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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 cities, such as bustling Bogotá, the enchanting city of Cartagena and quaint Manizales. 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. All this and much, much more on your trip to Colombia with See Colombia Travel.

Day 1 - July 18. Bogota

Upon arrival 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 - July 19. Bogota - Free Day. Bike tour (not included)

This tour allows you to discover the colorful history and culture of la Candelaria neighborhood, located in the historic center of Bogota. The tour is adjustable to suit various weather conditions and preferences. It enables you to visit the city in a more fun way, allowing a closer interaction between the visitor and Bogota. The tour starts at 10:30am and lasts for 3 to 5 hours, passing by the Plaza del Chorro, the Botero museum, the National Museum, Plaza Bolivar, local market plaza, central cemetery, Egipto Neighborhood, the Colombian National University, the Gabriel Garcia Marquez cultural center, the Bullfighting Stadium, when available, and many other interest sites. It is very flexible, so if you have suggestions feel free to mention them to the guide. After completing your tour of the city on two wheels, you will climb with your two feet up to a beautiful viewpoint of the city – Monserrate. Meals: B.

Day 3 - July 20. Bogota - Zipaquira. Salt Cathedral of Zipaquira

Today we will visit the salt mines of Zipaquira, from where the monumental Salt Cathedral of Zipaquira was excavated. This unique structure is almost 400ft deep and it occupies an area of around 8000m², with four sections, each one 300ft long and 42ft wide. It presents 12, 30ft high impressive salt columns that support the structure. In the first tract of the underground journey, you will find the XIV Stations of the Via Cruxis, each designed by a local artist. Subsequently, a 175 meter long ramp descending to  the last 13 meters towards the balconies on the cameras and the church choir. The final tract leads to the center of the Cathedral where we find the three monumental cameras and the 16m tall cross. Return to Bogota. Meals: B.

Bogota - Chia. Andres carne de Res

At the chosen time transfer to Andres Carne de Res DC. This extraordinary steakhouse is much more than a meal. The decorations and atmosphere are incredible, and the rumba that begins later in the evening is unforgettable. This evening will be sure to be memorable.

Day 4 - July 21. Bogota – Armenia

Upon arrival in Armenia, you will be transferred to your specially chosen finca where you can relax in a unique way for your upcoming adventures. Meals: B.

Day 5 - July 22. Cocora Valley

At the prearranged time the expedition begins, heading to Salento and the Cocora Valley. It holds within it a colonial and historic past, as you will see as you walk amongst the unique landscapes, observing the flowing clear water of the Quindio River, and the unique palm of wax the national tree.
Salento and in general the Coffee Triangle, has one of the richest coffee cultures and most scenic coffee crops. It has preserved its colonial architecture and the customs of the local country people. Furthermore, it’s an ideal site for hiking or horseback (included) rides followed by a meal of exquisite trout, the prized local dish.  Meals: B.

Day 6 - July 23. White Water Rafting - Barragan River

Today you’ll have the chance to raft down Barragan River. You’ll be picked up from your Finca and driven to Rancho California where you’ll be briefed about the details of this activity and provided with all required equipment. From there we will head to our departure point for our upcoming adventure of 8.5 ks of unique flora and fauna down the Barragan River. Meals: B.

Day 7 - July 24. Canopy Tour

Located in Montenegro in the Quindió department, this canopy tour includes 16 viewing platforms with 10 zip lines over coffee farms, bamboo fields, and small streams with more than 1,900 meters of excitement. You’ll be rushing between trees in a lush nature reserve where you can encounter squirrels, sloths, and various species of birds. Your canopy tour includes a Spanish-speaking guide, transfer to and from the Los Caracolíes Canopy, and 10 zip lines. Meals: B.

Day 8 - July 25. Armenia - Medellin. Coffee Experience and Tasting (optional activity - not included)

At the chosen time transfer to Medellin through the colorful Autopista del Cafe (Coffee motorway). As an optional activity, you can take the Cultural Coffee Experience tour in which  you will gain a unique insight into the real lives of the coffee workers. This tour allows us to learn the fantastic and mystical history of the coffee growing culture and the colonization of Antioquia.  From the coffee corps we will continue to the Joyful Harvest, where you can wear traditional outfits and harvest, pulp, dry, roast and ground your own coffee as the locals have done since colonial times. Then, after a great day at work you can sit down and enjoy a fantastic cup of the best Colombia Coffee, specially processed and made by you, for you!. Meals: B.

Day 9 - July 26. Medellin - Santa Helena - Arvi Park. Horseback ride

Home of the silleteros (flower farmers) and to one of the largest ecological parks in the region, Santa Elena offers the perfect mix of Colombian culture, natural beauty and adventurous activities, all within close proximity to Medellin. At the chosen time you’ll be picked up from your hotel and taken to San Elena only 52 kms away from for a 4-hour horseback ride through farms to panoramic view points. Meals: B, L (lunch box).

Day 10 - July 27. Medellin - Santa Marta

Upon arrival in Santa Marta transfer to your chosen hotel in Palomino where you can have dinner, relax and prepare for the rest of your adventure. Meals: B.

Day 11 to 13 - July 28 & 30. Palomino Beach - Tayrona

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

For your free time at the Eco-Hotel you have option to relax in a hammock with a book, visit the Valencia River, Barragan River, visit a local Kogi comunity, relax at the beach, or indulge in one of their many spa treatments (including chocotherapy!). Meals: B, L and D.

Day 14 - July 31. Palomino - Santa Marta - Cartagena

At the chosen time transfer to from Palomino where the jungle meets the Caribbean to Cartagena (aprox. 6 hours) and your chosen hotel. Meals: B.

Day 15 - August 1. Cartagena. Segway City Tour

Take an exciting look at this historical city from your own personal segway. You’ll have the chance to scoot around visiting the many beautiful sites of this colorful colonial city such as the gold museum, Las Bovedas, Plaza de la Proclamacion, the Cartagena cathedral and many more (entrances not included). Your afternoon is free to enjoy the city. 

Day 16 - August 2. Cartagena. Free Day - La Virgen Mangrove (optional - not included)

You’ll be transferred to La Boquilla where you’ll pass through the stunning mangroves in the area on a traditional canoe, seeing nature close up as you pass slowly. Once you arrive, you’ll visit the fascinating pre-columbian Archeological Park. After you’ve wandered around, you’ll enjoy a delicious typical lunch on the beach in Manzanillo del Mar, before heading back to Cartagena by land.

Cartagena - Mud Volcano (optional - not included)

On the way to Volcano Totumo we’ll pass through several traditional villages, where you’ll receive information from your tour guides about the local history. Once you arrive at the volcano you’ll have the opportunity to bathe and relax in the fantastic mud baths before getting rinsed off with fresh water. You’ll take home some great pictures!

Day 17 - August 3. Cartagena - Home.

End of our services. All good things must come to an end, after all. Of course, if 17 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.


 Bogotá  to Armenia
Trayecto 1 sábado, 21 septiembre de 2013
Salida: 09:08 Bogotá, Colombia – Eldorado, terminal 2
Llegada: 10:08 Armenia, Colombia – El Eden
Aerolínea: Avianca AV9837
 Medellín to Santa Marta
Trayecto 1 viernes, 27 septiembre de 2013
Salida: 12:10 Medellín, Colombia – José María Cordova
Llegada: 13:25 Santa Marta, Colombia – Simon Bolivar
Aerolínea: Avianca AV9362


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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.