Colombia: Culture, Coffee & Caribbean

Colombia: Culture, Coffee & Caribbean

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Colombia: Culture, Coffee & Caribbean

15 Days Starting in Bogota and ending in Cartagena

Visiting: Bogotá Plaza Hotel, Bogotá, Neiva, Tatacoa Desert, San Agustín, Popayán, Cali, Hotel Hacienda Combia, Valle de Cocora, Santa Marta, Parque Nacional Natural Tayrona, Cartagena, South America

Tour operator:

Exodus

Tour code:

AAC

Guide Type:

Fully Guided

Group size:

4 - 16

Physical rating:

Leisurely / Moderate

Age range:

16 to 99

Special diets catered:

Vegetarians, Vegans

Tour operated in:
English
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Tour Overview

The majesty of Colombia lies in its contrasts. Here, cities moving at a blur meet time-stood-still colonial towns and ancient archaeological sites yet to fully reveal their secrets. It has the biodiversity to match: bottle-green hills, tropical river valleys, ochre desert, coastal forest and rippling mountains. And there’s a culture so deep it can only be fully appreciated in person. Join this highly varied adventure to experience the many faces of Colombia: navigating vibrant Bogotá, tropical Cali and colonial Cartagena; staying at a traditional hacienda in the coffee region; discovering the enigmatic San Agustín archaeological park; exploring the wilds of Tayrona National Natural Park; and meeting the indigenous Arhuaco community.

Highlights

  • Ponder stone carvings and tombs in San Agustín

  • Wander the colourful streets of Cartagena

  • Walk through tropical forest and along wild beaches in Tayrona National Park

  • Learn about the culture of the Arhuaco indigenous people

  • Stay on a hacienda in the coffee region

  • Visit the Gold Museum in Bogotá and nearby Zipaquirá Salt Cathedral

Itinerary

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Day 1 : Start Bogotá
Location: Bogotá Plaza Hotel
Accommodation: Hotel
Meals Included: No Meals

Welcome to Bogotá, the capital of Colombia, sat high on an plateau in the Andes. There’s plenty packed into this trip, but today we settle in and rest, ready for the adventures ahead. Aim to arrive at the hotel this afternoon/evening (arrival in the early hours of the morning of Day 2 is also possible, see Joining Instructions in the trip notes). There will be a message waiting with information about tomorrow’s meeting time.

Accommodation: Casa de la Vega (or similar)

Day 2 : Free Morning; Walking Street Food Tour Of Bogotá; Visit Gold Museum; Play Tejo
Location: Bogotá
Accommodation: Hotel
Meals Included: breakfast

Following our welcome briefing, in which we meet our tour leader and go over the trip, we get to know the city with a walking street food tour in the early afternoon.

On our adventure, we sample the flavours of Colombia’s different regions at market stalls, snack bars and street food stands. We taste a variety of fresh juices in a traditional fruit shop in the historic centre and empanadas vallunas (dumplings filled with meat, chicken and vegetables). We are also shown how Bogotá’s traditional hot chocolate is made and where it comes from. And on Plaza Chorro de Quevedo, we taste chicha (a fermented corn liquor from the Andes) and many exotic fruits at a small market.

Next, we visit the Gold Museum, giving us a chance to admire some of the 30,000-plus pre-Columbian gold artefacts on display.

In the evening, we head to a traditional, rustic Colombian pub for a game of tejo. This popular pastime was invented by the Chibcha people – metal discs (tejos) are thrown at targets called mechas, small packets of gunpowder wrapped in paper. The aim is to hit the mechas and make them explode! Two national beers per person are included (this is the entrance fee for the game).

Accommodation: Casa de la Vega (or similar)

Day 3 : Bogotá City Tour And Monserrate; Zipaquirá Salt Cathedral
Location: Bogotá
Accommodation: Hotel
Meals Included: breakfast

Today we take a journey through time from Bogotá’s Colonial era to the present-day city. From the grand Plaza de Bolivar and the surrounding government buildings, we continue to La Candelaria, the historic district, and visit the Botero Museum, which holds a wonderful collection of the Colombian artist’s paintings and sculptures. Walking along Carrera Septima, a busy pedestrian zone, we reach the Iglesia de San Francisco, the oldest church in the city. We then take the cable car up Monserrate (10,340ft/3,152m), a mountain from which there is a spectacular view of the metropolis and surrounding plateau.

