Reaching from the Caribbean Sea to the Pacific Ocean, Colombia is a unique destination rich in both history and geography. A trip to Colombia is for the traveler who wants to venture off the beaten path. As an up-and-coming destination, Colombia offers amazing, untouched, and quiet beaches. Colombia boasts a diverse geography and is one of seventeen countries considered “megadiverse.” From the Amazon rainforest to the Andes Mountains to the gorgeous coastlines, your Brownell specialist can help you navigate the country with a custom itinerary.
Many people are under the impression that Colombia is not safe, but it is actually a very safe and stable country after a new political regime came into power in 2006. They implemented new security policies and worked hard to clean up the problems that plagued the country and gave it a bad reputation.
Colombia is a diverse country ranging from stunning beaches to lush rain forests. You can enjoy a relaxing beach getaway on the San Andres beaches or if adventure is more your style, explore the jungle of Santa Marta. Bogota is Colombia’s largest city and boasts a historical district teeming with culture and museums. (and remember—Bogota tends to be a bit cooler than the rest of the country because of its high elevation so pack accordingly!)
Colombia is surprisingly a very easy destination to get to from the U.S. In fact, it is even in the Central Time Zone from March-November, which means no jet lag! (From November to March, they operate under Eastern Time). Colombia is only a 2.5-3 hour flight from Miami.