Colombia Tours

A fairy-tale city of romance, legends and sheer beauty, Cartagena of the Indies is an addictive place that can be hard to escape. This is the place to drop all sightseeing routines. Instead, just stroll through Cartagena's maze of cobbled alleys, where enormous balconies are shrouded in bougainvillea and massive churches cast their shadows across leafy plazas. In 1984 Cartagena's colonial walled city and fortress were designated a UNESCO World Heritage Site.

Take time out to walk through Cartagena's welcoming alleys and streets, relax at one of many open-air cafés, prime viewing spots to watch the parade of horse-drawn carriages, fashionable locals and mystified tourists. When the bustling city gets too much, you can always escape to the nearby islands.  This vibrant city that should be on every traveler must-see list.

Get back in touch with history on a learning escapade FOR-TRAVEL-SAKE.

Ports, Fortresses and Group of Monuments – Cartagena

Southern Caribbean Cruise From Panama

Enjoy 10 nights of relaxing vacation cruising through beautiful Southern Caribbean islands and Cartagena from Panama, our Port of Call and home to the 8th wonder of the World "The Panama Canal" waterway. And, when it comes to beautiful beaches and sparkling blue waters, the Caribbean really is in a league of its own. And no one does the Caribbean better than Royal Caribbean International. There are countless adventures within reach on your cruise vacation-get up close and personal with nature and culture in Cartagena-Colombia and the ABC Islands of Netherland Antilles (Aruba, Bonaire and Curacao).

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Calling all history buffs! Take part in a historical tour of Cartagena for a brief overview of the city's most famous historical landmarks. Visit the Castle of San Felipe and the San Pedro Claver Church and learn about Cartagena's fascinating history from your expert local guide. Spend the day relaxing in the Rosario Islands, swimming in the pristine Caribbean waters, and visiting the local aquarium.

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Additional Information for Colombia


  • Colombian Peso. The U.S. dollar is accepted, often paying a premium.

Entry/Exit requirements

  • Visa is not required for the first 60 days
  • Roundtrip/outbound ticket
  • Passport: U.S. citizens traveling by air, road, or sea MUST present a valid passport that has a remaining validity of at least 90 days. You will be returned to your point of departure in the U.S. on the next flight with available seating if you carry invalid documentation. Complete information on how to obtain a U.S. passport is available at or by calling 1-877-487-2778
  • When you leave Colombia, you will have to pay a departure tax of $87 USD.
  • Taking out a comprehensive travel and medical insurance is recommended.

Direct Flights to Cartagena (CTG) Rafael Núñez International Airport