Our day continues as we head out of the city and visit the Salt Cathedral of Zipaquirá. This impressive piece of ecclesiastical architecture was dug 395ft (120m) underground in a salt mine in the 1950s. We round off our visit with a quick visit to the town of Zipaquirá itself.

Accommodation: Casa de la Vega (or similar)

Day 4 : Fly To Neiva; Tatacoa Desert; To San Agustín
Location: Neiva, Tatacoa Desert, San Agustín
Accommodation: Hotel
Meals Included: breakfast

Early this morning, we are driven to Bogotá Airport and fly for an hour south to the city of Neiva, the capital of the Huila department and much lower in altitude and warmer than Bogotá.

From Neiva Airport, we drive to the Tatacoa Desert, about an hour away, an ochre-grey land pierced by green cacti. Here we take a two-hour hike.

Leaving Tatacoa behind, we drive south (about six hours) to the town of San Agustín, following the Magdalena River valley for most of the journey. As we approach, we ascend and the climate cools.

Accommodation: Akawanka Lodge (or similar)

Day 5 : San Agustín And La Chaquira
Location: San Agustín
Accommodation: Hotel
Meals Included: breakfast

We start the day with a short drive to the Unesco-listed San Agustín Archaeological Park, a vast complex housingan extraordinary and mysterious collection of pre-Columbian stone figures and tombs.The park is nestled amid lush hillsides and picturesque forests, which we can explore on foot along various trails (some of them quite steep), while the excellent museum offers comprehensive insights into the finds.

In the afternoon, we visit the equally remarkable archaeological sites of El Tablon and La Chaquira on foot. Approximate walking distance: 2.5mi (4km).

Accommodation: Akawanka Lodge (or similar)

Day 6 : Magdalena River, Sugar Mill Visit, Obando And Bordones Waterfall
Location: San Agustín
Accommodation: Hotel
Meals Included: breakfast

We spend today exploring the countryside around San Agustín. We start with the Estrecho del Río Magdalena – here the mighty Magdalena River passes through a section of rocks only 7.2ft (2.2m) wide. The landscape around the river is exceptionally picturesque. Only a few kilometres away is the small town of Obando, where we visit tombs plus a small archaeological museum. On the way to Obando, we pass a sugar mill (trapiche) where we taste freshly prepared panela (pressed sugarcane), a product found in the kitchens of all Colombian households. At the end of the day, we visit the 1,300ft (400m) high Bordones waterfall, one of the most impressive waterfalls in the country.

Accommodation: Akawanka Lodge (or similar)

Day 7 : To Popayán Via Alto De Los Ídolos Archaeological Park
Location: Popayán
Accommodation: Hotel
Meals Included: breakfast

A scenic drive today takes us from San Agustín to Popayán (sometimes on poor roads) – an 85mi (140km) journey that takes around four hours. Shortly after leaving San Agustín, we make a side trip to Alto de los Ídolos Archaeological Park. After San Agustín, this is the second-most important archaeological park in the area. There are stone tombs and carvings here. Continuing our journey, we ascend and pass through forested landscapes as we cross from the Huila department into Cauca and to the small city of Popayán.

Founded in 1537 by Sebastian de Belalcázar, this colonial city is one of the most beautiful in South America, with magnificent colonial architecture reflected in the houses, churches and bridges. We have a walking tour of the city.

Accommodation: Hotel La Plazuela Popayán (or similar)

Day 8 : To Cali; Cali City Tour
Location: Cali
Accommodation: Hotel
Meals Included: breakfast

We drive about 2hr 30min from Popayán to Cali this morning.

Modern, cosmopolitan Cali is a tropical metropolis with a zest for life and a historic quarter with beautifully restored colonial buildings, numerous parks and tree-lined boulevards. On our city tour, we visit: the old town, founded in 1536; a lookout point; a statue of the founder Sebastian de Belalcázar; and the celebrated El Gato del Río statue by Colombian artist Hernando Tejada on the banks of the Cali River.

The city is also famous for dancing, especially salsa, and an optional (extra cost) dance class can be arranged this evening for those who are interested.

Accommodation: Hotel Cosmos Cali (or similar)

Day 9 : To The Coffee Region; Coffee Cultivation Tour
Location: Hotel Hacienda Combia
Accommodation: Hotel
Meals Included: breakfast

We drive for about three hours this morning heading into the countryside and coffee region, where we stay for two nights in a hacienda with a coffee plantation.

