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Colombia Meetup Tour


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Meetup Tour

Colombia is the perfect trip to spice up your life. From local savory snacks and rich Colombian coffee to vividly colorful streets that come alive at night. 

We will experience all of Colombia’s best. We’ll hike in green, lush coffee regions, explore the Rosario Islands to see the true blue waters. We will even learn about the local women of the Zenu tribe.¬†

Our adventure starts and ends with the tastiest restaurants in Colombia making this trip the perfect place for a foodie to be. From small plates, coffee, beer tasting and rum tasing, you will not be disappointed on this Colombia Meetup Tour. 

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Try your hand at Colombia’s national sport, Tejo, an explosive throwing game¬†

Marvel at stunning street art murals

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Dinner at El Cielo in Bogot√°, named one of the 50 best restaurants in the world

Hike in Cocora Valley, Coffee Region

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Learn every step of the coffee making process from bean to cup

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Sample the Caribbean’s most famous liquor at a Rum distillery in Cartagena


Colombia tour for women in bogota

Day 1
Arrival in Bogot√°

Plan to arrive anytime before 6:00pm on the start of the tour. Our private driver will pick you up from the airport and take you to our hotel to relax while the rest of the group arrives. If time allows, we'll have a group welcome meeting. Otherwise the night will be free to explore the trendy neighborhood around the hotel.

Day 2
Exploring Bogot√°

Start your morning with a quick welcome meeting to get to know your group and guide before heading out on a walking tour of historic Bogotá. On this thread of peace walking tour, you'll understand how commodities like coffee, coca, native ingredients, and raw creativity are forming the foundations for lasting peace in Colombia. Enjoy lunch in the Candelaria neighborhood for a traditional Bogota-style meal. After lunch, you'll have time to explore the cool neighborhood around the hotel before an incredibly memorable dinner at El Cielo. Named one of the 50 best restaurants in the world, the avant-garde cooking techniques are mixed with traditional methods of Colombian cuisine for a truly unique experience. Meals: Breakfast, dinner
street food in bogota on women only trip

Day 3
Bogot√° Foodie Day

Send your palate on a foodie adventure through Bogota’s historic streets, market stalls, and decades-old bakeries. You’ll take in just as much architectural eye candy and cultural context as you will local cuisine by the end of this four-hour route. With every stop along the way dishing up a heaping portion of traditional flavor and ingredients, captivating conversations with locals, and glimpses of Bogota culture. The afternoon and evening will be left free for you to explore the city at your own pace

Day 4
Salento + Coffee Region

This morning we'll catch our flight to Colombia's stunning coffee region. We'll arrive in this UNESCO heritage declared region in the early afternoon. The afternoon is free to enjoy your cozy accommodations or walk around the charming Salento town. In the evening, we will enjoy night life the Colombian way -- with Tejo and beer! In Tejo, players throw steel discs towards a metal ring that is rigged with gunpowder which explode on impact. This beloved sport is sure to be a fun and cultural experience. Meals: breakfast

Day 5
Cocora Valley Hike

Get ready for an active but very worthwhile day in the Cocora Valley. The group will hike for approximately 3 hours along moderate trails in the valley to appreciate the towering Wax Palm, Colombia's national tree. Surrounded by a beautiful cloud forest landscape, you will be in awe with the natural splendor of this region. We will then head to the colorful town of Filandia to enjoy a delicious gourmet lunch, walk around the town, and appreciate the colorful local handicrafts. Meals: breakfast and lunch

Day 6
Coffee Tasting and Cooking Class

Learn about Colombia's most important export, coffee, from a local family that will share with us all the traditions and processes behind a tasty coffee cup. You'll follow the entire process, truly seeing what goes into coffee production from bean to cup. Afterwards, we'll enjoy a cooking class with a local family. We'll eat our delicious home-cooked meal for lunch before catching our flight to Cartagena in the early evening. Meals: breakfast and lunch

Day 7
Cartagena’s Old City

Cartagena's colonial walled city feels like you've stepped back in time. The old city is best explored on foot, so we'll start our day with a historic walking tour. Find Instagrammable backdrops in front of Cartagena's colorful facades, blooming bougainvillea bushes, and the historic city bell tower. After we'll sit down for a feast of traditional Coste√Īo dishes¬†prepared following recipes passed down through the generations and¬†meet the female duo behind it all. The evening is free.¬†Meals: breakfast, lunch

Day 8
Rosario Islands

Today we'll travel 1 hour by speedboat to the amazing Bendita Beach on the Rosario Islands archipelago, the perfect environment to unwind after a busy few days exploring Colombia. Relax on the beach, sip on fruity drinks and swim in the crystal clear waters. We'll return back to Cartagena for an evening rum tasting tour. Sip your way through the fascinating origin story behind the liquor of the Caribbean. With chocolate as your palette cleanser, this tale runs eight rum samplers deep in a cozy Getsemani bar and leaves you with a newfound appreciation for any rum-based cocktails in your future. Meals: breakfast
zenu heritage tour for women

Day 9
Indigenous Heritage in Cartagena

Travel beyond the city¬†walls to meet the women behind the Ninha weaving¬†workshop. They were the first group of women to receive¬†collective reparation for the armed conflict in Colombia, and we will hear their inspiring accounts of resilience while¬†learning the art of weaving Ca√Īa Flecha. We'll come back to the city for lunch. You will have the afternoon and evening free to check out the bustling plazas or grab a refreshing drink while feeling the¬†breeze and appreciating the sunset at Caf√© del Mar.¬†Meals: breakfast

Day 10
¬°Hasta pronto!

