From (AUD)$6,555
Independent Travel
Colombia, a country of spectacular natural beauty, will surprise visitors with an incredible landscape filled with warm, friendly locals, a fascinating history and an abundance of culture and nightlife. Enjoy the big cities of Bogotá and Medellin, the lush scenery of the Coffee Triangle, the UNESCO World Heritage site of Cartagena.
Tips — Tipping payable locally
Transport — 4WD jeep, Boat, Cable Car, Coach & Plane

Itinerary Colombia



Inclusions Colombia



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  • Take a city tour of Bogota's historic centre, La Candelaria, visiting Plaza de Bolivar, the Cathedral, the Botero Museum and the Gold Museum
  • Travel up Monserrate Hill by cable car for panoramic views of Bogota
  • Visit the incredible underground Salt Cathedral of Zipaquira
  • Enjoy a walking tour of colonial Villa de Leyva
  • Visit the Convento del Santo Ecce Homo
  • Explore the Fossil Museum at Villa de Leyva
  • Spend 3 nights in the middle of a coffee finca
  • Explore the Cocora Valley and marvel at the wax palms
  • Travel by Jeep Willys to the colourful town of Salento
  • Tour Salento, visiting the Plaza de Bolivar, the Calle Real, the handicraft shops and the Cocora viewpoint
  • Tour a coffee plantation and learn about the production system
  • Enjoy a coffee tasting session led by an expert
  • Visit picturesque Guatapé and the famous rock formation, Piedra del Penol
  • Cruise magnificent Lake Guatapé on a scenic boat trip
  • Discover Medellin on a ‘social transformation’ tour
  • Spend 3 nights in the historic centre of colonial Cartagena de Indias
  • Take in the panoramic view of Cartagena from the Monastery and Church of La Popa
  • Visit San Felipe de Barajas Fortress
  • Explore Cartagena on a city tour
  • Enjoy dinner at  Club de Pesca Restaurant


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  • Airport transfers on the first and last day of tour
  • 3 economy-class flights within Colombia. Taxes included
  • All sightseeing and entrance fees as per the itinerary
  • All touring in air-conditioned vehicles


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  • 9 nights in 3-4 star hotels
  • 3 nights in a traditional finca in the middle of Colombia’s Coffee Triangle

Properties include:

  • Hotel BH Bicentenario, Bogota
  • Hotel Posada de San Antonio, Villa de Leyva
  • Hacienda Santa Rosanna, Coffee Triangle
  • Hotel Los Recuerdos, Guatapé
  • Hotel Poblado Plaza, Medellin
  • Hotel Kartaxa, Cartagena

 Hotels listed are an indication and are subject to change without notice.


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  • 12 breakfasts, 4 lunches and 1 dinner

Tour Guides

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  • English-speaking locally based guides

Some things to note

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Luggage Information:

  •  This tour has a luggage restriction of 15kg, plus 5kg hand luggage.

Please note:

  • The Gold Museum is closed on Mondays.
  • The Botero Museum is closed on Tuesdays.
  • While in Medellin we recommend trying the local dish of Bandeja Paisa (a platter including red beans, pork belly, rice, ground beef, chorizo, fried egg, plantain, arepa and avocado).
  • This is a sample itinerary. Itinerary variations are available on request.

The Small Print:

  • Prices are per person based on twin share. Single Supplement on request. Seasonal surcharges apply. Please contact our office.

Information Colombia


Let's Talk Fitness

At Bunnik Tours, we pride ourselves on our ability to create unique, once in a lifetime small group tours that are filled with incredible experiences you might not be able to have on your own, or in a larger group. However, that does mean aspects of our itineraries can be challenging for some travellers.

We want to make sure all Bunnik Tours travellers enjoy their trip, not struggle through it, so let’s work together to ensure you’re on the right tour for your fitness level.

Fitness to Travel Requirements

Within seven days of making your booking, you will need to complete a Passenger Registration form, which also includes a fitness to travel declaration.

In this declaration, you must confirm you’re able to do the following:

  • Walk for a minimum of 2-3 hours daily at a group pace, on uneven surfaces without the use of any walking aid, often in humid forest areas
  • Regularly walk up multiple flights of stairs and short, steep hills
  • Stand for extended periods of time without needing to sit down, often in hot/humid climates
  • Carry your own luggage
  • Get on and off various modes of transport without assistance, including small boats
  • Manage extended periods of time at high altitude (3,000-4,000 metres)

If you do not feel that you can confidently manage all of the requirements set out above, please work with our team of Travel Specialists to find an alternative that is better suited to your current level of fitness.

Please visit our Fitness to Travel page for full details on our fitness policy.


 In the itinerary, this symbol indicates a particularly challenging day, where there will be extended periods of walking time, often across uneven ground and in areas of high altitude or heat and humidity.

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