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*Coomotor [http://www.coomotor.com.co/] : Mostly destinations in Southern Colombia.
 
*Coomotor [http://www.coomotor.com.co/] : Mostly destinations in Southern Colombia.
 
*Copetran [http://www.copetran.com.co/]: Destinations to Northern Colombia, as Caribbean coast "La costa" or the extreme sports capital of Colombia, San Gil, Santander.
 
*Copetran [http://www.copetran.com.co/]: Destinations to Northern Colombia, as Caribbean coast "La costa" or the extreme sports capital of Colombia, San Gil, Santander.
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You can also use [http://andestransit.com/ AndesTransit], [http://www.clickbus.com/ ClickBus] or [https://www.redbus.co/ciudad/bogota-pasajes-de-bus redBus] to compare prices and departure hours between most colombian bus companies.
  
 
Besides the main central terminal station, Bogotá also has a far south terminal.  The area is way off the tourist path, but it is easily accessible via the Transmilenio G line.  If you want to use this terminal, alight at the South Portal and change to a 'Terminal' feeder for free.  The green bus will drop you off at the entrance of the terminal, which is generally cleaner and less busy than the North Terminal.  It also has signs in English everywhere and since many buses coming from the North Terminal stop here anyway, you might want to use it.  Do not venture outside the terminal though, there is nothing to see and the area is poor and potentially dangerous for foreigners (and locals).
 
Besides the main central terminal station, Bogotá also has a far south terminal.  The area is way off the tourist path, but it is easily accessible via the Transmilenio G line.  If you want to use this terminal, alight at the South Portal and change to a 'Terminal' feeder for free.  The green bus will drop you off at the entrance of the terminal, which is generally cleaner and less busy than the North Terminal.  It also has signs in English everywhere and since many buses coming from the North Terminal stop here anyway, you might want to use it.  Do not venture outside the terminal though, there is nothing to see and the area is poor and potentially dangerous for foreigners (and locals).

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