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Latin America's colonial gem on the Caribbean Coast, Colombia embraces its natural beauty. Colour dominates here, with brightly-coloured buildings and lush green plantations. From walking amid hummingbirds, to tasting the local coffee, it's never been a more exciting time to visit.

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From the colonial city of Bogota to the towering Andes mountains and warm seas of the Caribbean, our hand-picked local tour leaders will share first-hand knowledge of Colombia on our small group tours

Meander around piles of aromatic and brightly coloured produce in the farmers' markets of Bogota and explore the streets of La Candelaria to uncover grand colonial architecture. Escape the city to sample local coffee from lush green plantations and meet local people busily tending to rows of crops extending up the mountainside. And, if you want to switch off and escape reality, complete your Colombia adventure with a relaxing stay in Tayrona National Park with its palm-fringed white sandy beaches and turquoise-blue waters.  

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Contrasts of Colombia

Colombia Discovery Trip code BCO
13 Days From US$3170 without flights

Highlights of Colombia

Colombia Discovery Trip code BCH
9 Days From US$1960 without flights
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A quarter of the population live in the four main cities of Bogota, Cartagena, Medellin and Cali, but to find the heart of Colombia you must look elsewhere. The country is strongly regionalised and this stems from the rugged terrain and its early history, when many different indigenous groups lived separately. All roads do not lead to Bogota; hence the importance today of the departamentos and their capitals. In the 19th century some were independent countries for a short time (for example Antioquia) and these were often Spanish settlements. The fierce pride of the later inhabitants ensured the preservation of their heritage and virtually all are worth a visit.

It is rumoured that no other country on the continent has a greater variety of music genres and most of these can be enjoyed at the numerous fiestas held even in the tiniest of villages throughout the year. The festivals are a legacy of the mixed heritage of Indigenous, European and African cultures, all of which have helped shape and create the modern Colombia of today. Cultural icons such as sculptor Fernando Botero and writer Gabriel Garcia Marquez, even drug baron Pablo Escobar, capture the imagination. Prepare to be dazzled by the sheer diversity of this country.

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