How To Plan The Best Day Trips From Medellin (+ Surprises)

Here’s a list of day trips from Medellin that I like to organize for myself and my friends when I’m in Antioquia.

🛑 Stop just visiting classic places like Guatape. Start by discovering incredible destinations unknown to foreigners.

Antioquia quickly surprised me with the number of experiences you can have in the midst of these verdant mountains.

After living in Medellin for several years, I haven’t even had time to explore everything yet!

To help you quickly make the right decision for your adventure, I’ve put together a list of the best day trips and weekend getaways — because sometimes, making a round trip in a day just doesn’t make sense.

Here’s what you’ll get if you read my guide c.a.r.e.f.u.l.l.y:

  • My secret to better enjoy Guatape.
  • The best rivers for rafting with this expert.
  • A cultural tour that is even more delicious than a good cup of coffee.
  • 2 colonial towns where you must at least stay 2 nights.
  • The perfect city to buy your souvenirs.
  • And more!

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Best Medellin Day Trips

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    With your bilingual guide, spend a whole day dedicated to coffee, from seed to cup, in Fredonia (1h30 away from Medellin). You'll be welcomed by a lovely, passionate family who'll make you feel right at home.

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With your bilingual guide, enjoy the superb view from the top of the Piedra del Peñol and visit the colorful village of Guatapé.

Well-known Medellin day trips

These two day trips from MedellĂ­n are easy to organize, but you’ll have to share them with other tourists. Try to plan your trip during the week.

1# Day trip to Guatapé and La Piedra del Peñol

Taking a day trip from Medellin to Guatape is like stepping into a vibrant painting where the colors of the buildings pop against the lush greenery of the Colombian countryside.

I’ve been there several times with my wife, friends, and family. I’ve even climbed to the top of the Piedra del Penol 4 times. The last time was when I raced my mother, and she won — yes, she is quite fit!

Guatape, with its stunning landscapes surrounding the town and the spectacular El Peñol’s reservoir lake, offered me a picturesque escape from the city’s hustle. Climbing the El Peñol rock and gazing out at the breathtaking views made me feel on top of the world. It’s an adventure that combines culture, nature, and unforgettable moments.

Pros and Cons of This Day Trip

Should you plan this Medellin day trip?

Pros:

  • Stunning Scenery: From the colorful streets of Guatape to the panoramic views from El Peñol, the beauty is unmatched.
  • Easy to plan from Medellin: You can do it on your own than to the many buses between Medellin and GuatapĂ©.

Cons:

  • Tourism-Driven: Guatape is very much a town tailored for tourists, which might detract from its authenticity for some.
  • It’s far: There’ll be traffic jams in Medellin when you return (you’ll probably be back around 5 pm). So it could take you up to 3 hours to get back to your hotel.

How to plan this MedellĂ­n day trip

  1. Be at the North Bus terminal at 8 am (during a weekday) and grab a 2-h bus to Guatapé.
  2. Stop at La Piedra del Peñol (5-min before Guatapé) and get to the top.
  3. Once done, you can grab another bus (raise your hand, and it will stop) to get to Guatapé.
  4. Buy in advance your return ticket (4, 5, or 6 pm). Here.
  5. Visit the town and order a tasty lunch. There are many options.
  6. Once your belly is full, rent a pedalo or a kayak and venture between the islets.
  7. Don’t forget your bus.
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With your bilingual guide, enjoy the superb view from the top of the Piedra del Peñol and visit the colorful village of Guatapé.

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  • Visit all the interesting sites with a private vehicle.
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2# Day trip to Santa FĂ© De Antioquia

I’ve always had a soft spot for places that feel like a step back in time, and Santa Fe de Antioquia is exactly that.

During my day trip there, I was completely charmed by the quaint cobblestone streets and striking colonial architecture, feeling miles away from the modern world. Spending the day wandering through local markets and soaking in the rich history felt both leisurely and enlightening.

Plus, the warmth and friendliness of the locals made me feel right at home. It’s the sort of day trip where you get to slow down, savor the moment, and just enjoy being in a beautiful place.  

I visited Santa FĂ© de Antioquia with Adrian, a local guide from the region, and it was a great way to spend a few hours to better understand the historical side of this city—it used to be the capital of Antioquia!

Pros and Cons of This Day Trip

Should you plan this Medellin day trip?

