Bogota is the capital city of Colombia and is also far and away the largest city in the country, making it a cultural and cosmopolitan hotspot. With that, it has also grown to be one of the hippest and coolest cities in South America because of its amazing cuisine, art, architecture, history, and culture. There are hundreds of interesting things to do in Bogota and I’d recommend at least 3-5 days here to understand and truly enjoy the great things it has to offer. Since this is such a big city, it can be tough to decide where to stay, so here we’ve got a comprehensive take on the best Bogota hostels so you can best enjoy this city.
Colombia has struggled for some time to shake off its negative image because of the drug trade, violence, and crime but in recent years this country has emerged as one of the best destinations in all of South America and is a place where I have spent literally years exploring.
First, we’ll cover a little more about Bogota, and then take a good look at the coolest and safest neighborhoods of Bogota to stay so you can check out what the area around the hostel has to offer and whether it is the type of place you’d want to explore and be in.
After that, we’ll jump straight into the best Bogota hostels ranked from #1 to #12. And then at the end, we will get into the best hostels for every kind of traveler, whether you are looking to party, are a solo traveler, looking for peace and quiet, and artsy place, or pretty much anything else, so don’t miss out.
About the Capital City of Bogota
Bogota is perched up high in the Colombian Andes region about 2,640 meters above sea level (8,660 feet). With about 9 million people in Bogota, you could just imagine how large and overwhelming this city can be to first-time visitors.
Just like any other big city in South America, you will be able to better understand it by tackling each neighborhood (or barrios if you like) one-by-one. Here are some of the coolest neighborhoods you might want to stay in to serve as your base while you are here.
Coolest Neighborhoods to Stay in Bogota
- Candelaria, Centro Historico – Historically significant to Bogota as it is the first ever neighborhood established back in the 1500s. Here is where you will find the main tourist attractions like plazas, churches, parks, and museums. Walk down cobblestone streets and discover graffiti art of the city. La Candelaria can also be a little gritty and sometimes even sketchy thanks to its proximity to “bad” neighborhoods. This is the #1 place to stay for budget travelers, and also first-time visitors.
- Teusaquillo – Known for its neo-colonial French and English inspired architecture from the mid-20th century since this place is where the richest of the rich Bogotano families used to live. It is a relatively safe neighborhood to walk around and wander off to little shops and cafes.
- Chapinero – Many consider this the coolest neighborhood in all of Bogota. It is home to great shopping centers as well as historic architecture and open green spaces. This is a cool place to be, and where I would recommend if you have gotten your fill of the Candelaria tourist attractions.
- Usaquen – This is the street food haven in Bogota and this should be in everyone’s itinerary when visiting in this city. You can also find budget-friendly hostels and hotels side by side with interesting restaurants and cafes.
- Zona T – Also known as the Zona Rosa, this is the center of upscale shops, restaurants, malls, and so forth. Not only that, but it is one of the best centers of nightlife in the city. If you are looking for slightly more upscale or more party-centric, then this is your place.
Personally, I would recommend most first-time travelers to stay in La Candelaria, if they are here to do the typical tourist attractions. Like anywhere in Latin America, it is important to always exercise common sense here (and everywhere else in Bogota). If you are the type that would prefer being outside of the main core, then Chapinero would by my second choice — this is the coolest area in general, and is best for those staying longer here in Bogota, in my opinion.
My order of best neighborhoods in Bogota for tourists would be:
- La Candelaria — Center of tourist life, budget friendly
- Chapinero — Coolest overall neighborhood for those who more enjoy exploring food, restaurants, etc.
- Usaquen — Further out, which makes it a more calm and relaxing place to be, away from the hustle and bustle.
- Teusaquillo — A great option if you still want to be central but not right in the heart of the more popular areas.
- Zona T — Best for those who have a slightly higher budget, enjoy the more upscale, access to chain restaurants, or want to be in the center of nightlife.
Now that you know a little more about the best neighborhoods in Bogota, are where might be best for you, we can continue with our guide to the 12 best Bogota hostels to stay in while you are in the city. Let’s start now with this long list!
The Cranky Croc Hostel
Neighborhood: La Candelaria, Centro Historico
The Cranky Croc Hostel is our #1 pick for the best Bogota hostel… Not only that, but it is also the most reviewed hostel in Bogota (combined 2,805 reviews from Booking.com and Hostelworld.com). It is the top rated hostel also, which basically means it has been tested and proven by thousands of backpackers and budget travelers like you and me to be worth your attention and budget.
