Home to a traumatic but rich history, stunning scenery and some of the continent’s most welcoming and sophisticated people, Colombia is a natural draw for travellers to South America. Despite its four-decade-long civil war and a history of narco-related violence, improved security conditions have led to a sharp increase in tourism as its a wonderful place to visit
Foreigners and Colombians alike are now far more able to explore this thrilling paradise of cloud forested mountains, palm-fringed beaches and gorgeous colonial cities. The only country in South America to border both the Pacific and the Caribbean, Colombia offers a huge range of ecosystems, from the Amazon rainforest near Leticia to the snow-capped mountains of the Sierra Nevada de Santa Marta and the tropical islands of San Andrés and Providencia.
Adrenaline junkies might hyperventilate when they discover Colombia. From almost every vantage point there’s a peak to climb, an untamed river to ride or some sunken coral reef to explore. Colombia has a high concentration of Class II–IV rapids among the many rivers near Santander. Three rivers intersect near San Gil and offer some spectacular challenges to white-water rafting enthusiasts. Hiking in Colombia is second to none, be it jungle treks or attractive rambles. Our trips offer wonderful mountain bike adventures for all levels of enthusiasts. Whether it's a casual ride through quaint villages or a ripping downhill descent, Colombia has it all.