Pros:

  • Historical Charm: The town’s colonial architecture and cobblestone streets are picture-perfect.
  • Less Crowded: Santa Fe de Antioquia isn’t as busy as GuatapĂ©, offering a more relaxed experience.
  • Warm Climate: The hot climate is perfect for those looking to enjoy sunny days by a pool.

Cons:

  • Limited Activities: If you’re looking for high-adrenaline adventures, this tranquil town might not meet your expectations.

How to plan this MedellĂ­n day trip

  1. Be at the North Bus terminal at 8 am (during a weekday) and grab a 1h30 bus to Santa Fe de Antioquia.
  2. Order your 2nd breakfast in the beautiful hotel Mariscal Robledo on the main square. Don’t forget to drink a good cup of coffee too.
  3. Find a tuk-tuk in the street and ask him to drive you to El Puente del Occidente. It takes 15-min. The same tuk-tuk should bring you back.
  4. Now it’s time to eat lunch in a lovely colonial house. La Casa Solariega or Sabor Español are 2 excellent options.
  5. There is nothing better than a little digestive stroll between the magnificent religious buildings of Santa Fe de Antioquia.
  6. End with a visit to the Juan del Corral Museum of History (closes at 5 pm)

3# Day trip to Santa Elena

With its temperate climate and breathtaking landscapes, Santa Elena offered the perfect escape from MedellĂ­n’s urban hustle. There are also lots of beautiful cabins to rent on Airbnb.

The town of Santa Elena is known for its flower fields and its “Silleteros” culture. Every year, during the Feria de las Flores, the people of Santa Elena parade through the streets of MedellĂ­n with beautiful flower sculptures carried on their backs — some can weigh up to 70 kg!

For this day trip, you can finish at Parque ArvĂ­ and take the metro cable car back to Medellin. I’m not a big fan of this park, but the view from the cable car is fantastic.

Pros and Cons of This Day Trip

Should you plan this Medellin day trip?

Pros:

  • Cultural Experience: Learn more about the flower farms and their traditions.
  • Lesser-Known Gem: Being slightly off the conventional tourist path, Santa Elena felt more intimate and less crowded.
  • Beautiful views of Medellin.

Cons:

  • Hard to do it on your own: You’ll have to use taxis to visit the area around Santa Elena.

How to plan this MedellĂ­n day trip

  1. Go to the intersection between Calle 50 and Carrera 41, here and take a 45-minute bus to Santa Elena.
  2. Then, visit a flower farm where you’ll learn about the silleteros. You’ll need a taxi to get there.
  3. Once the tour is over, ask your host to call a taxi and get to Park Arvi. You’ll find a couple of stands at the entrance that sell food.
  4. Walk inside the park (you can make this loop), then take the cable car to return to MedellĂ­n.

Note: ArvĂ­ Park is open to the public from Tuesday to Sunday, between 9:00 am and 6:00 pm. When Monday is a public holiday (in Colombia), the park is open and closes for maintenance on the Tuesday following the holiday.

4# Day trip to a cacao farm

I can’t rave enough about this day trip to a cacao farm near MedellĂ­n. It was like stepping into another world, where every sense of mine was awakened.

Starting off at a local farmer’s cacao plantation, I got to learn about the cultivation and history of cocoa first-hand – fascinating stuff! Did I mention the artisanal chocolate tasting? It was a dive into a spectrum of flavors that I never knew existed.

The laughter, discovery, and the journey through stunning natural landscapes added layers to the experience.

Ending the day with a chocolate therapy session was the cherry on top, enveloping me in an unforgettable aroma and tranquility.

Pros and Cons of This Day Trip

Reflecting on my experience, here’s what stands out:

Pros:

  • Learning Opportunity: Getting insights straight from a farmer gives you a deep appreciation for cocoa cultivation.
  • Sensory Experience: From tasting chocolates to chocolate therapy, it’s a feast for the senses.
  • Adventure and Relaxation Balance: The mix of an educational tour and natural beauty, topped with relaxation activities, was just perfect.

Cons:

  • Travel Time: It did take a good part of the morning to get there, which might be a bit much for some.

How to plan this MedellĂ­n day trip

The easiest way to to book a tour with this local expert.

But if you don’t mind staying up to 3 hours on public buses (one way) and if you speak Spanish, you can hop on a bus from Medellin to San Francisco, and stop here.

