Colombia Vacation Package Overview

Let us dazzle you with our customized Colombia vacation package. First up: the nation’s capital, Bogota. Here, you’ll tour the city and visit the nearby underground salt cathedral of Zipaquirá. Next, you’ll head to the spectacular Coffee Triangle, where you’ll tour the town of Armenia, Cocora Valley, in nearby Salento, and discover why Colombian coffee is the best in the world! Your trip continues with a stop in Cali, where you’ll enjoy salsa dancing and Cali’s unique metropolitan vibe. The Colombian Caribbean adventure winds down in the emblematic city of Cartagena, with its unique charm, warm sun, and magical Caribbean climate.

What you get

  • • 2 nights at a 4-star Hotel in Bogota
  • • City tour and visit to Zipaquirá's Underground Salt Cathedral
  • • 2 nights at a 4-star Hotel or Hacienda in Colombia's Coffee Triangle
  • • Guided Tour of Salento & Cocora Valley in Armenia
  • • 2 nights at a 4-star Hotel in Cali
  • • Visit to Sugar Cane, Pineapple, and Ancestral Trapiches in Cali
  • • 2 nights at a 4-star Hotel in Cartagena
  • • Walking tour and visit to San Felipe Castle in Cartagena
  • • Visit and tour of La Boquilla Mangroves in Cartagena
  • • Caribbean rhythms drum and dance workshop in Cartagena

A Sneak Peek

Evening skyline view of Bogota, Colombia
Zipaquirá's colorful underground cathedral
Salento valley region in the Coffee Triangle
Traditional ceramic roofs and pastel-colored houses in Armenia, Colombia
Cauca Valley sugar cane harvest in Cali, Colombia
Beautiful sunset over Cali, Colombia
Cartagena's famous old town's colorful balconies
Mangroves near Cartagena, Colombia
Cartagena's Walled City's colorful facades with topiary accents
Evening skyline view of Bogota, Colombia
Bogota's evening skyline
Zipaquirá's colorful underground cathedral
Zipaquirá's Underground Salt Cathedral
Salento valley region in the Coffee Triangle
Salento in Colombia's famous Coffee Triangle
Traditional ceramic roofs and brightly painted houses in Armenia, Colombia
Traditional ceramic roofs and brightly painted houses in Armenia
Cauca Valley sugar cane harvest in Cali, Colombia
Cauca Valley sugar cane fields in Cali
Beautiful purple skies over Cali, Colombia
Beautiful purple skies over Cali
Cartagena's famous old town's colorful balconies
Cartagena's colorful balconies in its famous Walled City
Mangroves near Cartagena, Colombia
Mangroves near Cartagena
Cartagena's Walled City's colorful facades with topiary accents
Cartagena's colorful façades and topiary accents
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Highlights of our Colombia Vacation Package

Professionally guided tours of our Colombia vacation package:


  • Zipaquira Salt Cathedral
  • Historic Center


  • San Alberto Hacienda Coffee Tasting Tour
  • Salento & Cocora Valley Tour


  • Sugarcane, pineapple, and ancestral Trapiche Experience
  • Half-day City Tour


  • San Felipe Castle
  • Las Bovedas marketplace


The following during your journey:

  • Private meet and greet at the airport in each city
  • Private guidance and assistance in your chosen language at every city
  • Knowledgeable guides
  • Service provided by our destination experts before, during, and after your trip
  • 24/7 assistance in case of emergency during your stay

Day by Day Vacation Package to Colombia

Day 1: Welcome to Bogota!

el dorado airport bogota

Bogotá is Colombia’s capital city; it is a cosmopolitan center of sophistication and has become an epicenter for business, politics, and entertainment.

One of our team members will greet you upon arriving at El Dorado International Airport. Our guide will escort you to your hotel and assist you with check-in. They’ll also provide a detailed itinerary of all the services included in your trip, along with other helpful information.

Day 2: City Tour + Zipaquira's Underground Salt Cathedral + Lunch

Zipaquira Salt Cathedral in Colombia

Today’s tour starts with a panoramic drive to Zipaquirá, Colombia’s salt mining capital on the outskirts of Bogotá. Here, you’ll visit the famous underground salt cathedral carved inside a 250 million-year-old salt mine.

Afterward, we’ll show you around the beautiful city of Bogota, its charming Candelaria colonial-style neighborhood, and other points of interest, like the impressive Bolivar Plaza.

Day 3: Inspiration Coffee

Colombian coffee plantation

Today, you’ll fly from the nation’s capital to another capital, the Coffee Triangle, where Colombia’s most famous export is primarily cultivated.

Our team will meet you at the local airport in Pereira and take you over to your hotel.

Once you’re settled in, we’ll head out to nearby Armenia and Calarcá for a tour and tasting experience at a delightful coffee hacienda!

Also, you overnight around La Tebaida, in the middle of the imposing Quindian landscape and surrounded by nature, color, and mountains.

