Update on Travel in Colombia (December 12, 2021)

Update on Travel in Colombia (December 12, 2021)

Travel in Colombia is possible again, applying measures to deal with Coronavirus.

Update Dec 12, 2021

Starting on December 14, 2021 a valid vaccination certificate is needed for all non resident foreigners to enter Colombia. Within Colombia you need a valid vaccination certificate to enter restaurants, museums, national parks and other places of touristic interest. We recommend to use an App on the smartphone to store the certificate and additionally carry a paper copy of the certificate and the international yellow vaccination certificate. Wearing a mask covering mouth and nose is mandatory in all public places, also on the streets.

Before boarding your flight to Colombia you need to register in the CheckMig website.

Borders are open for international flights, but still with a reduced schedule, especially from Europe. Check regulations regarding guests returning to their country of origin from Colombia. Due to the new virus mutations these regulations are changing frequently. Domestic travel is possible again. Hotels, restaurants, museums etc. adapted to the situation and are available but please bear in mind that you need a vaccination certificate to enter. We have been operating trips as usual since July 2021. However, please consult with us about the current situation since regulations may change on short notice. Colombia is not anymore on the Covid -19 related travel warning list of the EU, the USA and Canada.

Please get in touch with us, if you need more information and send a mail to .

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.

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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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