Coffee region introduction: Salento, Filandia and Valle del Cocora

We want you to live the best experience during your tour through Colombia's coffee region that is why we designed this experience that combines our selection of nature tourism tours in this destination. During this tour you will get to know about coffee at a farm that specializes in this activity, you will also visit the botanical garden and learn about ecology and conservation. At last, you will visit the most touristic places in this destination: the colorful town Salento, Filandia and Valle del Cocora.

Eastern Plains Safari

During four days of expedition you will visit El Hato El Berlín, the Llanerazo Museum and the nature reserve El Encanto de Guanapalo. You will learn about their sustainable projects, enjoy beautiful landscapes and have an immersion in the llanera culture. You will enjoy a horseback ride with one of the best riders in the region and you will do 3 types of safari, you will also learn how to make handmade chocolate and enjoy a typical cultural show of the region. An experience not to be missed!


Luxury in Bogota, Amazon, Coffee Region, Medellin, Cartagena and Baru Island

We have designed this luxury trip visiting in 17 days the most worthwhile regions of Colombia. In this circuit you will visit Bogota, the Amazon jungle, the coffee region, Medellin, Cartagena and the beautiful Baru Island. During the tour you will have experiences as varied as staying in a jungle lodge at the top of a tree in the Amazon, tasting one of the best coffees in the world, strolling through the graffiti-filled neighborhoods of Medellin and relaxing on the beaches of Baru.

Bogota, Cartagena and Tayrona Park

We designed this 9-night, 10-day circuit that includes visits to 3 of Colombia's main tourist regions: Bogota, Cartagena and Tayrona National Park.

Birdwatching Tour in Antioquia

Colombia is the country with the largest number of bird species in the world: more than 2,000 in total. More than 70 of these species are endemic, more than 200 are migrants and at least 160 of them are varieties of hummingbirds. We invite you to explore with us this variety of birds in one of the most diverse regions of the world. This tour is based in the city of Medellin, which is the capital of the department of Antioquia. In addition to the city and its surroundings, we will visit the municipality of Jardín, a coffee-growing town located at 1,800 meters above sea level. There we will visit the PROAVES reserve in Alto de Ventanas where the Wax Palm, Colombia's national tree, can be found and there is the possibility of observing the Spectacled Bear. We will also visit the orchid reserve of the Colombian Orchid Society, the national flower of the country. We will be in the colonial city of Santa Fe de Antioquia, founded in 1541. It is located near the Cauca River, the second longest river in the country and has in its surroundings the last remnants of tropical dry forest remaining in Colombia. We will also visit the natural refuge of the Rio Claro Canyon, one of the most beautiful in the country, located in a karstic tropical rainforest and one of the relicts of Pleistocene forest.


After over two decades of living in relative peace, Bogotanos are finally getting over their fear of each other and starting to figure out their identity as a city. The result is a gastronomic revival, a rising tourism industry, a booming nightlife and a thriving arts scene—all of which have begun to lift the city up from its cultural and geographical isolation and to make it, for the first time in many Colombians’ lifetime, a destination. So if you are into being at the right place at the right time, look no further than Bogota.


It's been more than a decade since Medellin was best known as the murder capital of the world. And it's not the first Colombian city to creep onto our radar. First the laid-back appeal of Cartagena lured us to the Caribbean coast, then Bogotá began to hum with a design and culinary buzz. But Medellin's vibe is more cutting edge. The city has been investing in dynamic architecture (the boulder-like Biblioteca España, Museo Casa de la Memoria) and quirky public transport in the form of cable cars and escalators.

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