No longer a destination exclusively for daredevils, Colombia is one of South America's hottest destinations.
It is full of breathtaking coastline, many mountain ranges, the Amazon and the Coffee country. Not to mention its energetic and vibrant culture. Travel to Colombia for a land filled with great contrasts from cosmopolitan cities to lush mountain valleys and the sultry rhythms of the Caribbean coast.
With its rich cultural history, amazing architecture, geographical diversity and the simple warmth and hospitality of its people it's easy to see why this fascinating country is becoming an increasingly popular spot for overseas visitors.
Located in the Northwest of South America, and sharing borders with Venezuela, Brazil, Ecuador, Panama and Peru, Colombia is the fourth largest country on the continent. It's the only South American country to boast two coastlines on the Pacific and Caribbean, and also shares Amazonian rain forest with Brazil and Peru, Los llanos or vast plains area with Venezuela. Three ranges of the Andean mountains run from the south to the north of the country. With its Pre-Colonial, Colonial & Republican history, Colombia offers a wealth of cultural attractions. After being off many travelers' wish list for years, Colombia is fast becoming one of South America's highlights. Although marred throughout the 1980s and 1990s due to notorious drug cartels operating in the country, Colombia is now one of the most secure countries in South America. Colombia's size makes it easy to travel, with short flights between top highlights of the country. A trip to Colombia is an ideal combination of lively local cultures, adventure & relaxation. Vibrant and diverse Bogota is the country's capital and commercial backbone. The bustling metropolis is a mix of old and new; trendy and traditional. Home to a dazzling array of museums, churches, colonial mansions and stately buildings, Bogota balances its past with its advance into the future. Located at an elevation of 8,660 ft on a mountain-rimmed plateau high in the Andes, Bogota enjoys a spring-like climate throughout the year. Founded in the 16th century by Spanish conquistadores, the city was liberated by Simon Bolivar in 1819.
Insider access at a coffee plantation
Visit one of Latin America’s finest urban centers
Boutique farm and eco-luxury hacienda
Hiking in national parks
Caribbean rhythms of Cartagena de Indias
Immerse and feel the Intense colorful Old City of Cartagena
11 Days/10 Nights
$4,440 /per person, based on 2 people
Bogota, Coffee region,Medellin, Cartagena
Travel to vibrant and exciting cities, experience intense local culture, see beautiful lush mountain landscapes, gain insight into coffee growing, and know Cartagena, a colorful colonial city on the Caribbean.
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