How To Reach Colombia

All the main cities, as well as tourist destinations, are served by an international airport. The most important of them being in the cities of Bogota, Medellin, Cali, Cartagena, and Barranquilla. Direct flights are available from North and South American countries and European countries such as Spain, Portugal, Netherlands and Germany. The major airlines here include TAM Airlines, Avianca Colombia, LAN Airlines and Gol Transportes Aéreos. Colombia's new low-cost airline VivaColombia is gaining popularity among tourists. International flights also serve cities such as Armenia, Bucaramanga, Pereira and San Andres.

Reaching Colombia by Air

An international airport serves all the main cities as well as tourist destinations. The most important of them being in the cities of Bogota, Medellin, Cali, Cartagena, and Barranquilla. Direct flights are available form North and South American countries and European countries such as Spain, Portugal, Netherlands and Germany. The major airlines here include TAM Airlines, Avianca Colombia, LAN Airlines and Gol Transportes A_reos. Colombia's new low-cost airline VivaColombia is gaining popularity among tourists. International flights also serve cities such as Armenia, Bucaramanga, Pereira and San Andres.

Reaching Colombia by Bus

Buses are available from the neighbouring countries of Venezuela and Ecuador and connect to many cities in Colombia. One can find buses from Maracaibo in Venezuela to Cartagena, Barranquilla and Santa Marta whereas buses from Ecuador connect to Cali and Bogota.

Reaching Colombia by Road

Entering Colombia by car is only possible from Venezuela and Ecuador. Venezuela is connected by San Cristobal-Cúcuta, or Maracaibo-Maicao pass and Ecuador by the Tulcan-Ipiales pass or via Lago Agrio - Mocoa. It is almost impossible to reach via roads from the neighbouring countries of Panama, Brazil and Peru due to the presence of dense forests.

Reaching Colombia by Water

Getting in Colombia is possible via waterways from the countries of Peru, Panama and Brazil. Boats connect Panama to Colombia via Puerto Obaldia-Capurganö pass and further buses can be taken to Medellin or Monterio. For Brazil, boats come from Manaus to Leticia via the Amazon river and the journey can be as long as six days. Motorboats can cover the journey in two days but are usually expensive.

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