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Natalia Rojas

Born and raised in Bogotá, I have had many opportunities to travel around my country to get to know the diversity of cultures, nature, landscapes, gastronomy and amazing activities that connect tourists with the territory. I will be pleased to share with you the most authentic experiences and to capture them into a program that would make your trip to Colombia unforgettable!

What places and activities do you specialize in?

"I love to share with tourist new places that shows heritage and ecosystems in Colombia. I specialize in organizing trips to colonial charming towns of Colombia as Villa de Leyva and Barichara. I am also keen on nature activities as walks, rafting and trekking to discover the Coffee Region, the Tayrona Park and archeological places as San Agustín. "

How did you get involved in travel?

"I have been passionnate about travelling since I was little. I loved to visit the Coffee Region and the Caribbean in Colombia. I went to study English and French abroad and that made me realize that I wanted people from around the world to know more about my country. So I came back to study tourism management, in order to have the grounding and the experience to advise and encourage others to discover the magic realism that Colombia has to offer!"

Please share a unique travel experience you will never forget.

"A truly life-changing trip was my visit to the Pacific Ocean of Colombia. There I met the warmest people who live so happy with so little. I also watched the Humpback whales swimming with their newborns, surrounded by Flora and Fauna that only survive in this part of the world. I got to visit an indigenous community that amazed me with their values, respect of their nature, and organization. Definitely, I would love to share this unique experience with you!"

Featured trips & expertise

Discover Colombia's Cities & Beaches - 8 Days

This fast-paced 8-day itinerary highlights three of Latin America’s most exciting cities. You'll start off in the cosmopolitan capital of Bogotá to explore the thriving food and art scenes, then fly to scenic Medellín, a hip metropolis making a comeback after a turbulent past. End the trip in Cartagena's Old Town, a romantic inner-walled city with colonial history. Too much city? You'll spend an outdoorsy day visiting Tayrona National Park for a dose of rainforest and the Caribbean Sea.

A sample of Cartagena's beautiful colors and architecture.
Discover Colombia's Cities - 10 Days

Perfect for travelers who love urban energy and culture, this fast-paced itinerary highlights four awesome Colombian cities: Bogotá, Medellín, Santa Marta, and Cartagena — each with their own special qualities and vibes. Too much city? You'll visit a coffee farm in the Andes and hike through a rainforest for a dose of beach and Caribbean Sea to round out this fun adventure.

Cartagena & the Caribbean Coast - 10 Days

Experience stunning highlights along Colombia's northern coast in this active 10-day adventure. You'll soak in the romance and colonial history of Cartagena's Old Town, hike in Tayrona National Park, 4x4 through remote jungles, wander majestic sand dunes, visit indigenous cultures, and go birdwatching in Minca at sunrise. Circle back to Cartagena and end the trip with a relaxing beach day in the Rosario Islands.

A mountainous plantation in Colombia's Coffee Triangle
Bogotá, Coffee Triangle & Caribbean Coast - 7 Days

Colombia is a nation of vibrant cities, sleepy pueblos, and extraordinary landscapes: this action-packed 7-day tour gives you a taste of the true diversity of this country. Within the span of a week you'll visit the superb museums of Bogotá, savor freshly roasted coffee near Salento and gaze at the sea from Cartagena's glorious ramparts. 

Boat on Palomino Beach
Great Itineraries for Two Weeks in Colombia

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.