You’ll walk through the winding streets of this exquisite, historic city, surrounded by a 16th-century wall the Spaniards built to defend the city against enemy attacks.
Who doesn’t love eating out? Mixing great food with inspiring conversation is a great energizer. This evening, enjoy a special private dinner planned especially for you.
Get ready for a wild nightOUT on the town with local gay guides who have the inside scoop on all the hot spots in town.
We’ll pick you up from your hotel and take you to the city’s top-rated bar to team up with the best mixologists for a special rum & chocolate tasting experience.
Learn to cook like a Paisa! You’ll head out with an authentic Paisa chef (a local member of the LGBT+ community) to visit one of the city’s picturesque local markets.
You’ll soon see why Colombia’s largest city is one of Latin America’s premier capitals of art and culture. Note that your tour is fully customizable as far as length and sites.
Just an hour-and-a-half’s drive from Bogotá and you are literally a world away with this tour of the fields of a specialty coffee farm.
Learn the importance of architecture and transit in Medellin and the roles they - as well as the LGBTQ community - have played in transforming the city.
See why Colombia’s largest city is one of Latin America’s premier capitals of art and culture.
Ahoy there! Get set for an outstanding day of fun, sun, surf and sand.
Get ready for a wild nightOUT with local gay guides who have the inside scoop on all the hot spots.
A perfect 3-hour introduction to Salsa Dancing. You’ll learn more about the amazing history of salsa throughout the Americas, as well as its distinct evolution here in Colombia.
Knowledgeable local hosts will guide you through at least three of Cartagena’s top restaurants, all treasured by locals.
Villa de Leyva is, without a doubt, a wondrous place. Its exceptional beauty makes it a magical getaway from busy Bogotá.
Think you know coffee? Here in Colombia, it’s more than just a quick pick-me up to get you through the day.
You wouldn’t be visiting Colombia if you weren’t the least bit interested in coffee, would you?
Love the colorful, transformative, controversial and often-political qualities of Art? This is the experience for you.
The perfect location to disconnect from the ‘concrete’ jungle and immerse yourself in nature in a protected forest but remain cosseted by luxurious appointments.
A popular weekend destination for Colombians, Guatapé is known as Colombia’s most colorful town, full of just-as-colorful handcrafts and charming residents.
Known today for its tamarind and chocolate farms, this popular weekend spot for Colombians is also full of rich but often dark history from its early days.
One of South America’s most bikeable cities; with more than 220 miles of bike paths, you’d be hard-pressed to find a competitor.
Enjoy a picnic lunch with your concierge/guide and an invited guest from the local LGBTQ community. You’ll be sitting among the castle’s gardens with gorgeous views.