Trafalgar has added Colombia to its Latin America programme for 2020, with the chance to meet the members of a reclusive mountain tribe.
The new 13-day Colombia Rediscovered itinerary will visit Tayrona National Park on the Caribbean coast.
Clients will meet the Davilas family – whose business is the largest producer of organic crops in South America – along with leading Colombian anthropologist Dr Santiago Giraldo and members of an indigenous mountain tribe.
Colombia Rediscovered costs £3,775 which includes accommodation, 29 meals, transport, sightseeing and a tour guide, but not return flights from the UK.
Christophe Ghaye, Trafalgar’s chief product development officer of the Americas, said. “These unique experiences have been developed with our local contacts to provide unprecedented access into the local life, history, culture and indigenous heritage of Colombia.”
The Latin America programme features 13 itineraries across eight countries, including experiences such as samba lessons in Rio and a market tour with a chef in Lima.
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