A year-round destination, Columbia is known for chilly temperatures in the Andes and tropical climate in lowlands. December to March are busy months as it's the best time to visit Colombia. This dry period is perfect for exploring cities, beaches, and sites and participating in festivals like Feria de Cali, Carnival of Blacks & Whites, and Barranquilla Carnival. April to June is a short rainy season. Spring brings touristy Semana Santa and Easter celebrations, so plan your trip in advance. The mini dry season from July to August is a sweet time for exploring the Caño Cristales river and spotting humpback whales off the Pacific coast. The shoulder season runs from September until November with occasional rains, but most attractions are still open and the prices are lower.
Do you love dancing salsa? If you do, come to the heart of is all—Cali! Enjoy dancing and learning salsa at different parties and visit the Cali Fair
This is one the most ancient carnivals in South America, its origins date back to the times of Spanish rule. Be ready to be painted in different colors!
This amazing trek in Colombia is full of beautiful flora and fauna. Here you will have a chance to see the Colombian national tree, one of the biggest in the world—the wax palm
Enjoy the best beaches on the Caribbean coast in Colombia
Discover the most fantastic and amazing animals in the largest rainforest on Earth
Funny and entertaining, these races are unique to Bogota
Observe these graceful creatures—pink flamingos in Los Flamencos Fauna and Flora Sanctuary
Enjoy this Colombian festival in Manizales and witness the crowning of the Queen of Coffee and enjoy the best coffee in the region during the holidays
If you dare, try one of the best indigenous delicacies with worms inside!
The first wonder of Colombia is located underground in the town of Zipaquira. It's one of the most popular tourist attractions in the country
The biggest Gold museum in the world!
Discover nature and indigenous groups while trekking at the Lost City
Enjoy surfing at the best beaches on the Caribbean coast
Enjoy one of the best surfing destinations for experienced surfers in Colombia
Choose whatever you like—a bike, skateboard, or rollerskates! Ciclovia is the best way to go sightseeing and feel the real atmosphere of the Bogota City
Experience tropical jungle life in the Amazon and explore the best kinds of flowers and fruits
From every corner of Bogota you can see Monserrate mountain which dominates the city
The Amazon rainforest is home to the well-known caiman. Don't miss a chance to discover different kinds of these reptiles during the low water season
Try these amazing traditional Christmas treats during the holidays and enjoy their cheesy taste with afternoon coffee or tea
A hidden gem of the Caribbean sea
Barranquilla’s carnival can give you a lot of unforgettable memories and invaluable experiences. This is best way to discover the folklore of Colombia and learn about its culture
Feel the beauty of nature and explore more than 60 unusual and stunning kinds of flowers
Marvel the beauty of the colours of the liquid rainbow
Iconic Colombian vehicles may pack as much as you need, including agricultural produce, livestock, furniture, families, the entire households—and that deserves to be celebrated. Desfile de yipao happens twice a year: late June–early July in Calarcá and early October in Armenia
Explore one of the best marine habitats in Colombia while diving and snorkelling on the Caribbean coast. The area is famous worldwide for its fantastic coral reefs
The mix of Catholic and African traditions is highlighted with stunning processions
Have you ever tried a mud bath inside of a volcano? If not, don't miss this chance to try an incredible experience swimming and diving in mud
Thousands head to warm equatorial waters to breed, feed, have some rest and meet with curious tourists
The holy week in Colombia is celebrated with colorful religious performances and ceremonies
Enjoy the beauty of Colombia's second largest dry area with rocky landscapes, amazing cacti, and silence while laying in a hammock
It doesn't matter if you are a fan of coffee or you not, the coffee regions of Colombia are a must-see for everyone!
Discover the musical capital of Colombia at the Ibague Folk Festival. Folk and traditional music and dances await you!
This famous Colombian delicacy roughly translates into English as "big ass ants"
One of top 10 holiday lights destinations in the world
Witness spectacular natural phenomena on the island of Providencia
Colombia is home to this indigenous tropical fruit called lulo. It's one of the best fruits for juice!