Colombia was my dream country. I spent 3 weeks solo there and was able to visit Cartagena, Santa Marta, Salento, and Medellin. I felt safe and was able to do all the things I wanted to do when visiting Colombia. I met so many amazing people and made memories of a lifetime.Posted: February 11, 2024
I solo traveled to Colombia for 5 weeks in March last year but ended up doing most of the trip with another girl and we never really felt unsafe and had such an incredible time.Posted: February 8, 2024
Colombia is such an amazing country with a beautiful, diverse climate, friendly people, and delicious food. I spent 12 days there alone and never felt unsafe as a woman travelling alone. I encourage everyone to go there. My itinerary: Bogota - 1 day, El Cocuy National Park - 4 days, trekking Salento - 3 days, Medellin - 3 days with a one-day trip to Guatapé.Posted: December 26, 2023
I traveled to Colombia as a solo traveler who does not speak Spanish. It was safe, but I only stayed in tourist areas. I used Uber everywhere, it was cheap for short trips around the city. I visited Medellin and Cartagena. Cartagena is more fun and beautiful. Overall, it was a good experience, but I didn't like that too many street vendors harassed me wherever I went.Posted: November 7, 2023
I visited Medellín, Cartagena, and Barranquilla. I flew from Cancún to Medellín, then from Medellín to Cartagena, then from Cartagena to Barranquilla, and finally, from Barranquilla I returned home. As for transportation, I used airplanes for all my trips. I paid for almost everything with a card, and the currency exchange rate was favorable. In Medellín, I stayed in Provenza and honestly, I found a super cheap Airbnb there. I visited Guatape, it's beautiful there and one should not miss this place. The food is delicious, especially the cheese and chocolate. I once returned at 4 in the morning and honestly, I felt safe there. In Cartagena, I stayed in Morros City, where I had a spectacular view. Everything was close to me, except for the city center, which was not too far, but I preferred to use a taxi or Uber. You can use Uber without any issues, it's very cheap, as are taxis, but you should ask how much all the services will cost. As for safety in Cartagena, you should be more careful, especially at night, and avoid walks in the early morning hours, that's all.Posted: September 19, 2023
I spent 14 days in Colombia, having a very low budget. It was my first time on a plane, and I visited Santa Marta and Cartagena, where I felt very safe. I met nice and helpful people along the way. I was quite scared, but now I feel that I can handle anything. I highly recommend Parque Tayrona if you love nature. It's a real paradise.Posted: September 4, 2023
I went on my first solo trip to Colombia in my life. I spent an amazing time on the coast. I visited Cartagena, Santa Marta, Minca, Tayrona National Park, Palomino, Cabo de la Vela, San Andres. I felt extremely safe all the time. I strongly encourage visiting this beautiful country.Posted: August 11, 2023
I traveled from south to north. I started in Cali (a salsa center), and then headed north. I went to Cali, Salento (for hiking and seeing huge palm trees), Medellin (I did a walking tour in Comuna 13), Guatape (to climb the hill and see the views of the lakes), Cartagena, Santa Marta (a nice seaside town), Minca (mountains), and Parque Tayrona (a coastal national park). I travelled alone, using public buses, and I felt safe.Posted: August 9, 2023
Colombia is one of my favorite countries because it is naturally beautiful, but the people and culture additionally highlight this. It's a country that still has a bit of a bad reputation (drugs, crime, Escobar etc.), but I always felt safe and welcome.Posted: July 31, 2023
Colombia is super safe. Easily one of my favorite countries I have ever visited. I was there for a month: I carried a camera, phone, etc. with me, I walked around at night. I'm blonde and don't speak Spanish very well. I never had any problems nor did I feel out of place.Posted: May 26, 2023
Hello ladies, I am Eunice Lopez. I am 33 years old and I’ll start a world trip on Jan 10th,2024. Will spend the whole year in South, Central America and the Caribbean. Looking forward to connecting with you!
Hi! I am a scientist from America and I love seeing new cities.
Hello! M’y name is Marie, im half french and half spanish, I work in the field of defense of womens rigths, I graduate as a political scientist in both countries. Im currently living and working in Cali, colombia after living for 6 months in Buenos Aires Argentina.
Hi, My name is Solimar and I'm interested in animals, art, camping, culture, cinema, dancing, fashion, food & cuisine, history, photography, solo travel, swimming and writing
Hello, My name is Amy and I'm interested in animals, business, culture, cinema, dancing, digital nomad, food & cuisine, events & social, hiking, history, live music, nature, nightlife, running, sightseeing, swimming, trekking, technology and solo travel
Hello, My name is Karen-Eliana and I'm interested in animals, cinema, photography, writing, languages and food & cuisine
I m a senior lady i travel to AMÉRICA I LVE TO KNOW PEOPLE AND TO SHARE EXPERIENCES ABOUT
Hello! I’m Alejandra Abella. I love theater and music. Currently, I am learning programming. I love animals, I have 5 animals at home. My favorite food is sushi. I love talking with a lot of people. I practice swimming. I work as a ICT teacher. Usually I’m really full with all activities. I love with my parents and brother. I would be pleasure to be in touch with you.
hello my name is Sara, I am a medical student and I love traveling and learning about new cultures Now I'm getting to know the European Union
I'm a translator from French and English and I like to meet and know people from other cultures. I lived 4 years in Belgium and 5 in France studying. I like cinema, jazz music and literature. I also love pets.
Hi, in a colombian girl following the dopamine and wanting to make a big step and become a traveler of a long trip without finish date. Im a pshycologist and filmmaker and my dream is to experience to be a digital nomad and make videos all around the world while also healing. I want to get to know people from different cultures and countrys and be able to have deep and meaningful conections. Also wanna have fun and as many new experiences as posible.
Hello! I’m Monica. I live in Medellin, Colombia, a great spot for digital nomads or people who love travelling. I travel a lot to the UK since my fiancé is from England. I love cooking, dancing and learning languages.
Hello I’m Chrissy and I work in Veterinary Medicine I’m a nurse. On my free time I enjoy traveling and amusement parks.
Hi! I’m Palestinian, Muslim, single, no kids, focused on traveling around the world as much as possible with work and other obligations to work around. I love exploring cities, history and culture.