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ADV EventsGuided ToursColombia's Best Tour - Jun.17-Jul.2, 2016

Colombia’s Best Tour – Jun.17-Jul.2, 2016

16 days of adventure throughout beautiful Colombia.

Published on 05.07.2016

Colombia’s Best Tour is perhaps the most complete Colombian motorcycle tour experience. Riding from the Andes to the Caribbean and back, you will see and feel what makes Colombia so special. Immerse yourself in the culture, the cuisine and the top notch twisty riding.

Colombia’s Best Tour begins in Colombia’s capital and makes its way to the coffee region. Here you will learn about the coffee culture and its people. The tour then heads north towards Medellín, considered by most as Colombia’s most beautiful city and recent recipient of the world’s most innovative city. After experiencing this metropolis the tour makes its way out of the mountains and towards the Caribbean, where you will be spending a couple of days in Cartagena.

After a well deserved rest the lovely colonial city of Cartagena you will begin your way back towards the capital, but not before spending time in the lovely beaches of Palomino, the unique natural area of Los Estoraques and the beautiful colonial towns of Barichara and Villa de Leyva. In 16 days of motorcycle riding you will experience the wonders of Colombia!


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