Colombia Houses & Homes - 3 Rentals Available
3 Vacation rentals
- 7 bedrooms 7
- 8 bathrooms
- Sleeps 25 25
- 1 night min
- Swimming pool
- Child friendly
- Air conditioning
from $2,490.00 / night
- 1 bedroom 1
- 1 bathroom
- Sleeps 4 4
- 7 nights min
- Child friendly
- Car not necessary
- Pet friendly
from $57.00 / night
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- La Guajira Department
- Atlantico Department
- Cundinamarca Department
- Putumayo Department
- Vichada Department
- Choco Department
- Arauca Department
- Cesar Department
- Norte de Santander Department
- Vaupes Department
- Antioquia Department
- Cauca Department
- Narino Department
- Tolima Department
- Amazonas Department
- Casanare Department
- Meta Department
- Sucre Department
- Caqueta Department
- Magdalena Department
- Santander Department
- Caldas Department
- Huila Department
- San Andres and Providencia Department
- Boyaca Department
- Guaviare Department
- Risaralda Department
- Valle del Cauca Department
- Bolivar Department
- Guainia Department
- Quindio Department
- Cordoba Department
Sightseeing and Things to Do
- The Caribbean region contains some of the most beautiful beaches in the country and is perfect for boating, diving, or just soaking up the sun.
- Take the family to Santa Mara, Colombia’s oldest city, and walk through a historic district famous for its colonial architecture.
- Travel to Tayrona National Park to explore the sandy beaches and gorgeous jungle of this unspoiled paradise.
- Save time and have a unique family experience at one of our Cartagena, Colombia, rental properties by taking a day trip to Totumo Volcano and relaxing in its natural mud baths.
- Colombia house rentals in the Coastal Pacific region give you access to beaches on the coast and rainforest further inland. This is a prime place for whale- and dolphin-watching.
- Enjoy the sugary sand of Bahía Solano during the day, and visit turtle sanctuaries during the evening.
- Walk down the streets of Bogota to see the eclectic mix of colonial and modern architecture.
- Visit the Gold Museum and see an astonishing collection of pre-colonial native gold work.
- Horseback-riding, boating, and hiking are the main draws of the swamps, flood plains, and waterways of the Los Llanos region.
- Visit Serrania de La Macarena National Park to see the Caño Cristales, the “river of five colors.” You can also see waterways that are home to the pink Amazonian river dolphin.
- Enjoy the lush beauty of Amacayacú National Park. Its river systems are a sight to see, and its swamps are flooded at certain times of year.
- Visit Monkey Island, home to several species of primate and a great place for bird-watching.
Regional Food and Dining
Weather and Climate
- Amazon: Humid, average temperature above 80°F and heavy rainfall all year
- Coastal Pacific: Humid and tropical, average daily temperature of 79° F
- Los Llanos: Semi-tropical, temperatures range from 70°to 80°F, with a rainy season that lasts six months
- Andes: The coldest region, temperatures between 50° and 63°F, colder at higher elevations
- Caribbean: Humid with average temperatures between 74°F and 90°F
When to Visit
- The Blacks and Whites Carnival in Pasto (January)
- Bogota Carnival (August 6)
- Peak coloration of the Caño Cristales (June through November)
- Whale-watching (July)
- Amazon Folk Music Pirarucú de Oro in Leticia (November)
If you're in the mood for an exotic vacation, Columbia beach rentals await. This beautiful and eclectic country offers stunning scenery, delicious food, amazing coffee, and plenty of opportunities for entertainment. Book your plane tickets, and head for Columbia if you're in the mood for a one-of-a-kind vacation.
Things to DoWhether you're staying in the progressive city of Bogotá or you've chosen one of the smaller outlying towns, you'll want to visit Bogotá at least once. Head to the Monserrate summit if you're interested in sweeping views of the city — just make sure to bring your camera.
The Gold Museum in Bogotá is another can't-miss adventure. It features the world's largest collection of pre-Hispanic gold work, from religious artifacts to serving platters. The Bogotá Botanical Garden is the perfect place to spend a few hours if you want to relax and get back to nature. You'll find native flora and fauna throughout the venue as well as beautiful fountains and comfortable places to sit and relax.
Next, travel to the Castillo San Felipe de Barajas (also known as the San Felipe Castle) in Cartagena. It's a magnificent triangular structure that hints at Columbia's rich and ancient culture.
TransitThe best way to travel between Columbian cities is by plane. The treacherous roads make driving a rental car dangerous and a little uncomfortable, but you can book a small plane for a relatively small sum of money. You can also take the bus if you're interested in saving cash. Most routes are perfectly safe, and although travel will take longer, you'll get to see more of the Columbian landscape.
ClimateThe climate in Columbia depends on where you visit. In Bogotá, cold weather dominates during the winter, but summers are mild and comfortable. Parts of Columbia are more arid or tropical, depending on the geographical location, while the Amazon River Basin is tropical, humid, and much warmer.
ShoppingYou don't want to visit Columbia and forget to bring home souvenirs. Bogotá's Mercado de las Pulgas de Usaquen is one of the best places to start. It's an outdoor marketplace with hundreds of stalls that feature everything from clothing and jewelry to electronics and objets d'art. It doesn't open until 10 a.m., though, so grab a bite to eat before you give your wallet some exercise at the market.
FoodIf you're looking for delicious restaurants, Bogotá consistent delivers. Start with Criterion, which offers an upscale atmosphere and a diverse menu. Try the beef carpaccio, the scallops, and the pork dishes, and make sure to order a cup of rich coffee to finish off the mea.
Other restaurants to try in Bogotá include Harry Sasson, which offers an eclectic menu and a romantic atmosphere, and Restaurante Nazca, an elegant establishment that has developed a reputation for its unforgettable ceviche.
Columbia offers something for everyone, whether you're interested in culture, history, the beach, shopping, dining, or outdoor activities. Book a reservation at a Columbia beach rental and start planning your itinerary.
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