Update on Travel in Colombia (January 5, 2021)

Update on Travel in Colombia (January 5, 2021)

A negative Covid 19 PCR test is required to enter Colombia. Travel in Colombia is possible again, applying measures to deal with Coronavirus.

Update Jan 5, 2021

Domestic travel overland is possible again and domestic flights are operating.

International flights from US, Mexico, Brazil, Peru have been resumed. From Europe Lufthansa, Air France, KLM, Air Europa, Iberia, Avianca and Turkish are offering scheduled flights. From the US and Canada flights are also available.

To enter the country a negative Covid 19 PCR test that is not older than 96 hours is mandatory. Additionally egistration in the CheckMig website or App is mandatory. No quarantine is required but any covid symptoms must be reported to health authorities who will do follow ups.

We are confident that travel is possible, althogh we expect that guides may have to improvise sometimes whil everybody gets used to the restrictions in museums and excursions.

KonTour Travel has the World Travel and Toursim Council “Safe Travels” certificate and we comply with all best practices and Colombian regulations for operating travels in the current situation.

Colombian music can’t be stopped by a virus:

Our spirits are high and we prefer to see the glass half full and not focus on the empty glass. So don’t hesitate to get in touch with us for any information or request regarding travel in Colombia.

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