Colombia

Travelers: up to 18
10 Days
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Meetup Tour

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Colombia
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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Highlights

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Bogotá night life with a beer and tejo tour

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Savory Caribbean food at the famous Celele Colombian restaurant

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Local Colombian rum tasting

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Spend time with women from Zenu indigenous heritage

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Hike in Cocora Valley, Coffee Region

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Bendita Beach on Rosario Islands

Itinerary

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Day 1
Bogotá Airport Pickup

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. Tonight we're hitting the town with a welcome dinner you won't forget. 
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To welcome you to Colombia, we are taking you to the innovative El Cielo restaurant. Combining physics and chemistry with the ingredients on hand, El Cielo by Colombian chef Juan Manuel Barrientos is a multi-sensory dining experience known for its creative multi-course tasting menu that rotates monthly. Dishes like confit liquid nitrogen are just some of the kitchen lab concoctions you may see on your plate at this outside-the-box restaurant. Meals: dinner

Colombia tour for women in bogota

Day 2
Bogotá

Sample the breadth of perspectives and projects playing a part in Colombia’s dramatic rebirth on this weaving peace tour through Bogota’s historic epicenter.
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Following a thread of peace weavers through town, understand how commodities like coffee, coca, native ingredients, and raw creativity are forming the foundations for lasting peace in Colombia under the contextual lens of your expert guide.

We’ll have lunch at Salvo Patria, a restaurant with a native-food rescue philosophy that builds value chains with small producers to reactivate the rural areas and improve their inhabitants’ living conditions -being this a part of the Peace Agreement.

The afternoon and evening will be left free for you to explore the city at your own pace. Meals: breakfast and lunch

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Day 3
Bogotá Foodie Day

Send your palate on a foodie adventure through Bogota’s historic streets, market stalls, and decades-old bakeries.
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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.

This evening we are out in Bogotá night life with a beer and tejo tour. This beer-centric tour introduces you to one of Colombia’s stranger traditions, the sport of Tejo. Toss cement disks at gunpowder-filled satchels and watch them explode as you and your fellow travelers polish off a crate of beer together. Then, follow it up with a visit to two local pubs, where you’ll have the chance to sample some of Colombia’s more unique artisanal brews and learn how to pick out their distinct flavors and brewing methods. Meals: breakfast and snacks from street food tour

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Day 4
Coffee Region

We'll arrive at the mountainous coffee region where the gorgeous sunsets are protagonists.
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This morning we’ll transfer to Bogotá Airport to catch our flight to the stunning and UNESCO heritage declared Coffee Region. You will be transferred to your accommodation nestled in the heart of Cocora Valley.

The afternoon is free to enjoy your cozy accommodations or walk around the charming Salento town just 10 minutes away from the hotel. You can also opt for one of the activities that the hotel offers (at your own expense). Meals: breakfast

Salento town in Colombia on women only tour

Day 5
Coffee Region: Salento & Filandia

Welcome to a full day tour to Quindío’s charming towns. We will continue our tour appreciating the Wax Palm, Colombia's national tree in the Cocora Valley and all the beauty of the landscape and enjoy a walk of maximum 2 hours, through its trails.
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Start off with a visit to Salento, the first municipality founded in the Quindio whose traditional architecture and craft workshops-that remain intact- make it an unforgettable place. We will then head 40 minutes to the also colorful town of Filandia to enjoy a delicious gourmet lunch, walk around the town, appreciate the handicrafts and end the day with a dessert + coffee with an amazing mountain view. Meals: breakfast and lunch

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Day 6
Coffee Plantation 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.
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Start by collecting fresh ingredients from the garden in the company of the family’s aunt and start preparing some of the dishes. While the food is cooking, go for a walk through the heliconias and fruit trees. Afterwards, enjoy a delicious family lunch. Meals: breakfast and lunch

Colombia tour for females Cartagena

Day 7
Cartagena

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.
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Say goodbye to beautiful Coffee Region and get ready to get inspired by the Caribbean vibes of Cartagena city. We’ll hop on a flight and arrive to the hot yet vibrant and colorful Cartagena. The driver will take you to your hotel and you will have some time to rest and get ready for the next activity: rum tasting.  After, we’ll sit down for a feast of traditional Costeño dishes prepared following recipes passed down through the generations and meet the female duo behind it all. Expect an evening of good food, great company, and plenty of material for your post-trip reminiscing. Meals: breakfast and dinner

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Day 8
Cartagena: Turbaco & Zenú Indigenous Heritage

Travel beyond the city walls to meet the women behind the Ninha weaving workshop, hear their inspiring accounts of resilience, and learn the art of weaving Caña Flecha and the symbolism behind the famous Sombrero Vueltiao.
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We start the day in Turbaco, where we will visit the women’s neighborhood. They were the first group of women to receive collective reparation for the armed conflict in Colombia. We will prepare Arepas de Huevo and make some handicrafts while hearing their stories of fight and strength.

Later, stitch together the story of Zenu heritage and handicraft on this experiential exploration in Cartagena’s center and offtrack fringes, starting with a Zenu guided tour of Cartagena’s Gold Museum.

The afternoon and evening are free to check out the bustling plazas and charming stores or grab a refreshing drink while feeling the breeze and appreciating the sunset at Café del Mar. Meals: breakfast

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Day 9
Rosario Islands and Farewell Dinner

Visit an island with stunning and warm crystal-clear waters, white sand, hammocks and refreshing piña coladas.
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Today we’ll travel 1 hour by speedboat to the amazing Bendita Beach on Rosario Islands archipelago, the perfect environment to unwind and enjoy your last day in the city.

Celebrate with your travel mates at Celele, a restaurant that brings together the centuries- stewing cultural melting pot of the Colombian Caribbean. In their cozy and contemporary dining room, savor every artistically plated bite while your waiter stands by to share the chefs’ inspiration behind every dish. Demonstrating that there’s far more depth to the regional gastronomy than fried fish, coconut rice, and plantains. Meals: breakfast, lunch, and dinner

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Day 10
¡Hasta pronto!

We will take a morning flight back to Bogotá. Get back home with your suitcase packed with memories, fun stories, new learnings and lasting friendships.


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Meals: breakfast

Accommodation

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EcoHotel La Cabaña

This small, family-owned hotel is just 10 minutes away from both Salento and Cocora Valley and its architecture remains the same as traditional cafetero houses. The warmth of the staff will really make you feel at home.

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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. 

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Details

  • Accommodation in twin rooms
  • Guide
  • Most meals, according to the itinerary
  • Local transportation
  • Airport pickup (see arrival details)
  • All entrance fees and activities in the itinerary unless specified as optional

We will pick you up from the airport any time on day one after 8am. If fellow travelers arrive around the same time, we’ll bring you to our first villa together. 

  • 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 earlier than 60 days before departure, you can apply your payment to any trip within the next year.
  • No refunds on deposits.
  • Airfares
  • Visa fees if applicable
  • Travel insurance (mandatory)
  • Airport drop off
  • Gratuity 
  • 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.

Many nationalities can get a visa upon arrival. Check this list to verify the process for your country.

What our travelers say

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