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Trip Inspiration

Colombia Private Plane Itinerary

Five Unique Stops, Easily Linked

Trip Highlights


  • 2 days horseback riding or 4x4ing in search of giant anteaters and pumas in Los Llanos
  • 2 days exploring “The River of of 5 Colors” on the edge of the Amazon
  • 2 days discovering UNESCO archaeological sites in the Andes mountains
  • 2 days cruising with humpback whales in the Pacific Coast
  • 2 days soaking in Cartagena’s vibrant culture on the Caribbean Coast


  • Private King Air 300 or Piper Navajo flights between destinations
  • Remote destinations

Los Llanos

Fly 52 minutes from Bogota to Los Llanos, a lush region full of wetlands savannahs, wildlife, and Llanero cowboys.

From there, drive take a 2.5-hour drive or 20-minute helicopter to Corocora Camp, a tented camp that fuses luxury comforts with the adventure of life on a 9,000-hectare nature reserve. Tents include hot water showers, flush toilets, and solar power.

Fully experience the region’s endless plains on a horseback or 4×4 expedition in search of wildlife, join Llanero cowboys during their daily tasks and listen to their cattle herding songs, declared intangible heritage of humanity by UNESCO.

Wrap up the day with sundowner drinks from our premium-stocked bar, a display of llanero with live music and traditional instruments, and dinner under the stars.


Take a 72-minute flight from Los Llanos to Caño Cristales, where you’ll be able to find the ‘River of Five Colors’ – which blooms into bright red every year from July to November thanks to the endemic plant Macarenia Clavigera.

Settle into a beautiful eco-lodge designed and build by a biologist who seeks to recover La Macarena’s plant structure through reforestation projects.

Explore the Guayabero River on a kayak or traditional canoe in search of pink dolphins. As the sun sets, enjoy a live concert of the region’s traditional music, and sundowner drinks on the banks of the river.

San Agustin – The Andes

Fly 50 minutes from Caño Cristales to San Agustin, home to some of the most important archaeological sites in Colombia. Stay at a charming boutique hotel overlooking a coffee plantation, and only a short distance away from the top sites.

Alongside an expert, explore the mysterious archaeological sites, declared a UNESCO Cultural Heritage site. Learn the secrets of coffee growing and empowerment by meeting a cooperative run by female coffee growers, and go rafting or kayaking in the Magdalena River rapids.


From San Agustin, depart on a 90-minute flight towards Colombia’s Pacific Coast, where the jungle meets the sea to create a unique territory for plants and wildlife, like the humpback whales that migrate to these coasts for mating season.

From Nuqui, hop on a boat for 45 minutes to reach the private bay where you’ll find a stunning jungle lodge. Owned and operated by a family from Medellin, you’ll be welcomed like family at this lush and exotic destination.

Visit the local indigenous and afro- descendent communities to learn about their cultural heritage. Make the most of your time on the beach by surfing, paddle boarding, diving, snorkeling, and fishing.

Cartegena – Caribbean Coast

Take a 96-minute flight from the Pacific Coast to Cartagena, a bright vivacious city with a rich history and a bustling cultural and gastronomic scene. Stay in the historical center, just steps away from top restaurants, bars, cafés and shops.

Dive into Cartagena’s diverse culture and historical background, immerse in the local life and street art of Getsemani, learn all about the city’s architecture and fortifications, and experiencing the city through Gabriel Garcia Marquez’s literary work.

Explore the Caribbean ocean by going island hopping in the Rosario Islands and enjoy swimming, snorkeling, paddle boarding, kayaking, or simply relax in the sun. Option of a private speedboat or yacht.