Cultural tours in Colombia offer a rich history of diverse cultures and people.
Colombia is overflowing with varying landscapes and cultures, which vary greatly from region to region.
There are 68 official languages, countless museums, markets, craft workers and a wide array of historical ruins to visit.
The strong regional identities mean that wherever you are, you’ll encounter fascinating new histories and people.
The big cities of Bogotá, Medellin and Cartagena offer wonderful food, drink, markets museums and nightlife.
Travel into the countryside and Colombia’s diversity will immediately strike you.
Head further afield and visit its Caribbean Islands and it’s impossible not to feel you are in completely different country.
A tour to Colombia is guaranteed to be as varied as the country itself.
Incredible museums, from the Gold Museum to the Botero sculptures, and an incredible array of archaeological ruins, Colombia's rich cultural tapestry amazed me.
There is so much - and the locals are both happy and proud to show you their incredible country
Tom Shearman, Colombia
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Our bike tour was very good we had an excellent guide
Rio Claro was absolutely wonderful - the fact that there were many people there meant we mixed a lot and loved it. Amount of time there was just right.
Our private taxi to Rio Salento was with a lovely taxi driver, very safe, very polite.
Snorkelling was magnificent, a very nice place.
On The Lost City trek - the guide was Camacho, who was great. We were given fresh sheets on the beds at camp, the washing facilities are poor and toilets very basic. Camacho did a great job at looking after our diets. We had a big downpour one day and the path became a mud bath - Camacho was great at helping us along safely. The weather cleared and next 3 days were amazing.
Overall we loved Colombia - it was a lovely place to go and the people were really friendly. We had lots of laughs and were reassured knowing there was help at the end of the phone if need be.
C Crowther, UK, 2016
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I only made a flying visit to the Colombian Pacific Coast around Nuqui.
This is certainly a place to get away from it all as the area is like an island surrounded by tropical jungle.
Lodges with limited electricity, no mobile phone reception nor internet, masses of wildlife, whales, white sandy beaches, surf, jungle trails, canoe rides, lots of seafood and tranquility.
To many, heaven.
A Lyall, UK, 2015
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