Culture & Nature of Colombia

Colombia is blessed with abundant and sometimes unbelievable natural and cultural riches in all of its territory.

Its diverse geography means that the Colombia is home to a range of unforgettable landscapes such as glaciers, paramo (high-altitude tundra), cloud forest, humid jungle, savannahs, desert and coastline among others.

Our nature and culture tours incorporate a wonderful mix of these different landscapes visiting sites which aren’t readily available to the average tourist. Relaxing stays in rural farmhouses and lodges allow our clients to immerse themselves in the local culture, wherever we may be visiting. Beautiful hot springs and remote walks in the cloud forest leave our clients spellbound with Colombia.

We have access to the best national parks, nature reserves and fauna and flora sanctuaries in the country, places that we have been visiting for years and know intimately.

These experiences are just the tip of the iceberg of what we can deliver in Colombia.

Essential Info about our tours

Unrivalled knowledge and insight

 We are Colombia enthusiasts, its people, cultures, nature and history are the pieces we use to create adventures that will long stay in the mind


Completely bespoke

Our tours are tailored to suit the client, to the smallest detail


Value for money

 We select the best experiences, places to stay and people to work with


Open price negotiation & communication

 We work together with our clients to deliver prices that are mutually beneficial


Quality of service

 Excellent hotels, transport, guides and general service


Days 1 – 2: Fly to Bogotá, evening meal. Next day full-day city tour. Visit to Zona Rosa to see Bogotá’s night-life in full swing.

Days 3 – 4: Visit Salt Cathedral in Zipaquira. Overnight stay and tour in 16th century colonial town of Villa de Leyva.

Days 5 – 6: Fly to the UNESCO Coffee Cultural Landscape, city tour of Manizales, visit an authentic coffee hacienda. Spend the night in a Flora and Fauna Sanctuary for nature walks. Next day wildlife watching then onto a Colonial Coffee town for the evening.

Days 7 – 8: Visit to the Cocora Valley landscape for a day walk and wildlife watching opportunities. Transfer to excellent Coffee Region hotel. Next day visit to departmental botanical and butterfly garden. Afternoon at leisure on hotel grounds.

Day 9: Fly from Armenia to Santa Marta. Transfer to beach hotel on the Caribbean coast. Afternoon and evening at leisure.

Days 10 – 11: Full-day excursion at PNN Tayrona national park. Visit ruins of ancient Tayrona town. Next day city tour of Santa Marta. Relaxation time on the beach.

Days 12 – 13: Drive to Cartagena. Half-day afternoon tour of Cartagena’s walled city and major landmarks. Fly to Bogotá then onto London.

Day 14: Arrive home.


  • Bogota
  • Villa de Leyva
  • Zipaquira
  • Colombian Coffee Region
  • Santa Marta
  • Cartagena


  • Cartagena de Indias
  • Colombian Coffee Cultural Landscape

  • Cocora Valley
  • SFF Otun-Quimbaya
  • Quindio Botanical Garden
  • PNN Tayrona

City tours

  • Bogota
  • Manizales
  • Santa Marta
  • Cartagena

14-Day fully guided itinerary from $2,150 USD / £1,420 GBP PP**

(Based on 15pax sharing on a twin occupancy basis)

Private departures and group tours of up to 15pax available

**NOTE: Includes Bogota, Santa Marta & Cartagena

Mid-December, January to March; July to September

 Possible Especies

  • Cauca Guan
  • Red Howler-Monkey
  • Red-ruffed Fruitcrow
  • Andean Cock-of-the-Rock
  • Green Jay
  • Long-tailed Sylph Hummingbird
  • Cottontop Tamarin
  • Keel-billed Toucan

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What our clients say

“We chose to book our honeymoon trip through The Colombian Project and were absolutely blown away by Colombia and the service we received from Juan and his team…………..Overall I would say that The Colombian Project went above and beyond the call of duty to ensure we had an amazing honeymoon and a real once in a lifetime experience which we will remember forever and I am very grateful to Juan and his team for all their help…………..I would recommend The Colombian Project to anyone who wants a truly unique and personalised experience and who wants to get under the skin of the real Colombia, rather than taking the easy tourist options!”

Graham Lamb

(regarding his 2014 Colombia Honeymoon)