Magical Realism – Things to do in Cartagena de Indias The magical realism of Cartagena de Indias makes it an unmissable destination to include in any Colombia tour. The Old City’s colonial architecture dating back to the 16th and 17th centuries, winding tight streets,...Read More
The Colombian Coffee Region Lush doesn’t begin to describe the Colombian Coffee Region landscape, where rolling hills, valleys, mountains and volcanoes dominate. The foothills of the Central Cordillera provide the optimum altitude for the Arabica coffee bean plant...Read More
Beach Holidays in Colombia Our beach holidays in Colombia make the most of this tropical paradise, with more than 1,600 kilometres of Caribbean coastline including some of the best beaches in the world and over. Colombia also has a collection of spectacular islands boasting...Read More
The Caribbean coast of Colombia and Santa Marta At over 1,600 km in length, the Caribbean coast of Colombia is blessed with an almost endless array of beautiful beaches that are among the best beaches in the world. This epicentre of natural beauty and profound indigenous...Read More
Things to do in Bogotá and the Cundiboyacense Plateau With many places and attractions that are of great cultural and historical importance, the long list of things to do in Bogotá and the surrounding area make it both and excellent starting point for adventure and an essential...Read More
Your journey – Our passion
We create adventures in Colombia specific to your needs. We cover 4 vast regions and use our extensive local knowledge to get you to amazing places that most others can’t.
Our Colombia holidays use sustainable tourism practices, ensuring that you travel with us in a responsible fashion and that the things that we love to see are preserved.
£2,103 GBP / $3,342 USD PP*
£2,337 GBP / $3,714 USD PP*
*Based on a 12 person group and two people sharing.
In March of 2011 I booked a trip with The Colombian Project to visit a small town in Colombia called Salento with my son. Prior to the trip I was a bit skeptical about traveling in Colombia because all of the negative press that it has received in the past, but thanks to the people of The Colombian Project I was able to put these worries aside and enjoy my trip.