Colombia is the outdoor enthusiast and coffee lover’s paradise! It features two coastlines (500 miles on the Pacific and another 700 along the Caribbean), a backbone of soaring Andes mountains, and plenty of lush countryside and fertile agricultural land in between. Easily accessed from the Northern Hemisphere thanks to its position at the top of South America, Colombia is a destination full of natural grandeur, historic colonial attractions, and archeological sites from an illustrious pre-Columbian past. Whether you are hoping to have an extreme mountain biking adventure or simply sip coffee among the tallest palm trees on the planet, Colombia has something to offer for everyone.
Perched in the foothills of the Andes at an elevation of 8,660 feet, Bogotá is Colombia’s thriving economic hub and capital. The energy of the city is fueled by hundreds of eclectic restaurants, spirited nightlife, and plenty of Colombian coffee. Take a stroll through the historic…
Only a half-day’s drive beyond Cartagena on the coast, Santa Marta is South America’s oldest European-founded town. The port city has a fortuitous natural setting next to Tayrona National Natural Park, a protected green space that contains everything from the white-sand beaches of…
Cartagena, the undisputed queen of the Colombia’s Caribbean coast, is a gorgeous metropolis showcasing both an old walled city and its modern counterpart. During your stay, navigate through the bustling cobblestoned streets of the old city, where different…
Once perceived as gritty and less-than-safe, Medellín has in recent years transformed into a vibrant, culturally rich vacation destination. Sitting at the base of the Aburrá Valley, its lush green hills make it the perfect location to hike, bike, horseback ride, and more. Take to…
Colombia is the third-largest producer of coffee on the planet, but opportunities for adventure in the coffee region go far beyond delicious, organic cups of joe! The heart of the area is Salento, a small town that has been all but taken over by tourists thanks to its proximity to Valle de…