Embrace The Culture and Cuisine Of Colombia With This Colombia Tour
Colombia is appearing as one of the most desired destinations of Latin America for both holidaymakers as well as travelers – and with good reasons. A country of the incredible Amazonian jungle, isolated Pacific beaches, and spectacular, historically rich and culturally high-spirited cities. The emerging of Colombia as a major tourist highlight makes our Colombia escorted tours the perfect place to start your quest for adventure.
A Brief Look At The Colombian Escorted Tour
(Day 1): Arrival in Bogota – Welcome to Colombia
(Day 2): Discovering Bogota
(Day 3): A day tour of Pereira
(Day 4): Visiting Medellin
(Day 5): Witnessing the beauty of Cartagena – Travel to Cartagena for a Historical Culturally Immersive Tour
(Day 6): Departure for Home
PLACES TO VISIT
Cartagena, Medellin, Pereira, Bogota,
Our private tours typically range from $500 - $1000 per person/per night depending on chosen hotels and room categories, vehicles used, types of tours, flight cost, time of year and other factors. Make an inquiry for a customized trip quote.
Today, you’ll start your Colombia escorted tour by boarding an international flight to Bogota. As you reach the Bogota airport, you’ll be met by your private guide who’ll escort you to your luxury hotel. Spend the rest of the day exploring the history and culture of the city or relax at the comforts of your hotel room.
Day 2: Discovering Bogota
The largest and capital city in Colombia, Bogota is a multicultural and diverse region possessing a combination of colonial as well as modern architecture. There are two colors that are predominantly witnessed in Bogota - the rich red of its many brick buildings and the city’s many green parks. The Bogota’s landscape which is marked by the green of the Andes to the east is impressively one of a kind! Apart from the many places to travel in Bogota, this is an ideal place to explore history, culture, food and many other local customs. You can stroll through the streets of Bogota experiencing the taste of the city or visit the Gold Museum, which possesses an incredible collection of pre-Hispanic objects. Bogota is a great destination for shopping as well. Here you’ll have an access to a range of entertainment including around 50 museums, nearby nature reserves, and vibrant nightlife.
Day 3: A day tour of Pereira
Pereira city is a coffee-producing mountainous region of Colombia, which is popular for its Arabica beans. Apart from this, the city is filled with nature parks, historical sites, spectacular bistros, and landmarks. You can visit the Bolívar Square, the 19th-century Cathedral, Pereira Art Museum, César Gaviria cable-stayed bridge, and Otún River. Essentially, visit this fast-paced Colombian city and experience its thermal springs and contradicting nature reserves.
Day 4: Visiting Medellin
Located in a narrow valley, Medellín is a city whose skyline reaches for the heavens, setting its high-rise office buildings and apartments against a backdrop of jagged peaks in every direction. The ever-pleasant climate of the city gives it its nickname – the City of Eternal Spring. Medellin is a lively place of industry and commerce, especially in exported cut flowers and textile manufacturing. Today is yours to feel the vibrancy of this city.
Day 5: Witnessing the beauty of Cartagena – Travel to Cartagena for a Historical Culturally Immersive Tour
In the morning, get ready to traverse a hot and sultry city of Colombia, Cartagena which is filled with the sounds of music and is a vibrant city, both in terms of its color and traditions. Since it was founded in 1533, Cartagena has been an important port on the Caribbean. The city attracts the tourists interested in enjoying the sights, history, weather, and nightlife of Colombia. Enjoy the colonial period and the modern vibe of the city.
Day 6: Departure for Home
After you have your last Colombian breakfast and get ready, your guide will meet you at the hotel lobby and transfer you to the Rafael Nunez International Airport for your flight back home.