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July, January, June are very popular times to visit Colombia.
If you're looking for cheap vacations to Colombia, October is the best time to visit Colombia.
Prices for Colombia vacations can peak during July.
We have found December, November, October to be the least-crowded time of the year to visit Colombia.
Colombia fuses both contemporary urban and deeply traditional South American cultures. Located at the continent’s northern tip, Colombia’s countryside is spiked with tropical vistas and beautiful mountains, while lively nightlife excites thousands of visitors on Colombia vacations year after year. Vibrant street markets and flower vendors crowd the streets of many Colombian cities, and the breathtaking Bogotá Botanical Gardens provides travelers with firsthand glimpses of lush rainforests, colorful butterflies, and inimitable vegetation. The world-renowned City of Eternal Spring, named after its perfect climate, is a must-see during any Colombia vacation.
Visitors on a Colombia vacation should visit the ancient city of Ciudad Perdida to discover mysterious remains of the Lost City.
Colombia is a popular destination all year round—namely due to the northeastern coast jutting into the Caribbean Sea. Dry seasons last from December to March, and from July to August. Visitors traveling to Colombia’s urban area should take into consideration any ongoing political activity, and traffic from mid-December to late January is typically hectic as these are prime months when tourists book budget flights for a Colombia vacation. Temperatures range between 20°C and 30°C throughout the year, with May and October seeing the most rainfall. It is best to book during the summer, when fewer tourists are planning their Colombia vacations.
Enroll in a high-quality private Spanish class at the celebrated Academia Latina in Santa Marta.
Visitors to the quiet town of Santa Cruz de Mompox should bring a camera to capture the beautiful architecture of the Santa Barbara Church as well as several colonial buildings.
Spend an evening at the trendy and upscale Burukuka nightclub in Santa Marta, where visitors can sip wine from a terrace overlooking the sea.
Pay a visit to the Gold Museum in Colombia’s capital, Bogotá, and see pristine relics of pre-colonial artwork.
Don’t miss the Friday and Sunday night festivities of Bogotá’s Avenida Septima, a colorful gathering of street performers, live music, and merchant stalls.
Drift along South American snow at the Los Nevados National Park, featuring snow-covered volcanoes and sprawling campgrounds.
Trek up the stone steps of the Monserrate to the panoramic summit and enjoy unbeatable views of Bogotá’s skyline.
Explore the spectacular beaches of Tayrona National Park, which run along the Caribbean coast and host a variety of lizards, parrots, and monkeys.
Located in Zona Rosa, this luxury hotel is within a 10-minute walk of Lokkus Contemporary Art and Poblado Park. La Strada Mall and Golden Mile are also within ...
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Located in Bocagrande, this luxury hotel is within 1 mi (2 km) of Bocagrande Beach, San Pedro Claver Church and Convent, and Clock Tower. Plaza Santo Domingo ...
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