Full of life with street art and markets, sparkling architecture and nightlife.
Colombia is located in the north of South America, and occupies the 26thplace of the largest countries in the world. This nation is blessed for having from high Andes Mountains to Caribbean and Pacific beaches, but also unspoiled Amazon jungle. Besides archaeological and colonial treasures, Colombia also boasts wonderful cities.
The capital of Colombia is Bogotá, the biggest city in the country and one of the most important capitals in the region. It is a city full of life with street art and markets, sparkling architecture and nightlife, where you can spend your Colombian Peso to bring home treasures and souvenirs to help you remember this incredible trip.
Tour Colombia with the Experts
Andes, Tayrona & Cartagena multisport, 11 days
Follow the famous legend of El Dorado, while experiencing the best of Colombia in superb active style. Discover the multiple facets of a country filled with nature, adventure and the passion of its people. A complete active experience that explores the rich Andean highlands, perfectly preserved colonial cities, cloud forests, immense gorges, pristine Caribbean beaches, rich rainforest and even a 5th century lost stone city. Colombia is Latin America’s best kept secret, a country still waiting to be discovered. Wonderfully un-crowded, this is an ideal opportunity to experience its history, culture and living traditions.
Bogota, Santander & Medellin biking adventure, 10 days
Discover Latin America’s best kept travel destination by mountain bike! Explore beautiful landscapes, perfectly preserved colonial towns, charming people, and of course, incredible cycling routes!
This biking journey takes you through multiple ecosystems, from the high Andes to the lowland tropics. Discover the hidden treasures of Colombia through its back roads, and enjoying perfect settings in mystic colonial towns with quality stays at selected boutique hotels and haciendas.
Santander is home to beautiful rolling mountains, deep canyons, fast-flowing rivers and crystalline waterfalls, set in a stunningly lush landscape. It´s considered the adventure sports capital of Colombia, straddled by the immense Suarez and Chicamocha Canyons that provide exceptional biking, rafting, hiking and caving opportunities!
Colombia welcomes you with open arms! Their kindness is legendary, their people full of inspiring optimism and their scenic lands simply breathtaking.
Your journey starts in Bogotá, an amazing center of art and gastronomy. You continue on to the coffee region, and experience the production process of one of the finest coffees in the world. Experts show us how to prepare a perfect cup of this magic drink.
Visiting Colombia is a multicultural experience. We have different cultures, landscapes, temperatures and traditions in every region, it might seem you are visiting four different countries!. This journey gives you the very best of each region, starting with Bogotá, the colombian capital, and continuing through the Andes to the coffee growing region, with quaint colonial villages from the XVIII century.
Your journey starts with a cultural, artistic and gastronomic exploration of Bogota and continues on a northern journey into the perfectly preserved world of the “pueblos”, where you´ll learn about their history, meet the locals, and have authentic, hands-on cultural experiences. We next turn our sights to the Caribbean, and the jungle wonders of the stunning Tayrona National Park and its remaining pre-Hispanic culture. Our adventure ends it with an immersion into the historic treasures of Cartagena, and a true Caribbean foodie excursion. This is an extraordinary high-end, soft adventure with superior guides and beautiful, luxury hotels.
Known as the “Paris of the Americas”, Cartagena is an iconic city full of history, culture and beauty. This tour extension provides select quality accommodations, a city tour peppered with legends of gold, emeralds, pirates and corsair attacks, with private airport transfer.
This is a fantastic, in-and-out alternative to visiting Bogota. This tour includes two night accommodations at Premium or Comfort Hotels, two airport transfers, and unique city tour covering the top hot-spots of this capital city! Our Bogota experience focuses on local traditions, culture by example of food and art, and close encounters with the most welcoming locals. This thriving capital is a Latin American cultural hub worth exploring. Visit local markets, learn from century-old traditions, marvel at the gold museum pieces, and enjoy a drink over a stunning sunset.
Iguana Crossing is apremium classoceanfront hotel nestled between a pristine beach and a natural lagoon. Our hospitality team will offer you superior service with a keen attention to detail.Rated as the top property on Isabela Island, Iguana Crossing is the perfect balance of the natural and modern, with exceptional personalized service.
Soak in the sun on our rooftop terrace, enjoy our infinity pool, relax at our spa, and dine in elegance, as our chef prepares a gourmet Ecuadorian and international menu.
The Angermeyer Waterfront Inn, accessible only by water, is aPremium – Classhotel with a private location across the Puerto Ayora bay. Once you arrive in Santa Cruz, our hospitality team will take you by boat to our private pier. The main reception and lounge area is a historical site, the famous Angermeyer Cave, which was hand-built by the early settlers to the Galapagos Islands.
