Von Quito nach Cartagena Ecuador · Kolumbien

Von Quito nach Cartagena

  • Erkunden der historischen Plätze von Quito
  • Kaffeeplantagen in Salento
  • Kolumbiens bewegte Vergangenheit in Medellin
  • Übernachte in Hängematten im Tayrona Nationalpark
  • Koloniale Architekturen in Cartagena
  • Überblick
  • Leistungen
  • Reiseverlauf
  • Termine & Preise
  • Zusatzinformationen
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19 Tage Ecuador · Kolumbien

ab  1.708 € Anfragen oder buchen

Sei Teil von Kolumbiens Wiedererwachen auf dieser spannenden Overland Tour. Unsere Abenteuertour startet in der Hauptstadt Ecuadors, in Quito, und führt einmal quer von Süd nach Nord durch Kolumbiens bis nach Cartagena. Entdecke liebenswerte Städte, riesige Kaffeeplantagen, verschlafene Küstenorte und weitläufige vulkanische Landschaften. Auf der Rundreise hast du viele Möglichkeiten, mit den netten und offenen Einheimischen in Kontakt zu treten. Erlebe die besten Orte und Attraktionen dieses faszinierenden Landes und erhalte einen einmaligen Einblick in eine Nation, die sich rasant entwickelt. Besuche Kolumbien und lasse dich von der Authentizität dieses florierenden Landes verzaubern.

1. Tag: Quito
2. Tag: Ipiales
3.-4. Tag: Popayan / Ipiales
5.-6. Tag: Salento
7.-9. Tag: Medellin
10.-12. Tag: San Gil
13.-14. Tag: Mompos
15.-16. Tag: Tayrona Nationalpark
17.-19. Tag: Cartagena

Leistungen enthalten

  • Ecuador & Kolumbien Rundreise gemäß Programm
  • Transport, Unterkunft und Mahlzeiten wie angegeben
  • Ausflüge, Aktivitäten und Besichtigungen wie im Tourverlauf beschrieben:
    • Besuch des Äquatormonumentes
    • Besuch der Kirche Santuario de las Lajas
    • Besuch auf einer Kaffeeplantage
    • Spaziergang durch Medellin
    • Ausflug zum Magdalena Fluss
    • Geführter Spaziergang durch Cartagena

Leistungen nicht enthalten

  • Internationale Flüge (gerne über uns buchbar)
  • Nicht genannte Mahlzeiten und Getränke
  • Optionale Ausflüge und Aktivitäten
  • Reiseversicherung
  • Vor- und Nachübernachtungen zur Tour
  • Flughafentransfers
  • Persönliche Ausgaben, Trinkgeld
  • Flughafen- und Ausreisegebühren

Unterbringung

9x Standard-Hotel / Hostel / Lodge / Hütte
9x Camping (mit sanitärer Ausstattung)

Die Unterbringung erfolgt in Doppel- bzw. Mehrbettzimmern und geräumigen Zwei-Personen-Zelten. Alleinreisende werden zusammen mit Mitreisenden des gleichen Geschlechts untergebracht. Die Unterbringung im Einzelzimmer ist auf dieser Tour nicht möglich. Für diese Reise benötigst du deinen eigenen Schlafsack.

Verpflegung

12x Frühstück
12x Mittagessen
7x Abendessen

Es sind keine weiteren Mahlzeiten enthalten. Dies soll dir die größtmögliche Flexibilität bei der Wahl der Mahlzeiten und die Möglichkeit geben, die einheimische Küche des bereisten Landes kennenzulernen. Bitte plane ca. USD250 für zusätzliche Mahlzeiten und Getränke mit ein.

Tourbegleitung

Englischsprachige Reiseleitung und Fahrer und örtliche Guides

Deine Reiseleitung ist das Salz in der Suppe. Ausgefallene und ausgefeilte Reiseprogramme allein nützen nichts - es sind die Reiseleiter, die der Reise den besonderen "WOW"-Faktor verleihen. Vom Anfang bis zum Ende der Tour sind sie für dich da und gewähren Einblicke, die in keinem Reiseführer stehen.

