Best of Colombia, 17 Days
Day 1 Bogota. Bienvenidos Welcome to Colombia. With a wealth of cosy cafes, interesting museums and old churches, cosmopolitan Bogota is full of surprises. Your adventure begins with a welcome meeting at 2 pm. Please look for a note in the hotel lobby or ask the hotel reception where your group m...
Travel Dates: 4 January - 31 December 2018
Colombia has a cocktail of cultures and landscapes, which can both be experienced in a multitude of ways. Natural attractions abound, ranging from the huge Amacayacu National Park to the snow-capped Cocuy National Park. There are plenty of places perfect for seeking adventure, and of course, even more tours happy to provide the perfect base for getting your adrenaline pumping. More laid back sightseeing is also available, with walking, bus and bike tours taking in the Colombian cities and landscapes.
Don't miss these Colombia attractions
- Ciudad Perida (Colombia's 'Lost City')
- Medellin and Bogota city tours
- Hiking through the Sierra Nevada
- Tayrona National Park's beaches
- Cartagena and Medellin bar crawls
Get a different perspective of Colombia
Thanks to a range of exciting tours, it's possible to explore and see Colombia in a variety of ways. Be that from the air during a tandem skydive, or while paragliding or hang-gliding; at ground level from a quad bike, bus, on horseback or on foot; or even on a cruise across to the stunning Rosario Islands.
When you seek a different perspective you open yourself up to numerous possibilities and adventures including rafting down the white-water rapids of Rio Negro, mountain biking on Suesca's rugged terrain and sightseeing around cities on a Segway.
Don't stop whether it's day or night
Colombia is the kind of country that doesn't really sleep, providing you with plenty to see and do no matter what time your watch shows. During the day you're flooded with options such as informative tours through the region's delicious food, discovering the famous export of coffee, shopping through markets and visiting the many museums.
When the sun punches out and the moon rises, you can find your feet moving to the rhythm of salsa at one of Bogota's clubs and meeting new friends on a social bar crawl in most of the cities. For something a little more intimate, you might want to take that special someone on a horse and carriage ride with a romantic dinner.