The main buildings, uniquely constructed out of lava rock and driftwood from the area, are an authentic mix of natural highlights and modern comforts. The newly renovated rooms were designed with comfort in mind, and several even feature hot tubs. Our signature waterside restaurant overlooks the Galapagos’ busiest bay and remains true to the Santa Cruz vibe.
This 21-room ocean front property offers you unparalleled comfort and service on San Cristobal Island. Although contemporary in concept, its design is harmonious with the environmental demands of the Galapagos.
Golden Bay Hotel & Spa is aPremium Classbeachside property overlooking the spectacular bay that frames Puerto Baquerizo Moreno. The hotel offers 21 premium rooms, 1 main restaurant, swimming pool, spa services, panoramic terrace with two Whirlpool bathtubs, a snack bar, and supervised children’s playroom.
Experience a level of peace, tranquility, and privacy that is only available on such an idyllic island. The Casa Baronesa Waterfront Villa, is the ultimate island getaway. The entire second floor serves as the master suite (including a hot tub). Out the window you can see the most magnificent views of the Galapagos coastline.
The dinning and lounging areas also open up to unveil vast beach and ocean views, blanketing you in relaxation and calmness. With thisPremium Class, oceanfront, private villa, there is no better way to enjoy one of the most spectacular and pristine archipelago on the planet.
San Cristóbal, Galapago’s capital, is a place full of unique wonders that attract several paradisiac destinations lovers. Casa Opuntia is situated in an ideal area in San Cristobal right on the oceanfront boardwalk.
Location: Just a few meters from the harbor Local Attractions From Casa Opuntia:
sabela Island is an exquisite blend of nature, adventure, and unique landscapes. Casita de la Playa located just a few steps from the sea offers to its guests an enchanted modern-rustic place where sunsets are an exclusive companion during tea time.
Isabela Island is an exquisite blend of nature, adventure, and unique landscapes. The Volcano Hotel is located in a privileged area in Puerto Villamil, surrounded by great options of bars & restaurants, trails for excursions, and others. Volcano Hotel is definitely tailor made for a comfort travel style.
Wall of Tears: 30 minutes by bicycle Tortoise breeding center: 15 minutes by bicycle
The closeness of the country to the equator makes small varieties of temperature all year long making a warm and tropical climate in the north and on the coast with a rainy season from May to ...
The closeness of the country to the equator makes small varieties of temperature all year long making a warm and tropical climate in the north and on the coast with a rainy season from May to November. The temperature is also regulated by the altitude that means that it will get cooler as we go up to the highlands but much colder as you go up in the mountains having very low temperatures at night in the coldest season. The Amazon has a very stable temperature during the year with warm temperatures and humidity.
According with the climate, the best time of the year to visit Colombia is at the dry seasons like summer in both hemispheres one is July and August and the other one from December to March. These seasons are very recommended if you are planning to Hike around or just enjoy the cities without worrying about the rain but at this time of the year there are several religious holidays where there is major tourist movement and everything is booked, so keep in mind this information if you are planning to travel to this region.
Colombia is located in the north of South America and shares borders at the north with the Atlantic with a wonderful Caribbean sea, at the east with Venezuela and Brazil, at the west with Panama and ...
Colombia is located in the north of South America and shares borders at the north with the Atlantic with a wonderful Caribbean sea, at the east with Venezuela and Brazil, at the west with Panama and the Pacific Ocean and at the south with Peru and Ecuador. The Andes go along the Country going down to the lowlands to finally vanishing in the Atlantic coasts with the beautiful Caribbean beaches.
In the Pacific area and all along the coast you will find swampy lands and rocky little hills. This coastal lands spread in a trench going from Buenaventura to the Caribbean and at the east of this lands surge the Western Cordillera which, with the Central Cordillera come together towards the Caribbean from Ecuador and between this two Cordilleras lies the Cauca Valley where you will find many natural assets.
The most important Religion in Colombia is the Roman Catholic with the 90% of the people, some Protestants, and Jewish. The official language is Spanish, but also there are more than 80 other ...
The most important Religion in Colombia is the Roman Catholic with the 90% of the people, some Protestants, and Jewish.
The official language is Spanish, but also there are more than 80 other dialects recognized in the country, most of them of different indigenous groups. In the San Andrés and Providence Islands, English is also considered as an official language.
It is a tradition for the Colombians to be very polite people, so don´t be surprised if you are a guest to be asked for some very black well-sugared coffee to drink and you will have the pleasure to taste the traditional Colombian coffee just like the Colombians drink it.
You will notice the difference between the people from the coast from the people of the Highlands, Spanish culture can still be predominant in some regions of the country, while in The Capital is easy to spot North American influence in their ways of dress and relate with others.