Transportart

LKW / Truck

Zusätzliche Übernachtungen

Bitte kontaktiere uns - wir beraten dich gerne!

Flughafentransfer

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Day 1: Quito
Border Information: if joining in Quito, you will most likely enter Ecuador at Quito Mariscal Sucre International Airport (IATA code: UIO).
There will be an important group meeting at 6:00pm at the joining hotel - please look out at the hotel reception for a note from your leader with more details about this important meeting.
Please note that many of the options listed below will only be possible for those with extra time in Quito before the start of your trip with us - please contact the Sales team if you would like to book pre-tour accommodation with us to have extra time exploring Quito. In Quito we will stay in a friendly local hotel in the 'New Town'.
Hotel Fuente de Piedra II
Juan Leon Mera N23-21 y Baquedano
Mariscal Sucre
Quito
Ecuador
Tel - +593 2290 0323

About Quito: Quito is the capital of Ecuador, nestled in a hollow in the mountains in between the volcanos Cayambe, Pichincha and Cotopaxi -at 2,850m above sea level, it is the world's highest official capital city. Founded in 1534 by a group of settlers led by Sebastian de Benalcázar, the town slowly grew throughout the Spanish colonial era and after the region's independence from Spain in 1822. The colonial old town is a maze of steep, cobbled streets with intricately carved, overhanging balconies, and some of the best examples of Spanish colonial art and churches anywhere in the Americas - along with Kraków, Quito was the first ever World Cultural Heritage Sites declared by UNESCO in 1978. The modern area of the town is lively and has some fantastic restaurants and bars. Quito'smix of European and Indian cultures make this a really fascinating city, and you will come across stalls displaying Indian textiles, colourful wall hangings, jewellery, pottery and woodcarvings. Quito has some incredible museums, galleries and parks in the city, and some excellent adventure activities and mountain treks nearby for those with extra time in the area.

Optional Activities:

- Visit one of the countless art galleries in Quito, such as the Casa de la Cultura Ecuatoriana or the Museo Guayasamín - USD 6
- Take a trip on Quito's Telerifico to the top of the Cruz Loma mountain, getting breathtaking views over the city from a height of 4,270m - USD 8.5
- Visit the excellent Museo de la Ciudad, housed in Quito's oldest building, which explores the history of everyday life from pre-Colombian times all the way up until the present day - USD 3
- Take a walk around Quito's incredible Botanical Gardens, which showcases all of Ecuador's various ecosystems and their flora - USD 3.5
- Visit the Museo Mindalae, the extremely original project showcasing Ecuador's rich cultural diversity - USD 3
- Freely explore the stunning historical Old Town of Quito, and wander its ancient streets marvelling at the outstanding architecture and wonderful atmosphere - Free
- Enjoy the fantastic view over Quito's Old Town from the statue of the Virgin Mary on top of the nearby Cerro Panecillo - Free
- Get away from the busy city with a stroll around one of Quito's numerous parks, all of which are very beautiful and popular with the locals - Free
- Visit the Museo Nacional del Banco Central, showcasing the country’s largest collection of Ecuadorian art and housing an impressive gold collection - USD 2

Accommodation: Hotel (1 night)

Day 2: Ipiales / Quito

Border information: Exit Ecuador at Ipiales, enter Colombia at Ipiales. Today our journey begins with a short drive to Mitad del Mundo, the monument that marks the Equator. After this we will continue north to cross the Colombian border and reach the small town of Ipiales. In Ipiales we will stay in a local hotel. Estimated Drive Time - 6-8 hours (please note that all drive times given here are the approximate number of hours that the truck will be in motion only, and does not include any time taken for coffee or lunch stops, border crossings, photo stops, activities en route, comfort breaks, shopping stops, toilet stops, etc. The times given are approximate estimates only and whilst given with the best of intentions, the drive times are heavily dependent on traffic, road conditions, weather, police roadblocks, and many other factors - flexibility is essential on any overland trip!).