Strategically located in the Candelaria neighborhood, staying here puts you in the historic center of Bogota which is near the most interesting historical sites, museums, and some awesome nightlife.
Different popular landmarks are just a few hundred meters from the property. You can visit the Museo del Oro, Iglesia de San Francisco, Museo Botero, and the Museo de Arte Colonial.
The hostel is a remodeled colonial house with wide patios and terraces that extend the outdoorsy feel inside with the indoor plants lining the staircases leading to the rooms. The murals on the walls are meticulously painted (Bogota is the capital of street art, in case you didn’t know) which will have you snapping your camera in any corner or angle.
The Cranky Croc Hostel’s room rates start from $10/night with continental breakfast. They offer beds in 4-, 6-, or 10-bed mixed dorm rooms and also private rooms with private bathrooms. There is a shared lounge with TV to watch your fave Netflix shows or you can also play table tennis. How about some Colombian coffee spent peacefully at the nice rooftop lounge with a view?
They’ve got a restaurant on site which offers a good range of food options and caters for every diet. It is open for both breakfast and dinner. Although they have their restaurant, they also have a shared kitchen for guest to make their own food which is essential in any great hostel.
Walking tours are also arranged by the hostel and although free, it is customary to give tips (please be generous) to the tour guides. They also have a craft beer tour, bike tour, and the party bus for which you can choose from. Along with the other hostel-arranged activities, these free tours are a great introduction to see the neighborhood of La Candelaria with its many bars, clubs, stores, and restaurants.
The Cranky Croc Hostel is definitely the hostel that ticks off a lot of your requirements and more.
Masaya Hostel Bogota
Neighborhood: La Candelaria, Centro Historico
Masaya Hostel Bogota is in a typical Colombian building that has been turned into a beautiful hostel. Masaya Hostel scored high with thousands of hostel dwellers for the past years in both Booking.com and Hostelworld.com. It ranks second in the best Bogota hostels because of its location, amenities, and excellent service.
Also located in the district of La Candelaria, this property is perfect for discovering all the major attractions of the city like museums, history, and art. Masaya Hostel is 2-minutes near the Chorro de Quevedo Plaza (where it is believed that Bogota was founded) and about 5 minutes walk from both Museo del Oro and the Botero Museum.
Masaya Hostel Bogota room rates start at $13/night with breakfast. The property offers single beds in 4-, 6-bed dorm rooms and private rooms with shared bathrooms. Guests can relax in the TV room, shared lounges, and a bar. For a change, order some Colombian drinks and enjoy the BBQ facilities in this hostel.
The common areas are distinctly artsy and guest can relax in the many day beds and hammocks dotting the lounge. These seating areas are also open air which is surprisingly welcoming. There is a game room (play pool or table tennis with staff or hostel guests) as well as relaxation rooms so you can choose the area that best fits your mood.
This hostel is also a heritage house with interesting activities that introduce you to the local culture and flavor. The hostel offers free walking tours, live music, local artists in live and exhibitions, salsa dance classes and night cooking classes. If there are other tours, excursions, and cultural events that you would like to do, the staff can accommodate you as well.
La Candelaria is a great neighborhood to stay in and Masaya Hostel Bogota will surely be one good reason to stay longer in Bogota.
Casa Bellavista Hostel
Neighborhood: La Candelaria, Centro Historico
Casa Bellavista Hostel is one of the top Bogota hostels and another great choice if you want to stay in La Candelaria. This renovated colonial house turned hostel is just a 2-minute walk from the Museum of Gold or Museo del Oro and is an ideal location for exploring the area. The facade is with ever-changing graffiti art on its walls which is worth taking a picture.
It is right next to Plazoleta de Quevedo where it is safe to walk around and enjoy the craft shops and the artistic center. This property is just 5 blocks away from the Botero Museum.
Casa Bellavista is an amazing House and is surrounded by a number of quirky cafes, bars, theaters, museums, and galleries. You can also find supermarkets and other stores around the area.
Casa Bellavista Hostel room rates start at $8/night with Continental breakfast and they offer single beds in 6- and 10-bed dorm rooms and private rooms with shared or private bathrooms. The free breakfast is served in a charming patio styled with colored glass windows. The breakfast menu is changed every single day.
