A WEEK IN COLOMBIA
From $1,750 per person based on double occupancy
8 Days / 7 Nights
Physical Rating: Average
- Small boutique hotels 3* or 4*
- 9 Breakfasts
- 2 Lunches
- Private transport for transfers and excursions. Modern, air-conditioned vehicles.
- Local guides
- Excursions as described in the itinerary
- Domestic flights
- Entrance fees for programed activities
What's not included
- Highly recommended for all participants on our programs
- International flights
Bike tour in Bogotá
Enjoy a half day bike tour of the city (helmet and bike provided). First stop is in La Candelaria, Bogota's historic center, a place where you can't miss the colonial era buildings and the picturesque views of the mountains. You visit a traditional fruit market, where we taste tropical fruits, followed by a typical small-scale coffee roaster. The bike tour includes stops in various neighborhoods including one that has some incredible street which Bogotá is famous for.
Lake Guatavita, home of the Muisca Community
Explore the Mhuysqa Community, head to “The Cusmuy”; a smoky hut where Mhuysqa’s elders gather around a wood fire, sing and drink “Chicha,” a traditional beer made of fermented maize. You will have the opportunity to share and learn about the culture and history of the indigenous community.
Discover an extraordinary country in which the pre-Columbian civilizations and the Spanish heritage blend into a unique culture that will make you fall in love with Colombia. Wander around Bogotá, the capital of the Andean country, discovering its secrets and all its people have to offer. Travel north to understand better the Colombian culture by visiting the indigenous community of Sesquilé and the Christian Salt Cathedral of Zipaquirá. Then, get in touch with nature while spending some time in the ecological paradise of Minca, going behind the scenes of the coffee-making process and discovering the breathtaking Tayrona National Park and its beautiful beaches. Finish your experience in Cartagena de Indias, one of the most beautiful cities of the Caribbean, known for its vibrating colors and its welcoming people.