About Ipiales: Ipiales is the border town on the Colombian side of the Colombia/Ecuador frontier. The town has some pleasant plazas and the sight of locals using a horse and cart gives it a quaint, countryside feel. The star attraction of Ipiales is the nearby Santuario de las Lajas, the site of many supposed miracles and apparitions over the years. Set amid breath-taking scenery, the Santuario is a spectacular Gothic-style church straddling a dramatic gorge with rushing river below. It is one of the most impressive churches on the continent, and its fantastic setting and quirky museum make it a highlight of any visit to Colombia.

Included Activities:
- Visit the monument to mark the Equator at Mitad del Mundo - Included in Kitty

Accommodation: Hotel
Meals Included: Breakfast, Lunch

Day 3-4: Popayan / Ipiales
Today we will have an included visit to the famous Santuario de las Lajas church outside of Ipiales, before driving to the beautiful town and former colonial capital of Popayán. Estimated Drive Time - 9-10 hours. On the following day we will have a free day to explore Popayán or take part in some excellent treks or other optional activities in the surrounding area. In Popayán we stay in dormitory accommodation in a local hostel.

About Popayán: Nicknamed the White City, Popayán is a beautiful colonial town full of white-washed houses and grand churches encircled by rolling green hills. Although the capital of the Cauca region of southern Colombia, Popayán somehow retains its relaxed small-town feel. The cool and sunny climate of the lower Andes makes Popayán a very comfortable place to stay and as the main university town of the region, there's a young, sociable feel to the city. The leafy parks marked with elegant church towers provide a sociable and relaxed location where you could easily spend an afternoon, while an evenings entertainment could be chatting with the friendly locals in a classy cafe bar or salsa club. Whilst staying in the town there are some lovely walks offering excellent views of the historic centre, several worthwhile museums and galleries and many good cafes, bars and restaurants to make the most of. There are some excellent treks in the surrounding mountains, including an option to trek to the summit of the nearby Puracé volcano.

Included Activities:

- Visit the jaw-dropping church of Santuario de las Lajas on the outskirts of Ipiales, built on a bridge spanning a 45m-deep river gorge : Included in Kitty

Optional Activities:
- Trek to the 4,650m summit of the towering Puracé volcano near Popayán - COP 85000
- Relax in the volcanic thermal springs near the village of Coconuco, dramatically set in a steep sided valley - COP 55000
- Freely explore the serene old colonial capital of Popayán, and soak up the charming atmosphere amongst its white-washed houses and rolling green hills - Free

Accommodation: Hotel
Meals Included: Lunch (1x)

Day 5-6: Salento
Today we will continue our journey north to the small town of Salento, the gateway to the spectacular Valle de Cocora. Estimated Drive Time - 7-8 hours. On the following day we will head out in the morning for an included visit to a coffee plantation to learn all about the cultivation and producing of Colombian coffee! After a local lunch, we will take an included guided trek through the Cocora Valley to see the Quindio wax palm trees, the largest palms in the world and the national tree of Colombia. In Salento we will camp in a well-equipped campsite, 15 minutes drive out of town.

About Salento: Salento is a small town on the edge of the Los Nevados mountain range between the cities of Calí and Medellín, in the heart of Colombia's coffee-growing region. There is a very pleasant cool climate in the hills, and we are able to visit some of Colombia's famous fair-trade coffee plantations in the area. Salento is also the gateway to the Cocora Valley, which as well as its incredible scenery and walking opportunities contains the world's largest palm trees - the Quindío wax palm commonly grows 45m high, and sometimes stretches as high as 60m! We will fully explore the area of Salento and the Cocora Valley during our journey through southern Colombia.

