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Colombia glamping:
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Visit Colombia: glamping getaways

Years ago, Colombia was put on the map for many around the world for things that wouldn’t necessarily inspire travel. However, it’s time to cast aside all of our outdated ideas, like drug wars and gangsters, to find a country brimming with opportunity and confidence, a country moving evermore quickly into a peaceful and promising future. The country of Colombia is slowly but surely becoming one of the best places to visit in South America. Holidays here will take you across a variety of landscapes. Travel South America and you’ll be hard pressed to find a country like Colombia. From soaring Andean peaks to pristine Caribbean coast, tropical Amazonian jungles to two sun-kissed deserts, cities full of color and cryptic archaeological ruins, visit Colombia and be prepared for one of the best-possible South America trips. Start at the Caribbean coast and make your way through the bustling cities of Cartagena, Medellin, and Bogotá before heading for the Sierra Nevada Santa Maria or the colonial villages of Salento and Mompox. Colombia travel options are so diverse, visitors of all ages and interests are sure to find a luxury camping trip that catches their eye. Book your Colombia camping getaway with Glamping Hub and discover some of the best Colombia vacation rentals in unbeatable locations. Colombia’s position near the equator has greatly determined the landscape, where visitors will find a diversity of ecosystems and terrain found in few other countries. Make your way from the sun-drenched islands of the Caribbean to the emerald green hills of the coffee region ‘Zona Cafatera.’ The terrain in Colombia keeps climbing as you move south, past Bogotá, the third-highest capital city in the world, all the way to the snow-capped peaks and alpine lakes of the Andes just a little more south. Finally, the mountains give way to Los Llanos, a 550,000-sq-km swath of tropical grasslands shared with Venezuela, often called the Serengeti of South America. Colombia's varied terrain is ripe with outdoor adventures, like diving, climbing, rafting, and hiking. With so many amazing places to visit in Colombia in outdoor destinations, book holiday accommodation that are equally amazing. The best holiday destinations in Colombia can be found on Glamping Hub. Here you can find the best places to go camping. Colombia glamping vacations will take you to some of the most amazing destinations, so check them out. Browse your options for glamping in Colombia and get ready for the trip of a lifetime. Colombia, South America awaits!

Things to do in Medellin & cities of Colombia

Glamping Colombia vacations can be whatever you want to make of them. With the major cities in Colombia so integrated into the wilderness around them, it’s really easy to spend a few days in places like Cartagena or Medellin before getting outdoors. For example, on the Caribbean coast is the city of Cartagena. One of the best-preserved colonial destinations in the Americas, you’ll feel as if you’ve been transported back in time as you stroll through the walled city. Things to do in Cartagena are easy to find. Walk the 13 kilometers of city walls, enjoy the colorful colonial architecture and bougainvillea-covered balconies, and the cobblestone plazas that dot the city. Cartagena is a great starting off point for those looking to explore the coast and the islands, an easy boat trip away from the city. Farther south, Medellin was perhaps once best known because of people like Pablo Escobar, this city is constantly reinventing itself. The city has cable cars linking the settlements in its hills to a modern metro system in the valley below, a belt of eco parks, beautiful libraries, amazing restaurants, and museums. The top things to do in Medellin are all accessible from our accommodations around the city. A day of sightseeing might start in the Old Quarter with Botero Plaza before heading to the Museum of Antioquia and the Rafael Uribe Uribe Palace of Culture. After lunch, take the sleek escalator system through Comuna 13 to explore the colorful neighborhoods and streets of the hills around the city. End the day in Medellin's trendiest neighborhood, El Poblado, where you'll find unique eateries, boutique shops, and the vast majority of the city's hotels. After a long day of sightseeing, you can retire to accommodations like a bubble hotel. Medellin is home to some of our favorite boutique hotels, domes, and luxury camping in Colombia. Of course, there is one last city in which you can find glamping. Bogotá, the country’s capital, is home to some of the best tents for glamping. Colombia & Bogotá truly offer the perfect blend of city and country! Finish your glamping tour of Colombia’s cities in the capital. Explore the historic center of La Candelaria and Plaza de Bolívar, visit the Museum of Gold, or head to the neighborhoods of North Bogotá for some of the best shopping and restaurants. There are so many things to do in Colombia, whether you stay in the cities or not.

Best beaches in Colombia

Holidays in Colombia wouldn’t be complete without a trip to the beach and with its equatorial location, beach-goers can expect year-round beach weather. Colombia holidays on the beach can be on either the country’s Pacific or Caribbean coasts; both coasts being home to some truly spectacular Colombia beaches. Some of our favorite beaches on the Caribbean coast include Playas de Palomino, Playa Blanca on Isla Baru, Capurgana, and the beaches of the island archipelago of San Andres. On the Pacific, you have beaches like El Valle, famous for the marine turtles that lay their eggs on its beaches and the whales that show up every year from June to October, Nuqui, Rodadero, and El Amejal. Find beaches perfect for snorkeling or scuba diving, places to relax away from the crowds, or beaches with the city right next door for easy access to shops and restaurants. Some of the best glamping in Colombia can be found along both coasts, with holiday accommodations ranging from private islands for rent to bubble glamping. For the vacations with the most luxury - Colombia beach holidays and luxury glamping are the perfect way to relax after having spent a few days exploring Colombia’s cities or mountains!

Best time to visit Colombia

As a result of Colombia’s equatorial location, you’ll almost never find cold temperatures. However, with a solid wet and dry season, there definitely is a better time of year to go to Colombia. December to March is the dry season, with sunny days and warm weather, making it the best time to visit Colombia. There is a shorter dry season from July to September, as well, however during this period of the year you are more likely to encounter larger crowds and higher prices. Colombia’s first rainy season is from April to June and the second is October and November. If you plan to visit during these months, make sure to pack an umbrella and rain jacket! Temperatures in the country really depend on what region and altitude you are in. However, in general, temperatures range from 70-90°F (21-32°C) in lower altitudes and 35-50°F (2-10°C) in higher altitudes. No matter the season, you’ll find options for glam camping & Colombia holidays perfect for you!

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