Wander the streets of Cartagena, the colonial Caribbean city that was once the main port for the entire continent.
Wellness & Yoga Retreat
Travel just a few hours outside of Bogota and you’ll find yourself in hot spring territory encased in a verdant, serene mountain range.
Hike the Cocora Valley, a Dr. Seuss-like national park with birds, rivers and the country’s national tree, the waxed palm.
Wind through the coffee plantations of the central valley stopping to sample from a third-generation coffee plantation owner.
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Discover the magical landscape of the countryside that inspired Gabriel Garcia Marquez to begin a literary movement. The capital, Bogota, shines with creativity and a food scene that rivals anywhere in the world. Beyond the urban streets? Meet the men and women who grow your coffee, enjoy lush hills, cloud forests, and colonial architecture. If that doesn’t get you buzzing, the caffeine will!Click here to learn more.
What People Love About it
- Coffee sampling
- Lush, cloud forests
- Bogota’s avant garde food scene
What We Love About it
- Sunday Ciclovia
- Bio-diverse country
- Easy internal flights
We pride ourselves on going the extra mile to find hotel properties that
truly reflect the region. A few of our favourites include...
Hotel Casa San Agustin, Cartagena de Indias
Luxury awaits at the Casa San Agustin, which is widely known as the best boutique hotel in Cartagena. The design blends colonial heritage, as seen in the original frescoes and wood-beamed ceilings, with modern sophistication and a splash of the vibrant flair that rings through the streets of the old town. View hotel website »
Hotel Boutique Sazagua, Pereira
Hotel Boutique Sazagua lies in the heart of Colombia’s central highlands 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 »
Four Seasons Casa Medina, Bogota
Located in the fabled Zone G, Bogota's gastronomic center, the Four Seasons Casa Medina is recognized as a monument of cultural interest by the Colombian government. Stone columns frame a beautiful brick façade, while inside, homages to Spanish colonialism are complemented by contemporary works of art. The restaurant and bar are landmarks in their own right, making this the top choice for hotels in Bogota. View hotel website »
What Our Travellers Say
I don’t know how B&R does it – the quality of their trips is so consistently high! Just when we think they couldn’t do anything as good as our last trip, they do! Another fantastic experience with B&R.— Carolyn Zaslaw
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