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Natalia’s agency Your Local Agency for Cultural and Adventure Travel in Colombia

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We are a Colombian travel agency founded in 2007, specializing in adventure and discovery, eco-tourism, and community tourism. Our agency is committed to providing visitors with a high-quality, authentic, and personalized experience in the beautiful country we call home. To make sure each trip that we organize is truly unique and unforgettable, we have worked closely with local communities and ser... We are a Colombian travel agency founded in 2007, specializing in adventure and discovery, eco-tourism, and community tourism. Our agency is committed to providing visitors with a high-quality, authentic, and personalized experience in the beautiful country we call home. To make sure each trip that we organize is truly unique and unforgettable, we have worked closely with local communities and service providers from day one, building strong long-term relationships based on trust and mutual benefit. We are constantly working on strengthening, raising awareness, and reinforcing the capacity of our providers and community partners to guarantee the best service, authentic experiences, sustainable benefits, and the preservation of cultural and natural resources. See more
Joined Evaneos: 4 years ago
Agency operating for: 12 years
Languages spoken: English, French, Spanish, German, Portuguese
Why was this local agency selected by Evaneos?
  • The agency has been organising high-quality adventure and discovery tours in Colombia since 2007
  • They work closely with local communities and promote responsible tourism in every trip
  • The agents are not only experts of Colombia but also specialize in tailor-made travel
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Cartagena Colombia

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Cartagena Colombia
 We love Colombia because of its warmth, its welcoming people, its diverse ecosystem and weather, its culture, its music and dancing, its handcrafts, and its food delicacies... The list goes on! 
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Wax trees in Colombia
Fruits in Colombia
Architecture in Cartagena
Toucan in Colombia
The Agents Top Picks
  • The wax palm trees, the national tree of Colombia, are so tall in Cocora Valley that sometimes on cloudy days you can't see the tree-tops!
  • The variety of tropical fruits in Colombia is unbelievable, when you go wandering in a marketplace you always discover colorful new fruits.
  • Wandering around the streets of Cartagena is a must-do in Colombia. This astonishing colonial city and its architecture is not one to miss!
  • The variety of birds in our country is amazing. You can find more than 20% of the world’s species here in Colombia - a true birding paradise.

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Our agency helped create the 'Colombian Association of Responsible Tourism'
Sustainability is so important to our agency that we were involved in the creation of Acotur, 'Asociación Colombiana de Turismo Responsable' (Colombian Association of Responsible Tourism) and remain one of its most active members today. By choosing to book your trip through our agency, you are directly contributing to our sustainability efforts: pr... Sustainability is so important to our agency that we were involved in the creation of Acotur, 'Asociación Colombiana de Turismo Responsable' (Colombian Association of Responsible Tourism) and remain one of its most active members today. By choosing to book your trip through our agency, you are directly contributing to our sustainability efforts: providing work for local Colombian companies, so that the revenue generated by tourism contributes to our country's development; supporting organisations that are engaged in the preservation of their surrounding environment and traditions; supporting communities through programs that enable economic development and awareness; and reforestation through a project known as 'Walnut Maya' (for every traveler, one tree is planted!) See more

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  • SoLittle
    SoLittle
    May 16, 2019
    Best parts:
    All local tours/guides were good, some were outstanding and standout as our favourite aspect of the trip. Sorry. If we forget a name, we met so many wonderful individuals! Balthazar (sp??) and Mike (Bogota); bike tour (Villa de Leyva); Luis (Barichara); Christian (Pereira); Denny (swamp tour in Cartagena). Our drivers were professional, helpful and fun. Special thanks to our driver between Villa de Leyva/Barichara/Bucaramanga. Although we didn't speak Spanish, we did understand enough Spanish to know what he said to us and he always made us feel comfortable and safe. (And during the drive we got to watch a bonus cycling road race that was a thrill as we are huge cycling fans!) Colombia was our 35th country to visit and we always try to learn about other cultures. We are happiest when we can have meaningful conversations with locals about how they see their country - pros and cons. We found the guides we had on this trip to be great representatives and ambassadors to their country, We always try to keep an open mind when we visit a new country, an although Colombia has had a turbulent past, we were so impressed with the ambitious, hardworking and passionate individuals we met in our journey. The artisans we encountered on our journey were also outstanding. One option we would suggest is a hiking tour in Cocora Valley that offered an overnight with a local indigenous family. We would have said yes in an instant!
    Worst parts:
    Long travels days, although understandability necessary given the size of the country We would suggest adding an extra day at Pereira and Villa de Leyva to allow more time between travelling.
    Summary:
    We experienced what we feel is a good representation of Colombia. We are active travellers so we enjoyed the bike tours (quick way to see a lot of area while still feeling connected to the area), hiki...We experienced what we feel is a good representation of Colombia. We are active travellers so we enjoyed the bike tours (quick way to see a lot of area while still feeling connected to the area), hiking and we always welcomed trying local foods. As Canadians, we loved the weather of Bogotá, Villa de Leyva and Pereira! Cocora Valley was a highlight as the natural beauty was outstanding. Overall we found the culture of the central area of Colombia to be a highlight of the trip.See more

  • Willie121
    Willie121
    April 17, 2019
    Best parts:
    My favorite parts of the trip was our time spent in the Cocoro Valley, the little towns of Solento and Finlandia and our time on the coast at the B**** Hotel in Tayrona. The nature was stunning. Cartagena (beautiful old colonial walled city) and Medellin were interesting cities and we were glad we had planned to visit these places as well. We had some excellent guides which really enhanced our trip. We really enjoyed visiting Guatape and Penol too.
    Worst parts:
    The drive from Cartagena to the Tayrona coast was long and stressful. I'd recommend flying there instead. Some of the hotel choices weren't great. We could have also skipped Rosario Island-or maybe it was the hotel at Rosario. The rooms were nice but the food wasn't good and there weren't other place to eat. The beachfront of that hotel also had very limited swimming areas.
    Summary:
    See above. We spent two nights in Cartagena and then went to the Rosario Island for two nights. From there we went to Minca and the Tayrona Park area. We could have used another day in Minca and ...See above. We spent two nights in Cartagena and then went to the Rosario Island for two nights. From there we went to Minca and the Tayrona Park area. We could have used another day in Minca and skipped Tayrona Park although that coastal area was beautiful. Our stay at the B*** Hotel was wonderful-the hotels there sit on a beautiful river that flows into the Caribbean. The birds, flora and wildlife was spectacular. We then went to Medellin for 4 nights (2-3 would have been fine). We had excellent guides here and the city is an interesting place. From there we went to Solento, hiked in the Coccoro Valley and visited a beautiful coffee plantation. The people we met were very friendly and helpful.See more
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    Dear Karen, Thank you for your feedback! It was a pleasure for me to be a part of the organization of this trip. All the team is happy to hear your comments about the destinations you visited and the...Dear Karen, Thank you for your feedback! It was a pleasure for me to be a part of the organization of this trip. All the team is happy to hear your comments about the destinations you visited and the recommendations that we will certainly have into account for our future travellers. I wish you the best for the future Warm regards from Bogotá NataliaSee more