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5# Day trip to a Coffee farm

Fredonia Coffee tour cathy

Taking a day trip from MedellĂ­n to explore a coffee farm is one of those experiences that truly embodies the essence of Colombia.

My trip to Fredonia was a deep dive into the world of Colombian coffee, far beyond just sipping on a morning brew. It started with a warm welcome from a local family of coffee growers, who treated me to a delicious, hearty breakfast. The passion and pride they have for their craft were evident as they shared their knowledge about coffee’s journey from seed to cup.

The highlight for me was learning to distinguish the nuances of good and bad coffee during the tasting session. It felt like I was gaining a new sense of appreciation for every cup I’d savor in the future.

Pros and Cons of This Day Trip

Should you do it?

Pros:

  • In-depth Knowledge: Gaining an insider’s perspective on coffee production.
  • Cultural Immersion: Sharing meals and stories with a local family.
  • Sensory Experience: The coffee-tasting session elevated my understanding and enjoyment of coffee.

Cons:

  • Travel Time: It takes about 1h30 to get to the farm from MedellĂ­n.
  • Activity Length: The tour lasts about 9 hours, which might be too long for some.

How to plan this MedellĂ­n day trip

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An alternative coffee tour would be to organize a coffee tour in Sabaneta or La Sierra.

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6# Rafting Experiences around Medellin

Rafting Antioquia Jules MedellĂ­n

I’ve always been drawn to the thrill of white-water rafting, and my adventure on the Rio Verde took it to a whole new level.

From the moment we hit the river, the adrenaline was pumping. The rapids were a thrilling mix of Class 3 and 4, challenging yet incredibly fun.

Our local guides were super knowledgeable, not just about navigating the river, but about its history and the surrounding ecosystem. We paddled through lush jungles, spotted unique wildlife, and even took refreshing swims in serene spots.

The journey felt like a real-life adventure movie, and I couldn’t get enough of it.

Pros and Cons of This Day Trip

Here is what I’ve learned from this experience:

Pros:

  • Exhilarating Rapids: The mix of Class 3 and 4 rapids provided the perfect adrenaline rush.
  • Scenic Views: The landscapes were breathtaking, with pristine jungles and wildlife.
  • Expert Guides: Their knowledge and professionalism made the trip safe and enjoyable.

Cons:

  • Physical Demands: It’s a full-body workout that might be challenging for some.
  • Length of the Trip: It can be a long day, which might not suit everyone’s energy levels or schedules.
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7# Hiking around Medellin

Paramo de Belmira (1)

Medellin is not just about vibrant city life; it’s also a gateway to some of the most breathtaking natural landscapes in Colombia. I’ve had my fair share of day trips hiking around Medellin, and each has its unique charm and challenges. From scaling the peaks of Cerro Tusa to traversing the diverse ecosystems of PĂĄramo de Belmira and unwinding by the pristine Melcocho River, these adventures are etched in my heart.

What do I love about these hikes near MedellĂ­n?

My hike up Cerro Tusa was nothing short of extraordinary. Imagine scaling what’s known as the world’s largest natural pyramid! It was a challenging yet thrilling climb, with steep inclines that got my adrenaline pumping. Reaching the top and seeing the panoramic view of untouched landscapes made every step worth it.

The trek through PĂĄramo de Belmira introduced me to ecosystems present almost only in Colombia—5 countries in total. Walking amidst the frailejones and crossing varied thermal floors showed me the diversity of Colombia’s natural offerings. It felt like walking through a live geography lesson.

The calm and tranquility of the Melcocho River offered a contrasting experience. The crystal-clear waters, surrounded by lush forests, provided a serene escape from the bustling city life. Hiking along its banks was a peaceful journey, allowing for moments of reflection and relaxation.

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The following 3 colonial villages are at 3h+ from MedellĂ­n. I recommend to travelers to spend 2 to 3 nights there.

8# Weekend day trip to Jerico

View Canyon Cauca Jerico

I fell in love with Jerico the moment I arrived. I liked it so much that we stayed for more than one month!

The town, characterized by brightly colored houses and cobblestone streets, exudes a peaceful yet vibrant atmosphere.

I used to wander through the local markets, sipping on freshly brewed coffee from one of the many cafes, and marveling at the traditional Antioquian architecture. The local people were incredibly welcoming, sharing stories and smiles freely.

There are also cool activities to do like paragliding or hiking to Las Nubes.

