The Rosario Islands, Colombia.
 Nahbu Travel 


Imagine sailing the Caribbean Sea on a private yacht, taking a hot air balloon ride over the Cultural Coffee Landscape, or enjoying a private visit to the museums in Bogotá, the capital city. Colombia is a country with an incredible offering of luxury experiences. It is the second most biodiverse country in the world, with coastlines on the Pacific and the Caribbean, and a diverse topography that includes wetlands, beaches, mountains, snow-capped peaks, deserts, and tropical forests. 

Cities like Medellín, Bogotá, and Cartagena have grown and become business centers, thanks to their infrastructure, commercial areas, and international restaurants. Colombia has a unique cultural heritage, with indigenous communities, Afro-Colombians, Raizales and Palenqueros. The country is a blend of cultures, enriched by over 60 native languages, around 84 indigenous reserves, and a wealth of stories waiting to be discovered. 

Visiting Colombia is a must, as it has established itself as one of the most well-connected destinations in terms of air travel, both domestically and internationally. With over 20 airlines connecting to more than 90 destinations, including the United States, Curaçao, Chile, Brazil, Aruba, and Mexico, accessibility is a key advantage. Colombia also has major international hotel chains such as Four Seasons, Accor, Hyatt, and others, along with 5-star hotels and resorts that offer high-quality services and personalized experiences for every tourist

 Enjoy exclusive experiences at the Greater Colombian Caribbean 

: Private cooking classes.
 Nahbu Travel  


This Colombian region is characterized by its beautiful beaches, warm climate, and blue sea. While most of its territory is flat, it is also home to the Sierra Nevada de Santa Marta, the highest coastal mountain range in the world, inhabited by four indigenous communities. 

Private islands in Barú or the Rosario Islands are ideal places to fall in love with the Caribbean, relax, and disconnect from your routine for a few days. You can also enjoy a sailboat or luxury yacht ride while navigating the bay of Cartagena or the nearby islands. Reefs, flamingos, birds, fish, and more make this region rich in flora and fauna, and its tropical climate is perfect for a great vacation. You can enjoy private villas in Minca, Tayrona, or Palomino. 

For a unique experience, you can engage in community-based tourism in Tayrona and Minca, where you can firsthand experience nature’s benefits, ancestral beliefs, and interact with the local inhabitants. The region's gastronomy, including dishes like sancocho de pescado (fish stew), mojarra frita (fried fish), arepa de huevo (cornmeal pastry with egg), mote de queso (cheese soup), and carimañolas (cassava fritters), constantly invites you to experience new flavors. You can enjoy private cooking classes with local chefs and visit local markets to immerse yourself in the culture involving your senses. 

Finally, you can explore the magnificence of our history and indigenous heritage by taking a private helicopter flight over the Lost City (Ciudad Perdida) or experiencing the awe-inspiring views of the Guajira Desert, home to the Wayuu people, from the air. 

 Western Colombian Andes: Soar over the coffee aroma region

Bambusa Hacienda, Armenia, Colombia.
 Tour Galavanta 


Color, landscapes, and coffee define this region. The western part of the famous Andes Mountain range is the lowest, with an average altitude of 2000 meters (about 1.24 mi) above sea level. This coffee region enchants with its mountainous landscapes adorned with wax palms, Colombia's national tree, and it is home to the Andean bear and tapir, among other species of flora and fauna. Additionally, this region is a haven for 10% of the world's bird species, which can be observed with the guidance of expert ornithologists. 

Wake up surrounded by mountains and nature, experiencing the unique opportunity to spend the night in glamping sites in Antioquia, whether in Guatapé, Marinilla, or one of the nearby towns close to Medellín. There is no better place to delight in the qualities of Colombian coffee than this region. You can learn everything about coffee production from experts while enjoying a new experience on private coffee haciendas

Thanks to the region’s geography, you can explore national protected parks that will captivate you, such as Farallones and Tatamá Natural Park. Places like Santa Rosa de Cabal, Manizales, Salento, or Armenia will make you feel at home with the warmth of their people. You can also enjoy great open spaces like Arví Park or cultural centers like the Botero Park. Take in the cultural coffee landscape’s breathtaking views from the sky during a hot air balloon ride and breathe in the spring-like air that characterizes this region

Eastern Colombian Andes: A private journey through museums, art, and culture 

Gold Museum, Bogotá, Colombia

Colonial towns, wetlands, valleys, and lakes—this region witnessed the armies of an empire and preserves myths and legends that narrate the history of a country. This region is home to Bogotá, the capital of the country, as well as cities like Tunja, the site of the main battle for independence and home to the Muisca community, San Gil, known for the Chicamocha Canyon and known for its extreme sports, and Neiva, the land of Sanjuanero dance that borders with the Magdalena River. 

