Colombia

Being the only country in South America to border both the Carribean and Pacific Ocean, Colombia’s colonial charm, vibrant culture and incredible landscape is making it somewhat of a hotspot for travellers (especially as the country is becoming safer and more hospitable).

There’s plenty to visit and see, from the sun-toasted Caribbean sands to coffee-strewn, emerald-green hilltops in the Zona Cafetera. You also have an amazing mountain range of snowcapped peaks and people that are so warm and welcoming you won’t want to leave!

Best Colombia Trips

Gay Group Trip: Cultural Colombia

Colombia is a country full of history and culture, and much of it is still relatively unknown in the West. This gay group trip takes you on a journey to discover this country’s past, including its art, literature, architecture and ties...

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Discover Colombia

This 16-day adventure around Colombia allows you to discover Bogota, Medellin, Cartagena and Providencia. Each stop on this trip offers something different. Go sightseeing in Bogota and discover the rich history in its past. Then relax and recuperate in Providencia. Lounge on the beach or at...

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Getting to Colombia

Bogota is the main airport in Colombia and many international airports fly direct to the city. You'll also find connections from many South American hub airports and parts of the USA.

General Information

Colombia is a country of outstanding natural beauty. With the dark days of the drug wars receding into the past, there’s never been a better time to visit. This is the country that haunted the mind of Nobel Laureate Gabriel Garcia Marquez.

What Everyone Does In Colombia

The capital city of Bogota is home to over 7 million people. Get lost in this bustling metropolis, and pay a visit to The Museum Of Gold. This museum contains 55,000 pieces of gold, along with artefacts from the pre-conquest era. You’ll also want to visit the home of Simon Bolivar, the revolutionary leader who liberated much of Latin America from the Spanish empire.

What Some People Do In Colombia

Fin Del Mundo (end of the world) is a stunning waterfall in Mocoa surrounded by lush jungle and crystal clear waters.

What No One Else Does In Colombia

When you’re in Bogota head to La Candelaria. This district is full of quaint cafes, stunning architecture and museums. Sip a glass of fine wine on a terrace and watch the world go by.

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