Included Activities:
- Explore a working Colombian coffee plantation near Salento and learn all about its cultivation and production : Included in Kitty
- Head out on a half-day guided trek through the spectacular Cocora Valley, and see the incredible 50m-tall Quindio wax palms, the tallest Palm trees in the world! : Included in Kitty

Accommodation: Camping (with facilities)
Meals Included: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

Day 7: Medellin
Today we will drive to the vibrant city of Medellín, where we will spend 3 nights. Estimated Drive Time - 6-7 hours. On our first full day in Medellín we will have a guided walking tour of the city, and our second day will be free time to independently explore the town, its parks, churches, and museums. In Medellín we will stay in dormitory accommodation in a centrally-located hostel, allowing you to enjoy the exciting nightlife of the city.

About Medellín: The rapid transformation that has taken place in Colombia's second largest city is one like no other. Having spent the 1980s and 90s with international reputation of one of the world's most dangerous cities, Medellín has certainly turned itself around. Once synonymous with the infamous Pablo Escobar and the Medellín Cartel, the city suffered a seriously damaged  reputation amongst international travellers and has only recently become a popular destination amongst backpackers. The Paisas (as people from Medellín are known) have strived to change the city's reputation, and almost nothing of those former days can be seen in the character of the city today - visitors can comfortably enjoy the beautiful architecture, excellent facilities and all round well-developed city! Set amid the rolling green hills of the Aburrá valley and with a warm climate and comfortable altitude of 1538 metres, Medellín has seen more and more travelers flocking to the city in the past few years. With some of the country's finest museums, parks and most impressive architecture as well as a much safer and comfortable atmosphere, it’s easy to see why. Medellín is also one of Colombia's easiest cities to get around with the immaculate and convenient metro system passing all the main points of interest. If you use the metro then make sure you head up on El Teléferico, the city’s cable car, as this is included on your metro ticket and gives you a great view of the city.

Included Activities:
- Head out on a fascinating walking tour of Medellín and learn all about it's tumultuous past : Included in Kitty

Optional Activities:
- Head out of Medellín to explore the nearby charming old town of Santa Fe de Antioquia, and visit its old churches and tamarind markets - COP 3000
- Take the pioneering Metroline cable car up to Santo Domingo, to see a very different area of the city and the revitalising effect the Metroline has had on the communities there - COP 1750
- Visit the colossal Catedral Metropolitana in the city centre, built using over a million bricks between 1875 and 1931 - Free
- See Medellín's perfect blend of art, culture, and history by visiting the Plaza Botero and the nearby Museo de Antioquia and the Rafael Uribe Palacio de la Cultura . COP 10000
- Relax and unwind on a stroll though the Medellín's gorgeous Botanical Gardens, and discover some of its 1000 different floral species on display - COP 2500
- Explore the beautiful model Antioquian village of Pueblito Paisa and the interesting sculpture park at Nutibara Hill - Free
- Explore the Museum of the University of Antioquia, and marvel at its collection of visual arts, anthropological exhibits, and over 20,000 pieces of pre-Colombian ceramics - Free
- Head out and discover some of Medellín's vibrant and unusual nightlife at the Dulce Jesus Mio club - COP 10000
- See some of Colombia's finest contemporary art at the Museo de Arte Moderno (NAMM), including the complete work of the local painter Débora Arango - COP 5000
- Discover the story of Colombia's most infamous drug kingpin and the wealthiest criminal in history, Pablo Escobar, on a tour of his old haunts - COP 60000
- Visit the planetarium and public science exhibits at the Parque de los Deseos - Free

Accommodation: Hotel
Meals Included: Lunch

Day 8-9: Medellin
Today we will drive to the vibrant city of Medellín, where we will spend 3 nights. Estimated Drive Time - 6-7 hours. On our first full day in Medellín we will have a guided walking tour of the city, and our second day will be free time to independently explore the town, its parks, churches, and museums. In Medellín we will stay in dormitory accommodation in a centrally-located hostel, allowing you to enjoy the exciting nightlife of the city.

