Question: Is it safe to go on a marriage tour in Colombia?

What is the safest place to travel in Colombia?

The Safest Spots to Visit in ColombiaSalento. Salento, in the Colombian coffee region, is a popular tourist destination | © Jonny James / Guatape. Palomino. Tayrona National Park. Minca. Villa de Leyva. Jardín. Barichara.4 days ago

What parts of Colombia are dangerous?

Places to avoid in ColombiaCali (Santiago de Cali) – Cali is known to be Colombias most dangerous and violent city. Central Medellin – While Medellin can be a safe destination for travellers, it really pays off to avoid central Medellin. Barranquilla – this city has one of the highest mirder and violent crime rates.Jun 28, 2021

Is Bogota safe in 2020?

Whilst theres crime going on in Bogota, chances are youll avoid it. Tourist police are helpful and, lets be honest, you wont be staying in a dodgy barrio anyway. That said, crime can pop up anywhere – especially after dark. So travel smart, keep our tips in mind, and be aware of your surroundings at all times.

Can you wear shorts in Colombia?

You can wear flip flops and shorts if you want, it is just that in general Colombians do not wear them, and especially not when trying to eat in upmarket restaurants as you often see backpackers doing in Medellin. During the day you will see a bit of a mix in Medellin as it is warmer.

What is the best area to stay in Bogota Colombia?

Best areas to stay in BogotaBest Area: Zona Rosa / Zona T. La Candelaria (Old Town) Central and South Chapinero. North Bogotá, Chicó & Park on 93. Bogotá International Center. Teusaquillo – Corferias. Near El Dorado Airport.

Is Bogota nicer than Medellín?

Medellin is the undisputed winner in this area. The city is renowned for its perfect weather. Medellin boasts spring-like weather all year round and provides a pleasant experience to the visitors. Bogota, on the other hand, is colder than its Colombian counterpart, as it is located in a high altitude region.

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