Colombia is an incredibly diverse country, full of mystery and magic. There is something for everyone to enjoy – beautiful beaches, cloud forests, national parks, modern cities, old towns, and expansive coffee farms. Colombia has risen from its conflicted history to become one of the most lovely and unique destinations in South America.
Enjoying a personalized trip to Colombia will take you on a journey through time, including the modern capital of Bogota with its famous street art, the extensive coffee region where high-quality Colombian coffee is produced, Chingaza National Park where you can experience the rare ecosystem of this beautiful but inhospitable environment, visit the City of Eternal Spring – Medellín – and ride the cable car, wander the old Colonial port city of Cartagena with its history and mystery, and enjoy the nearby beaches and Rosario Islands, and so much more!
Kuoda will get to know you and what you are looking for so that we can design the perfect journey exploring this amazing country, whether you are wanting to hike through cloud forests, wander coffee farms, sip a latte overlooking the city, enjoy the perfect weather on the beach, or a bit of everything. As leading experts in travel through South America, we can also add Colombia seamlessly to a fuller itinerary, including Peru, Ecuador, and more!
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Bogota, Colombia Capital City
Colombia Population: Approx. 48 million
Official Languages: Spanish, English, Palenquero
Official Currency: Colombian Peso (COP)
7 designated UNESCO sites
When to travel to Colombia? Being near to Ecuador where the Equator lies, the climate is quite stable. The dry season runs from December to March, and it’s recommended to avoid a visit in the more humid season from April to November, when heavy rains are likely. It is better to adapt travels to these indications, and to take into account differences in regions: for example, the Amazon with its tropical and humid climate; cooler at altitude; semi-desert in Guajira. Mid-December to mid-January brings Colombian vacations, and so can be busy country-wide. For the Andes, April to June and September to November are the rainy season, and so it’s recommended to come in other months where you can enjoy a temperature of 18-24 degrees Celsius (64-75 Fahrenheit). In the capital Bogotá the climate can be a little less welcoming than other corners, with a rainy season of April-May and September-December, and temperatures of 12-18 Celsius (53-64 Fahrenheit. For the coast, it’s best to look to the dry season between December and March, a nice 27 Celsius (80 Fahrenheit) and a refreshing breeze. Talk to a Kuoda travel designer today to find out when is the best time for you to experience the best in luxury travel to Colombia.