About Medellín: The rapid transformation that has taken place in Colombia's second largest city is one like no other. Having spent the 1980s and 90s with international reputation of one of the world's most dangerous cities, Medellín has certainly turned itself around. Once synonymous with the infamous Pablo Escobar and the Medellín Cartel, the city suffered a seriously damaged  reputation amongst international travellers and has only recently become a popular destination amongst backpackers. The Paisas (as people from Medellín are known) have strived to change the city's reputation, and almost nothing of those former days can be seen in the character of the city today - visitors can comfortably enjoy the beautiful architecture, excellent facilities and all round well-developed city! Set amid the rolling green hills of the Aburrá valley and with a warm climate and comfortable altitude of 1538 metres, Medellín has seen more and more travellers flocking to the city in the past few years. With some of the country's finest museums, parks and most impressive architecture as well as a much safer and comfortable atmosphere, it’s easy to see why. Medellín is also one of Colombia's easiest cities to get around with the immaculate and convenient metro system passing all the main points of interest. If you use the metro then make sure you head up on El Teléferico, the city’s cable car, as this is included on your metro ticket and gives you a great view of the city.

Included Activities:

- Head out on a fascinating walking tour of Medellín and learn all about it's tumultuous past - Included in Kitty

Optional Activities:
- Head out of Medellín to explore the nearby charming old town of Santa Fe de Antioquia, and visit its old churches and tamarind markets - COP 3000
- Take the pioneering Metroline cable car up to Santo Domingo, to see a very different area of the city and the revitalising effect the Metroline has had on the communities there - COP 1750
- Visit the colossal Catedral Metropolitana in the city centre, built using over a million bricks between 1875 and 1931 - Free
- See Medellín's perfect blend of art, culture, and history by visiting the Plaza Botero and the nearby Museo de Antioquia and the Rafael Uribe Palacio de la Cultura - COP 10000
- Relax and unwind on a stroll though the Medellín's gorgeous Botanical Gardens, and discover some of its 1000 different floral species on display - COP 2500
- Explore the beautiful model Antioquian village of Pueblito Paisa and the interesting sculpture park at Nutibara Hill - Free
- Explore the Museum of the University of Antioquia, and marvel at its collection of visual arts, anthropological exhibits, and over 20,000 pieces of pre-Colombian ceramics : Free
- Head out and discover some of Medellín's vibrant and unusual nightlife at the Dulce Jesus Mio club - COP 10000
- See some of Colombia's finest contemporary art at the Museo de Arte Moderno (NAMM), including the complete work of the local painter Débora Arango - COP 5000
- Discover the story of Colombia's most infamous drug kingpin and the wealthiest criminal in history, Pablo Escobar, on a tour of his old haunts - COP 60000
- Visit the planetarium and public science exhibits at the Parque de los Deseos - Free

Accommodation: Hotel

Day 10-12: San Gil

Today we will drive to San Gil, the outdoor capital of Colombia and a mecca for extreme-sports enthusiasts! Tonight we will enjoy a vegetarian Indian buffet from the campsite's in-house restaurant. Estimated Drive Time - 9-11 hours. The following two days will be free to enjoy some of the myriad of adrenaline activities on offer in the area, or to spend some time relaxing on the farm. In San Gil we camp in a coffee and cattle farm outside town.

About San Gil: San Gil is a small town in the Yariguíes Mountains of eastern Colombia, founded in 1689. During the build-up to Colombian independence, the town was an important gathering point for many native people from surrounding areas who would then march on Bogotá. Now it is famous as being the adventure capital of the region, and there are several outdoor activities available for visitors such as rafting, hiking and caving.