Day 4: Salento & Cocora Valley

Cocora Valley in Colombia

On this day, we’ll head out to beautiful Cocora Valley, home to one of the tallest palm trees in the world! We’ll go on a guided walk of the area while learning about its rich and natural ecosystem.

Following that, we’ll head to the town of Salento, which was one of the first settlements in the region and still boasts some colorful colonial architecture.

Day 5: Arrival in Cali + Guided City Tour

View of Cali, Colombia from Tres Cruces

Today, it’s off to Cali

Our team will meet you at the airport and assist you with your accommodations and check-in. Afterward, enjoy a tour of this bustling and beautiful city. Along the way, you’ll see Ermita Church, Caycedo Square, the Municipal Theater, Calima Gold Museum, and the colonial-style neighborhood of San Antonio.

Day 6: Sugar Cane, Pineapple and Ancestral Trapiches

Cauca Valley's sugar cane fields near Cali, Colombia

Today, start an extraordinary journey through Cali’s stunning agricultural landscapes. Our exploration begins with a visit to a vibrant sugar cane farm where we will gain insight into the fascinating production of panela, or brown sugar, a staple in many households.

Next, we’ll visit a pineapple field and taste this delicious fruit before enjoying lovely cacti landscapes and a bowl of traditional sancocho.

Day 7: Charming Cartagena + Tour of San Felipe Castle

San Felipe Castle on the water in Cartagena

You’ll say goodbye to Cali’s landscapes and hello to the Colombian Caribbean Coast, and in particular, Cartagena

A team member will greet you at the airport and take you to your hotel.

Once you’re settled in, it’s off to San Felipe de Barajas Castle, one of the strongest forts ever built for a Spanish colony.

Next, we’ll head to Las Bovedas – a former armory-turned-marketplace lined with artisanal crafts, jewelry, and antiques.

Afterward, we’ll take a lovely walk through Cartagena’s old town.

Day 8: La Boquilla Mangroves & Typical Dances Workshop

La Boquilla Mangroves Colombia

Our tour begins with a visit to “La Boquilla,” an ancient fishing village situated twenty minutes north of Cartagena. Once a slave colony, this community is now home to many Afro-Colombian residents.

Nestled on a slender peninsula, La Boquilla is located among crystal clear waters of the Colombian Caribbean Sea and the “Ciénaga de la Virgen“—a vast lake surrounded by mangrove swamps.

We’ll embark on a traditional canoe for a serene journey through the mangroves, providing you with an opportunity to witness the unique fauna and flora inhabiting this singular ecosystem.

In the latter part of the day, we’ll transition to a vibrant dance and drum workshop. Here, you’ll be treated to live music and get acquainted with the exhilarating rhythms and sounds of Champeta, a musical style predominantly native to this region.

Day 9: Colombia bids you farewell!

cartagena colombia caribbean city

Today, we’ll pick you up at your hotel and bring you over to the airport so that you can catch your flight to your next destination.

We hope you’ve thoroughly enjoyed all the wonders that our Colombia vacation package have to offer!

Terms and Conditions

PRICES All prices are in US Dollars and are subject to change without previous notice. Unless otherwise specified, prices are per person based on two people in a double occupancy room.  

ITINERARY The itineraries are planned with great care. However, for operational reasons, it may be necessary to change the sequence of activities in the itinerary or the specified route, and though such cases are exceptional, in general, the itinerary should be treated only as a basic guideline.  


The passenger is responsible for obtaining passports, visas, travel insurance, payment of excess baggage, personal requests such as extra drinks, laundry service, communication (calls, faxes, emails, etc.), national and international airport departure taxes, gratuities, or other services and fees not specified in the itinerary.  


Some services may be interrupted or canceled due to climate conditions, force majeure reasons, acts of nature, strikes, etc., or others beyond the control of the hotels, airlines, other suppliers, or Metropolitan Touring or its associates. No reimbursements will be made as a result of such interruptions or cancellations that escape our control.  


We highly recommend that passengers get trip cancellation, travel repatriation, and international medical insurance to cover any inconveniences that may arise during the trip. We also urge them to check with their doctor to update vaccines and review medical concerns regarding international travel.  


Prices of air tickets are subject to change without previous notice until their final issuance. Flight schedules are subject to change by the airline companies up until the day of the flight. The airlines may place additional restrictions, limitations, penalties, and/or specific conditions.  


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a. Complete names and surnames  

b. Nationalities  

c. Passport numbers  

d. Dates of Birth  

e. Gender  

f. Dietary restrictions, if any  


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GROUP conditions apply to a set of ten or more travelers.  


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  • Meals or any other item not described in the itinerary. 
  • Early check-in, late check-out, services, and non-mentioned meals are in the itinerary. 
  • Personal expenses. 
  • Drinks during meals, hotel extras, and personal spending. 
  • Tips for guides and hotel staff. 
  • Activities not described in the program. 
  • Meals are not defined in the program. 
  • Airport taxes. 
  • Tips or personal expenses.