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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 Popayan and quaint Medellin. 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 - March 1. Bogota

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

Day 2 - March 2. Bogota - Leticia - Floating House

At the chosen time transfer to the airport for your flight to the Amazon. Upon arrival to Leticia you will be transferred to the port for your 15 min boat ride on the Amazon River to Kurupira’s amazing Floating House. Tonight you’ll have a delicious dinner and spend the night relaxing. Meals: D.

Day 3 & 4 - March 3 & 4. Natural Reserve

You’ll transfer to the town pier to board the boat that will lead to the Heliconia Natural Reserve. The journey is approximately three hours, during which you’ll sail on the majestic Amazon River and then by one of its biggest and most important tributaries in the area, the Javari River, which borders Peru and Brazil. During our tour, in addition to tasting the coastal landscape, you’ll pass by the authentic and unique Amazonian populations that still retain the vestiges of the period of colonization and the great rubber boom, combined with views of exotic animal species such as the famous Amazonian freshwater dolphins (Pink or Grey), colorful macaws, herons, kingfishers, eagles, butterflies and many other surprises that can only be believed by visiting this magical world. Finally, arrive at the reserve Ecohotel Heliconia and sample a delicious local meal. Meals: B, L, D.

During your stay in the Lodge you have a choice of activities and tours at your disposal. We’re keen to ensure you have the Amazonian tour that suits all your needs and, therefore, we think it’s important that you get to make the final decision on exactly what it is you do in this fascinating region. Of course, if you want recommendations or advice, don’t hesitate to ask. We recommend you plan for two activities per day in order to enjoy them fully. Activities can be repeated. What follows is a list of possible activities for you to indulge yourself in during your time here in Colombia:


* Observe the pink dolphins.

* Visits to indigenous communities.

* Paddle boats in the flooded forest.

* Fishing and traditional craftsmanship.

* Observation of exotic birds.

* Walks in the forest with native guides.

* Walking to the lakes that surround the reservation.

* Night out watching alligators.

* Swimming in natural pools.

* Sightings of fauna and flora of the area.

* Indian Tattoos.

* Canopy.

Day 5 - March 5. Leticia - Bogota

Enjoy breakfast in the Amazon and one last activity before returning to Leticia, at the chosen time you will be transferred to the airport. Upon arrival in Bogota, transfer to your hotel. Meals: B.

Day 6 - March 6. Bogota - Neiva - San Agustin

At the chosen time transfer to the airport or bus terminal. Upon arrival at Neiva’s airport/bus terminal one of See Colombia Travel’s representatives will be on hand to transfer you to your chosen hotel in San Agustin (4 hours). Meals: B.

Day 7 - March 7. San Agustin

At the prearranged time transfer to San Agustin Archaeological Park named a UNESCO World Heritage site in 1995. During your time at the park we’ll have the chance to visit the archaeological museum, the ceremonial fountain “Lavapatas” and sites (mesitas) A, B, C and D.  After lunch we’ll visit the sites of “El Tablon” y  “La Chaquira” horseback riding through the spectacular Andean countryside. Meals: B.

Day 8 - March 8. Isnos

After breakfast we will head toward the town of Isnos to see the strait of the Magdalena River and the second most important archaeological site in the area –  the Alto de Los Idolos Archaeological Park, home to the second largest statue around San Agustin. We’ll then visit the tombs located in Alto de Las Piedras. Afterwards we will appreciate the natural beauty of this region by visiting two spectacular waterfalls. Return to San Agustin. Meals: B.

Day 9 - March 9. Tatacoa Desert

At the chosen time transfer to the Tatacoa desert. You’ll walk among the red landscapes of the desert, amazed by the vibrant oranges and reds that define the area. You will also get to visit the observation tower to take a look at the clear stars that fill the sky. Meals: B.

Day 10 - March 10. Tatacoa Desert

Today you’ll visit the grey area – but it’s far from being dull. Just like visiting another planet, you’ll see some amazing rock formations before visiting a hidden swimming pool located in the middle of the desert. Meals: B.

