Day 1-2: Arrival in Bogotá
Arrive in Bogotá, the capital city of Colombia, and spend the first two days exploring the city.
Visit the historic center, including the Plaza de Bolívar and the Gold Museum, and take a stroll through the trendy neighborhoods of La Candelaria and Chapinero.
At night, make sure to visit Andres Carne de Res, a unique restaurant/bar with the most vibrant and fun atmosphere ever.
Day 3: Drive to Cocora Valley
Rent a car and drive to Cocora Valley, a stunning valley located in the heart of the Andes Mountains.
Spend the day exploring the valley, including the iconic Wax Palms, the tallest palms in the world. Go to nearby Salento for a delicious lunch.
Visit an Hacienda Cafetera, a typical Colombian coffee farm, and learn all about the secrets of Colombian Coffee.
Day 4-5: Drive to Villa de Leyva
Drive to Villa de Leyva, a colonial town located in the Andes Mountains.
Spend two days exploring the town, including the largest main square in South America and the nearby Pozos Azules, a series of blue-green pools.
Day 6-7: Fly to Cartagena
From the nearest airport, fly to Cartagena, a colonial city on the Caribbean coast, and spend two days exploring the city and its surroundings.
Visit the historic center, including the walled city, the Palace of the Inquisition, and the Castillo San Felipe de Barajas. Also, walk through the streets of Getsemani.
Take a boat to visit the Rosario Islands and enjoy the turquoise waters.
Day 8-9: Fly to Medellín
Fly to Medellín, one of the most vibrant cities in Colombia, and spend two days exploring the city and its surroundings.
Visit the Botanical Garden, the Pueblito Paisa, and take a ride on the Metrocable, an aerial cable car system, for a panoramic view of the city.
Day 10: Return to Bogotá
Return to Bogotá and spend the night in the city before departing for home. It might also a good chance to return to Andres Carne de Res…