TAILOR MADE TRAVEL & LUXURY EXPERIENCES
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Food & Drink
Colombia is known for its biodiversity, and just like its variety of people and unsurpassed natural beauty, it also has its very own delicious and unique cuisine. While visiting, you can enjoy typical Colombian food in the most traditional ways, from a night of comedy and laughter in a private supper club, to a romantic oceanfront meal with wine and freshly caught seafood. Explore the colorful markets and myriad of tropical fruits, choose autochthonous foods, and have a local chef prepare you a gourmet meal. Taste national award winning rum and aguardiente, and try viche, one of the typical ancestral drinks of the Pacific Coast. Be swept away by the enchantment of the coffee zone, where you’ll taste some of the world’s best coffee and visit a cacao farm where you can make your very own chocolate. Visit a historic sugar cane mill, where you can see the process of making mouth-watering panela and guarapo on a historical trapiche.
Each of these experiences is completely exclusive, tailor-made for our clients according to their wishes.
If you love nature and being outdoors, there is no better place to be than Colombia. From the Sierra Nevada to the Andes mountains, the Pacific Ocean to the Caribbean Sea, there is something to suit everyone’s adventurous souls. Take a four-day trek through the jungle to the Lost City, or hike to one of the countries countless lakes, waterfalls, and volcanoes. Mountain bike or cycle through the beautiful coffee region and its rolling green hills and valleys. Go whale watching in Gorgona, bird watching in the Cauca Valley, snorkeling in the Rosary Islands, or diving off the coast of Malpelo Island, some of the most beautiful and renowned places. If you’re looking for something more extreme, Colombia also has some of the best places in the world for kitesurfing!
These are just a few of the signature experiences we can design for you. Let one of our private travel designers send you on the best outdoor adventure possible.
For lovers of culture and exciting new experiences, there are various options to get up-close and personal with some of Colombia’s indigenous people. Colombia has 87 different ethnic tribes, spread throughout the country. In fact, some of the last living tribes on earth, that have little to no contact with the modern world, are being discovered in the Colombian Amazon. Our unique tours will take you by boat to indigenous communities in the Amazon, the Pacific, and the Atlantic. In Nuqui, take a boat through the mangroves and the rainforest where you will come into contact with the Boca de Jagua community, situated at the river’s edge. In Silvia, visit the famous market, where the Guambi indians come from neighboring communities each week to sell their homemade products. In Palenque you will find Colombia’s first free African-American Colony, having preserved many of their customs. And in the Amazon, you can experience new cultures, languages, and traditions.
This is just a sampling of the cultural experiences we can offer. Talk to us about your unique needs and we will create you a bespoke travel itinerary.
A View From Above
For those looking for a more elevated experience, our original sky adventures are sure to get you soaring. How about an air safari in the plains of Orinoquia? Here you’ll fly over 13 different natural reserves, while keeping an eye out for jaguars, pumas, anteaters, and anacondas. You can enjoy spectacular scenery flying over the Amazon rainforest and the Serranía de Chiribiquete, Colombia’s largest National Park and the world’s largest tropical rainforest. Here you’ll astonishing isolated table mountains, wide rivers, savannahs, and wildlife. Helicopter tours are another way to get a bird’s eye view of this beautiful country. Take a helicopter ride in Chicamocha Canyon where you can stop for a romantic sunset dinner, or enjoy a visit to an indigenous community in the Sierra Nevada Mountains before flying over the Lost City. Coastal flights over Cartagena and along the Caribbean Coast, the Guajira Desert, Calima Lake and the Cauca Valley, or the famous Penol de Guatape are just a few options.
Let us customize a Colombian air tour for you!
Made in Colombia
Do you enjoy learning new skills and crafts, designing and creating, and taking a piece of handmade original art home with you? Our Made in Colombia experiences are unique, exciting, and just what you’re looking for. Did you know that Santiago de Cali is the World Capital of Salsa Dancing? Take a class with a pro and then dance the night away in one of the cities numerous clubs. If you’re better with your hands than with your feet, you can hat-making in Aguadas, where you’ll learn how to weave your own hat from palm fronds, and bring home your own iconic wearable piece. Basket making is another native tradition that continues into this day, and in Filandia you can make a basket out of “bajuco”, a thin, flexible vine. Another popular Colombian art form is red clay pottery, and nowhere does it better than Raquira, where you can make your own useable dish to put on display and to use in your kitchen. In Mompox, the jewelry is characterized by the use of filigree, work in miniature dimensions. You too can bring home a piece of gorgeous silver jewelry after a visit here.
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Photo credit: CVC The department of Valle del Cauca is a fertile region flanked on each side by the Cordilleras Occidental and Central (Andean Mountain Range). Down its western slopes you will find jungle, swamps and beaches on the Pacific Ocean. The valley itself is the biggest sugarcane producer, the diversity of its ecosystem is […]
When most people think of Colombia, the first thing that comes to mind probably isn’t unique and delicious cuisine…but that is slowly and steadily changing. In the Cauca Valley in particular, the flavors of the Pacific, sweetened by sugar cane fields, and the myriad of exotic tropical fruits make this area a foodies paradise. Santiago […]
Santiago de Cali, best known as “Cali”, is the third biggest city in Colombia. It’s recognized as the capital of the “Salsa”, and the place for the famous fair “Feria de Cali” and the Delirio show. Between the vibrant and fashion districts of Granada and Juanambú there is a charming boutique hotel, inspired to a […]