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Colombia has something to offer to everyone. Mountains, jungle, beach, old cities and much more, it's definitely a must see destination.

Colombia is a country at the northern tip of South America. On a Colombia adventure you will discover the Andes mountain range running from north to south throughout the country. Colombia is home to some of the most stunning landscapes, colonial cities, wildlife-rich national parks and sun-drenched beaches.

Visit Bogota, the beating heart of Colombia and engage in the vibrant and energetic capital. Bogota offers abundant contrasts: modern shopping malls and open-air markets, futuristic glass towers and colonial churches. Dance salsa in Cali, enjoy colonial architecture at Villa de Leyva and Cartagena and discover picturesque views of Caribbean coast. 


When is the best time to travel to Colombia?

Colombia is a year-round destination with the stable temperature of 24 degrees C along the coast and 7-17 degrees C higher inland. The dry season in Colombia is from December to March. The frequent rain showers are noticeable in the wetter months of April to June and in October and November. 

Is it safe to travel to Colombia?

South America has become a popular tourist destination, therefore the government takes great steps to make South America safer. Colombia has improved significantly in terms of safety, national security and the peace process.

Some safety notes: do not take your valuables with you, leave them locked in a safety deposit box; keep your spending money, camera and phone close to you, preferably beneath clothing; do not go to areas where tourists are not expected; always use taxis with official identification.

What power adaptor plug do I need for Colombia?

In Colombia the standard voltage is 110 V. The standard frequency is 60 Hz. The power sockets that are used are of type A / B. 

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Bogota is the capital and the heart of Colombia, sizzling with life and energy. The city’s cultural epicentre is La Candelaria, the cobbled historic downtown. Visit a Tejo bar and throw metal pucks at a target board. You'll understand when you play it.

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Tayrona National Park

Some of Colombia’s best beaches with the dramatic jungle covered Sierra Nevada mountains as a backdrop. Tayrona National Park is accessed from the city of Santa Marta. Activities include snorkelling, hiking and simply enjoying the natural environment.

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Cartagena de Indias is a port city on Colombia’s Caribbean coast. It is a magical place with cobbled streets, plazas, churches and lovely balconies. UNESCO has listed the old town as a World Heritage Site due to well-preserved colonial style.

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The Lost City

The Ciudad Perdida, or Lost City is one of the most popular hikes in Colombia. A 44 kilometre (27 mile) hike is usually done in 4-6 days through the rainforest

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Islas del Rosario (Rosario Islands)

A group of 27 islands, accessed from boat the coastal city of Cartagena. They are mostly uninhabited, and are a protected National Park. They can be visited as a day trip, or overnight stay. A great place for swimming, snorkelling or diving.

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Coffee Triangle (the Coffee Region)

Colombia produces some of the best coffee in the world and is a great place to visit a coffee farm. The vast majority of production takes place in the subtropical Andean hills west of Bogota between the small cities of Armenia, Pereira, and Manizales.

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