This morning we say farewell for now. Split a taxi to the airport with a new friend or stick around beautiful Cartagena a little longer. See you on the next Meetup Tour! Meals: breakfast


Colombia is known for its local owned accommodation, and we have chosen places with lots of character, color, and of course comfort. Here are a couple of the hotels we use to give you a sense of the types of places you will stay when you travel to Colombia with us.

Salento Real Hotel

Bright, colorful, brimming with fresh flowers outside, this is a small, sweet hotel with a homey feel and comfortable, spacious rooms. There is a delicious restaurant inside cooking traditional meals prepared with local, fresh ingredients. 

Salento Hotel in Colombia
Hotel 3 Banderas

Restored meticulously to its original colonial construction, this hotel blends right into the historic streets of Cartagena’s Old City. It’s interior features two lush garden patios, a rooftop pool and terrace, while its front door delivers you right into the heart of Cartagena de Indias and all of its best restaurants and attractions. 

Solo Women Tour Colombia

General Inclusions: 

  • Accommodation in twin rooms
  • Guide
  • Domestic Flights in Colombia
  • 9 Breakfasts
  • 4 Lunches
  • 3 Dinner
  • Local transportation
  • Airport pickup on day 1
  • All entrance fees and activities in the itinerary unless specified as optional

Specific Activity Inclusions: 

  • Dinner at El Cielo World Top 50 restaurant
  • Bogota Food Tour
  • Beer + Tejo experience
  • Coffee plantation tour + tasting¬†
  • Cocora Valley Hike Wax
  • Rum Tasting
  • Ninha Weaving Workshop
  • Cartagena Walking Tour
  • Speedboat Ride to Bedita beach + Rosario islands
  • Airfares
  • Visa fees if applicable
  • Travel insurance (mandatory)
  • Airport drop off
  • PCR or Covid test(s)
  • Tips for guide, drivers, etc

ARRIVAL: You should arrive in Bogota (airport code BOG) on the tour start date before 8:00pm.

  • Your program fee includes an airport pick up regardless of what time you arrive on the tour start date. If you plan on arriving a day or two early, the airport transfer is not included. Please let us know if you need early services, and we can add them onto your invoice.¬†

DEPARTURE: You should depart Cartagena (airport code CTG) on the tour end date after 10:00am.

  • You will be responsible for organizing your own transportation to the airport or onward travel arrangements. A return transfer is not provided.¬†
  • A deposit of $500 is required to hold your spot.
  • Final payment is due 60 days before departure.
  • Pay as much as often as you like until the due date.
  • If you cancel your spot with 45 days notice before departure, you can apply your payment to any other trip.
  • No refunds on deposits.

Last Updated December 2021

These are the most current Covid regulations that we have for Colombia. Keep in mind these may change on short notice, so please be alert for more communication from SoFe. 

  • The Colombian government requires people to present their vaccination card to enter restaurants, museums, and public spaces. Please keep physical or digital proof of your vaccination on you at all times.
  • Mask wearing indoors in Colombia is compulsory and will be enforced, even if you are fully vaccinated. The Colombian government requires medical masks, including N95, FPP2 and standard medical masks. Please bring several with you as you will be required to wear them when inside.¬†
  • All travelers to Colombia must fill out this compulsory check-in form within 48 hours before both your arrival + departure flight. Once you have filled out this form, please download the confirmation email. You may be required to show this at migration control in Colombia.

All U.S. citizens who do not also hold Colombian citizenship must present a valid U.S. passport to enter and leave Colombia. U.S. citizens do not need a Colombian visa for a tourist or business stay of 90 days or less or for cumulative stays of 180 days or less per calendar year.

For non-US passport holders, please check this list to verify the process for your country.

  • The itinerary is subject to change due for any reason – weather, unexpected cancellations, impromptu local opportunities, or surprise additions.
  • Comprehensive travel insurance is mandatory or you may be refused to join the tour. See our guide for help choosing a plan.
  • All bookings are subject to our terms and conditions.
  • The tour begins in Bogot√° and ends in Cartagena.

What our travelers say

My second tour with SoFe!

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“SoFe’s preparations prior to the trip were excellent and it was very helpful in getting ready for Colombia. I loved the food + graffiti tour in Bogota, as well as seeing the wax palms in the Cocora Valley. Also visiting the coffee farm and the cooking session was a highlight!” Selese, December 2021

Obsessed with Colombia

“This was my 3rd solo trip with SoFe, and just like all the others, this tour was AMAZING! Our guide Linda is basically my best friend now. I’m obsessed with her and can’t wait to go back to Colombia.” Kylee, December 2021

Unique and Fun Experience

“Linda, our local guide was fantastic. Everyone on the Meetup Tour was lovely too. I really loved the convenience of having all the¬† transportation and itinerary handled by SoFe. Salento was really pretty, and my favorite place we visited on this itinerary” Laura, December 2021

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