Experience a mix of Caribbean and latin cultures, white sand, and colonial seaside architecture. We offer journeys using charming boutique hotels, ranches in the coffee country and villas in Cartagena.
Visit the colonial gem of Cartagena, the exotic green landscapes of the coffee country and the pulsating energy of Bogota in one unforgettable journey.
Latin Excursions' Eric Sheets has the honor of being named a "Trusted Travel Expert for Colombia" by Wendy Perrin, renowned travel journalist formerly at Travel+Leisure.
Colombia in Style
9 Days/8 Nights
$4,995 /per person, based on 2 people
Bogotá, Coffee Region, Cartagena
Visit the highlights of Colombia in style. Cartagena, Bogota, and the Coffee region at it's finest.
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.
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 San Agustin
Cartagena de Indias, Colombia
Stay at this luxurious, lovingly restored historical hotel as part of a custom-made tour of Colombia by Latin Excursions.
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 ...
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 ...
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, ...
Ananda Boutique Hotel
Behind a colonial facade on one of the narrow streets in Cartagena's Old City is a hidden paradise - Ananda, a luxurious boutique hotel that preserves historic details of the renovated historic home
With its pre-colonial, colonial, and Republican history, Colombia offers a wealth of cultural attractions. After shying from many travelers' radars for years, Colombia is fast becoming one of South America's highlights.
Although its global reputation was marred throughout the 1980s and 1990s due to notorious drug cartels operating in the country, Colombia is now one of the safest countries in South America. A trip to Colombia is an ideal combination of lively local cultures, adventure, and relaxation.
Between the 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 visitors from overseas.
Now, 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 progress into the future and makes for the perfect destination for families and couples.
Located at an elevation of 8,660 feet above sea level on a mountain-rimmed plateau high in the Andes, Bogota enjoys a spring-like climate for the entire year.
Our vacation package design experts can help you plan your itinerary that includes Bogota.
The Caribbean sun of Cartagena mixes with the cosmopolitan air of Medellin and an aroma of the world’s finest coffees on a custom made trip to Colombia.
Contact us to start planning your trip today.
Some not-to-miss experiences in 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 ...
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 ...
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 ...