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Colombia is a country of dizzying variety. This tour will introduce you to the fascinating blend of adventures offered within Colombia’s borders. You’ll see some of Colombia’s most important cites, such as bustling Bogotá, the enchanting city of Cartagena, the colonial Villa de Leyva and quaint Coffee Triangle. You will be introduced to the unique landscapes and colours of the the Colombian Caribbean and the Coffee Region, home to Colombia’s national tree, the wax palm. You can learn how Colombian coffee is made, from picking the very first beans to pouring the perfect cup. You will wander the desolate beaches of Tayrona National Park, where palm trees sway in the breeze and turquoise waters lap the golden Caribbean shores. All this and much, much more on your trip to Colombia with See Colombia Travel.

Day 1 - February 26. Cartagena

Upon arrival in Cartagena one of See Colombia Travel´s representatives will be on hand to transfer you to your chosen hotel where you can relax and prepare for your upcoming adventure with us.

Day 2 - February 27. Cartagena - Hop on -off Bus

 After arrival you can take the Hop On, Hop Off bus around Cartagena, visiting the city, including the modern residential neighborhood of Bocagrande and the Walled City. The Old City maintains all the charm of the colonial days, with its narrow, cobbled streets flanked by charming balconies and heavy, characteristic doors. You will visit the Clock Gate, the main entrance to the old town. A walking tour of the Walled City is included and begins at 3:45 pm. Later you can visit the church of San Pedro Claver, the oldest church in the city before seeing the Castle of San Felipe – an imposing stone structure regarded as the masterpiece of the Spanish military engineering in the Americas. Finally, the Convent of La Popa is a cloister built on top of a hill that dominates the entire urban complex. Your tickets for the bus are valid all day long, so you can see the city at your leisure. Meals: B.

Day 3 - February 28. Cartagena - Barranquilla.

At the chosen time transfer to Barranquilla and your chosen hotel. The rest of the day is free to enjoy the festivities.  Meals: B.

Day 4 - March 1. Carnavel de Barranquilla - Batalla de las Flores

At the pre-arrange time group transfer to the palco areas from where you´ll witness the first day of the second biggest carnival in Colombia. This part of the proceedings is the most symbolic of all of the celebrations. Since The Battle of the Flowers took place for the first time in 1903, it has involved all of the typical characters from the carnival: King Momo, Maria Moñitos and the Caiman Man. The Battle of the Flowers is a parade which includes floats, carnival groups, dance troupes, costumed groups (the highlight of which are the marimondas), hooded characters with large noses, giant figures, large-headed dwarves etc. The parade is led by the Carnival Queen’s float as she dances and throws flowers into the crowd, accompanied by a large group of princes and princesses.6pm return to hotel.  Meals: B, L (lunch box).

Day 5 - March 2. Carnavel de Barranquilla - Gran Parada de Tradicion

At the pre-arrange time group transfer to the palco areas for the second day of the Barranquilla Carnival.  It involves the popular dances of the Torito, Garabito and the spinsters’ dance.
The two most typical dances in this parade are:
Cumbia, which is an example of the fusion of indigenous elements with those of black and Hispanic immigrants. It simulates the courtship of a couple and is characterised by the elegance and subtle movement of the woman’s hip, all to the sound of a bass drum and a traditional wooden flute.Garabito, which is symbolic of the victory of life over death. 6pm return to hotel.  Meals: B, L (lunch box).

Day 6 - March 3. Barranquilla - Santa Marta - Palomino

After breakfast, land transfer to Santa Marta and Palomino (about 6 hours) where you will spend the night.

Santa Marta. City tour

On the way, enjoy a  panoramic tour of Santa Marta where you´ll visit the beautiful Rodadero Bay, Taganga lookout, Customs House and  the breathtaking Quinta de San Pedro Alejandrino founded in 1608 where Simon Bolivar spend his last few days. Meals: B, D.

Day 7 to 9 - March 4 to 6. Playa La Roca EcoHotel - Tayrona

During the next  few days enjoy and relax by the sea, sunning yourself and reflecting upon your wonderful journey on one of Colombia’s most beautiful beaches.

You will spend your first whole day in on of the many beaches at the Tayrona National Park (entrance fee included).

The next day, as an optional activity, you’ll be taken for a beautiful hike to a waterfall in the morning. Then, after lunch, you could take a trail to the mouth of the Palomino River or just relax into a hammock with a good book.

Optionally, you will have the wonderful opportunity to go visit a village of the Kogi, descendants of the Tayrona. Here you will have the chance to see how the traditions of the Tayrona people are still present in the everyday lives of the Kogi. Meals: B, L, D on all days.

Day 10 - March 7. Palomino - Santa Marta - Bogota

At the chosen time transfer from your hotel to the airport for your flight back to Bogota. Upon arrival, transfer to your chosen hotel where you will spend one last night in Colombia. Meals: B.



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At See Colombia Travel all our Colombia tours are tailor-made. We’re determined to ensure your experience is 100% to your liking. Colombia is a stunningly varied country boasting idyllic beaches, lost cities asleep in the mountains and, of course, coffee galore in its bustling city-centers.

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