How to get to Jerico from Medellin

Be at the South Bus terminal at 5h30 am (you can also try at 8 am) and grab a 3h00 bus to JericĂł. Bus schedule here.

Where to stay in Jerico

Here are my favorite hotels:

  • El Despertar: Charming boutique hotel in JericĂł with mountain views, terrace jacuzzi, spacious rooms blending colonial and modern design, friendly staff, and prime location.
  • Cabañas y Flores: Family-friendly hotel in JericĂł with comfortable, colorful cabins in a floral garden, traditional breakfast with mountain views, pool, spa, and nature immersion.
  • Kolorina: Affordable hotel in JericĂł with U-shaped rooms around a garden, including delicious breakfast, family rooms, nature setting, friendly hosts, and private deluxe suites.

9# Weekend day trip to Jardin

Coffee at Jardin Cafe, view of Jardin, Tom

I absolutely adore my day trips to Jardin for several reasons.

Firstly, the journey itself is a scenic preview of what’s to come. As the bus winds through the mountains, each turn unveils breathtaking vistas that promise adventure. Arriving in Jardin, the laid-back atmosphere is immediately palpable.

The town’s architecture is a colorful testament to its history, with the Basilica Menor of the Immaculate Conception standing as a proud centerpiece. Time here seems to slow down, allowing for a genuine connection with the locality. Whether it’s enjoying a rich tinto coffee while observing the daily pace of the locals or wandering through streets lined with vibrant homes, every moment in Jardin feels special.

How to get to jardin from medellin

Be at the South Bus terminal and take a 3h30 bus to JardĂ­n. Double-check the Bus schedule here.

Where to stay in Jardin

Here are my favorite hotels:

  • Hotel Passiflora: Charming boutique hotel in a colonial house with a decorated courtyard, garden with jacuzzi, comfortable rooms, friendly staff, and delicious restaurant.
  • Hotel PlantaciĂłn: Eco-friendly hotel prioritizing sustainability with harmonious rooms, vegan restaurant, massages, own vegetable garden, reforested area, and renewable energy use.
  • Casa Hotel Porton: Budget-friendly family and pet-friendly hotel on JardĂ­n’s outskirts with spacious rooms, a beautiful garden, and peaceful river sounds.
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10# Weekend day trip to San Rafael and San Carlos

Canyoning San Rafael

I’ve always had a soft spot for off-the-beaten-path travel experiences, and my day trip to San Rafael and San Carlos perfectly fits the bill.

Nestled in Antioquia, Colombia, these quaint towns promised an escape into rural Colombian life, and they delivered beyond my expectations.

I started my journey early in the morning; the scenic drive from MedellĂ­n set the tone for the day. San Rafael, with its lively farming community, offered a peek into authentic local life. The bustling market and vibrant social scene around the central square were captivating.

But it was San Carlos, the “Land of 100 Waterfalls,” that truly took my breath away. Hiking through stunning landscapes to discover waterfall after waterfall was an unforgettable experience.

With Manuel, we went on 2 canyoning and 2 tubing adventures. He and his guides have all the required certifications, and they use adequate equipment. You can see his page here.

How to get there from Medellin

  • Buses depart for San Rafael from MedellĂ­n’s North terminal every hour, operating between 5:00 am and 5:30 pm. The journey takes approximately 3 hours and cost around 20,000 pesos.
  • Departures to San Carlos from MedellĂ­n’s North Terminal occur hourly, with the bus companies Transoriente and Coornote. The journey lasts 4 to 5 hours.

Where to stay in San Rafael

Where to stay in San carlos

  • During my last trips to San Carlos, I liked the Finca hotel Betel and Glamping el Tabor.

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11# Rio Claro Reserve

Rio Claro MedellĂ­n (1)

Escaping Medellin’s hustle, I discovered the enchanting Rio Claro Natural Reserve, a haven nestled between Medellin and Bogota. Its jungle cabins, crystalline waters, and marble canyon vistas offered an immersive nature experience. Highlighted by a night walk revealing glowing scorpions under an ultraviolet torch, it was magically unforgettable. With diverse accommodations, mild adventures, and a chance to disconnect, Rio Claro was perfect, despite seasonal activity limitations and rustic amenities.

How to get there from Medellin: Take a 3-hour bus to BogotĂ  and ask the driver to drop you off at the entrance – it’s best to consult your Google Map to tell him when to stop.

