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Medellin, the city of eternal spring

The city of eternal spring

Visiting Medellin transforms with its civic culture, the friendliness of its people, and the very special way in which it welcomes visitors. Privileged for its spring weather, its services, and the ability to put itself at the forefront of the world's great cities, they have led it to become a strategic point for business and a tourist destination with museums, churches, natural and interactive parks, and stages to celebrate business, sporting and cultural events.

Bogota, diverse and multicultural city

Diverse and multicultural city

A city in constant movement: this is Bogota, the country's capital, a modern and cosmopolitan metropolis. It is inhabited by almost eight million people from all corners of the country and the world, each with their customs and beliefs, which makes it a multicultural city. Businessness and industrial, it has a varied gastronomic and hotel offer; in addition to numerous parks, libraries, theaters, museums, and churches and a complete cultural agenda around music, performance, and other artistic expressions, which has given it local and international recognition.

Eje Cafetero, Coffee Cultural Landscape

Coffee Cultural Landscape

The Coffee Triangle is a beautiful region in Colombia that comprises of Quindio, Caldas, and Risaralda along with their respective capitals and surrounding municipalities. This region has a diverse range of climates and offers a wide variety of attractions such as theme parks, churches, farms, natural reserves, and scenarios for extreme and adventure sports. Each town in the Coffee Triangle has something unique to offer to its visitors.

Guajira, The Haunting of the Desert

The Haunting of the Desert

From Santa Marta to Guajira, the proximity of the sea to the snow-capped peaks of the Sierra is surprising, but along the road, you will be even more amazed of the proximity between the snow and the desert. Grains of golden dust spread across vast plains, covering alluvial valleys and lagoons, turning them into swamps, home to pink flamingos and white herons.

Santa Marta Colombia, Our customs between the mountains and the sea

Our customs between the mountains and the sea

Santa Marta, a Tourist, Cultural, and Historical District of Colombia, is one of the main destinations in the country for its numerous beaches, natural reserves, and its cultural and historical heritage. Founded in 1525, it is the oldest city in the country, the place where the Liberator Simon Bolivar died, and one of the accesses to the highest mountain in the world in the coastal area, the 'Sierra Nevada de Santa Marta' and its ancient indigenous communities.

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San Andres, An Adventure in the Sea of Seven Colors

An Adventure in the Sea of Seven Colors

The Archipelago of San Andres, Providencia and Santa Catalina is one of the most important tourist destinations in the Colombian Caribbean, as its seven-color sea bathes impressive natural landscapes and a population with cultural expressions such as Creole, a native language, and the rhythm of calypso, the Baptist religion, which the majority of its inhabitants profess, and a typical gastronomy, based on fish and seafood.

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Amazon Colombia, The secrets of the lungs of the world

The secrets of the lungs of the world

'Whoever drinks water from the Amazon stays to live in the jungle.' as the Tikunas say. During the trip through the 116 km Colombian water corridor, the traveler delights by the islands inhabited by the 'Victoria Regia' the largest lotus in the world, fauna and flora with swamps where the memorable pink and gray dolphins play, and the ravines that whisper in the night.

Cartagena, heritage and heroic city of Colombia

Heritage and heroic city of Colombia

Romanticism, history, and culture are what is experienced in 'La Heroica', a city that clings to its history and attracts locals and foreigners for its warm climate, its beaches, its colonial architecture, and its austoning walls that can be explored by walking and enjoying the sunset. Every year, Cartagena is the venue of important national and international events and festivals.

Santander Colombia, Heritage, Nature and Adventure

Heritage, Nature and Adventure

Santander is a destination with a great offer in adventure sports, cultural heritage, and nature. Among its must-see destinations is Barichara, considered one of the most beautiful towns in Colombia, San Gil, the main destination for adventure sports, and Playa de Belén with Estoraques Park, among others.

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Barranquilla, Festival and Culture at the Golden Gate

Festival and Culture at the Golden Gate

There are many reasons to visit Colombia's Golden Gate. One of them is the cheerful locals who spread joy. Another reason is the diverse gastronomic options available, as well as the cultural richness that is showcased in the famous Barranquilla Carnival. This event is a colorful cultural spectacle featuring dance, music, and traditional customs. The Golden Gate is also known for its impressive urban development, which includes several commercial, financial, and service centers.

