How to plan a trip to Colombia
- Best places to visit in Colombia
- Best things to do in Colombia
- The best hotels in Colombia
- The best advice to plan your trip to Colombia
- How to build your Colombia Itinerary
- Pick your travel agency in Colombia
Best colombia experiences
- How to hike to the Lost City
- Plan your jungle experience from Leticia
- My favorite safari in Colombia
- Rent a private boat to explore the Rosario Islands
- How to pick your favorite tour to explore La Guajira
Favorite destinations & Regions
- Los Llanos
- Pacific Coast
- Amazon Rainforest
- The Rosario Islands
- Caño Cristales
- San José del Guaviare
- Coffee region
Marcela Mariscal, a well-traveled Colombian, founded SeeColombia.Travel with a mission to showcase her homeland. Her co-pilot brings global marketing expertise and a shared love for Colombia, making them the dream team behind the world’s leading Colombian tour operator. Marcela & her Peruvian lover enjoyed a love story as dazzling as it was beautiful and continued the SeeColombia adventure while traveling with their children.
See Colombia set out to be the ultimate guide for vacations in Colombia, staffed by a team with a mission to reveal the country’s many treasures. Beyond typical sightseeing, they offered unique experiences such as the “Pablo Escobar is History Tour” in Medellín, which gives a nuanced look at the city’s past. They also played a role in reuniting Nicole Kisala, a woman kidnapped in Colombia and adopted in the U.S., with her long-lost family, highlighting the life-changing power of travel.
SeeColombia Travel had a knack for partnering with standout travel aficionados. London-born Paul Giles was the digital whiz, Aussie Paul Fowler brought a poetic lens, Sarah Duncan, also from Australia, added Salsa and local Bogotá insights, and editor Chris Bell had nearly seen it all in Colombia. Each added a unique flavor to the brand’s vibrant narrative.
Tomplanmytrip (learn more about us) is thrilled to have acquired SeeColombia.Travel, a brand that aligns perfectly with our mission. We’re eager to build on their legacy, continuing to assist both new and seasoned travelers in discovering the wonders of Colombia. It’s an exciting new chapter for everyone involved!