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Colombian Journeys

About our Colombia partner

To travel is to discover and at Colombian Journeys we are passionate about sharing with the world Colombia’s contagious joy and ability to forge new beginnings. Our team’s expertise lies in designing unique experiences that connect travelers to a Colombia which never fails to surprise.

Just as Colombia has learned from her difficult past and reinvented herself, we have also learned to turn the challenges we face into opportunities. Since 2006, our dream of sharing Colombia’s natural and cultural riches with those outside her borders has driven us forward, leading us to cultivate lasting relationships with our partners and local communities. This network provides the fertile soil into which we sow the opportunities to nurture each traveler’s transformative experience.

To encounter authentic Colombia is to discover that the beauty of our culture draws its inspiration from our exceptional biodiversity. It is to be amazed by our people’s sincere and unassailable happiness, which has always prevailed in the face of adversity. At Colombian Journeys, we design experiences that enable every traveller to uncover Colombia’s true treasure: our resilient spirit and passion for enjoying life. We leverage the talents of our sustainable, authentically transparent tourism network to aid us in supporting each and every traveller as we adapt to their specific needs. Our perpetual support for our travellers is as unwavering as our commitment to generate a positive impact for Colombia as well as for her Visitors.

Let’s design extraordinary experiences together.

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Colombia is the rising star of Latin America, currently seeing a greater increase in visitor numbers than any other country in the region. Friendly, relaxed and incredibly diverse, it’s an easy country to fall in love with. Perhaps the jewel in its crown is colonial Cartagena, founded in 1533 and more recently the setting for Gabriel Garcia Marquez’s best-selling novel, “Love in the Time of Cholera”. Here, behind seven miles of thick walls and a chain of outer forts once used to fend off pirates, lie the stately mansions, flower-filled streets, palm-lined plazas and centuries-old churches that have earned the city UNESCO World Heritage status.
The capital, Bogota, which stands on a plateau in the eastern Andes, has an equally impressive old town, filled with dozens of colonial buildings and the incredible Gold Museum, which houses the largest collection of pre-Hispanic gold in the world. Also of pre-Hispanic origin is the Valley of the Statues, one of Colombia’s most fascinating sites: hundreds of stone statues, men, gods and animals, some more than 5,000 years old, set in a lush valley near the tiny town of San Agustin.
Add swathes of tropical rainforest, remote coffee fincas high in the mountains, bubbling volcanoes with mud pools to bathe in, and the unspoilt beaches of Tayrona National Park, and it’s easy to see what the fuss is all about.

Guillermo Villoria

General Manager

Guillermo Villoria has over 20 years’ experience working in tourism. He obtained a bachelor’s in Business Administration with a concentration on tourism from Institute Nueva Esparta, and a Master’s degree in Marketing from Universidad Metropolitana, Caracas.

His professional experience has been focused in the tourism industry, having worked in different capacities at Delta and LAN, becoming General Manager of LAN Venezuela in 2009.  He then joined Colombian Journeys as a partner where he is currently the General Manager.

He loves this business and his passion is to be involved in all the details of the company to ensure that all clients receive unique and personal attention for the best experience in Colombia.