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Cali Valle del Cauca, The capital of salsa

The capital of salsa

A culture rooted in the musical rhythm of salsa, and the flavor of 'arroz atollado' and 'aborrajados', converges with the architecture marked by the colonial era in Cali, one of the main cities of Colombia. When you arrive you will find happy people, parks such as 'El perro', 'Retreta', 'El Avion' and 'El Poeta'; public spaces full of vegetation, seven rivers, museums, churches, and a warm climate that invites you to stay in the Branch of Heaven or the Sultana del Valle, as the capital of Valle del Cauca is also called.

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Pasto Narino, Destination of natural and cultural wealth

Destination of natural and cultural wealth

The city boasts of a strong Catholic tradition, which is evident in its more than ten churches, and that is why it is also referred to as the Theological City of Colombia. Despite its growth, the city has managed to keep its colonial architecture intact, without losing its identity. Its cultural centers, mansions, and craft workshops are a testament to this fact. The city is known for its artisanal heritage, which fills its streets with color. Its main festivity is the Carnival of Blacks and Whites, which is a Cultural Heritage of the Nation.

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Destinations

Medellin, the city of eternal spring

The city of eternal spring

Visiting Medellin transforms with its civic culture, the friendliness of its people, and the very special way in which it welcomes visitors. Privileged for its spring weather, its services, and the ability to put itself at the forefront of the world's great cities, they have led it to become a strategic point for business and a tourist destination with museums, churches, natural and interactive parks, and stages to celebrate business, sporting and cultural events.

Tours for you

Bogota, diverse and multicultural city

Diverse and multicultural city

A city in constant movement: this is Bogota, the country's capital, a modern and cosmopolitan metropolis. It is inhabited by almost eight million people from all corners of the country and the world, each with their customs and beliefs, which makes it a multicultural city. Businessness and industrial, it has a varied gastronomic and hotel offer; in addition to numerous parks, libraries, theaters, museums, and churches and a complete cultural agenda around music, performance, and other artistic expressions, which has given it local and international recognition.

Tours for you

Eje Cafetero, Coffee Cultural Landscape

Coffee Cultural Landscape

The Coffee Triangle is a beautiful region in Colombia that comprises of Quindio, Caldas, and Risaralda along with their respective capitals and surrounding municipalities. This region has a diverse range of climates and offers a wide variety of attractions such as theme parks, churches, farms, natural reserves, and scenarios for extreme and adventure sports. Each town in the Coffee Triangle has something unique to offer to its visitors.

Tours for you

Guajira, The Haunting of the Desert

The Haunting of the Desert

From Santa Marta to Guajira, the proximity of the sea to the snow-capped peaks of the Sierra is surprising, but along the road, you will be even more amazed of the proximity between the snow and the desert. Grains of golden dust spread across vast plains, covering alluvial valleys and lagoons, turning them into swamps, home to pink flamingos and white herons.

Tours for you

Santa Marta Colombia, Our customs between the mountains and the sea

Our customs between the mountains and the sea

Santa Marta, a Tourist, Cultural, and Historical District of Colombia, is one of the main destinations in the country for its numerous beaches, natural reserves, and its cultural and historical heritage. Founded in 1525, it is the oldest city in the country, the place where the Liberator Simon Bolivar died, and one of the accesses to the highest mountain in the world in the coastal area, the 'Sierra Nevada de Santa Marta' and its ancient indigenous communities.

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No tours available

San Andres, An Adventure in the Sea of Seven Colors

An Adventure in the Sea of Seven Colors

The Archipelago of San Andres, Providencia and Santa Catalina is one of the most important tourist destinations in the Colombian Caribbean, as its seven-color sea bathes impressive natural landscapes and a population with cultural expressions such as Creole, a native language, and the rhythm of calypso, the Baptist religion, which the majority of its inhabitants profess, and a typical gastronomy, based on fish and seafood.

Tours for you


No tours available

Amazon Colombia, The secrets of the lungs of the world

The secrets of the lungs of the world

'Whoever drinks water from the Amazon stays to live in the jungle.' as the Tikunas say. During the trip through the 116 km Colombian water corridor, the traveler delights by the islands inhabited by the 'Victoria Regia' the largest lotus in the world, fauna and flora with swamps where the memorable pink and gray dolphins play, and the ravines that whisper in the night.

