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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Bogotá night life with a beer and tejo tour
Savory Caribbean food at the famous Celele Colombian restaurant
Local Colombian rum tasting
Spend time with women from Zenu indigenous heritage
Hike in Cocora Valley, Coffee Region
Bendita Beach on Rosario Islands
Bogotá Airport Pickup
Bogotá Foodie Day
Coffee Region: Salento & Filandia
Coffee Plantation and Cooking Class
Cartagena: Turbaco & Zenú Indigenous Heritage
Rosario Islands and Farewell Dinner
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.
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.
- Accommodation in twin rooms
- Most meals, according to the itinerary
- Local transportation
- Airport pickup on day 1
- 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 hotel together. Try to arrive before 6pm to be sure to make it in time for our special welcome meal 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 with 45 days notice before departure, you can apply your payment to any other trip.
- No refunds on deposits.
- Visa fees if applicable
- Travel insurance (mandatory)
- Airport drop off
- 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.
What our travelers say
Best chance to get to know people in the network!
“I joined the SoFe Network on Facebook 3 years ago but joined the membership because I wanted to interact with people without the weirdness of Facebook social boundaries. It absolutely worked, and I’ve made so many friends and been on quite a few zoom events. The events are amazing, the people are amazing, best chance to get to know people in the network!” Kirsten | Membership
One of the best trips I’ve ever been on.
“I had always wanted to go to Morocco but I was hesitant to go alone which normally I have no problem doing. I saw this trip advertised on the Solo Female Traveler Network Facebook page and the more I looked into it the more I wanted to go. So I did..and let me tell you that it was one of the best trips I’ve ever been on…seriously.” Jennifer H. | Morocco
So much more than a tour.
“I have been on three tours with these ladies, and I can not even explain how amazing my experiences have been. It’s so much more than just a tour. I have made life-long friends who understand my wanderlust, met local people who taught me the warmth and kindness of the places we’ve visited, and I have left feeling empowered to travel more.” Megan S. | Bali