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Luxury Vacation to Colombia

Experiencing the breathtaking natural beauty, charming colonial towns, and
quaint coffee farms of the truly magical country of Colombia offers travelers a
chance to unwind, broaden their horizons, and experience a place that takes you on
a journey through time.

Whether you’re looking to wander through the vibrant streets of the modern city of Bogota, with its world-class street
art, experience the City of Eternal Spring – Medellin, or soak up the sunshine and natural parks near the colonial port
city of Cartagena – this diverse South American paradise is waiting to surprise you at every turn.
Explore Colombia tours that promise to reveal the hidden gems of this captivating land.

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Colombia

Colombia is a country where natural beauty meets unique biodiversity, historical sanctuaries and unexpected landscapes.
The country is home to the world’s rarest species of flora and fauna and indigenous populations and remote villages which
create an unforgettable experience for any visitor, whether first time or veteran. The country lends itself to unique
experiences that can’t be enjoyed anywhere else in the world other than your luxury vacation to Colombia.

Local Time
(UTC/GMT -5 hours)
Bogota, Colombia's Capital City
Colombia’s Population: Approx. 50.88 million
Official Languages: Spanish, English, Palenquero
Official Currency: Colombian Peso (COP)
9 designated UNESCO sites

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Signature Colombia Itineraries

Our custom-designed itineraries are suited to the needs and
preferences of each traveler, every time.

When booking a luxury vacation to Colombia, we’ll keep your travel goals in mind so you enjoy the spoils of this
untouched Eden to the fullest extent. Be inspired by a few of our signature itineraries, then talk with one of our team
members to begin curating the ultimate luxury vacation to Colombia!

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Best Time To Travel

Colombia’s equatorial position means temperature fluctuates by altitude, not time of
the year – making the country a year-round destination.

December to February is regarded as the best time to travel through Colombia – as the temperatures are dry everywhere
except for the Amazon. During this time, expect sunny skies and warm days – making for impeccable hiking through the
Andes and for hitting the bustling Caribbean coast.
April to June and August to October are generally considered Colombia’s wet seasons, where the country sees the most
rainfall and the least amount of tourists.

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BEST MONTHS TO VISIT

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Whether you’re in search of exhilarating adventure, breathtaking nature or
fascinating history and culture – leave it to the experts at Kuoda to plan an adventure
with personalizations, flexibility and unmatched luxury and sustainability.

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