Tours for you

Cartagena, heritage and heroic city of Colombia

Heritage and heroic city of Colombia

Romanticism, history, and culture are what is experienced in 'La Heroica', a city that clings to its history and attracts locals and foreigners for its warm climate, its beaches, its colonial architecture, and its austoning walls that can be explored by walking and enjoying the sunset. Every year, Cartagena is the venue of important national and international events and festivals.

Tours for you

Santander Colombia, Heritage, Nature and Adventure

Heritage, Nature and Adventure

Santander is a destination with a great offer in adventure sports, cultural heritage, and nature. Among its must-see destinations is Barichara, considered one of the most beautiful towns in Colombia, San Gil, the main destination for adventure sports, and Playa de Belén with Estoraques Park, among others.

Tours for you


No tours available

Barranquilla, Festival and Culture at the Golden Gate

Festival and Culture at the Golden Gate

There are many reasons to visit Colombia's Golden Gate. One of them is the cheerful locals who spread joy. Another reason is the diverse gastronomic options available, as well as the cultural richness that is showcased in the famous Barranquilla Carnival. This event is a colorful cultural spectacle featuring dance, music, and traditional customs. The Golden Gate is also known for its impressive urban development, which includes several commercial, financial, and service centers.

Tours for you


No tours available

Cali Valle del Cauca, The capital of salsa

The capital of salsa

A culture rooted in the musical rhythm of salsa, and the flavor of 'arroz atollado' and 'aborrajados', converges with the architecture marked by the colonial era in Cali, one of the main cities of Colombia. When you arrive you will find happy people, parks such as 'El perro', 'Retreta', 'El Avion' and 'El Poeta'; public spaces full of vegetation, seven rivers, museums, churches, and a warm climate that invites you to stay in the Branch of Heaven or the Sultana del Valle, as the capital of Valle del Cauca is also called.

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No tours available

Pasto Narino, Destination of natural and cultural wealth

Destination of natural and cultural wealth

The city boasts of a strong Catholic tradition, which is evident in its more than ten churches, and that is why it is also referred to as the Theological City of Colombia. Despite its growth, the city has managed to keep its colonial architecture intact, without losing its identity. Its cultural centers, mansions, and craft workshops are a testament to this fact. The city is known for its artisanal heritage, which fills its streets with color. Its main festivity is the Carnival of Blacks and Whites, which is a Cultural Heritage of the Nation.

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No tours available

MICE

Colombia is a popular destination for MICE tourism which stands for Meetings, Incentives, Conferences, and Exhibitions. The country offers a variety of options including capital cities with large event infrastructure, diverse climates ranging from warm to cold and temperate, natural destinations with forests, beaches, plains, deserts, snowy mountains, and more. All of these factors combine to make Colombia the country of beauty that has everything.

MICE

Colombia is a popular destination for MICE tourism which stands for Meetings, Incentives, Conferences, and Exhibitions. The country offers a variety of options including capital cities with large event infrastructure, diverse climates ranging from warm to cold and temperate, natural destinations with forests, beaches, plains, deserts, snowy mountains, and more. All of these factors combine to make Colombia the country of beauty that has everything.

Bogota

Diverse and multicultural city

Bogota Guatavita Zipaquira

13°C ~ 55°F
Average

80%
Relative Humidity

2,625
MASL

7,901,650
Population

Bogota is known as the most cultural city in Colombia. It is the home of the 'cachacos' - men from Bogota who dress in shirts, jackets, and ties. But it is also a city of hardworking 'paisas', friendly and dancing 'vallunos', happy and colorful 'costeños' from the coastal areas, brave 'llaneros', wonderful 'guajiros' and the ancestral indigenous people, the noble and unique 'chocoanos' and millions of animals such as cats and dogs, herons, tufts and pigeons, which remind us that this is the sound of the capital of our country, Bogota sounds like the song of all Colombians under a cold climate with a bohemian essence.

The city is inhabited by almost 8 million people from all corners of the country and the world, making it the largest city in Colombia.

Bogota was founded in 1538 by Gonzalo Jimenez de Quesada and played a significant role in the fight for independence. Today, it is a city full of history.

