- Explore Bogotá’s historic Candelaria District.
- Learn the history of Bogotá and wander the lively Plaza de Paloquemao market.
- Take a jaunt through the idyllic Corcora Valley, part of the Parque Nacional Los Nevados.
- Learn the secrets of first-class coffee in Quindío.
- Enjoy the lush tropical rainforests of Tayrona National Park.
- Explore Cartagena’s UNESCO-protected architecture with a private guide.
- Relax on the golden beaches of Providencia.
- Stay at exclusive hand-picked accommodations.
Visit Paloquemao market, abundant with fresh food and flowers, and offers a great insight into the life and customs of Bogotanos. La Candelaria is Bogota’s heart and soul, from its humble beginnings this is the oldest part of the city and the Plaza Bolivar (Main Square) are high on any visitor’s agenda. The Square is the focal point of this historic part of the city.
With your guide the next stops will be the Gold Museum. The Museum is within the premises of the Banco de la Republica, and is one of the finest collections of Pre Hispanic gold in the world. This is a “must see” when in Bogotá, with more than 35,000 pieces of pre-Colombian gold works in the collection. The golden raft is one of the focal point of the display and was the driving force in the Spaniards quest to find El Dorado.
For many people, this is the heart and soul of Colombia, its cultural epicentre. With every turn, a spectacular panorama changes your perspective, from the rolling hillsides of fertile coffee plantations to plunging valleys and bold elevations. Staying in one of the many fincas or haciendas provides an opportunity to get a feel for the areas ambience and harmony and a great place to rest after a day exploring.
Providencia, also known as Old Providencia or Providence, is the smaller of the two principal islands that form the Archipelago; Old Providencia is more mountainous than its bigger neighbour, San Andres, and is preserved as a national park.
Declared a national park in order to protect its obvious natural beauty, the mountainous and verdant Providencia is inhabited by fewer than 6000 people. The island has a wealth of riches in pristine beaches and diving opportunities. Far more laid back than San Andres, one does not visit here looking for thumping nightlife or bars.
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- A Kuoda host to assist you in every location
- Meals as indicated in the itinerary
- Daily activities and excursions as indicated in the itinerary
- International flights to and from your home country
- Travel insurance
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- All gratuities
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