Colombia is home to many examples of spectacular architecture. In addition to the sprawling and towering Bogota, small towns such as Villa de Leyva offer a glimpse into the archaeological history of Colombia, which is heavily influenced by Spanish colonialism.
See Colombia Travel’s Archaeological Tours will give you the chance to see some of the best examples of colonial architecture in South America, from small colonial towns to the impact of colonialism on the architecture of Cartagena and Medellin. Archaeological Tours also take you to some of Colombia’s more quirky architectural jewels, such its famed Salt Cathedral in Zipaquira. Archaeological tours are sure to satisfy your thirst for knowledge, and much more.
This tour gives you an opportunity to visit three of the top five Colombia destinations: Bogota, the Coffee Triangle and Cartagena. There’s also plenty of things you can opt to do, such as horseback riding and trekking. Your first destination, Bogota, is [...] More Details
This tour offers you the chance to see some of Colombia’s diverse, fascinating wildlife, exploring the Colombian Amazon and learning more about the indigenous tribes that have lived in this area. Seeing such a biologically rich face of Colombia will leave yo [...] More Details
This tour takes you to two of Colombia’s metropolitan highlights - the dynamic cultural haven of Bogota and the laid back, enchanting Cartagena (named a UNESCO World Heritage site). In Bogota you’ll have the opportunity to see all the must-see parts of the [...] More Details
This tour starts in Bogota, allowing you to experience Colombia’s beating heart for yourself. With a vibrant nightlife and burgeoning cultural scene, Bogota is an unforgettable city. Upon leaving this time machine, you will have the opportunity to drink up [...] More Details
Starting out you will visit the enchanting city of Cartagena, whose narrow, cobbled streets recall the colonial days. From Cartagena there’s easy access to the Tayrona National Park, where you can relax on one of its many pristine beaches before heading to S [...] More Details
What better way to try the world´s best coffee than to travel to the heart of the Colombia Coffee Triangle? This area boasts scenery as rich as its coffee, and it’s a great place to go horseback riding or trekking. Next, you will head to Medellin, a city fa [...] More Details