On arrival, we have a tour to learn all about the coffee cultivation, harvesting and production process. We work our way from the harvest on the plantation to a cup of freshly brewed coffee. The tour ends with the best part of the process: tasting the aromatic highland coffee.

Accommodation: Hacienda Combia or Finca del Café (or similar)

Day 10 : Cocora Valley, Salento And Filandia
Location: Valle de Cocora
Accommodation: Hotel
Meals Included: breakfast

We start our day with a drive to the Cocora Valley, home to Quindío wax palm trees – the national tree of Colombia – which can stretch up to 195ft (60m) tall, making them the tallest palms in the world. This is an area of picturesque cloud forest and we have time for a short walk here.

Next stop is the traditional town of Salento, where we have time to walk the colourful streets or shop for handicrafts in this typical coffee region town. We continue to Filandia, another traditional town, with flower-lined balconies and brightly painted walls, doors and shutters.

Accommodation: Hacienda Combia or Finca del Café (or similar)

Day 11 : Fly To Santa Marta; To The Coast
Location: Santa Marta
Accommodation: Hotel
Meals Included: breakfast

We are driven to Pereira airport this morning and fly to Santa Marta, a city on the Caribbean coast. There is usually a change of plane in Bogotá.

On arrival in Santa Marta, we are driven east to our hotel near Palomino about 1hr 40min away.

Accommodation: Finca la Jorará (or similar) – please see accommodation section for more information

Day 12 : Tayrona National Natural Park
Location: Parque Nacional Natural Tayrona
Accommodation: Hotel
Meals Included: breakfast

We leave our hotel in the morning and drive a short way along the Caribbean coast to El Zaino, the main entrance to Tayrona National Natural Park. Following a walk, we reach Cañaveral beach, a wild and beautiful place and, from the top of a small hill, we can enjoy a spectacular view of the sea. The tour continues with a one-hour hike through the tropical forest to Arrecife, another beach. There is plenty of time to have lunch at a restaurant (not included). We continue our trek for another hour, passing beaches such as Arenillas, La Piscina and Cabo San Juan – where we have time for a well-deserved swim and a relax on the palm-fringed beach.

There are about four hours of walking today. The trail ascends and descends partly over steps and wooden planks and takes you through tropical forest with very high temperatures and humidity. Be sure to bring appropriate footwear (eg walking shoes), sunscreen, a hat and plenty of water.

Due to strong currents, many beaches in Tayrona are unsafe for swimming. Please consult your tour leader before swimming.

Accommodation: Finca la Jorará (or similar) – please see accommodation section for more information

Day 13 : Arhuaco Cultural Exchange; To Cartagena
Location: Cartagena
Accommodation: Hotel
Meals Included: breakfast

We start the day with a cultural exchange with an Arhuaco community. The Arhuaco are one of the many indigenous groups in Colombia, and mostly live in the coastal mountains of the Sierra Nevada de Santa Marta. The Arhuaco grow coffee and sugar and raise animals.

From our hotel, we drive along the coastal road to the village of Perico Aguao (20 minutes). Here we are met by a community guide and, after a short introduction, we begin a hike through the tropical forest to the indigenous seaside village of Katanzama. Our indigenous guide leads us through the houses and community buildings and explains the traditional cuisine and culture of the Arhuacos. From there, we continue to the plantations, where we learn more about Arhuaco agriculture.

Following this experience, we drive along the coast to Cartagena, a journey of five or six hours.

Accommodation: Hotel Don Pedro De Heredia (or similar)

Day 14 : Explore Cartagena; Rum Tasting
Location: Cartagena
Accommodation: Hotel
Meals Included: breakfast

We have a full day in Cartagena, a city jam-packed with stories, fascinating sites and colonial architecture. We begin with a visit to the church of San Pedro Clavér and the Castillo de San Felipe, a massive fortress where legends and secrets are hidden in its stone vaults. A statue of Blas de Lezo raises his sword in front of the fortress, a tribute to the Spanish admiral who defended the city against the British in 1741.

We continue into the bustle of Bazurto Market. Fish, vegetables, meat, seafood, clothes, herbs and spices, fruits, natural remedies and other foodstuffs are sold here. We can sample fresh juices and sweet fruits before heading back to the city centre. Entering the walled city through the official entrance, the archway of the Clock Tower (Torre del Reloj), we reach the monument to Pedro de Heredia, the founder of Cartagena de Indias.

