Euphoria is amplified with the amazing sights of Columbia on a Private Tour, one of the world’s top destinations. Diverse landscapes extraordinary culture and the stellar hospitality of Colombians is amazing.
The more you tour around Colombia, the more you marvel at its diversity.
Discover their greatest treasures, diverse landscapes and amazing culture in tours of Colombia.
It’s the new “it” place to visit. Lovers of archaeology and history will love Bogota with its many museums.
Be Impressed by San Agustin sites and the Medellin, Tierradentro, Lost City.
Beyond the history, you may additionally find delicious food, crazy dancing, magnificent beaches, and fantastic nightlife in Colombia.
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The diverse terrain of Colombia is perfect for the adventurer's tourists to trek, climb, raft, dive and soar tours of Colombia.
Colombia boasts alfresco joy in all corners, although San Gil is the undisputed venture capital.
A few of the continent's most iconic trekking is here, and is radically altered: Ciudad Perdida is a multi-day jungle walk to the historical ruins of the Tayrona culture.
Inside Parque Nacional, Natural El Cocuy sets intrepid hikers on the highest reaches of the Andes.
Providencia's world class reef spells aquatic heaven for scuba divers, and whale-watchers on the Pacific coast can see humpbacks that are royal in the wild.
Top Things to See and Do in Colombia
Walled City of Cartagena
It is a fantastic place, colourful, full of nightlife, amazing bars and nightclubs; the party tour bus was fabulous! The old colonial city is great to photograph and great if you want to have fun, or just go for a stroll; it is a very safe day or night. If you are going shopping, make sure you haggle and buy at a fraction of the original asking price. At night the entire all city becomes a party place, and there is lots of fun to be had.
Museo Botero del Banco de la Republica
A museum complete with art by the man himself the Colombian Botero You'll either like or hate his style, but his paintings express so much. The museum is located in a beautiful building with stunning architecture. Entry is free! So a guided tour is a must. Considering you can spend many an hour browsing the extremely funky art and amazing sculptures.It has a shop on the way out to buy some Botero souveniers.
Bosques de Cocora
An ideal trekking tour that can last between 4 to 6 hours so, please go prepared! You can choose to walk or go by horse riding ! the scenery is breathtaking, and with fabulous photo opportunities. To go on this trek, you really need to take a tour guide as it isn't well signposted throughout the trail. Please take the proper clothing, water and food for the long day ahead! and have a fabulous trek.
Plaza Santo Domingo
located in the "Old City", surrounded by plenty of colour sights & sounds in everywhere you look. The main attraction is the stunningly beautiful restored church, and directly outside is the statue of a naked lady, wonder what the priests thought of this! There are many cafes and restaurants and street entertainers an excellent way to spend a few hours taking in the atmosphere.
Museo del Oro Zenu
This little museum is located in an old 3-story mansion across from the Plaza Bolivar. It describes by the various displays and explanations the relationship between gold, the Zenu population that inhabited Colombia, and the artefacts they left behind. The chronological way the objects are exhibited help you understand the ancient history of Colombia. Entry is free, but it is useful to have a guide to explain the history to you.
Sanctuary of Saint Peter Claver
This stunningly beautiful church still holds the remains of the Spanish priest St.Pedro Claver who came to Columbia to look after and educate the African slaves. He dedicated his life to this cause, get yourself a tour guide to explain the history. The interior is breathtaking, and photography is allowed! An exquisite and serene feeling whilst you are here. The altar still holds his remains for you to view.
Parque del Cafe
Excellent Park, fabulous rides, you will love the "Cabalgata" (horse ride), The Cafe Dance Show is something not to miss!, Good food, Great photo opportunities. This is an amusement park with rides from bumper cars to roller coasters, but with some interesting twists that make it worth a visit. Also, has a coffee museum where you can sample the many types of coffee beans.
Kasaguadua Natural Reserve
This Is a natural reserve that has been approved by the Colombian government. There is no fixed fee; you pay a donation. You learn a lot about the ecosystem of the rainforest. The guided tour is perfect for people who are interested in ecological issues. It is amazing to see the rate of bamboo growing. You will be shown many different plants and learn about the many projects going on the reserve.
You need to be in reasonable shape to do this, but it's not too extreme. The deepest river crossing is just at the entrance to the Lost City and the 1200 steps up to the city are hard work. Coming down is tough as well because they are narrow, steep and slippery. Please wear the correct footwear and clothing for these trails. It is a great experience and an absolute disconnection with civilisation, and the world!
Las Lajas Sanctuary
The sanctuary is in such a beautiful location and is as picturesque as you can imagine, This church was built as a bridge across a river gorge and is truly spectacular, with stunning waterfalls. Dating back to over 100 years the museum has some lovely and interesting artefacts. A private guided tour here is a must.