The enigmatic South Andes, San Agustin-Tierradentro

The magical and mysterious Colombian land, where ancestral cultures


Barichara’s Indigenous and Royal Trails

Tour the ancient indigenous roads rebuilt by the German architect Geo von Lengerke.


Horse Backriding Surrounding Moniquirá tour

This horseback riding tour is ideal as it spans a short distance 


Sorroundings of Moniquirá´s countryside tour

This small area neighboring Villa de Leyva –only 4.5 miles away, 


Tour Los Olleros de Ráquira – Monasterio de la Candelaria

The town of Raquira produces the most traditional handiwork 


Historical Center of Barichara Village

Hiking tour of the colonial and stony streets of Barichara.


Northern Boyacá – Towns of Yore

This day-long tour visits historic and natural interest sites, 


Historical Center of Villa de Leyva

A stroll through the soothing streets of Villa de Leyva reveal 


Saquenzipa Valley, Cultural and History Tour

The Saquenzipa Valley includes a variety of fascinating sites to match 



Colombia, as a country, possesses incredibly strong regional identities created by the historical isolation of the different areas and in turn accentuated by waves of varied immigration into the country. In other words, Colombia features a true extravaganza of regional identities ranging from Caribbean to Andean, Llanero, Paisa, and Chocoano.

The country is known for its well-educated, polite and friendly citizenry. The highlights for many tourists are the conversations with locals and getting to see the country under a new light. Colombians are passionate about their homeland and want others to enjoy it too, always willing to share a bottle of Aguardiente (a local alcoholic beverage) and teach a few salsa moves with a warm smile.

We look for the best events during the year in which you can enjoy the different cultural identities: festivals, carnivals, popular parties or meetings. Our goal is that you can see the diversity of Colombian culture.

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