In the evening, we walk to the Getsemani district. In a cosy bar, we try five different Colombian rums, catalogued as the best in the world – some as shots, others we sip, and others in cocktails. This explosion of flavours is accompanied by fine Colombian chocolate.

Accommodation: Hotel Don Pedro De Heredia (or similar)

Day 15 : End Cartagena
Location: Cartagena
Meals Included: breakfast

Our adventure ends in Cartagena this morning. If you’d like more time in this beautiful, intoxicating city, speak to your sales representative about extending your stay.

What's Included

  • Meals
    14 breakfasts, 0 lunches, 0 dinners.

What's Not Included

  • Single accommodation (available on request)

  • Travel insurance

  • Visas or vaccinations

  • Optional dance class in Cali

Food

All breakfasts are included on this trip.



Please note, Colombia is not very vegetarian friendly, especially in rural areas, where meat forms a major part of the diet and many soups are often made with a meat base or products. However, in Bogotá and Cartagena there is a wide choice. Breakfast is provided every day and is often eggs (fried, boiled or scrambled), bread or arepas (thick corn pancakes), local cheese, tea or coffee and a fruit juice.

Accommodation

The accommodation on this tour of Colombia has been chosen to give a varied and authentic experience of the country. In many of the cities we visit, we stay in characterful, historic three-star hotels in the heart of the old towns. In more rural locations, we have selected countryside retreats that hark back to a more traditional way of life. Our accommodation near Tayrona National Park is at a small and simple hotel that gives visitors the chance to stay in harmony with nature. Below is a selection of some of the places we stay:



San Agustín: Akawanka Lodge







Set in lush gardens on the outskirts of San Agustín, Akawanka Lodge is the perfect place to relax after busy days exploring. Rooms are simple yet thoughtfully decorated with hand-painted murals and wooden furnishings. The lodge restaurant uses ingredients from the gardens and orchard, and views from the terrace are spell-binding.



Coffee region: Hacienda Combia







Hacienda Combia is a colourful converted farmhouse dating to 1887. Facilities include an outdoor swimming pool and heated Jacuzzi, both of which look out over the verdant natural landscape, plus a spa to ensure guests' complete rest and relaxation. The hacienda also has a coffee plantation and offers visitors authentic coffee experiences in the heart of the coffee region.



Cartagena: Hotel Don Pedro De Heredia







With an enviable location within the walls of Cartagena old town, Don Pedro de Heredia is a charming hotel and great base for our time in the city. Rooms are decorated in a simple, traditional style with antique wooden furniture and exposed beams. The hotel has a rooftop terrace with panoramic views across Cartagena .



Worth knowing



In several of our accommodations, rooms vary in size, style and decoration.

For two nights in Palomino (near Tayrona National Park), we stay in a simple hotel a short walk to the beach (not suitable for swimming). The climate here is hot and humid, and there are streams close to the hotel where we can cool off. Rooms have a fan but do not have air-conditioning. There is no hot water in the rooms; with the high temperatures, it is not needed.

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  • Who is Exodus Travels?

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  • Are flights included in this tour?

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  • Is there a supplement for solo travellers?

    If you would like to be paired with a tour member of the same gender, there is no additional charge. A single supplement can be requested if you would like your own room.

  • Are flights included in this tour?

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  • Can you assist with pre or post tour accommodation?

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  • Are the local guides on the tour English speaking?

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This holiday was extremely enjoyable. The itinerary is well planned and the route takes you to a variety of destinations. Not having been to Croatia before I didn't know there were so many beautiful small islands and I loved the ferry and catarmaran rides. The coastal route we took was dramatic and the World Heritage sites in Split and Dubrovnik very interesting and worth visiting. The Adriatic Sea was warm, blue and inviting, good for swimming even in October. The hotels we stayed in varied in size from medium to large. I particularly liked the one just outside Dubrovnik as I had a sea view. Tourists were plentiful in Split and Dubrovnik but in the other places we stayed there was an end of season feel and it was quiet on the roads and in the resorts. The food was good and our guide was always able to recommend a nice restaurant for our evening meal. The weather in October was good for cycling - not hot, partly cloudy most days and one day it rained!

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