Luxury Caribbean Colombia group tour for over 50s

Price
US $5707 excluding flights
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Duration
11 Days
Type
Small group
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Price Per Person $5707 USD based on 2 adults sharing superior accommodation. *Single Supplement + USD $1178 --- Optional Luxury Upgrade: Price Per Person $7719 USD based on 2 adults sharing luxury accommodation. *Single Supplement + USD $2726
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Description of Luxury Caribbean Colombia group tour for over 50s

Price information

US $5707 excluding flights
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Price Per Person $5707 USD based on 2 adults sharing superior accommodation. *Single Supplement + USD $1178 --- Optional Luxury Upgrade: Price Per Person $7719 USD based on 2 adults sharing luxury accommodation. *Single Supplement + USD $2726
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Responsible Travel

As the pioneers of responsible tourism, we've screened this (and every) holiday so that you can travel knowing it will help support the places and people that you visit, and the planet. Read how below.

Planet

We encourage our guests to bring reusable water bottles and shopping bags to minimize waste and support local initiatives for recycling and waste management. During our city tour, we educate our guests about the history and cultural significance of the city, emphasizing the importance of preserving its architectural heritage and cultural traditions.

On our private boat excursion to Rosario Islands, we ensure that our guests are informed about the importance of protecting the marine ecosystem and avoiding actions that can harm coral reefs and marine life. We provide snorkeling equipment, but we ask our guests to avoid touching the coral or feeding the fish. We also work with local organizations to support conservation efforts and sustainable fishing practices.

During our visit to the coffee plantations, we educate our guests about the importance of sustainable agriculture and the impact of coffee farming on the local ecosystem.

We work with local guides who have a deep understanding and appreciation of the local flora and fauna and encourage travelers to practice responsible hiking and camping practices such as leaving no trace, avoiding the use of plastic, and respecting wildlife.

In Tayrona National Park, we prioritize responsible tourism practices such as adhering to the park's rules and regulations, which include not feeding or disturbing wildlife and refraining from littering. We work with local guides who have a deep understanding of the park's cultural and environmental significance, and who can share this knowledge with our travelers. We also support local conservation efforts by contributing a portion of our profits to local organizations working to protect the park's ecosystems.

We ensure that our visits to Taironaka are conducted in a way that respects the local culture and environment. Our guides provide a detailed explanation of the site's significance and history, while also emphasizing the importance of preserving it for future generations. We ask our guests to follow the rules and guidelines put in place by the local authorities to protect the site and its natural surroundings.

Throughout our tour, we will ensure that our impact on the environment is minimal, following Leave No Trace principles and adhering to sustainable tourism practices. By traveling responsibly, we hope to contribute positively to the local community and preserve the natural and cultural beauty of Cabo de la Vela for future generations.

People

In Cartagena, we work with local guides who are passionate about sharing their city's history and culture with visitors. We encourage our guests to respect local customs and traditions and to support local businesses.

Minca is a small mountain village that is home to a vibrant community of coffee growers and other artisans. To support the local economy, visitors can purchase locally-grown coffee and other products, as well as take part in cultural experiences such as the coffee and cacao tour.

Taironaka is a cultural park that is dedicated to preserving the traditions of the indigenous Tayrona people. Visitors can learn about the history and customs of this ancient civilization through guided tours and interactive exhibits. To respect the cultural significance of the site, visitors should refrain from touching or removing any artifacts, and be mindful of the local customs and traditions.

When visiting Cabo de la Vela and the surrounding desert region of La Guajira, we stay in locally owned accommodations, supporting the local economy and fostering cultural exchange. Visitors can support the local community by purchasing handmade crafts and textiles, and taking part in cultural experiences such as traditional dances and storytelling sessions. It's important to be respectful of the local customs and traditions and to seek permission before taking photographs or filming.

Overall, we aim to create a positive impact through our tours, promoting responsible travel practices and contributing to the sustainable development of the communities we visit. We believe that by traveling responsibly, we can enrich our own experiences while also benefiting the places and people we encounter along the way.

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