Day 11 - March 11. Tatacoa Desert - Neiva

At the chosen time transfer to Neiva´s airport for your flight to Santa Marta. Meals: B.

Day 12 to 16 - March 12 to 16. No services provided

Day 17 to 20 - March 17 to 20. Lost City Trek

Day 1. Santa Marta – El Mamey.  First camp site (4 hour walk).
We leave at 9 am from our meeting point in Santa Marta. Three hours later we will reach the local village of El Mamey, from where we’ll begin our ascend to the first camp site. Upon arrival you’ll have the chance to go for a swim at a natural spring. Tonight we’ll sleep in hammocks.

Day 2. Second Camp Site (4 hour walk).
After an early breakfast, we start today’s walk through the forest descending to into a small valley formed by the Buritaca riverwhere you’ll have your first encounter with the local indigenous communities in the Mutanyi village. We have 3 more hours walk before we reach the cabin where we will spend the night. Upon arrival we can cool off in the natural pools formed by the Buritaca river.

Day 3. Lost City (1.5 hour walk) and trek back to campsite.
Today, we cross the Buritaca river to finally arrive to the long awaited Lost City (sacred site for the current local communities of theSierra Nevada). At 9am we begin our adventure into the park, learning about the different ways the pre-Hispanic Tayronas adapted to their environment, we will also have an opportunity to see the ceremonial houses of the present day Tayronas and the vegetation that form a unique backdrop to the prehistoric legacy. Along the route it is also possible to take a bath in the pool of youth, which according to the legend works wonderfully well. At the end of the tour, some notes about the archaeological sites of the mountain range are available to read, and a short informative chat about the site can be arranged with the guide.

Day 4. Return to Santa Marta.
After breakfast, we reach the Machete town and enjoy a refreshing swim in the river continuing afterwards to Santa Marta where we will arrive at approximately 4pm. Transfer to chosen hotel. Meals: B, L, D on all days.

Day 21 - March 21. Santa Marta - Bogota

At the chosen time you will be transferred to the airport for your flight to Bogota. Upon arrival transfer to your chosen hotel. Meals: B.

Day 22 - March 22. Bogota - Free Day

Free day to enjoy the city. Enjoy Colombia’s dynamic, vibrant capital. Wander the colonial streets of La Candelaria and discover the fantastic museums housed there, rub shoulders with Bogotanos in the bars of Zona T and sample some of the finest Colombian and international cuisine in Zona G. Meals: B.

Day 23 - March 23. Bogota - Providencia

At a chosen time, you will be transferred to the airport for your flight to Providencia via San Andres. Upon arrival in Providencia you will be transferred to your chosen hotel. Meals: B.

Day 24 to 28 - March 24 to 28. Providencia

During the next 3 days enjoy the wonderful underwater world of Providencia island taking at least 2 dives per day (1 dvie first and last day and 2 dives per day on the ramainig days). Your last day is free to enjoy the beautiful white sand beaches of Providencia, the fascinating color of the sea or just relax by the Caribbean sea. Meals: B.

Day 29 - March 29. Providencia - Bogota - Home

At a chosen time you will be transferred to the airport for your flight back to Bogota and your flight back home. All good things must come to an end, after all. Of course, if 27 days just isn´t enough time in Colombia, our tours are 100% customizable and we´d be happy to extend your stay with us. Just ask for more details. Meals: B.


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Welcome to See Colombia Travel, your number one resource for vacations to Colombia. We are a team of international experts boasting vast experience of traveling the world, and we’re here to help you discover the treasures of our beloved Colombia.

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.

Whatever you’re looking for from your Colombia vacation, we’re here to guide you and ensure your trip is up to our highest standards of safety, value and quality. We’re sure that once you’ve been to Colombia, like us, you’ll want to spread the word about this fantastic, diverse country.