota and has been visited by thousands of people and pilgrims since it was founded in 1640. You can take the funicular or transferico ride to the top or walk the stone path which should take between 1-2 hours. Seated at the peak of the hill is a beautiful sanctuary, a couple of restaurants, and fabulous views over Bogota.

Important dates in Bogota

● March - Festival Iberoamericano de Teatro de Bogotá: Bogotá, dresses in colors and joy to give way to the largest theater festival in the world. This festival is attended by theater companies from five continents, dance performances, street theater, opera and much more.

● May – Festival ColomBIOdiversity, This festival takes place in Medellín and Bogotá. Its objective is to raise awareness about the importance of biodiversity and the protection of the environment in Colombia. It is developed through cultural spaces such as exhibitions, environmental film festival and workshops for children.

● November- Salsa al Parque Festival: The Salsa al Parque Festival takes place in Bogotá and is attended by talented musicians of great national and international recognition. This festive event brings together a movement specialized in the genre. Linking artists, dancers, collectors, music lovers, and fans.

How to reach Bogota?

Bogota by bus: The average travel time between Bogotá and Neiva is around 5h 15m. This is the time it takes to travel the 314.7 km that separates the two cities.

How to move around Bogota?

To transport yourself through the city of Bogotá you can use these options:


• SITP – Integrated Public Transportation System - It consists of Transmilenio, a mass rapid transit system, and regular buses. Transmilenio are long red buses that have a preferential lane on the main avenues; therefore, it is the fastest means of public transportation in the city. It has been one of the biggest initiatives of the government to help the mobility of thousands of people. Throughout the city you will find Transmilenio stations in strategic places, that will allow you to travel in the direction you are heading towards.

• Taxi: If you are going to spend a few days in the city and you do not want to waste valuable time moving on public transportation, taxis are a good option. Taxis in Bogota are not that expensive. A short trip can cost around COP $8,000 (approx. USD $3).

• Bicycle: The city has grown its bicycle network and bikes have become an important way of transportation, especially for short distances. That’s why rent a bike is an excellent option.

Gastronomy in Bogota

● Aromática. 

● Chocolate caliente a la colombiana (con queso) 

● Chicha

● Arepa

● Ajiaco

● Caldo

● Changua

● Empanada

Things to buy in Bogota

The souvenirs and gifts that you can buy in Bogota are:

● Chocolates

●Chamba Pottery

● Aguardiente

● Obleas

● Coca Tea

● Hammock

● Coffe 

● Emeralds

Bogota Facts

Bogota is the largest and most populated city in Colombia, with 1,587 square kilometers and around 8 million inhabitants. It is approximately at 2,600 meters above sea level. The city is divided into 20 localities and within each locality, there are different neighborhoods. Each neighborhood is different and has its own charm and places of interest

Bus operators of the route Neiva to Bogota

● Coomotor  

● Lineas verdes  

● Cootranshuila

In conclusion:

You will be amazed by this city, by its people, its food, its museums; its streets full of surprises, art and little shops and bars where you will have the best time. There is a thousand things that you will want to do in this great city. Enjoy your time in this incredible destination.

Looking for cheap tickets from Neiva to Bogota?

Are you thinking about taking a vacation, a business trip or want to visit your family in Bogota, do not worry! at redBus you can find the best prices from the most important bus companies in Colombia, just check the list of companies and schedules that appear in the results and get the best rates with the best low-cost prices so that your trip is not only comfortable and enjoyable but also economical. so do not hesitate and buy your ticket at redBus.

How to get cheap bus tickets from Neiva to Bogota?

Do you want to travel to Bogota from Neiva but it's out of your budget? Don't worry about it. At redBus we have many offers and discounts that you can take advantage of for your vacations, business trips or to visit your family.

Measures against COVID-19 on the Neiva to Bogotá route

If you want to travel from Neiva to Bogota, you should keep in mind:

- Buy your tickets online to avoid contact with other people.

- Keep your mask on at every moment at the bus station, and during the trip.

- Carry your own disinfection devices, like hand sanitizer, wet wipes, liquid soap, and others.

- Use these disinfection devices after having contact with surfaces like railings, Windows, seatbelts, chairs, doorknobs, or counters.

- Avoid talking, singing, and eating during the trip.

- Carry the minimum luggage possible.

- It is forbidden to speak on the phone during the trip.

- The attention hours from the bus stations are from 6:00 a.m. to 10:00 p.m.

To know more about guidelines and safety measures press this link.

  • Coomotor
  • Lineas verdes
  • Cootranshuila
  • Expreso Bolivariano


How can I buy my bus ticket online in Colombia?

A: You can purchase a ticket for the bus of your choice to any destination in Colombia by logging in to the official redBus site which is This website is easy to use and you can buy your bus ticket in a matter of minutes.

How do I buy a bus ticket from Neiva from Bogota?

A: You can visit one of the terminals in Neiva and visit the counter of the bus company of your choice, wait your turn in the attention queue, select the seat you want and buy your ticket. But if you prefer to avoid all that, you can simply enter and buy your bus ticket online in just 5 minutes and with the comfort of your home or office.

Should I print my bus ticket before boarding?

A: Yes, you must print it out before boarding, remember that all passengers will have to print their bus ticket that was sent to their email in PDF format and then be exchanged for a physical ticket at the counter of the bus company with which you are going to make the trip.

Can I reschedule my trip after buying my ticket?

A: Yes, you can, but this feature is limited to only a few bus companies in Colombia. Please contact the bus company of your choice if you need to make any changes.

How can I pay for my bus fare on the redBus Web site?

A: At redBus we have several payment methods that we offer our customers. The most common for most of them are credit cards but you can check all of them on the home page of the site

Are there special offers or discounts in redbus for the route of Neiva to Bogota?

A: In order to make your trip cheaper, redBus offers different discounts, which you can find out here:

What is the distance between Neiva and Bogota?

A: The distance by road to the city of Barranquilla is approximately 696 km

How long does it take to go from Neiva to Bogota?

A: Approximately the trip takes 5 hours and 15 minutes.

How many departures are there from Neiva to Bogota?

A: There is a variety of departures

Which bus companies offer the route Neiva to Bogota?

A: When taking the bus from Neiva to Bogota you can travel safely with Coomotor, Lineas verdes y Cootranshuila

Which bus companies have the most departures for the Neiva to Bogota?

A: The departures depends on the season.

From which bus terminals can I travel from Neiva to Bogota?

A: You can travel from Terminal de Neiva located in:Transversal 5 No. 5 - 312, Neiva

If my C.C has expired, can I travel?

A: Yes, you can travel with your C.C or passport even if it has expired.

What documents are required for underage people to travel?

A: For children, it is necessary to also present a notarial authorization, signed by the parents allowing the trip, with their IDs attached to the document. In case of the decease of any of the parents, or if the child is only recognized by one of them, the consent of the surviving parent will be enough.

Can I buy open-date tickets in redBus?

A: Unfortunately, no. However, you can reschedule the travel date by contacting the bus operator. This feature is limited to just a few companies.

Do bus operators offer lunch on the route from Neiva to Bogota?

A: As a prevention measure against COVID-19, bus operators do NOT hand lunch to the passengers during the trip, so we recommend you to eat before boarding.