South America has had my heart since I first visited over ten years ago. Two years ago Colombia became my adopted country and is the real gem of the continent due to its stunning and varied landscapes. But it's the refreshing sense of the unexplored and the warmth of its people that really capivates those who visit. I look forward to sharing my knowlegde with you and helping you plan an unforgettable trip.
What places and activities do you specialize in?
"Discovering lesser travelled regions, hikes in the heart of nature and the hidden charm that Colombia has to offer."
How did you get involved in travel?
"Travel has always been an important to me. Discovering new places, cultures and countries is always exciting. I am always looking for new trips to organise and new places to visit. I love to organise and help others discover the true beauty that Colombia has to offer. "
Please share a unique travel experience you will never forget.
"A recent trip to the Andean town of Monguí and hiking to the Ocetá Paramo, home to some of the most spectacular scenery. There were very few tourists and being surrounded by views so breathtaking in such a tranquil setting was soemthing that will stay with me for a long time. "
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Cartagena has long been Colombia's top tourist destination. This is no surprise—it's one of the most well-preserved Spanish colonial cities on the continent. But what do you do once you've exhausted all the culture within the city's ancient ramparts? Let this be your guide to the best day trips outside Cartagena.
With 10 days, your family can easily combine three or more areas of Colombia thanks to an inexpensive domestic air service. And with so much diversity—from the Amazon and the Andes to cosmopolitan cities and quaint colonial pueblos—there are plenty of options for a tailor-made stay.
Colombia holds plenty of solid itinerary options for families with a week to spend. Combine city exploration with a visit to coffee country, check out the Caribbean coast, or head to the more remote southern reaches—wherever you decide to go, all three of these curated options are perfect for kids and parents alike.
With its colorful street life, intriguing colonial history, and tons of museums, Cartagena is fun for the whole family. The cobbled streets of the Walled City echo with the memories of conquistadores, as well as the calls of palenqueras (Afro-Caribbean women selling fruits). Here are some ideas that will guarantee a happy family holiday in Cartagena.
Colombia’s cosmopolitan capital is jam-packed with fun, educational, and richly rewarding things to see and do for the whole family. Plus, this nation boasts a warm culture in which children come first. Here’s are some favorite activities and venues that families with kids of all ages will love.
Recent trip reviews for Jess
Trip to colombia, Colombia - Dec 23 - Jan 6, 2019
Jess was very helpful in planning the trip and made all the changes we wanted. Laura took over and was super helpful when we needed to make a couple of changes part way through the trip. She was quickly responsive over What's App which made it much easier for me to communicate with her than through email. At one point we needed to go to the hospital and Laura arranged private transport for us at the last minute from Taganga to Cartagena and found out hospital recommendations for us which was... read more