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based on 11 nights & selected experiences
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Coffee tour in Pereira
City tours in Bogota and Cartagena
Museum entrance fees including Salt Cathedral
Full day tour in the Cocora Valley
per person based on 2 people sharing, including domestic flights, accommodation, private transfers and selected experiences.
Explore the laid back charms of Villa de Leyva
Visit the famous salt cathedral Zipaquira around an hour from Bogota
Retrace the footsteps of Gabriel Garcia Marquez in tropical Cartagena
Stay at a coffee hacienda amidst the beautiful Colombian highlands
Enjoy a roof-top cocktail and watch the sun set over beautiful Cartagena
Colombia is a year round destination. As it is a tropical country you can get rain at any time however there tends to be two rainier seasons: from April to June and from September to October. Ask our country specialists however as different parts of the country experience different climates.
Escape to a land of colonial gems, towering Andean mountains, steamy tropical jungles, lush coffee plantations, and the sparkling Caribbean coast. Colombia truly is Latin America’s rising star.
Begin your trip in Colombia’s lively capital, Bogota, a cosmopolitan hub buzzing with trendy bars and restaurants. We’ve included a private tour that takes in the best of the city, including the old town of La Candelaria with its quaint, cobbled streets, the fabulous Gold Museum and a trip up the mountain Monserrate, affording panoramic views across this fascinating, sprawling city to the sierras beyond.
From Bogota head northwards towards Zipaquira, travelling across the central region of the savannah, home to Colombia’s famous flower cultivation. On the way you will stop off to visit to the impressive Salt Cathedral, an underground Church built in the tunnels of old salt mines 300 metres inside a salt mountain above the town - a magnificent feat of engineering. Arrive to the charming small colonial town of Villa de Leyva, where you’ll spend two nights. Spend time walking along the narrow streets lined by red-tile-roofed, whitewashed houses, many featuring balconies decorated with flower pots overflowing with brightly coloured bougainvillea and geraniums. The pace of life is very laid back here.
Your next stop is Colombia’s lush and verdant coffee zone – an absolute must for coffee lovers, yet everyone will appreciate the tranquil vibes and sweeping views across rolling hills. Here we’ve included a fascinating and informative tour of a working plantation, where you’ll learn all about the coffee making process and a trip to the beautiful Cocora Valley, where the landscape, scattered with impossibly tall wax palms, is completely unique.
Finally, soak up the history and the sunshine in Cartagena, the jewel of the Caribbean and one of Latin America must-see destinations. Founded in 1533, this historic town is extremely well preserved, and wandering through its colourful streets is like taking a step back in time. Explore the city with an expert guide who will provide a fantastic introduction to this colourful city and its equally vibrant past. On one of your free days, we suggest a trip out on a private speedboat to cruise the Rosario Islands, snorkel with tropical fish and enjoy a beach-side picnic lunch.
Bogota is one of the largest cities in Latin America and with over 20 districts you could be forgiven with not knowing where to start your tour. Take in the panoramic vista of Bogota from Cerro de Montserrate to La Candelaria.
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