Colombia Travel

Colombia Travel Guide

Welcome to our Colombia Travel Guide

We know that visiting a new destination can be quite a daunting task, and to prepare properly there is a lot of information that you’ll need to know before embarking on your trip to Colombia.

We’ve put together some impartial (and hopefully useful) information under the following headings to help you prepare for your own Colombian adventure holiday.

Travel to Colombia well-prepared with The Colombian Project.

 

Colombia Travel Information

How safe is Colombia? – A frank and up to date run-down of the security situation in Colombia, written by people who live and work here and most importantly – who know. You’ll find that the risk of coming to Colombia isn’t really much of a risk at all.

Flying to Colombia: Comprehensive information for flying to Colombia with flight information covering Europe, North America, Asia and Australasia.

Visas: Visa information for Colombia.

Insurance: Buy comprehensive travel insurance suited for our holidays with our insurance provider – IMG.

Kit: Recommended equipment for our trekking holidays. You can also refer to this list for our normal holidays to make sure that you don’t miss anything!

Health: General health advice for travelling to Colombia. We also include some preparation tips for those who are purchasing a trekking holiday with us.

Climate: General climate and weather information about Colombia and average temperatures and rainfall in the main cities of the principle regions that we cover.

Frequently Asked Questions: Answers to our most popular questions.

Facts: A bunch of interesting facts about Colombia. Includes some lovely photos!

Essential Colombia: A collection of recommended reading, music and film to get those travel juices flowing for your visit to Colombia.

 

Are we missing anything in our Colombia Travel Guide?

We don’t pretend that we’re perfect, so if there’s anything that we’ve missed that may be useful to add to our Colombia Travel Guide then please let us know. Your feedback is greatly appreciated!