Cali is in southwest Colombia on the Pacific coast side. The third largest city in Colombia is the Salsa capital of the world. After exploring the city, learn the rhythm of the city with a personal lesson at the best salsa school in Cali. Next day, travel outside to the city and take in the beauty of the landscape and maybe try some water sports at Lake Calima.
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Explore the two brightest and popular cities of Colombia on an 8-day private tour with SITA. In the capital city, Bogotá, visit the historical heart, La Candelaria, and its splendid colonial architecture as well as the Gold Museum with the world’s largest collections of pre-Columbian gold. In Cartagena, tour the historic old town with its beautiful colonial architecture, taste some of the local flavors of the city, learn about its culture and relax on the beautiful Caribbean beaches.
Cartagena, one of the most well-preserved colonial cities in the Americas; it is also one of the most popular cities in Colombia. Cartagena offers colonial architecture, history, art, culture, a vibrant nightlife, and beautiful Caribbean beaches. Santa Marta is between the beaches and the Sierra Nevada. A walking tour in the Tayrona National Park will take you through the rainforest to view the native flora and fauna.
Visit the Colombian region, the Coffee Triangle. Known for its Colombian coffee produce, this region has natural beauty and a diversity of fauna and flora. It is also home to the wax palm, Colombia’s national tree and the tallest variety of palm tree in the world. Visit Colombia’s historic and vibrant capital, Bogota.
SITA takes you on an 8-day private tour of two of Colombia’s best cities: Medellin and Cartagena. Medellin, known as the ‘City of Eternal Spring’ is Colombia’s second largest city. Visit its historic center and listen to the traditional music. Cartagena located on the Caribbean is known for its walled historic colonial city and beautiful beaches.
Colombia is calling you to visit. Join SITA for a fun filled 11 days experiencing the best that Colombia has to offer. Start in the capital city of Bogota with its well preserved historical colonial neighbourhood and well-known museums. Discover the famous Salt Cathedral of Zipaquirá. Have an experiential immersion in the coffee world in Calarcá. Take in the beautiful Cocora Valley with its tall palm trees. See the revitalization of Medellin, the ‘City of Eternal Spring’. Visit the historic center of Cartagena and relax on one of the Islas del Rosario islands in the Caribbean.
Join SITA as we show you the highlights of Colombia. Colombia straddles both the Pacific and the Caribbean and its people are warm, friendly, and welcoming. Visit the capital city, Bogota. A city tour will take to the historical colonial quarter of La Candelaria, the Plaza de Bolivar, and the Museo del Oro with its collection of pre-Hispanic Indian gold artifacts. Travel to Cartagena on the Caribbean coast, one of the most beautiful and best-preserved ancient cities in the Americas. This old walled city is designated as a UNESCO World Heritage site.
Located in the north of Colombia, you will find Santa Marta and the Tayrona National Park. Here, the mountains of the Sierra Nevada crash against the Caribbean Sea. This mountainous terrain is almost its own independent ecosystem. On a walk through the rainforest, you can see different species of birds, monkeys, squirrels, and other species. Explore Taironaka, a natural and archaeological reserve whose territory extends over what was once an ancient Tayrona city. Learn the history of this thriving civilization.