14 Days / 13 Nights
- Bogotá, Colombia's capital
- Pacific beaches of Nuquí
- Colombia's Coffee Region
- San Agustín Archaeological Park
- Cartagena de las Indias
- Islas del Rosario Underwater National Park
Colombia is South America's best-kept secret. Visit the capital city of Bogota, tour the coffee region, visit the Caribbean coast & finish in the colonial port of Cartagena.
Travel to Colombia with us! On your Colombia vacation, lie in a hammock on the Islas del Rosario and relax as the Caribbean breezes pass by and the waves crash against the shore. Explore the historic colonial town & port city of Cartagena, Bogota, Medellin, Lost City, Santa Marta, Coffee Region Tours, and beautiful Caribbean Beaches. Enjoy the Flower Festival and colorful flower boxes outside nearly every doorstep in Medellin. Or visit the Coffee Triangle for a taste of Colombia's delicious java. Plus, you can customize your trip to Colombia and combine any of our Colombia tours.
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From the Coffee Region visit the historical site of San Agustín Archaeological Park, this was declared a UNESCO World Heritage site in 1995 because it has the largest collection of religious monuments in Latin America. After this historical tour, travel to Cartagena, a beautiful city sitting on the Caribbean Coast. Cartagena is a vibrant port city and has one of the most impressive urban centers, complete with Caribbean influences and Spanish colonial history. Explore the city walls, forts and admire the colorful Spanish influenced colonial houses. For the ultimate Colombia Tour, finish at Islas del Rosario, where you can enjoy Caribbean waters and beautiful beaches.
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Colombia is a great starting point for any tour through South America. Easily combine Colombia, Peru, Ecuador and the rest of South America, with flights out of Bogota. And remember, it's a Colombia tour, not Columbia tours. See why so many people are choosing Colombia for vacation these days!
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Yes, Colombia is safe for tourists to travel to Colombia! Colombia's reputation as being unsafe is a thing of the past and safety is now comparable to or better than other South American countries. The only exceptions are a few very remote areas that tourists are unlikely to wish to visit and to which we do not arrange tours. On a private Columbia tour with SouthAmerica.travel, travelers will be shown the best (including the safest!) areas of Colombia by local, professional guides. Arranging a private tour ensures better safety and quality of your trip.
Colombia is an excellent travel destination year-round. The best time to visit Colombia is from December to March (which is the driest season). It's during this time that the weather consists of warm breezes off the Caribbean coast, making the cultural events especially enjoyable. With the sunshine, travelers can hike in rural regions of Colombia and explore the country's colonial cities with ease. However persistent heavy rains is unlikely in most regions at any time of year with temperatures staying mostly constant, generally below 68 degrees Fahrenheit.
It's also helpful to base your travel to Colombia on the altitude of the destination. The weather tends to change based on region and elevation; so keep in mind that while certain seasons are preferable, the weather can vary depending on where you are in Colombia. For example, the weather in Bogota tends to change a lot during the day due to high altitude (8,660 feet).
West of Bogota, the coffee triangle in Colombia consists of three cities: Pereira, Armenia, and Manizales. This internationally recognized area in Colombia covers approximately 1.2% of the nation’s territory. One of the best areas of the coffee region in Colombia is the Cocora Valley. Think green rolling hills sprinkled with some of the world’s tallest palm trees. Embark on a hike or a horseback ride here and gain great photo opportunities with views of verdant mountains and local wildlife. Visit the National Coffee Park, located in the Quindio area for a visit to an interactive museum, a cable car ride, and ecological trail hiking opportunities. With so much to see and do, the coffee region in Colombia is a place that people write home about. There is a lot of coffee farms you can visit to taste coffee and see how the coffee production process looks like.
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|Colombia Coffee and Caribbean Tour||$ 5585||14 Days / 13 Nights||Colombia Coffee Tour Plus Cartagena, the Gem of the Caribbean|
|Highlights of Colombia Tour to Bogota & San Agustin||$ 2020||8 Days / 7 Nights||Bogota, Villa de Leyva, and San Agustin|
|Boyaca Colombia Tour Package||$ 1430||5 Days / 4 Nights||Colonial Andes Towns in Colombia's Countryside - Tour Extension|
|Colombia Coffee Region Tour||$ 2025||5 Days / 4 Nights||Colombia Coffee Zone - Tour Extension|
|Colombia Archaeology Tour to San Agustin Ruins||$ 1785||8 Days / 7 Nights||San Agustín|
|Colombia Botanical Tour||$ 4340||13 Days / 12 Nights|
|Santander Colombia Tour Package||$ 1445||4 Days / 3 Nights||Travel to Santander - Tour Extension|
|Colombia Amazon Rainforest to Villavicencio||$ 1420||3 Days / 2 Nights||Tour Extension - Combine this extension with one of our full package tours|
|Colombia Gourmet Tour||$ 2250||8 Days / 7 Nights||A Delicious Taste of Colombia from the Caribbean to the Coffee Region|
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