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Colombia is a vibrant and unique destination in South America

No longer a destination for just daredevils, Colombia is one of South America's hottest new destination. It is full of an amazing coastline, many mountain ranges, not to mention its energetic and vibrant culture. It aslo has the Amazon and the Coffee country. 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 coast lines 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 Bol'var in 1819.

Destination Highlights:

  • Insider access at a coffee plantation

  • Visit one of Latin America’s finest urban centers

  • Boutique farm and eco-luxury hacienda

  • Beautiful jungles

  • Hiking in national parks

  • Caribbean rhythms of Cartagena de Indias

  • Immerse and feel the Intense colorful Old City of Cartagena

  • Top beach settings along Colombia’s Caribbean coast

Our Colombia Experiences

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Colombia in Style

9 Days/8 Nights

$4,995 /per person, based on 2 people

Bogotá, Coffee Region, Cartagena

This  tour takes you from cosmopolitan Bogotá, to the lush mountain slopes and valleys of the Coffee Triangle ending in the colonial gem of Cartagena de Indias.  Colombia is ...

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Enchanting Colombia

11 Days/10 Nights

$4,440 /per person, based on 2 people

Bogota, Coffee region,Medellin, Cartagena

Tour Majestic, Enchanting Colombia! This is the land of spectacular high mountain peaks and lush valleys growing the finest coffee in the world. Colombia awaits you! Your exciting tour starts deep in ...

Casa Azul

Rosario Islands, Colombia

“Casa Azul“ is located on the Rosario Islands in a small bay of “Isla Grande”.
The house was built in an island-style and due to its simplicity, the natural environment ...

Casa del Mar

Cartagena de Indias, Colombia

It is difficult to find a house which is so tasteful decorated as it is Casa del Mar. Located in the walled city of Cartagena, Casa Del Mar offers a unique experience in Cartagena de Indias. With 5 ...

Cana Brava

Coffee Region, Colombia

This enclave of peace and tranquility was designed by the Colombian architect Simon Hosie in a contemporary vernacular of the typical local architecture, including exposed roofs in cana brava as well ...

Hacienda Bambusa

Coffee Region/Quindio, Colombia

Hacienda Bambusa is located in the heart of Colombia - the Coffee triangle - and surrounded by bamboo guada forest, rivers and creeks. This working Hacienda raises cattle and cultivate e.g. cocoa, ...

Casa San Agustin

Cartagena de Indias, Colombia

This luxurious boutique hotel which has been lovingly restored and reimagined is located within the colourful and magical historic walled city. Casa San Agustin's art and architecture evoke the ...

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Amazing experiences customized and tailored to meet all and every one of your complex needs. We understand that the size of your dream trip may be medium or large including a couple or even an entire family. You can browse our inspirational custom journeys or contact us now to craft your very own.

Colombia Discover and Explore Blog

Boutique Hotel Carolina Offers Tranquility on Rosario Island, Colombia

When you're just coming off the bustle and stress of daily life, it can be hard to settle into vacation mode even if you've already traveled the miles and are in location. The peacefulness of vacation can sometimes be too good to handle! On your next visit to Cartagena, Colombia, however, be sure ...

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Discovering the Ancient Figures of San Agustin by Foot or Horseback

Deep in southern Colombia is a mysterious destination that few visitors have ventured to discover in the last 30 years. This is because this region was once the stronghold of the Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia, also known as FARC. Today, this small town with a population of about 30,000 is ...

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It's Time to Reconsider...Medellin, Colombia!

For decades, Medellin was shrugged off by travelers to Colombia and the rest of Latin America, despite its cultural highlights, modern infrastructure, pleasant weather and lively nightlife scene. This was all overshadowed by Medellin's most notorious resident: Colombian drug lord Pablo Escobar and ...

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