Colombia

While the world is still getting to know modern Colombia and discovering it as a safe, politically stable tourist destination, the country abounds with opportunities for cultural exploration and adventure.

Travelers are increasingly beginning to realize Colombia’s potential as an adventure tour destination, seeing what intrepid travelers have known for years. The largest cities are well-prepared for visitors with great development and infrastructure already in place. In fact, Bogota could rival many European cities for its cultural capital, boasting countless museums and art galleries that have earned international accolades.

However, Colombia’s smaller, picturesque rural towns are equally worth visiting, especially in the plantation region surrounding Cali. There, you’ll discover deeply rooted traditions and rich culture along with some of South America’s most welcoming people. As you explore, you’ll also find that from the cities to the countryside, Colombians truly love their bicycles. Cycling is not only a practical mode of transport but it is also a way of life in many parts. Adventure travel, especially a cycling trip, is the ultimate active cultural adventure to explore these stunning destinations in all their beauty.

Official Name: Republic of Colombia
Population: 47 million
Capital City: Bogota
Languages: Spanish
Currency: Peso (COP)
Time: UTC -5
Electricity: 110/220V 60Hz
Major Industries: Coffee & agricultural products, construction, mining, and manufacturing

Below is a list of BikeHike's Colombian adventure tours. 

9
Days
From
3399.00
USD
per person
Ride the streets of the vibrant capital city, Bogota, before flying into the heart of Colombia’s famous coffee region for some exhilarating mountain rides. There, you'll also be immersed in the region’s agricultural scene, for a true taste of the local way of life. One of South America’s least visited countries, modern Colombia has emerged as a top cycling destination for anyone seeking thrilling, culturally rich cycling adventures.
  • Feb 04 - Feb 12, 2023
  • May 13 - May 21, 2023
  • Oct 07 - Oct 15, 2023