Here, you’ll have the opportunity to taste exquisite Colombian cuisine with local chefs through private cooking classes at Paloquemao Market in Bogotá. You can also explore the city through specialized art and culture tours led by expert curators in major galleries and art scenes. 

In Bogotá alone, you can find over 60 museums showcasing a variety of themes and artists from around the world. If you're an art lover, you can hire a private museum tour to delve into the details of what these places have to offer. For an unforgettable dinner, you can visit iconic locations like the Zipaquirá Salt Cathedraldeclared the first wonder of Colombia, which will leave you breathless as you explore this underground construction 180 meters (about 590.55 ft) below the surface. 

Sail the magnificent Colombian Pacific 

Whale watching in the Colombian Pacific.
 Chic Tours 

Exotic beaches, music, and jungles—truly a paradise that must be visited. The Colombian Pacific region is rich in biodiversity, making it a sanctuary for flora and fauna and one of the most privileged places in the world

In this region, you can find places like Bahía Solano, a combination of jungle, coral reefs, and mangroves, and one of the best spots for whale-watching as humpback whales visit its coast every year. Another remarkable destination is Nuquí, perfect for water sports, diving, and ecotourism. This region offers the opportunity to stay in eco-lodges and experience nature, adventure activities, and harmonious coexistence with the environment. 

The coastal cuisine here includes mouthwatering dishes such as aborrajado de pescado (fried fish with ripe plantains), empanadas de jaiba (crab empanadas), quebrado (a seafood soup), and huevos de piando (a traditional egg dish). An excellent way to explore this ocean is through an expedition cruise, which will allow you to fully immerse yourself in the Pacific

Discover the nature’s mystery in the Colombian Amazon-Orinoco region 

Ecolodge Calanoa.
Amazonas, Colombia


Known as the "lung of the world," these vast plains are filled with trees, rivers, animals, and legends, reflecting the wisdom of indigenous communities who protect their ancestral knowledge. This region is home to Caño Cristales, the most beautiful river in the world. Its crystal-clear waters allow you to observe five colors, thanks to the Macarenia clavigera, an endemic aquatic plant that "paints" the river, creating a natural spectacle. 

Here you will also find Leticia, a green paradise filled with stunning nature. It boasts approximately 860 bird species, 140 amphibian species, 85 mammal species, 147 reptile species, and 6,800 plant species. You can immerse yourself in the Calanoa Reserve and stay at their eco-lodges to appreciate the wildlife and enjoy safari-like tours in the eastern plains

Colombian Massif, the power of the past 

Helicopter for private flights.
 Galavanta Tours 


Mountains, valleys, and volcanoes make this region a wonder of the Andes that breathes life into the country's identity. This region is renowned for its natural beauty and the historical richness left by the indigenous communities that still inhabit the area. 

This region is covered by rugged terrains that protect the water resources of the country. This area is waiting to be explored. In the Colombian Massif, you will find places that continue to be sources of mystery, such as San Agustín. Here, you can observe the archaeological sites during a private helicopter flight. 

Where to find these luxury experiences?

Yacht rentals, private tours, helicopter flights, exclusive dinners with top chefs, private islands, personalized cocktails, and all kinds of experiences that will take your trip to another level. Luxury and comfort are non-negotiable, and with these companies, you will have VIP access to all the luxury that Colombia has to offer

Galavanta: Is a private travel destination management company that offers an array of enriching experiences, including gastronomy, art, culture, nature, and adventure. 

Nahbu: This company believes in providing authentic immersion in Colombia's essence. As quoted by its managing partner, they view luxury as a means to discover the best of Colombia. 

Metropolitan Touring: As Colombia undergoes an exciting transformation, Metropolitan Touring invites you to explore the country's rich culture, nature, architecture, cuisine, art, dance, and music. 

Abercrombie & kent: As one of the pioneers in luxury travel, this company offers exclusive, comfortable, and authentic experiences in every destination, with tailor-made options showcasing the wonders of Colombia. 

Singular Luxury Travel Designers: Is the first private operator dedicated to crafting entirely bespoke luxury experiences in Cartagena de Indias, the surrounding islands, and surrounding regions. 

Chic Tours: The company aims to present Colombia as an unforgettable, exotic, and luxurious destination. They provide access to exclusive places and tailor-made experiences while working in collaboration with local communities. 

Colombia is a luxury destination that you shouldn't miss. Each of its regions holds mysteries to unravel, wonders to discover, and people who will make you feel at home while enjoying landscapes you never dreamed of could exist on your luxury vacation. 

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