Optional Activities:

- Explore the beautiful scenery around San Gil on one of the area's many walking trails, perhaps to the colonial town of Barichala or on the old road to Guane village - Free
- Discover the scenery of the San Gil region on a horse riding trip through the surrounding hills - USD 40
- Head out on an exhilarating white water rafting trip - the area has options for all levels, from beginner-level rapids on the nearby River Fonce, through the awe-inspiring canyon scenery on the fast rapids of the River Chicamocha, or the crazy Grade 5 rapids of the River Suarez! - COP 50000
- Explore the incredible underground caves of Cueva del Indio or Cueva de Vaca underneath the area of San Gil on a fully-equipped caving tour - USD 20
- Get your adrenline flowing on a downhill mountain-biking ride through the spectacular scenery of the down the nearby Suarez Valley or the Chicamocha Canyon - USD 90
- Head out to the natural swimming and diving pools of Pescaderito, an area very popular with San Gil's locals and visitors - Free
- Freely explore the atmospheric old town of Barilacha, and discover its cobblestone streets, whitewashed buildings, and red-tiled roofs that look almost as new as the day they were created some 300 years ago - Free
- Take a pleasant stroll and a swim in San Gil's Parque El Gallineral, getting lost amongst the magical forests of trees covered in wispy climbing shrubs - COP 6000
- Take a short trek to the base of the Juan Curi waterfall, a dramatic 180m-high cascade where you can swim in the natural pool beneath or even abseil down part of the cliff! - COP 7000

Accommodation: Camping (with facilities)
Meals Included: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

Day 13-14: Mompós
Today we will drive to the peaceful and rarely-visited colonial town of Mompós, where we will stay for 2 nights. Estimated Drive Time - 9-11 hours. The following day we go on a short boat trip down Rio Magdalena to observe the riverside life and do some wildlife spotting. There will also be plenty of free time to explore this historical colonial town, the first town in Colombia to declare independence from Spain, wander the beautiful streets and soak up the atmosphere of the architecture. In Mompós we stay in a lovely local hotel.

About Mompós: The quiet colonial town of Mompós, located in the wetlands along the River Magdelena, is most famous as being the location where the revolutionary Simón Bolívar declared independence from Spain in 1812 and then recruited an army to march on Caracas. Once an important port for transporting goods up the river, the old colonial buildings of Mompós are not only well-preserved but are largely still used today for their original purpose, providing a good example of a living colonial-style city.

Included Activities:
- Explore the area of Mompós by boat, on a beautiful short trip out on the Magdelena River: Included in Kitty

Accommodation: Hotel
Meals Included: Breakfast (1x), Lunch (1x)

Day 15-16: Tayrona National Park
Today we drive north to Tayrona, one of the most popular National Parks in Colombia. Leaving our main luggage stored on the truck, we take a day-pack/ night-bag and go on a moderate walk in to the park to where we will stay. Mules to carry your luggage can be hired at an extra cost. Estimated Drive Time - 8-9 hours. The following day is a free day to explore this stunning coastal park. We have the opportunity to trek to El Pueblito, a pre-Hispanic settlement of the Tayrona people, do some snorkeling, or just relax on the beautiful beaches. In Tayrona National Park we will stay in rented hammocks. The hammocks are equipped with mosquito nets but please note that the nets are not treated with Permethrin or similar pesticides. There is also an option to bring tents if you prefer to stay in a tent rather than a hammock, but please note that mules will have to ber hired to carry your tent, at an extra cost.

About Tayrona National Park: Tayrona National Park is a wonderful protected area on the northern coast of Colombia, which contains a huge diversity of animal and plant species including 2000 species of animals and 800 types of plants. This is in part due to the variation in geology of the area - at sea level the climate is arid and the rugged coastline has some excellent beaches and coves, but the terrain quickly rises as you travel inland, where we find a subtropical climate and cloud forests on the foothills of the Sierra Nevada Mountains. The National Park can be thoroughly explored on foot as there are many winding trails through the incredible scenery. Further biodiversity is present offshore in the warm water of the coral reefs, which offer an excellent opportunity for snorkeling and swimming.

