I am going to be in Colombia at the end of January for 3 weeks and I would like to visit the Amazon Basin since I love nature and remote places. I am a solo female traveler, with a lot of experience travelling to remote places on my own and Spanish is my first language.
- Is January too wet to explore the area?
- How many days would you recommend staying?
- I am assuming I can book tours once I get there, right?
- A friend of mine was telling me she couldn't buy the flights online…
Hi! I'll be travelling in Colombia from the 12th - 21st November (landing and flying out of Bogota) and am hoping to make my way - by bus/plane - up north to see Cartagena and other areas up that direction. Is there anyone backpacking around the country at this point that would be up for a similar trip? Or do people have some tips about doing this trip? I don't mind travelling solo, but first time in the country (and continent!) and don't have too much Spanish, so would be great to have some…
Was wondering if there is any limit on the number of days in a year one spends in Colombia? Or if there a certain number of entries you are allowed. Or can you just keep leaving and getting another 90?
Basically I've entered 3 times this year. One I used the full 90 days, exited on day 89 and came back and then used another 25. And then I left to Lima on a flight for 2 weeks and came back for technically the 3rd time, but it was only 2 days... although I might have been issued another 90, but…
I want to stay in Colombia more than 90 days. I know I can renew my tourist visa by 90 days.
But will I have problems getting on my plane with a ticket that is more than 90 days.
I have heard stories...
So do I have to book a ticket for less than 90 days and then when I'm in colombia rebook it for longer than 90 days.
Or will I be fine just book it for the first time longer than 90 days...
Flying from Brussels -Belgium...
I have been searching forums to find something quite recent on where to spend NYE but couldn't find anything recent hence this post.
My partner and I are sailing into Cartagena from Panama for xmas. So plan to stay there for a few days, then move on to Santa Marta. We are then stuck for where to go for NYE.
Do we go to Medellin? or do we go to Cali? Or do we stay in Santa Marta?
We are a couple in our late 20's but not massive party people, looking for a fun atmosphere where we can…
Ive been reading about a few options, of course Taganga and Santa Marta.
Taganga seems a little rough around the edges and the visibility of the water is poor?
Any other ideas??
Could you give me the advice in my first trip in San Andres?
I'm from Russia and a beginner in kitesurfing and I plan to visit this island in December for 7 days.
I want to meet new friends with same interests and do kitesurf with them. But unfortunately I'm not familiar with many details related this sport in this place.
What do you know about it? Is it good idea for beginner or not? Spots can be not appropriate for my level.
Thank you a lot!
Currently in Salento and working my self down to Ecuador. However, I would love to visit both cali and San Agustin before I do so. So what do you recommend me to do. Salento-Cali-Agustin-Ecuador or Salenti-Augustin-Cali-Ecuador?
I am looking for the way that is the best in ways of time common sense.
The thing is when I look at the map it is obvious that I should start with Cali, however my Colombian friend from cali tells me that I should start with San agustin.