November 4–7, 2018


In Colombia’s lively capital city, eye-catching street art and colonial architecture seamlessly co-exist. Enjoy a cup of the country’s famous coffee before discovering its trendy shops, historic landmarks and exciting nuevo Colombiano cuisine.

Bogota, Colombia

Not to Be Missed

 Savour a gala dinner in a private museum

Savour a gala dinner in a private museum

Sip cocktails as you marvel at artfully exaggerated figures created by famed Colombian painter and sculptor Fernando Botero, as well as other important Latin American works, before sitting down to a festive banquet at his namesake museum.  

Bogota, Tailored for You

Your trip, your adventures. All of our itineraries are fully customizable, allowing you the freedom to choose the experiences that speak to you – and change your mind at a moment’s notice.

Paloquemao Market

Explore colourful Paloquemao Market

Want to know where Bogota’s finest chefs go to shop? A local guide will lead you to the best fruits, flowers and more at this authentic Colombian food market.

Salsa dancer

Feel the rhythm of Colombia

Let loose on the dance floor during a private salsa lesson with a skilled instructor who will guide you and your partner through the steps of the country’s ubiquitous dance.

Bogota coffee

Experience a coffee baptism

Learn what goes into creating the most award-winning Colombian coffee through an interactive sensory experience hosted by Hacienda San Alberto.

 Chloe Thomas, Global Guest Services Manager

"We make the planning process as easy and simplified as possible. I’m your one-stop shop for anything and everything."

— Chloe Thomas, Global Guest Services Manager

Four Seasons Hotel Casa Medina Bogota

With its stone columns, Spanish Colonial accents and stately brick façade, Casa Medina has long been considered one of Bogota’s finest luxury hotels. The Hotels stands in Zona G, with the city’s best cafés and restaurants just outside.

Four Seasons Hotel Bogota
  • Hand-carved wood details accent each unique room
  • Spanish tapas and cutting-edge mixology served at Castanyoles
  • Declared a monument of cultural interest by the Ministry of Culture
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