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Colombia Tours & Trips

From arepas and coffee to arts and music, it's no wonder why Colombia is known as the Land of a Thousand Rhythms. Head on over to Tayrona National Park and discover the Ciudad Perdida, take a dip in the Caribbean waters off Cartagena, conquer the many hiking trails of the Andes from Bogotá, or keep an eye out for grey dolphins kayaking through the Amazon. For a cultural explosion and seeing biodiversity at its best, pair your tour of Colombia with Peru and Venezuela for a South American adventure like no other.

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Highlights

  • Take a canoe ride through unspoiled mangroves with Afro-Colombian fisher folk from La Boquilla.
  • Cross the Buritaca River, walk through indigenous villages and climb 1200 mossy steps to find the Lost City.
  • Visit the Zipaquirá Salt Cathedral and the Paloquemao market at the old colonial town of Villa de Leyva.
  • Walk through lush coffee plantations, learn about the process and buy your own beans at Manizales.
  • Experience the second largest Easter parade in the world, in the famous ‘white city’, Popoyan.
  • Walk around the beautiful San Felipe de Barajas Castle at Cartagena, a UNESCO site famous for early Spanish settlements.
  • Enjoy a rejuvenating and relaxing mud bath at Volcan de Lodo El Totumo.
  • Explore pre Colombian ancient ruins at the Tayrona National Park.

Tips

  • Enjoy Colombia’s exciting street performances and acts but be watchful of your surroundings.
  • If you’re on a budget, try street food instead of heading to one of the expensive pizzerias.
  • Refrain from saying anything negative about Catholics; the Colombians are closely bound with their religion.
  • If you’re visiting a local at home, you will be offered a sugared black coffee called ‘tinto’.
  • Wear casual clothing but avoid wearing shorts especially if you want to blend in. Remember that nude or topless sunbathing is not allowed.
  • Whistling to get someone’s attention is considered rude.
  • To indicate the length of an object, extend your right arm and mark off the length with your left hand. Using two fingers is considered an obscene gesture.
  • Avoid paying taxi drivers in dollars as they’ll hike the price. Keep pesos in hand before you travel.

Colombia Tour Reviews

  • "An excellent tour which included places we would never have dreamed of visiting ourselves,..."
    Colombia Express
  • "A diverse itinerary covering the three most fascinating cities of Colombia, and hidden..."
    Cafe Colombia
  • "Really good tour! Accommodation was 3 to 4 star level...no issues overall. Breakfast..."
    Colombia Journey National Geographic Journeys
  • "Everything was great except on the last night on Lost city trek, I think i was bitten..."
    Colombia's Caribbean Coast & Lost City
  • "Such a great tour highly recommend"
    Classic Colombia
  • "They were wonderful days, Colombia is the best destination in South America!!! Colombian..."
    9-Day Private Tour Colombian Highlights: Bogotá, Coffee Region, Medellín & Cartagena with Domestic Flights