But the guests can also use the shared kitchen to prepare their own food. Try to read the recipes left by the other previous guests on the wall, which might prompt you to try some of them (especially if you aren’t a natural cook). Oh, and don’t forget to enjoy the Colombian coffee that is served free (there is tea also) and available all day.
If you would like to learn more about Colombia, their weekly salsa lesson gives you a peek into the culture. But the front desk also offers different tours and excursions around Bogota such as bike tours, party buses, and ecological hikes.
Casa Bellavista Hostel is your home away from home with the personalized service that the owners and the staff provide (and the fluffy dog!).
Hostal La Pinta
Hostal La Pinta is in Chapinero, a neighborhood known for food, shopping, and nightlife. This is a chic, hip, and happening place to be. This hostel is 10 minutes cab/Uber ride from downtown La Candelaria, and it has excellent access to transportation. Around the area of Hostal La Pinta, you can find a grocery store, ATM machines, pharmacy, stores, bars, restaurants, and pretty much anything.
Chapinero is a great place to base yourself, especially if you want to be centrally located between everything that Bogota has to offer, and be able to make easy trips out to La Candelaria, Zona T, or so forth.
Hostal La Pinta room rates start at $11/night with breakfast. This property offers beds in 4- and 8-bed mixed dorm rooms and private rooms with shared and private bathrooms. They also have a communal kitchen that you can use.
The hostel was remodeled with lots of common areas and big gardens with hammocks. It also includes a dining room, a TV room, and a bar. They also have a garden, a terrace, a shared lounge, and a game room. At the tour desk, you can ask for their various Bogota tours and excursions if you would like to join one.
This is a chill and relaxed hostel near the best restaurants and bars plus a lot more thanks to this being one of Bogota’s coolest neighborhoods — is this what you want? Then choose Hostal La Pinta now.
Hobu Hostel was done in traditional British architecture just like much of the Chapinero neighborhood of the 1950s (first records of the house state that it was built around this time), complete with the old staircase and stained glass windows. It was later refurbished and redesigned with industrialist-minimalism in mind. True to its clever acronym of a name, HOBU stands for “hostel but unique”.
Strategically located, Hobu Hostel is in a great position near Chapinero Central, Zona G (aka Gourmet for the many incredible restaurants), as well as a short distance from the upscale Zona T and the historic center of La Candelaria.
Chapinero has more upscale establishments in the area and a mix of low-key and residential also, which makes it more conducive for first time Bogota visitors who don’t want to be in the historic downtown. But within a few minutes, you can reach these cool places by walking or a short Uber ride.
One can also find an almost endless amount of restaurants, clubs/discos, bars, malls, and some cultural events in Chapinero. But mind you, the streets around the hostel have little to no noise at all so this becomes a haven of peace and quiet during the night.
Hobu Hostel room rates start at $8/night with Continental breakfast and this property offers beds in 4-, 6-, and 8-bed mixed dorm rooms and private rooms with shared and private bathrooms. The dorm bunks were designed by a local steel company which mounted them firmly to the ceiling. The property also offers a fully equipped and well-stocked kitchen which you can utilize.
It is worth mentioning that this hostel supports local farmers and markets. They purchase their local Colombian fruits, eggs, vegetables, and other ingredients from the countryside areas near Bogota particularly Cundinamarca and Tolima. They also are eco-friendly and practice recycling and reusing of materials.
If you want to squeeze in some work, you can work from the terrace or the more convenient business center. The cozy living room can also be where you can relax after work. The owners wanted this to be home to digital nomads, budget travelers, and those who live their life on the road.
Socialize with other hostel guests in the bar with delicious cocktails and homemade drinks. You can play some video games in the PlayStation area. But I suggest you have to enjoy a sunset view on the terrace and see the landscape of Bogota from there.
Hostel-arranged social activities range from local club-hopping, walking tours, bike tours, graffiti art tours, and national park tours. Just choose or personalize your own choice with the help of the staff’s recommendations — and don’t miss my picks for the best Bogota tours.
If you want to see another side of Bogota, the Hobu Hostel in Chapinero is a great choice to stay. Definitely, a trendy yet relaxed place to stay in Bogota.
12:12 Hostel is in Chapinero and is a just two blocks from one of the best concentrations of restaurants, bars, and entertainment… It right in Zona G (aka gourmet) where you will find Bogota’s renowned gastronomic zone and some of the best restaurants. This is also a great place to meet new people and plan your other days in the city (in between some amazing meals).
