35% Off Colombia Express Tour with Tucan Travel
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Say hola to Colombia on this short tour, done on comfortable private transport throughout. Enjoy a coffee tour through the leafy plantations and discover the buzzing highlights that have made this country so popular in recent years.
From the metropolis of Medellín where you can enjoy the sights via cable car, to the buzzing hub of Bogotá, we travel through Colombia hiking through stunning valleys and meeting locals along the way.
– We will try to run your tour as close to the itinerary as conditions will allow. On very rare occasions, local events may affect the way your itinerary operates. We ask for your flexibility and understanding in these situations.
– We travel on multiple domestic flights on this tour to ensure you can see as much of this beautiful country in a short time. Please note the luggage restrictions on domestic flights which are of a maximum of 15kg.
– On this tour you stay in a local Hacienda. The Hacienda is small and will have more limited facilities than big hotels. If you are part of a large group en suites may not be available for everyone.
– In Colombia, the weather is very changeable so make sure to pack a variety of clothes in preparation for all climates.
– The first day of your tour is simply an arrival day with no pre-organised activities. You will meet your Tucan Travel rep at 18.00 for the pre-departure meeting. In order to allow time to relax and see some of the sights you may wish to add pre-tour accommodation.
– This tour includes a compulsory Local Payment that needs to be paid to the Tour Leader on Day 1 of your tour. For more information on our Local Payments please click here.
– Many countries have strict rules on the age and quality of foreign cash. We therefore recommend you bring only new, unmarked and undamaged bank notes. This includes your Local Payment on tours where required.
– On this tour you are able to pay the Local Payment in Colombian Pesos. It would be the equivalent to the US$ dependent on the exchange rate on the day.