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About our Colombia Tours

Forget all you think you know about Colombia and learn why it's quickly becoming South America's next big adventure destination. Colombia's natural diversity ranges from the high peaks of the Andes to the pristine beaches of the Caribbean Sea coast, thanks in large part to its location on the Equator, with the wildlife-rich Amazon rainforest covering one-third of the country. Colombia features one of the richest biodiversities on the planet, including Tayrona National Park, which is brimming with exotic wildlife. Colombia is also the only South American country with coastlines on both the Atlantic and Pacific seas, divided by the short sliver of Panama in the north.

Colombia also has some of South America's best colonial cities, ranging from the immaculately maintained Cartagena to the whitewashed city of Popayan, which has dramatic cobbled streets and large plazas. There are also other strange ancient ruins, such as San Agustin, whose wonderfully carved stone statues show bizarre scenarios of serpent-headed humans and furious monkeys. This was definitely a journey to remember!

Colombia Group Tours

Our 16-day Classic Colombia group tour delves deep into this amazing nation. You'll visit all of the major tourist attractions, including ancient Cartagena, the tropical trails of Tayrona National Park, seaside Santa Marta, and lovely Bogota. This fully escorted group tour has a maximum group size of 20 people and is jam-packed with inclusions. You'll stay in conveniently placed 3-star accommodations and enjoy plenty of guided sightseeing, as well as optional activities like a horseback ride through the countryside. We also include internal flights and airport transfers, ensuring a smooth arrival and departure.

Our Colombia Private Tours

If you want more itinerary options and want to travel with simply your family or friends, a private tour to Colombia may be the answer. Trek to the Lost City of Ciudad Perdida. Explore Pablo Escobar's famed city, Medellin, as it emerges from the drug lord's shadow. Discover Colombia's famous coffee area. These Colombia tours can depart on any day of the year and are available for booking today, so contact our Reservations team to begin organising your Colombia journey.

Frequently asked questions

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Colombia is a year-round destination, but the most suitable weather for cultural touring is during the shoulder seasons of December–March and June–September. Remember that much of Colombia is at altitude, so pack warm clothing to wear in the evenings, whatever time of year you travel.

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The Best of our Colombia Trips

Colombia, located in the northwest corner of South America, has terrain that ranges from the tropical beaches of the Caribbean coast to the dramatic mountain ranges of the Andes and the lush Amazon rainforest. The country is rich in natural beauty and contrast, with fun modern cities, charming colonial towns, and beautiful coffee estates. Here are some of our favourite places in Colombia that are certainly worth seeing.

Bogota

Studded with skyscrapers and surrounded by mountains, Bogota is a pulsing city at the heart of Colombia. Having left its turbulent past behind, this capital city is now a trendy hub of activity, boasting a wealth of stylish boutiques, gourmet eateries and striking street art. Wander through the streets lined with colonial mansions, sparkling glass high-rises and other more humble dwellings as the energy of Bogota flows through you.

Cartagena de Indias

The jewel in Colombia's crown, Cartagena de Indias as it is officially known wins on all counts when it comes to beauty. With colourful colonial buildings lining the streets and Bocagrande beach spreading along the city’s coastline, Cartagena de Indias is the kind of place that captivates your soul and delights your senses. Take a dip in the medicinal mud of the nearby Totumo volcano or grab a coffee in one of the numerous cafes while you immerse yourself in Cartagena’s Caribbean vibe.

Tayrona National Park

With a dazzling bay comprising perfect Caribbean beaches and sparkling turquoise water, there’s plenty to fall in love with at Tayrona National Park. Deeper into the park, coastline turns to thick, lush rainforest, in which dozens of endangered species roam freely. Seek out some magnificent wildlife as you make your way through the park’s leafy canopy. Originally home to hundreds of ancient settlements, this park is ideal for nature lovers and history buffs alike.

Zona Cafetera

Situated in the rolling hills of Colombia, the coffee-producing region known as Zona Cafetera will leave you breathless (and not just because of the altitude). The landscape here is made up of verdant plantations, surrounded by towering trees, and wrapped up in low wisps of cloud. Check out one of the many coffee farms where the famed arabica bean is grown and processed, or take a tour around one of the historic villages as you absorb the stunning scenery of the region.

San Agustin

For those looking to delve into Colombia’s ancient history, there are few places in the country better than the San Agustin Archaeological Park. Imbued with ancient mystery, this UNESCO World Heritage site boasts the largest number of religious, megalithic monuments found in any one site across the world. Here you can come face-to-face with dozens of intricately carved sculptures of various deities and mythical creatures with compelling expressions and features.

Medellin

Colombia's second city has long been associated with the scourge of Pablo Escobar and the infamous drug lord's reign of terror. But the city has worked hard to free itself of this reputation, and today Medellin is a safe and vibrant town to visit. Pristine green spaces, a bustling nightlife scene and a modern elevated cable car system that makes travelling around the city as pleasant as exploring the sights!

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