Colombia Holidays

Pushing its old reputation aside, Colombia is emerging to be the hottest destination in Latin America. There's so much Colombia has to offer you, from rare wildlife, diverse food that differs depending on the region you're in, wild dancing and a buzzing nightlife. 

If you're a history buff you'll love Bogotá. Full of museums and interesting architecture, the capital city houses the world's largest collection of gold. If your love of history is more Indiana Jones-esque, then you'll love trekking through the jungle to find the Lost City (Ciudad Perdida), lost during the Spanish conquest only to be discovered again in the 1970s. The perfectly-preserved heritage town of Villa de Leyva is a must for history buffs, where its cobblestone streets and pretty courtyard will transport you back to the colonial era.

If you have a heart for adventure, Pereira is definitely the place to go. It's great for mountain biking, hiking and horse-riding and for the truly brave - ice climbing and rock climbing. If that sounds too much like hard work, the surrounding Coffee Region offers plenty of opportunities for relaxation with coffee plantation tours and colonial towns where you can enjoy a leisurely caffeine break.

Colombia may not be the first place you think of for a beach holiday, but once you step foot on Tayrona's golden sands, you'll soon reconsider. Spend your days here snorkelling among colour marine life and dining on fresh seafood. Off the northern coast, the tiny island of Providencia is a peaceful haven where there's little to do except relax on the spectacular sands - pure bliss...


  • Get your caffeine fix with some of the best quality coffee in the world in the Coffee Region

  • Discover fascinating and varied history in the museums of Bogotá, or visit the colonial town of Villa de Leyva

  • Relax, snorkel and sunbathe on the pristine beaches on the Caribbean coastline

Key Info

  • Capital city: Bogotá

  • Language: Spanish

  • Currency: Colombian peso

  • Time difference: GMT - 5 hrs

  • Flight time: 11.5 hours to Bogotá

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Colombia has a lot to offer, including fascinating ruins comparative to Machu Picchu (but much more undiscovered). My favourite place is the vibrant city of Medellin – it’s shrugged off its turbulent history and is now full of trendy bars, cafes and lively salsa spots.

Colombia Trip Ideas

Here are some trip ideas to Colombia. All of our trip ideas shown below are examples, and we’ll amend, adapt or start from scratch, until we’ve created the perfect trip for you. See one you like, or have a trip in mind? Call us now to book: 01483 319 333

Places to go in Colombia

Here are some of the top places to visit in Colombia. Need some help deciding where to go? Call us now on: 01483 319 333

Map of Colombia

When to go to Colombia

Colombia is close to the equator, meaning temperatures are pretty stable throughout the year. Colombia does get some rain though, so the best time to go overall is between December and March when the rainfall is at its lowest. However as with most tropical countries, the rain is followed by bursts of sunshine – so if you don't mind getting wet, you can enjoy Colombia all year round.

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Cartagena & Caribbean Coast
The Coffee Triangle


Cartagena & Caribbean Coast


The Coffee Triangle