Colombian Road Trip, Colombia
Still relatively under the radar, the southern colonial towns of Colombia make for a lovely chauffeur-driven road trip. The journey begins in the ‘white city’ of Popayán, famed for its sea of white-walled homes and churches, before winding south to Unesco protected San Agustín, home to the largest collection of religious monuments and megalithic sculptures in South America. Further inland, head to the mountainous Tierradentro in Cauca, which hides the most extensive and elaborate concentration of pre-Colombian hypogea (underground chambers) beneath its peaks. Finally, the journey ends at Huila’s most impressive geographical wonder, the immense Tatacoa Desert — a maze of wind-carved valleys in striking shades of ocher. The area has exceptionally low levels of air pollution, so be sure to spend an evening gazing at the stars.
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From $7,700 per person for seven nights