12# San Antonio de Pereira

Dessert San Antonio de Pereira

Embarking on an adventure to San Antonio de Pereira, a town celebrated for its sweets and lively nightlife, exceeded my expectations.

The town greeted us with the enchanting aromas of its famed confections, leading us through a dessert wonderland by day and into its vibrant nightlife as evening fell.

We ate delicious dessert here.

How to get there from Medellin: The ticket was quite affordable, about 6,000 pesos. You can also opt for a shared taxi.

13# El Retiro

Discovered outside MedellĂ­n, El Retiro is a quaint town showcasing artisan craftsmanship and lush landscapes, renowned for its incredible woodwork and furniture.

Its preserved architecture and vibrant greenery, historical sites like Iglesia Nuestra Señora del Rosario, and local spots like Le Montañeré for coffee enthusiasts enhance its charm.

With breathtaking nature and ecotourism spots like Hacienda Fizebad and Salto del Tequendamita, El Retiro offers a serene atmosphere for outdoor activities or leisurely relaxation.

How to get there from Medellin: The journey is a breeze, about an hour via bus or 45 minutes by Uber, making it perfect for a day trip.

14# Salto del Buey Waterfall in La Ceja

Stumbling upon Salto del Buey in La Ceja, a hidden gem an hour and a half from MedellĂ­n, was an adventure with bumpy rides but worth it for its majestic waterfall and lush surroundings. It’s an outdoor enthusiast’s paradise with ziplining, hiking, and more.

How to get there from Medellin: Access is tricky; a bus to Abejorral drops you off for a short walk to the Ecopark.

15# El Carmen de Viboral

Ceramic shop Carmen de viboral

El Carmen de Viboral, a hidden gem 34 miles east of MedellĂ­n, captivated me with its vibrant ceramics industry and rich artisan heritage. Walking through Ceramic Street felt like exploring an open-air museum, showcasing intricate craftsmanship recognized globally.

You can join a ceramic workshop here.

How to get there: The journey from MedellĂ­n’s North Bus Terminal is a comfortable 1.5-hour ride.

16# Hacienda Napoles

Hacienda Napoles, once Pablo Escobar’s estate, now a blend of history and amusement near MedellĂ­n, offers a unique exploration with zoological and aquatic attractions, remnants of its past, and modern amenities. A tour simplifies the 3.5-hour journey, making this surreal 1600-hectare park with hotels and restaurants a must-visit for a comprehensive experience of Colombian history and fun.

17# ConcepciĂłn

ConcepciĂłn Antioquia, a serene escape nestled in the mountains away from MedellĂ­n’s hustle, offers cobblestone streets, colorful homes, and a genuine local life glimpse.

Designated for its heritage yet untouched by commercialization, it provides a tranquil setting with colonial architecture and a simpler lifestyle.

Accessible via a straightforward bus ride or a scenic cab drive, it’s a safe and welcoming town perfect for nature activities, coffee in the plaza, exploring historic sites, and hiking for breathtaking views. ConcepciĂłn is an ideal retreat into Colombia’s rich culture and serene landscapes.

18# SonsĂłn

Discovered near Medellin, SonsĂłn is a serene town 115 kilometers away, known for its cool climate and rich history.

As the largest municipality in eastern Antioquia, it offers a blend of climates and a vivid glimpse into Antioquian life with its cobblestone streets and colorful homes.

Accessible by a scenic drive or public buses (4 hours), SonsĂłn enchants with its colonial architecture, the spiritual Immaculada ConcepciĂłn church, and tranquil spots like Charco el Aguacate. Celebrated for its “Land of Corn” status and vibrant August festivities, SonsĂłn also prides itself on preserving its history and culture, showcased in its museums and artisanal crafts.

Bottom line: MedellĂ­n Day trips

As demonstrated, MedellĂ­n offers a plethora of day trip options, each with its unique allure. While some excursions can be self-organized, navigating public transport may pose challenges, especially for those not fluent in Spanish. Yet, the adventure is worthwhile for the linguistically prepared.

For thrill-seekers, MedellĂ­n’s vicinity boasts some of Colombia’s finest rafting experiences. Incorporating a day of sports into your journey is highly recommended, and Jules’ agency stands out for its exceptional range and quality of excursions.

Cultural aficionados will find themselves enchanted by the region’s rich offerings in coffee, chocolate, and floral experiences, promising a deep dive into the essence of Colombian heritage.

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