Sometimes the best experiences come in small packages. Short stays, extended business trips, specific interests or any other event in which you don’t have enough time for doing a full circuit are the best chances for embarking into one of our short trips. Do them as standalone travel experiences or tag them onto the start or end of another trip you have.

Minga Coffee Experience

From USD 85 per person | 5 hours

Land transportation for 40 minutes to Minca, ecological hike through waterfalls, visit to a coffee and cocoa plantation, where the process from planting to harvesting is taught. Time for lunch at the coffee plantation.

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City Tour - Barranquilla

From USD 75 per person | 4 hours

Ground transportation from Santa Marta to Barranquilla (2 hours), tour of the El Prado neighborhood, cathedral, river walkway, visit to the carnival house, free time.

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Tour Playa Blanca with Marine World

From USD 55 per person | 6 hours

Boat ride to Blanca beach, swimming time to enjoy its crystalline waters. Visit to the Marine World, where you can appreciate different marine species of the region.

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Tour Aracataca and Macondo

From USD 125 per person | 5 hours

Ground transportation from Santa Marta to Aracataca for an hour and a half, tour of the old town, visit to the Gabriel Garcia Marques House Museum, Cathedral, Remedios Park, Telegraph House.

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City Tour - Santa Marta

From USD 75 per person | 4 hours

Cultural tour of the city of Santa Marta, visiting the Quinta de San Pedro Alejandrino, Tayrona Archaeological Museum, Cathedral of Santa Marta, Historic Center, Rodadero. 

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Rumba in Chiva - Traditional

From USD 30 per person | 4 hours

We depart from the pick-up point aboard a typical colorful chiva. During the tour you can enjoy an entertainer, crossover music, water, beers and/or national liquors. Tour through Bocagrande, historic center, stop at San Felipe castle where we disembark for 40 minutes to enjoy the typical fried Cartagena and continue the tour through the old […]

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Tour of The Totumo Volcano - Lodotherapy

From USD 55 per person | 4 hours

Don't miss the opportunity to visit the only medicinal mud volcano in the area, located on the outskirts of the city. It will allow you to take a refreshing therapeutic bath in one of its pools, which contain healing properties. Afterwards, you will enjoy a delicious swim in the fresh water lagoon, then we will […]

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Caribbean Gastronomic Tour

From USD 130 per person | 7 hours

This tour is a walk, accompanied by a tour guide explaining the origin and the root of the Caribbean flavors and how to prepare them, in this tour we will have 5 stops starting with a stop at the traditional patacones with coastal cheese, shrimp cocktail, native fruits, typical sweets, then we continue the tour […]

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Palenque Tour with Natives

From USD 130 per person | 7 hours

Spectacular experience of approach to the African culture in a special visit to the town of Palenque (first free town of America), located approximately 1 hour and a half from the city of Cartagena. This experience shows the history of San Basilio de Palenque narrated directly by a native of the population who will be […]

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Isla del Rosario - Bora Bora Island VIP plan

From USD 115 per person | 7 hours

Trip to the sighting of crystal clear waters and sea of a thousand colors, archipelago of the rosary, arrival to exclusive island of your choice with facilities equipped with freshwater pool, sun chairs, relaxation kiosks, privileged extension of beaches and calm waters for total enjoyment and relaxation.

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The colourful, colonial streets within Cartagena’s Walled City beckon you in with horse-drawn carriages, cobbled alleys and the vibrant Palenqueras selling fruit to travellers. Get your taste buds tingling with an exclusive rum tasting session or Caribbean cooking class before our guide unveils the history of the colonial mansions and plazas that reside here.


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.


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.

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