Over the last decade or so, Colombia has begun to emerge as a safe, friendly, exciting and unspoiled destination for travellers to South America, offering stunning scenery, colonial cities, a wonderful coastline and impressive national parks. After decades of civil war, the peace process is well under way and Colombia has opened up to embrace a new generation of travellers, keen to discover for themselves the delights that the country has to offer.
Please take a look at this article on Colombia which appeared in the Sunday Times on 7 October 2018.
Cool Colombia: Now is the time to experience the South American country’s natural highs says Alex Robinson.
Tailor-Made Itineraries to Colombia:
At Revealed Travel we have considerable expertise in building tailor-made itineraries for travel to Colombia and we can adapt any or our suggested tours to to suit your own particular needs. Please click onto the links for further information:
Highlights of Colombia: Bogotá– Salt Cathedral – Coffee Region – Cartagena – Tayrona National Park
Classic Colombia: Bogota – Salt Cathedral – Villa de Leyva – Tayrona National Park – Cartagena – Islands.
Coffee, Cultura and Salsa: Bogota – Coffee Zone – Cali – Cartagena
Off the Beaten Track: Bogota – Coffee Zone – Medellin – San Agustin
If you wish to combine Colombia with Panama, the Galapagos Islands or Machu Picchu, please contact us and speak to one of our team of dedicated travel specialists who will be able to discuss the options and help you plan your trip.
Small Group Tours
If you prefer to travel with others and to be accompanied by a Tour Leader throughout your entire trip Revealed Travel also offer a variety of Escorted Small-Group Tours of fixed length, departing on fixed dates, and following a pre-set, fixed itinerary.
Amongst the cruises we offer in Central and South America are some fabulous itineraries which include Colombia:
Central America Explorer: San Blas Islands; Cartagena and Rosario Islands; San Andres and Providencia; Miskito Cayes; Guanaja; Jeanette Kawas National Park; Blackbird Caye; Turneffe Atoll; Cozumel.
Tall Ship Caribbean Cruise: Barbados – St Lucia – Grenadines – Grenada – Bonaire – Curaçao – Aruba – Cartagena (Colombia) – San Bernando Islands (Colombia) – San Blas (Panama) – Panama Canal – Balboa
Florida to California: Miami – Cayman Islands – Cartagena (Colombia) – Panama Canal – Punta Arenas (Costa Rica) – Corinto (Nicaragua) – Puerto Quetzal (Guatemala) – Acapulco (Mexico) – Cabo San Lucas (Mexico) – San Diego
The advantage of taking a cruise is that you can get to visit a number of places without the hassle of having to be constantly checking in and out of different hotels and (perhaps) facing long journeys by land between them. Cruises tend to continue sailing at night saving time wherever you go.
Climate: The dry season in most of the country is December to April while May to November are the wettest months. In the Amazon region humidity and rainfall is at its lowest in July-Sept. It gets quite cool in the Andes in June to August.
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