12:12 Hostel room rates start at $11/night without breakfast and they offer single beds in 4-, 6-, 8-, and 10-bed dorm rooms and private rooms with shared or private bathrooms. The property has a terrace, a snack bar, laundry facilities, luggage storage, and a shared lounge. There is also a large shared kitchen that you can use.
The hostel staff speak Spanish, English, French, Italian, and Portuguese, so no one is lost in translation. You can ask them for recommendations and advice for places to go, food to eat, and things to do around Chapinero. It is quite safe to walk around the area, a quiet, clean and relaxed atmosphere in a mix of mostly business establishments and residences. Regardless, this place is the best place to stay if you consider yourself a foodie.
A contemporary, artsy hostel with recycled old bikes mounted in the high walls. The interesting art installation and tossed aside books which replaced the usual wallpaper was complemented by the jazzy and upcycled interiors that you can observe. Colorful dorms are complete with reading lamps and private curtains.
Don’t wait for the clock to strike 12 to decide, hit the reserve button on 12:12 Hostel.
Casa Capital Hostel
Casa Capital Hostel is also located in the quiet residential neighborhood of Teusaquillo. You can walk around in this barrio which has a good number of budget-friendly restaurants, bars, theaters, and markets.
It is also surprising to find out that this property has the cheapest price in Bogota ($4 boom!) that you could find with very good independent reviews. They offer beds in 6- and 8-bed dorm rooms. They also have private rooms with private bathrooms. The property also boasts of a garden, a bar, table tennis area, a shared lounge, and a sun terrace.
For an additional $2 per night in Casa Capital Hostel, you can enjoy an American breakfast. And for the other meals of the day, thanks to the communal kitchen, you can prepare your own food. The hostel also schedules a get-together night with BBQ specials. Or better yet, you can go out and explore this neighborhood or walk all the way to the city center.
Two blocks away is the Parkway (an awesome greenspace running multiple blocks where you’ll also find some cool stores and restaurants) and 4 kilometers away is downtown La Candelaria.
Casa Capital Hostel also has a playful little outdoor pool and bar (the weather can still be hot here, even if you’re at nearly 9,000 feet). A block away is a big supermarket but an organic market is also about two blocks away from the hostel.
If you would like to immerse in one of Bogota’s more “authentic” neighborhoods, then stay in Casa Capital Hostel in Teusaquillo to experience just that.
Hostal Casa Cubil
Hostal Casa Cubil is set in a beautifully restored home in the historic Teusaquillo neighborhood. The hostel is a colonial home redesigned to reflect the Bogota of the 1940s and it was painstakingly restored to preserve the architectural and interior design of that time.
The hostel is set in a historic building just next to a park and is a great position if you want to be centrally located between Chapinero and La Candelaria. Teusaquillo neighborhood is one of those places in Bogota that preserves its rich architectural history and offers plenty to see and do. The property is set in a peaceful and affluent neighborhood which is not far from the city center, other amenities and sites like Corferias (Bogota International Business and Exhibitions Center), and the Campin Stadium.
This hostel believes that low budget travel accommodation does not mean poor design or discomfort. Well-thought-out dens, sleeping areas, and shared lounges were done in dark hardwood and cushioned seating. Special pods or cubicles were done with the idea that it still provides privacy even when in a shared dorm room. And the bathrooms were some of the best and exquisitely designed bathrooms in all the hostels I’ve seen.
Hostal Casa Cubil room rates start at $17/night with continental breakfast and they offer single beds in 4-, or 8-bed dorm rooms as well as private rooms with either shared bathrooms or private bathrooms. There is a garden, a bar, and a shared lounge where you can relax. How about making your own food in their highly functional shared kitchen?
The feel of luxury is scarce in a world of budget travel but Hostal Casa Cubil makes it possible to enjoy a 5-star hotel experience in their hostel.
Rua Hostel is situated in Usaquen neighborhood which is known for shopping, restaurants, and great Colombian food. This hostel is in a more low-key area, on the northern edge of the city, which is known for its remarkable artisan market on Sundays.
Rua Hostel room rates start at $12/night with breakfast and they offer beds in a 4-bed dorm room as well as private rooms. Each room has a seating area. It has a bar, a shared lounge, a terrace, luggage storage for guests, and a shared kitchen. You can enjoy some BBQ on the rooftop terrace with new friends or play darts in the common room.
