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Encounter the very best of South America – the essential spirit of the continent’s culture amidst stunning landscapes. With mouthwatering cuisine, lively beaches, and adventures galore, a luxury vacation to Colombia is guaranteed to be unforgettable.







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Where to go in Colombia

Explore Major Cities

Discover all Colombia has to offer. From the stunning capital of Bogota to Cartagena and beyond, each city offers something unique.


Colombia’s capital city is a natural hub for finance, education, and commerce. Get a glimpse of Colombia’s rich culture with some of South America’s finest museums, art galleries, fine dining, and exciting nightlife. From the historic La Candelaria to the artsy Macarena District, there’s something for everyone in Bogota.

Coffee Triangle

Colombian coffee is among the best in the world, with a half-million coffee-farming families throughout the country. Along with being able to see where Arabica coffee is grown, you can also experience the beautiful national parks in the area and dive into the pre-Columbian history of the area.


The city of Cartagena is a city of magic. Filled with the best Spanish colonial architecture in the Americas, Cartagena’s multicolored buildings offer a cheerful, enchanting backdrop to a day of balmy weather and delicious food before dancing the night away.

Adventures you can’t Miss

Get A Taste Of The Caribbean

Colombia has a number of Caribbean islands nearby, making it easy for visitors to reach. Enjoy crystal clear waters and beautiful beaches where you can either go searching for marine life or relax in one of the many boutique hotels nearby.

See Megalithic Sculptures Up Close

In San Agustin, visitors can see the largest collection of ancient megalithic sculptures in South America. This UNESCO World Heritage site features a “forest” of massive stone artworks, monumental platforms, and complex burial mounds.

Enjoy The Modern Culture Of Medellin

The de facto capital of culture in Colombia lies in Medellin. In this metropolis, you’ll find the epicenter of fashion, design, and art along with a vibrant nightlife. With more than 300 monuments and sculptures in its plazas and sidewalks, the whole city itself has become a work of art.

Paraglide in the Chicamocha Canyon

Explore the magnificent views and natural beauty of the Chicamocha Canyon from the sky. Choose from several spots to launch into the perfect aerial adventure. Once in Barichara, you’ll find even more adventures with activities like mountain biking, horseback riding, waterfall rappelling, and rafting among others.

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Luxury accommodations in Colombia

Whether you’re looking for the bustling night life of the city or a beautiful seaside getaway, Colombia’s world class hospitality scene is ready to welcome you. Find the perfect luxury hotel to match your travels, no matter if you’re looking for an ultra-modern resort or a boutique, historic hotel.

Albums & Stories

Want a deeper look into the vibrancy and beauty of Colombia? Take a look at our meticulously curated collection of all the essential information and sought-after insights to help you envision Colombia as your ultimate luxury travel destination. Learn more about Colombia with our family photos, articles, and podcasts covering the history, geography, culture, and more to help prepare for your trip!

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What is the best time to visit Colombia?

Due in part to their altitude, Bogota and Medellin enjoy a perpetual spring-like climate. Daily temperatures in these cities usually range from the mid-40’s at night to the high 60’s in the afternoon.

Cartagena’s warm climate changes little throughout the year. Temperatures reach into the 90s, with 90% humidity. Welcomed breezes cool the area from November to February.

Hurricanes are rare, and even in the wettest season (September – November) monthly rainfall almost never exceeds five inches.

The climate in Colombia’s Coffee Triangle is consistently spring-like, with highs rarely exceeding 72ºF and overnight lows hovering near 50ºF. Sunny skies are the rule, although average monthly precipitation for April, May, October, and November can exceed six inches.

What language is spoken in Colombia?

Spanish is the official and predominant language of Colombia. In addition, English has official status in the San Andrés, Providencia, and Santa Catalina Islands.

English as a second language is spoken in locations frequented by foreign visitors, and it’s estimated that 4% of the Colombian population speaks it fluently. LANDED can offer bilingual guide services to ensure you don’t miss a single detail of the rich cultural information shared during your travels.

Additionally, an estimated 70 languages are spoken by Colombia’s indigenous populations.

What should I pack for Colombia?

What to pack for your trip to Colombia depends on which destinations you’ll visit, how long you’ll be away, what you’ll be doing, and the time of year.

Still, packing for Colombia is not difficult. Here are some of our recommendations:

  • Passport. Lock the original in the hotel safe and keep a copy (say, a photo of the passport’s photo page) with you at all times.
  • US cash in small denominations (clean, un-torn bills).
  • Airline flight information
  • Sun protection (sunblock, sunhat, & sunglasses)
  • Credit & ATM cards. ATMs are available and major credit cards are accepted at most restaurants and hotels. Please confirm your travel dates and destinations with your card issuers before you leave the country.
  • Camera, batteries, & data cards (or film, if your hands are occasionally scented by fixer or selenium)
  • Insect repellant & antihistamine (anti-itch) spray if you’re headed to the tropical
  • Prescription medications
  • Swimwear
  • Daypack or small backpack
  • Light, informal clothing for dining and hotel or in cities (it’s amazing how versatile a charcoal grey sweater can be)
  • Comfortable walking or hiking shoes
  • Electrical adapter, universal surge protector, & power strip

How safe is Colombia?

Generally speaking, Colombia is safe for foreign visitors. Travel anywhere, and you’ll want to exercise increased caution. All travel carries inherent risks.

Colombia’s civil war was settled in 2016. With that peace, the country has opened to foreign travelers as never before.

The larger cities do have neighborhoods with high crime rates, but those are not the places you are likely to visit as a foreign traveler. Still, petty crime is a reality. It pays to have a professional, private guide and heed his advice.

As with many countries with a history of conflict, border regions and remote areas can carry a higher risk.