The city offers diverse businesses, industries, gastronomy, and hotels. It is also home to numerous parks, libraries, theaters, museums, and churches. Bogota has a complete cultural agenda around music, theater, and other artistic expressions that have led it to be recognized nationally and internationally. These features make Bogota a multicultural city that is cherished by Colombians and visitors.

How to get?

By Air:
Bogota is the main air hub in Colombia with its El Dorado International Airport, where flights arrive and depart from any destination in Colombia and the world.

By Land:
Bogota has two inter-municipal bus terminals, the Terminal Salitre, and the Terminal del Sur, used by thousands of travelers to leave and arrive to and from all cities and municipalities in Colombia.

How to move?

In Bogota, streets are called 'calles' and 'carreras' and the hills of Monserrate and Guadalupe are the main reference; 'carreras' have a parallel orientation to these in a north-south direction, and their numbering increases from east to west. The 'calles' are perpendicular to the hills, in an east-west direction, and their numbering increases from south to north. In the city you will also find transversals and diagonals; The transversals have the same orientation as the 'carreras', while diagonals follow the 'calles'. Besides, avenues can be 'carreras', like Carrera 30 Avenue, or 'calles', such as Calle 26 Avenue.

Public Transportation: Bogota's public transportation is a system integrated that combines different means of transport, such as TransMilenio, SITP, TransMiCable and the future Metro. These means of transport allow you to get around the city quickly and economically. If you want to use this means of transport, you need a card called Tullave, which you can buy and recharge at the stations or online, but Bogota also has various Apps where you will find a variety of means of transport.

Cuisine

Ajiaco Santafereno

Ajiaco Santafereno

Bogota is known for its delightful gastronomic diversity, and one of its most famous dishes is the Ajiaco Santafereno. This mouth-watering chicken soup is made of varied potatoes, capers, heavy cream, and corn on the cob, and it's often served with rice and avocado. If you ever get a chance to visit our capital, you must try this dish. In addition, on cold afternoons, locals enjoy drinks like 'tintico' and 'perico' made with coffee, and as a side dish a delicious artisan bread. You should also try 'breva' sweet with cheese and 'dulce de leche' or milk caramel; the Lulo juice and cape gooseberry are popular and offer unique flavors.

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Carnivals and Festivals

Events in the year

Events in the year

Bogota is home to major national and international events. One of its main venues, Corferias, has a great program of events throughout the year. Additionally, we can highlight the following city events:

  • Ibero-American Theater Festival.
  • Salsa Festival in the Park.
  • International Book Fair.
  • Expomusic.
  • National Hall of Artists.
  • Colonial Fair.
  • Cinematheque in the Park.
  • Summer Festival.
  • Jazz Festival in the Park.
  • Festival of Rock to the Park.
  • Ballet Festival to the Park.
  • Parkway to the wine.
  • Bogota Colors.
  • 'Expoartesanias' Artisan Expo.
  • Choir Festival.

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What should you take into account?

110V
Type A and B

COP
Colombian Peso

Water
Drinkable

Outfit
Casual

Please keep in mind the following tips before traveling to Bogota. The city has type A or B plugs, so ensure to carry a type A adapter if you have a type B or European type C plug; in some places only Type A plugs are available. The voltage in the city is 110V AC and the grid is stable all the time.

Most businesses in the city accept credit cards, so we recommend carrying at least $100,000 in cash per person and day, especially if you plan to visit rural places or distant towns. Colombian Pesos come in $1,000, $2,000, $5,000, $10,000, $20,000, $50,000, and $100,000 bills.

The tap water in Bogota is 100% drinkable, but we don't recommend drinking tap water in nearby municipalities and towns. So, it's better to drink bottled water or bottled drinks. On most tours, we'll provide you with a hydration kit, which includes environmentally friendly bottles or containers.

The climate in the city is usually temperate or cold climates. Casual clothing is enough, however, we recommend wearing sunglasses, a hat, or a cap to protect yourself from the sun and a light coat during the day, due to the elevation of the city and temperate climate it is possible that you could get sunburned without noticing it. Very early in the morning or at night, we recommend that you dress very warmly, as you can feel temperatures of up to 5°C (41°F). Our guides will guide you with the appropriate clothing to visit the destinations from the day before.

What to do?

Bogota and Region

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