I am totally in love with Colombia and I am happy to share my experience with others, so they can also discover this magical place. I like talking to the local people, inmerse in their life style, hear latin music on every corner, learn about the miracles of nature, observe the diversity and try new things. For me every day in Colombia is an adventure of its own and I am doing my best for you to have the same feeling during your visit.
What places and activities do you specialize in?
"Colombia! We organize custom made trips in the entire country, even to some very remote places. We started as a nature and adventure travel organizers but now, after more than 13 years in travel business, we can arrange any type of trip: incentives, luxury, family trips, small and big groups, filming crews, jungle expeditions, you name it. Still, our philosophy remains the same - the trips are tailor made and always with the intention to show the diversity and beauty of Colombia´s nature and people. Thus, even if you opt for a very traditional itinerary, we will make sure you get to see the real Colombia and meet it´s amazing people. "
How did you get involved in travel?
"Since my teenage years, I could not stay calm in one place - all I wanted was to travel and see the world. So I traveled and lived in several different countries and spent most of my free time guiding and helping friends to organize their trips. Until I came to Colombia more than 3 years ago and totally fell in love with it, so I decided to stay and keep exploring this country of infinite hidden gems. Now I share my experience with other people who are traveling to Colombia."
Please share a unique travel experience you will never forget.
"For me all of my trips are special, unique and unforgetable. But if I had to name one, the first one that comes to my mind is the trip to Colombia´s Guaviare region. We were riding an old moto by some muddy roads deep into the middle of nowhere for several hours in a storm when we couldn´t even open our eyes properly because of the strong rain. Then we hiked through the jungle up to a mountain and out of the sudden we saw this - thousands of years of history painted on massive rocks. At that moment it didn´t matter that we were soaked and tired - we just sat down and admired that powerful place."
Featured trips & expertise
From the buzzing nightlife of Bogotá to the up-and-coming neighborhoods of Medellín and romance of Cartagena's Old Town, this well-rounded journey covers Colombia's best urban highlights, and yet breaks it up with outdoorsy adventures along the way. Starting in the capital, the two-week adventure is ideal for travelers who want to experience culture and historic sights, but who are also enticed by hiking in coffee fields, exploring a rainforest on the Caribbean Coast, and relaxing on white-sand beaches.
Colombia is a big country, and extremely diverse. It’s easy to find little-visited places of interest and intrigue tucked in the folds of the Andes or otherwise off the well-trodden path. Some are in areas that have only recently become safe to visit, such as Área Natural Única Los Estoraques. Others, such as Mompox or Capurgana, simply require a bit of planning to get to. The following 7 cool places are well worth seeking out to escape the masses.
This scenic two-week trip loops around Colombia's interior, focusing on two of Latin America’s most exciting cities and one of its best national parks: Sierra Nevada del Cocuy. Though it’s harder to get to, El Cocuy boasts stunning mountains, glaciers, waterfalls and lakes, and plenty of hiking trails, so this adventure is ideal for travelers who want to explore a lesser-known slice of Colombia's great outdoors. You'll also have time to explore Bogotá and Medellín, as well as the Colombian Highlands, Río Claro Nature Reserve, and Guatapé's lakeside region.
Planning to spend two weeks in Colombia? This amount of time opens up a wide range of possibilities to explore multiple areas of Colombia at a leisurely pace. You can visit a number of the highlights including Cartagena’s glorious Old Town, the stunning museums of Bogotá and quaint towns in the Coffee Country, plus a few off-the-beaten-path and adventure destinations.
If you have 10 days in Colombia you can visit two or three areas of the country, thanks to low cost airfares that can jet you quickly between different regions. Enjoy the country's dynamic urban centers, get out in the countryside for hikes, visit a coffee plantation and sunbathe on the Caribbean coast, these are just a few of the things you can pack in during your 10-day stay.