Colombia tour features a jungle walk and coffee plantation visit

The resort town of Guatapé is one of the stops on the Classic Journeys’ tour of Colombia.
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Get a fresh look at Colombia on a week-long tour offered by Classic Journeys. The itinerary includes a walking tour of Medellín; visits to the resort town of Guatapé, known for its vividly painted buildings, and a family-owned coffee plantation; and a jungle walk and picnic in Tayrona National Park, home to hundreds of bird species.

The tour concludes in Cartagena, where participants will meet students and teachers at a school founded by the singer Shakira and learn to make traditional Colombian dishes in a chef’s own kitchen.

Dates: June 30-July 6, Aug. 4-10, Sept. 22-28

Price: From $5,995 per person; single supplement available. Includes accommodations, all breakfasts and most other meals, admission to events and historic sites, and land transportation. International airfare and one intra-country flight not included.


Info: Classic Journeys, (800) 200-3887


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