6 Itineraries For The Ultimate 2 Week Luxury Trip To Colombia

6 Itineraries For The Ultimate 2 Week Luxury Trip To Colombia

A luxury trip to Colombia offers visitors a chance to experience the breathtaking natural beauty, charming colonial towns, and quaint coffee farms of a truly magical country. Colombia offers 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.

Kuoda is ready to craft your dream luxury vacation to Colombia –  no matter if you’re planning a first-time trip through the country, a  honeymoon, a nature-lover getaway, or are a seasoned Colombia traveler looking to enjoy a deeper dive into the country and experience destinations off of the tourist trail. Let our travel designers plan a custom luxury trip to Colombia. Learn more about our sample itineraries which give you two adventurous yet relaxing weeks, and get in touch with a Kuoda team member to plan out your ideal vacation, today.

– For first-timers

Exploring the Wonders of Colombia

Exploring the Wonders of Colombia

BOGOTA – PEREIRA – COCORA VALLEY – MEDELLIN – CARTAGENA – ROSARIO ISLANDS

If it is your first time in Colombia, our team can’t wait for you to fall in love with the country and its stunning landscapes, diverse inhabitants, bustling cities, lush rainforests, and beautiful beaches. On this tour, you’ll get the chance to travel the well-trodden paths at your own pace with this luxury tour of Colombia. Wander around the colonial streets of the capital, Bogota, before embarking on a luxury tour of other corners of the country. Learn the secrets of first-class coffee, get on two wheels to explore the rejuvenated Medellin, and soak in the idyllic archipelagos of the coast of Cartagena. Snorkel in crystalline waters, trek along paradise beaches, and float between the islands by boat!

Cultural Colombia Awaits

Cultural Colombia Awaits

BOGOTA – LAKE GUATAVITA – SAN AGUSTIN – SANTA MARTA – TAYRONA – CARTAGENA

Colombia has a rich culture that reflects a colorful blend of Spanish, African, and indigenous influences that have mixed together over the centuries since European colonization. Those looking to understand the complicated mix of cultures and how they have come together over time will enjoy a luxury cultural tour to Colombia which takes visitors to the bustling capital, Bogota, to the vibrant city of Medellin, to the Colombian coastline, a hub for Afro-Caribbean culture and more. Wander colonial cobblestone streets filled with colonial architecture in the cities of Bogota and Cartagena. Explore native villages and civilizations. Relax on pristine beaches alongside paths teeming with wildlife in Tayrona National Park, soak in crystalline waters and trek along paradise beaches.

This itinerary gives you the perfect opportunity to explore Bogota’s historic Candelaria District and learn the history of Bogota and wander the lively Plaza de Paloquemao market with an expert guide. Then, uncover the Legend of El Dorado at Lake Guatavita, travel through ancient archaeological parks, and visit indigenous tribal villages. Spend some time relaxing and enjoying the lush tropical rainforests of Tayrona National Park before ending your tour exploring Colombia’s crown jewel, the UNESCO-protected walled city of Cartagena.

– For Honeymooners

Honeymoon in a Wondrous Colombia

Honeymoon in a Wondrous Colombia

BOGOTA – ARMENIA – COCORA VALLEY – SANTA MARTA – TAYRONA – CARTAGENA – PROVIDENCIA

To say that Colombia is a romantic country is an understatement. Honeymooners can easily enjoy two weeks traveling through the country, eating, relaxing, and enjoying their way through the many diverse destinations of Colombia. From its picturesque colonial towns to its romantic beach cities, beautiful intimate properties, and incredible restaurants – the country is a honeymooners’ paradise, and Kuoda is excited to help you plan an incredible romantic adventure. Learn the art of coffee making in the Cocora Valley and enjoy the lush, tropical rainforests of Parque Tayrona. Relax on the golden beaches of Providencia and stay at boutique, hand-picked hotels that add to this magical experience. Kuoda’s travel experts are ready to plan the perfect honeymoon getaway to Colombia.

– For Nature Lovers

Colombia, Land Of Birds

Colombia, Land Of Birds

BOGOTA – LA FLORIDA – CHINGAZA NATURAL PARK – JARDIN ENCANTADO – HONDA – CUCHILLA DE BELLAVISTA – LAGUNA DE GUARINOCITO – EL PAUJIL RESERVE – RIO CLARO RESERVE – MEDELLÍN

Wildlife lovers will rejoice at an opportunity to explore Colombia’s incredible biodiversity.  Take in national parks teeming with birdlife in Chingaza, Jardin Encantado, El Paujil, and Rio Claro. With over 1,900 bird species—more than any other country in the world—Colombia is a bird watchers’ paradise waiting to be discovered. Explore highland regions, dry forests, and coastal habitats of these incredible creatures in search of an array of tropical birds, including flycatchers, hummingbirds, tanagers, toucans, and more.

Throughout your journey, meet members of the local community and learn about their conservation efforts. Whether you’re looking to head to the Andes, the Amazon, or the northern highlands of the country, Kuoda will design an itinerary that optimizes your opportunity to learn more about, and get up close and personal with hundreds of bird species you won’t find anywhere else in the world.

– For Colombia Travel Enthusiasts:

Colonial Towns of Colombia

Colonial Towns of Colombia

BOGOTA – ZIPAQUIRÁ – VILLA DE LEYVA – BARICHARA – CAMINO REAL – ZAPATOCA – CARTAGENA – LA BOQUILLA

Travelers often look to Colombia for the pristine beaches that line the Colombian Caribbean or the vibrant social scenes found in the country’s vast, metropolitan cities – but often overlooked in a country as geographically and culturally diverse as Colombia are the vibrant colonial towns that merge together Spanish colonial architecture and rich history and culture. Colombia is full of Pueblos Patrimonios (Heritage Towns), or UNESCO World Heritage sites – not to be missed; these towns add architecture, local charm, and rich history to your luxury Colombia itinerary. Visit the charming pueblo of Barichara, famously known as “the prettiest town in Colombia” Its cobblestone streets, whitewashed walls and red-tiled roof are an architecture lover’s paradise.

On this tour, you can also visit one of the most well-kept Colombian secrets – the colonial city of Ville De Leyva. With picturesque postcard views, cobblestone streets, and colonial charm that will transport you centuries back to a simpler time, this town is a charming break from city life. Afterward, we will take you to explore Cartagena’s UNESCO-protected architecture with a private guide and relax at an idyllic Caribbean resort in the beautiful Rosario Islands. The country has so many opportunities to sit back and let the country “wow” you with its beauty and charm.

Adventuring Through The Past, Present and Future of Colombia

Adventuring Through The Past, Present and Future of Colombia

BOGOTA – LETICIA – ARMENIA – COCORA VALLEY

Colombia is a diverse and dynamic country with a complicated past that involves indigenous tribes, the trans-American slave trade, and Spanish colonization which all play an integral part in understanding the modern culture of Colombia as well as the future of the country.

For those interested in a deeper dive into Colombia, spend two weeks learning the history of Bogota and wandering the lively Plaza de Paloquemao market with an expert guide, and uncovering the Legend of El Dorado at Lake Guatavita. Travel through ancient archaeological parks and visit indigenous tribal villages and learn more about the country’s evolution into one of the most visited countries in South America, and take a deeper dive into the cultures and people that helped Colombia get to where it is today.