Optional Activities:
- Relax and unwind on the stunning unspoilt beaches of Colombia's Tayrona National Park - Free
- Discover some of Tayrona's abundant species of fish and aquatic plants by snorkeling in the calmer areas of the ocean along the coast - Free
- Freely explore some of Tayrona National Park's scenic walking trails, including a hike to the mysterious ancient ruins of Pueblito hidden in the jungles high above the coastline - Free

Accommodation: Camping (with facilities)
Meals Included: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

Day 17: Cartagena
We will have some more free time in Tayrona National Park in the morning, before we walk back to the park entrance and complete our epic journey with a drive to the beautiful coastal colonial city of Cartagena. In Cartagena we will stay in a comfortable hotel just outside the historical centre. Estimated Drive Time - 5-6 hours.

About Cartagena: Cartagena is one of the most historic cities in South America - legendary for both for its history and beauty, Cartagena is often one of the favourite destinations of most travellers who visit it. The area has been inhabited by various native civilisations for thousands of years before the city was founded in 1533 CE by Spanish conquistador Pedro de Heredia - the settlement was named after the city of Cartagena in Spain, where most of Heredia's sailors were from. Having suffered a tumultuous past full of battles, raids, invasions, destructions and reconstructions, the city became heavily fortified and huge defensive walls surround its narrow cobbled streets and colonial buildings. The city is made up of various districts - the new town with its high rise hotels, apartments and nightspots, and the older colonial parts of the city. The old city is the main attraction for visitors, particularly the inner walled town which is packed with churches, monasteries, plazas and mansions.

Included Activities:
- Freely explore the fascinating colonial city of Cartagena or learn all about its incredible history on a guided walking tour : Included in Kitty

Accommodation: Hotel
Meals Included: Breakfast, Lunch

Day 18: Cartagena
Today we will have an included walking tour of the city, and then the afternoon will be free to explore the city further, enjoy the many optional activities on offer, or simply relax on the beach.

Accommodation: Hotel
Meals Included: Breakfast

Day 19: Cartagena
Border information: if you are finishing in Cartagena, you will most likely exit Colombia at Cartagena Rafael Núñez International Airport (IATA code: CTG). Today is the end day for passengers finishing their trip in Cartagena. Please note there is no accommodation included on the trip tonight - please contact the Dragoman Sales team if you are interested in booking extra nights of accommodation in order to fully explore and take part in some of the optional activities listed below. If you are continuing on to Panama then your leader will assist you with airport transfers for your included flight. You will stay tonight in a comfortable hotel in either Panama City or Cartagena (depending on the flight times and availability).

Optional Activities:
- Discover the brutal history of the Spanish Inquisition at their former headquarters in Cartagena, the Palace of the Inquistion - COP 15000
- Learn all about Cartagena's naval tradition and history at the Naval Museum of the Caribbean - COP 15000
- Visit the mud volcano of Totumo, and take a rejuvenating mud bath in its crater - USD 25
- Visit the historic coastal Spanish fortress of Castillo San Felipe - COP 17000

Meals Included: Breakfast
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Mithilfe
Bei dieser Overlandtour bist du nicht nur Zuschauer, sondern aktives Mitglied der Gruppe. Alle Teilnehmer packen bei den täglich anfallenden Aufgaben mit an. Dazu gehören beispielsweise die Unterstützung bei der Zubereitung der Mahlzeiten, Einkaufen, Geschirrspülen oder der Auf- und Abbau der Zelte. Jeder in der Gruppe beteiligt sich und man wechselt sich täglich mit den Aufgaben ab. Der Spaß steht dabei im Vordergrund!

Tourstil
Echtes Abenteuer für budgetbewusste Reisende, die Unabhängigkeit mit der Sicherheit einer Gruppe verbinden wollen oder ein Maximum an Flexibilität suchen. Du kannst alles erwarten, aber keine Extras, die du nicht in Anspruch nehmen willst. Das bedeutet in der Regel einfache landestypische Unterkünfte, einige inkludierte Mahlzeiten und viel Freiraum für eigene Erkundungen. So hast du unterwegs die Möglichkeit, dir aus zahlreichen optionalen Aktivitäten je nach Interessen, Reisebudget und Schwierigkeitsgrad dein persönliches Programm zusammenstellen.