Colombia Group Tour for Solo Travelers 30-45 | Indico Travels
Women walking in Colombia

Colombia Group Tour for Solo Travelers

Join other 30-45-year-olds on this colorful trip to Colombia

Colorful Colombia
14 DAYS, 4-12 PEOPLE
4 Reviews

Share

See Map

14 DAYS

4 Reviews
Trip Highlights

Street art in Bogotá & Medellín

Marvel at giant palm trees in Cocora Valley

Explore colorful mountain towns

Climb Piedra del Peñol rock

Indico Travels' Specials

Created for 30-45 year-olds

Boat trip to Caribbean islands

Nightlife in Medellín and Cartagena

Sleep in huts in the jungle

Are you 30-45 years old and dream of visiting Colombia, but don't want to travel alone? Then this trip could be perfect for you!

During this 14-day tour you'll sip fresh coffee with a view of wide, green coffee plantations. You discover sleepy mountain villages and the explosive Colombian game of tejo. You'll hike through Tayrona National Park to gorgeous white beaches. Explore Colombia's major cities, with their rich and exciting history: discover Bogotá by bike, go on a street art tour in Medellín's Comuna 13 neighborhood, and walk through Cartagena's alleys steeped in colonial history.

Local fishermen from a community project take us out on the water in La Boquilla. Upon returning to shore, we cook a Colombian dish with the women of the village. We treat ourselves to a boat ride to a Caribbean island where we can unwind in a tropical paradise.

This trip is planned with people like you in mind: 30-45 year-olds traveling alone and looking to experience a shared adventure.

This colorful journey explore Colombia's many facets. Will you join the ride?

video
Valle del Cocora

Reviews

Katharina, 36, Speyer
Colorful Colombia
Where to begin with so many highlights on this extraordinary trip? First of all, I love the concept: solo travellers between 30-45. Fits me perfectly. I also particularly liked the variety during the trip. Big cities with their flair and history and especially as a graffiti and street art fan, I got my money's worth. But there was also a lot of nature, flora and fauna (I love that too). One highlight followed the next and it was never boring. There was something for all senses. We saw a lot, experienced a lot, tried out a lot and, above all, partied a lot. We danced away any excess energy ;) The accommodation was top notch. (Especially my camper van and the rest of the creative campsite). The guide, Marcel, did a very good job with a lot of expertise and good humour. And Sina was the best supervisor before the start of the trip (tips and tricks for booking flights or activities on site) were sent by email. So I always felt well looked after - even when I wanted to "do something on my own"...I am a fan of Indico Travels* and find the concept and the implementation excellent so far. I can't stop raving about it and keep recommending them :) *These reviews were written when Indico Travels was still called MiAventura, so we changed the name here accordingly.