Travel to Colombia

Colombia has returned as a stunning destination. Explore the cobblestone streets of Cartagena with their ancient charm, taste tasty Colombian coffee in the Andes and explore the colorful villages of Villa de Leyva. Colombia is a land of renewed culture and hospitality.


Colombia, a land of unparalleled diversity, from Caribbean beaches to majestic Andes mountains, vast Amazon jungles to mysterious cloud forests in the Sierra Nevada of Santa Marta. Steeped in culture and history, with colonial treasures in cities like Cartagena and Bogotá, vibrant music, and delightful Colombian cuisine. Here, you’ll quickly feel at home, surrounded by welcoming locals eager to share their culture and traditions. Adventurers will find abundant opportunities, from trekking the Andes to exploring the Amazon, diving in the Caribbean Sea, and discovering the salt cathedral of Zipaquirá. In short, Colombia offers a unique blend of natural beauty, culture, adventure, and hospitality for travelers seeking new experiences.

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When to travel

Colombia can be visited year-round due to its proximity to the equator. However, the country experiences two primary seasons: dry season and rainy season. The dry season, from December to March and July to August, is generally considered the best time to visit as it offers pleasant weather and fewer rain showers. However, it's worth noting that weather patterns can vary across different regions of Colombia.


The official language of Colombia is Spanish. While English is spoken in major cities and tourist areas, it's beneficial to learn some basic Spanish phrases to communicate with locals and enhance your travel experience.


It's recommended to consult with a healthcare professional or travel clinic before visiting Colombia to receive up-to-date information on recommended vaccinations and health precautions. It's also important to have travel insurance that covers medical expenses and emergency evacuations. In some regions, such as the Amazon rainforest, additional precautions against malaria and yellow fever may be necessary.

Travel documents

A valid passport is required for entry into Colombia. Depending on your nationality, you may be eligible for a visa-free stay ranging from 30 to 180 days. It's important to check the visa requirements for your specific country before traveling to Colombia and ensure that your passport has sufficient validity for the duration of your stay.


Colombia has made significant strides in improving security and has become an increasingly safe travel destination. However, it's still advisable to take precautions and stay informed about the current situation in the areas you plan to visit. Follow any travel advisories issued by your home country and exercise common sense by avoiding isolated areas at night and keeping an eye on your belongings.

Currency and banks

The official currency of Colombia is the Colombian Peso (COP). Currency exchange services are widely available at airports, banks, and exchange offices. It's recommended to carry smaller denominations for convenience, and major credit cards are accepted in most establishments. ATMs are also easily accessible in cities and tourist areas.


Colombia offers various transportation options for getting around the country. Domestic flights are a popular choice for covering long distances quickly. Buses are widely available and offer an affordable way to travel between cities and towns. Taxis are prevalent in urban areas, but it's advisable to use registered taxis or ride-sharing services for safety. Additionally, Colombia has an extensive network of intercity buses, known as "colectivos" or "busetas," which are often used by locals for shorter trips.


Internet access is widely available in Colombia, especially in urban areas and tourist destinations. Many hotels, cafes, and restaurants offer Wi-Fi, and there are also internet cafes where you can access the internet for a fee. These are general guidelines for traveling to Colombia. However, it's always important to research and stay updated on the specific requirements and conditions before your trip, especially regarding safety and health considerations.


The standard voltage in Colombia is 110V, and the outlets typically accept two-pronged plugs. However, some places may have 220V outlets, particularly in upscale hotels. It's advisable to bring a universal adapter to ensure compatibility with different types of plugs.

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