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Luxury Colombia Tours

Inspired Luxury travel to Colombia, designed for you

Captivating cities, incredible landscapes and bucket loads of charm

The gateway to South America, Colombia does a wonderful job of introducing people to this incredible continent. Its diversity is staggering: golden beaches, arid desert, lush rainforest, and vibrant cities sit snug within its borders and it is surrounded by not one but two oceans. It’s fair to say that as far as first impressions go, Colombia does a fine job.

This is a country that has had its fair share of bad press but its transformation in the last 25 years has been nothing short of remarkable. Cities that once hit the headlines for all the wrong reasons are are now bustling hubs of art and culture. Bogota and Medellin are thriving metropoles bursting at the seams with galleries and museums that celebrate creativity in all its forms. From the bulbous sculptures of Fernando Botero to dazzling displays of pre-Colombian gold, there is so much to discover in these exciting cities.

The charming colonial towns of Villa de Leyva and Barichara with their cobbled streets and whitewashed houses are the perfect tonic after a few days in the capital. You’ll be drinking it by the cupful in Colombia so make sure you spend some time learning how caffeine gets its kick in the coffee triangle. This is a beautiful corner of the country, characterised by rolling hills blanketed in plantations.

The north is home to the impossibly romantic city of Cartagena, Caribbean in every way, as well as Tayrona National Park and the Sierra Nevada de Sant Marta. This part of Colombia is where salsa catches on the breeze, peaceful rivers give way to the wild waters of the Caribbean and toucans and hummingbirds flit through the jungle.

Tourism is relatively new to Colombia but those who choose to visit never fail to be won over by its outstanding natural beauty and the warmth of its people.

Whatever you want from your Latin America tour, our team of expert travel designers are ready to help.

Our Top Example Trips


Relax in the balmy tropical paradise of Tayrona National Park and explore romantic Cartagena

Need to Know

is the local time
Colombian Peso
Colombian Peso is the local currency
is the capital city
is Colombia's national dish

When to go

All year round is fine to travel through Colombia. The average daily temperature is 27°c (81°F), and the rainy (albeit low) season is from May to October.

When is the best time to visit Colombia?
Five Reasons to go to Colombia

Meet your Latin America Team


Since I can remember, I’ve felt a strong desire for travelling and exploring the world.

Travel Designer

I have travelled and worked all over the world, but my last stint was out in Latin America.

Travel Designer

I first travelled to South America with my father in 2008, and I caught the bug. Fortunately, not a real bug, the travelling bug, and I’ve not stopped returning to the continent since.

Travel Designer

A love of travel and exploring different cultures might just be in my DNA, being part Swedish and part Peruvian.

Travel Designer

Ask me about scuba diving, trekking, and culinary adventures.

Travel Designer

Ask me about trekking, diving, Inca culture, handicrafts and souvenirs.

Travel Designer

I spent my time in Central America exploring spectacular beaches in Mexico, learning to scuba dive in Honduras and hiking around the lush green volcanic landscapes in Guatemala.

Travel Designer

Ask me about wildlife, restaurants, Antarctica cruises, Galapagos islands and exploring Chile & Argentina from desert and waterfalls all the way south to Patagonia.


Travelling changes you in so many ways, that it is impossible to try to explain it with words. It is something you need to experience.

Travel Designer

My most memorable travel experience to date was a trip to the Galapagos Islands – one of the most extraordinary places I’ve ever visited. Out of a love for hiking and the mountains, I’ve been out and about in some of the highest peaks in Europe, so naturally, Patagonia is top on the list of places to visit.

Start planning your trip by speaking to someone who knows this destination inside out.

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