Chill, relax and enjoy Bogota in Rua Hostel and in one of the coolest neighborhoods in the city. This place is ideal if you prefer not to be in the heart of it all, but prefer to avoid most of the chaos that comes with life in the big city, but to still be able to head out for a day of exploring in Chapinero, La Candelaria, or one of the other cool neighborhoods in town.
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Casa Central is also in Teusaquillo neighborhood and a few blocks away from Corferias International Exhibition Center, Museo de Arquitectura Leopoldo Rother, and the US Embassy. It is also quite near the Transmilenio bus station, thus making it simple to go around to other areas in Bogota.
Casa Central room rates start at $6/night with a basic breakfast. There is an option for a better breakfast, if you like, or you can also use their communal kitchen. This property offers single beds in 6- and 10-bed dorm rooms and private rooms with shared bathrooms. Most of the rooms have views of the mountain or the garden.
There is a garden outside where you can enjoy the free coffee and tea the hostel offers. If, like me, you would like to work on your laptop while you travel, then you can enjoy the free reliable WiFi in the spacious living room.
If you want some peace and quiet while you are in Bogota, then Casa Central is the best place for you, thanks to its privileged location in Teusaquillo, but on the other side of the large Universidad Nacional de Colombia and just blocks from the US Embassy (which should offer you some assurance that this is a good neighborhood).
Bababuy Hostel is 5 minutes drive from the airport so if you have an early flight to catch, this is a best place for you to stay the night before.
Bababuy is a word in the indigenous language that means “bird” and with this inspiration, the hostel was designed with nature, birds, and more of Colombian culture. Like most of Bogota, they have embraced the beauty of street art, with big murals covering the walls. The beds are made of recycled wood and the other furniture in the hostel were done from recycled pallets. The hostel practices eco-friendly ways to reuse rainwater to flush the toilets and they also use biodegradable products for cleaning.
Bababuy Hostel room rates start at $11/night with continental breakfast and they offer beds in a 4-bed female-only dorm room, beds in 4- and 6-bed mixed dorm rooms, and private rooms. The hostel has a garden, a bar, and a chill lounge.
If you choose to make this your base, you can also go around the city by taking any kind of transportation from the hostel. Shopping malls are conveniently located near the hostel, as well as some off-the-beaten path local restaurants and establishments. The Fontibon Local Market is also a good 5 minutes taxi ride away from the property. To go to Candelaria, it is just 20 minutes by bus or taxi.
Whether you are in Bogota for a day or so, Bababuy Hostel is a good choice to stay especially if you want to be near the airport.
Mad Nomad Hostel
Neighborhood: Zona T
Located in Zona T, Mad Nomad Hostel is surrounded by restaurants, bars, cafes, and the most vibrant nightlife. The property is surrounded by three of the best shopping centers in Bogota: Andean Center, Retiro Shopping Center, and the Atlantis Shopping Center (where the famous Andres Carne de Res Restaurant is located).
Mad Nomad is a space that boasts of comfort, privacy, and security in a homey setting, affording you one of the best locations in the city but with room rates that start at $18/night with buffet breakfast.
Mad Nomad Hostel offers single beds in female and male dorm rooms, beds in 10-bed mixed dorm rooms, and private rooms with shared or private bathrooms. The hostel guests can share the common lounge, a sun terrace, and a business center. There is a tour desk where you can arrange your tours and excursions in and around the city.
If you want to be in the heart of the Zona T (aka Zona Rosa), then Mad Nomad Hostel is the place to be if you’re on a budget.
Best of the Best Hostels in Bogota
So, there you have it, our take on the best hostels in Bogota, across a wide range of neighborhoods and with a bunch of awesome amenities. No matter what kind of traveler you are, you can find a pretty incredible place to stay in Bogota for a very reasonable price. Not only that, but hostels like these are great for meeting fellow travelers, making friends, and having a social experience that you might not otherwise get.
Hostels are best, in my opinion for a few nights (less than a week) so you will have a feel of the place, the city, the sites, and the food, before you move on. And of course, the great thing about is that it will be a fraction of the price of a hotel.
Cheap doesn’t mean low quality, as these hostels show, because any one of these hostels will give you a 5-star experience at a cheap price. We have already done the research for you and you just have to read on and choose the hostel and the neighborhood that fits your personality.
