It takes around 11 hours to fly to Colombia, which is 5 hours behind GMT. Plan your trip in advance so as to avoid any nasty surprises upon arrival and make sure your holiday gets off to a cracking start. To help you, Evaneos.com has prepared a practical guide to Colombia. You’...It takes around 11 hours to fly to Colombia, which is 5 hours behind GMT. Plan your trip in advance so as to avoid any nasty surprises upon arrival and make sure your holiday gets off to a cracking start. To help you, Evaneos.com has prepared a practical guide to Colombia. You’ll find useful information including entry requirements, what to pack (don’t forget your English-Spanish dictionary and sunscreen!), as well as security information to bring you up to speed before your departure. The ‘Useful Information’ section has pretty much all you’ll need to know on times, transport, customs and traditions – everything to make your trip run smoothly. Finally, if you’re still undecided, you can consult our tour and travel tips, as well as contact a local, English speaking agent who’ll be happy to answer all of your questions and strive to provide you with a trip of a lifetime!Continue reading
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Travelling to Colombia: final tips and advice
With temperatures varying from 0 – 40°C, four mountain ranges, two coastlines and two deserts, Colombia is a nature lover’s dream. Despite rapid urbanisation reaching 75%, the country will, nonetheless, astound you, as you seamlessly travel from one incredible landscape to another. The Quindio Cordillera boasts the best mountain views in the region and is a perfect stop before heading to the Corcora Valley and Salento, where you’ll find a forest of wax palms, the country’s national symbol! Once you’ve explored Medellin, the town of eternal spring according to its residents, you can choose between trips to its small, neighbouring colonial towns (Santa Fe de Antoquia) or set off on a hike to the Guatape Lagoon and scramble up the El Peñol Stone, a remarkable rock formation. And when it’s time to hit the west coast, you’ll be able to island hop off the legendary Cartagena, where an incredible beauty, a laid back lifestyle and tropical cocktails (to be sipped by the water’s edge!) await. You may even find one of Francis Drake’s treasures, hidden by our home-grown Elizabethan privateer, who terrorised South America back in the day. Whatever you do, one thing’s for sure – Colombia is ready and waiting to be explored and now it’s up to you to embark on a truly amazing adventure!
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