Venture deep into the jungle in search of the Lost City of Ciudad Perdida on this intrepid trek. Hike through indigenous villages, traverse the Buritaca river, sleep in hammocks under the stars and climb 1,200 mossy steps to reach the Lost City. Enjoy amazing views of this magical site and be amazed at the intricate staircases, terraces and complex system of the pathways and gorgeous scenery and landscapes. Starts and finishes in Santa Marta.
This fabulous package offers a new adventure every day. On Day 1, enjoy a city tour of colourful Cartagena - learn about its colonial history, fortress and many monuments and buildings. On Day 2, cruise over the crystal clear waters to the Rosario Islands National Park where you'll spend a night in paradise. Go snorkelling, take a nature walk or laze around on the beautiful beaches. Head back to Cartagena to continue your adventure.
This is your chance to learn all about coffee on a tour of a plantation set on the steep hills typical of this area. The crop creates a green carpeting of coffee plants that extend to the horizon, interrupted only by fincas covered in flowers. You'll discover how coffee is prepared and toasted. Why not do an optional tour? Head of rafting or horse riding, take a lesson in coffee tasting or learn how to prepare the perfect cappuccino or espresso!
Explore Colombia's beautiful Caribbean coast around Parque Tayrona. Hit up the white sand beaches, dense jungle and tropical mangroves of sprawling Parque Tayrona National Park. Hope onto a local boat at the Bay of ayraca, then sail around the cove to Playa Cristal. This stunning beach is ideal for sunbathing and paddling between coral reefs. Explore, soak up the rays and check out the beach. Bliss!
Arrive in Medellin, once on the most dangerous cities in the world, now a thriving metropolis. Check in, chill in a bar in Zona Rosa or relax in a garden hammock. Next day, explore the city; see Parque San Antonio with its Botero sculptures, the Cathedral and Nutibara hill for panoramic views. Day 3, learn about Pablo Escobar, Colombia's infamous drug lord and the projects that fostered the city's change.