Back to the wrap up of the best of the best Bogota hostels, which should help you better decide on where to stay based on where and what is most important to you…
Most Reviewed Bogota Hostels
(combined number of reviews from Booking.com and Hostelworld.com):
#1 The Cranky Croc Hostel with 2,805 reviews
#2 Masaya Hostel Bogota with 2,480 reviews
#3 Casa Bellavista Hostel with 1,704 reviews
Top Reviewed Hostel: The Cranky Croc Hostel
Party Hostel: Masaya Hostel Bogota
Best for Groups: Masaya Hostel Bogota
Best On-Site Restaurant: The Cranky Croc Hostel
Most Pet-Friendly Hostel: Casa Bellavista Hostel
Best Bathroom: Hostal Casa Cubil
Best Hostel Near the Airport: Bababuy Hostel
Best for Women Travelers: Hostal Casa Cubil
Most Socially Responsible Hostel: Hobu Hostel
Best Hostel in Teusaquillo: Hostal Casa Cubil
Best Hostel in Chapinero: Hostal La Pinta
Best Hostel in Usaquen: Rua Hostel
Best Hostel in Zona T: Mad Nomad Hostel
Best Hostel Outside the City: Rua Hostel
Best Local Neighborhood Hostel: Casa Capital Hostel
Great for Walking Around: Hostal Casa Cubil
Best Vegan Food / Food Options: The Cranky Croc Hostel
Most Instagrammable: Masaya Hostel Bogota
Best Garden: Masaya Hostel Bogota
Best Kitchen to Cook: Hostal Casa Cubil
Got any more suggestions for other hostels? Don’t see your favorite on this list? Leave a comment below with your suggestions of why it deserves to be included…
Map of the Best Bogota Hostels
Here’s a map of the best hostels in Bogota so that you can better understand where each place is situated within the city.
More About Bogota
Bogota rivals any of the big cosmopolitan cities of Latin America like Lima, Mexico City or Buenos Aires. It is a world class urban destination worth any traveler’s budget and time… While most people choose to stay in Bogota for a couple of days, it is absolutely a place that deserves more time to truly discover its charm, because Bogota might take time to peel back the layers and discover what makes this place truly cool. At a minimum, I’d budget three to five days here, but spring for a week, if you can.
Colonial and cosmopolitan, Bogota is a special place in Colombia where charming century-old plazoletas are towered by modern skyscrapers, a place where art and museums meet with incredible dining, lively nightlife, and a mix of people from all over Colombia as well as other countries…
Traveling to other parts of Colombia? Be sure to check out my articles about what to do in Medellin (the city I call home) and Cartagena. And don’t miss my comprehensive guide for traveling to Colombia with all the information you need to plan a better trip.
If you haven’t yet, be sure to book your lodging in Bogota now via Booking.com to save money and secure your reservation. And finally, don’t travel to Bogota without getting your travel insurance for Colombia. I use and recommend World Nomads to protect myself against illness, injury, and theft, and would suggest you do the same!
Read Next: The Best Things to Do in Bogota
Colombia Trip Planning
- Book a cheap flight to Colombia with Momondo, or better yet, start travel hacking so you can fly for free.
- Plan a rough itinerary and how long you will spend in each destination. Use an itinerary planning service for custom recommendations and/or pick up Lonely Planet Colombia.
- Work a little every day to teach yourself Spanish, you'll want to know as much as possible before you arrive.
- Book cheap accommodation in advance, at least for the first destinations -- For hostels use: Booking, for cheap hotels use: Hotels.com, for apartments use: Airbnb.
- Reserve your on the ground tours and activities through Get Your Guide.
- Purchase travel insurance for Colombia with World Nomads to protect yourself from illness, injury, and theft while in Colombia. VERY important. And be sure to read my article: "Is Colombia Safe?" for my honest opinion and safety tips.
- Sign up for my free emails about planning a better trip to Colombia, and be sure to check out my comprehensive guide about traveling to Colombia.
- Learn more money-saving tricks with my top budget travel tips.
- Put together your Colombia packing list.
- Enjoy this incredible country!
I hope this helped you plan your travels in Colombia! I know it can be a struggle to find accurate and on the ground information when traveling to a new place like Colombia, which is why I started writing so extensively about it!
If you have any questions about Colombia, budget travel, or anything else shoot me an email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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