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Colombia Adventure Travel

Discover Colombia

The magical landscape of a countryside that inspired Gabriel Garcia Marquez to begin a literary movement, Colombia is a wonderful surprise and a gem of South America. After years of being a well-kept secret known only by the most adventurous of travellers, Colombia is now coming into the spotlight as a destination full of fabulous delights. Unspoilt and with stunning scenery, welcoming people and fantastic coffee, the charming South American country shines with new optimism.


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The best time of year to visit Colombia is October to December and March to May.

Trip Ideas

Colombia Classic

Hike through the coffee plantations of the central valley, sip on rum drinks in the classic city of Cartagena and explore the city of Bogota on two wheels along over 120km of bike lanes! A new day has begun in this new hot spot of South America, the second-most bio-diverse country in the world. Come enjoy and explore Colombia.

  • Learn the art of a barista as we walk through a coffee plantation with a local family that is a 3rd generation owner
  • Hike the Cocora Valley, a Dr. Seuss-like national park with birds, rivers and the country’s national tree, the waxed palm
  • Stroll the streets of Cartagena, the colonial Caribbean city that was once the main port for the entire continent

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Colombia Active

In a land that is the second-most bio-diverse in the world, there are plenty of geographies and landscapes to explore on a Colombia adventure travel experience. Colombia is quickly becoming an active destination, with zip-lining, biking, hiking, rafting, horseback ridding and paragliding to begin, all whilst sipping on a locally-roasted coffee or a wonderful South American cab sav!

  • Bike with the locals in Bogota on Sunday Ciclovia, a day when the streets shut down and the city jumps on their bikes to ride the afternoon away
  • Hike through the Los Nevados National Park and view the towering glaciers
  • Visit the port that once served the whole continent and explore the bustling, colonial city of Cartagena

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Feature Hotels

Hotel Casa San Agustin, Cartagena de Indias

The hotel Casa San Agustin is generally regarded as one of the best boutique hotels in Cartagena. Located in the heart of the historic old town in front of the main university and next to a small plaza, its position is very much a social hub during the day.
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Hotel Boutique Sazagua, Pereira

Hotel Boutique Sazagua lies in the heart of Colombia’s coffee region and is an exquisite manifestation of the region’s hospitality and incomparable culinary arts. With beautiful surroundings, natural décor elements and hints of colonial and Spanish design, the hotel provides both a relaxing and cultural atmosphere. The lush gardens offer a beautiful collection of palms and tropical plants and the beautiful, unique full-service spa offers the utmost in tranquility. View hotel website »

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