The Valley of Eternal Spring

Medellín, Antioquia, Colombia

The Valley of Eternal Spring
Medellín, Antioquia, Colombia

About this trip

Our adventure begins in Medellín, Colombia'ss second largest city nestled in the Aburrá Valley of the Andes Mountains.   Medellín is often called the Capital of The Flowers and The Land of Eternal Spring.  We will explore a neighborhood that just 20 years ago was considered one of the most dangerous places on earth.  This community has gone through an incredible transformation though means of art, dance, and hip hop music.  We will explore the history of this area through a graffiti tour and later do service work in the community.   From Medellin we will head on a jungle white water rafting adventure where we will learn all about the amazing jungles unique biodiversity.  Next, we will head to the village of Guatape where we will sea kayak and climb.  Known as the town of the Zócalos (mural type paintings that decorate the walls and buildings of the town), Guatapé is one of the most colorful cities in the world.

What’s included

  • Transportation
    Within the country
  • Specialized Guides
    Rafting, Climbing, Sea Kayaking, City Tour
  • Tour Leader
    Bilingual and in-country expert
  • All Activities
  • Accommodation
  • Entrance Fees
  • Meals noted
  • Travel Insurance
    We can refer
  • Flights to Colombia
    *For group travel we can include
  • Personal expenses
  • Tips
  • Non noted meals

Available Packages

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Deposit: $300


Day 1
Arrive to Antioquia's international airport José María Córdova

You will arrive to Antioquia's international airport 12 miles outside of Medellin.  We will meet you at the airport and head to Medellin. 

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Human Nature Expeditions
Human Nature offers authentic expeditions that immerse participants in the dynamic histories, cultures, and environments of a destination. Connecting Humans to Humans, Humans to Nature, while exploring Human Nature.


Mi hija estuvo muy contenta en el viaje, le encanto la comida y poder ayudar en la cocina.
By Claudia T for QUILOTOA--Discover Ecuador on 22 Feb, 2020
I had a good time on the 6th grade trip. It was harder than I expected it to be because the hike had more rugged terrain and the walk to the restaurant up to the restaurant was harder than expected. I wouldn't change anything, I would let people know. I think it would also be a good idea to inform people that in the morning and at night it is very cold so they should bring warm clothing and sweatshirts. The showers are freezing, so I am glad that I brought baby-wipes because it was my main cleaning sources. I am glad I brought bug repellant because there were a lot of bugs. The food was really really good. I especially liked the fish. I liked learning how to make jam and cheese because it was very tasty. I think next year they should improve the tents because we were getting bug bites inside at night. I liked that we had another place to put our bags. The cabin situation was good for people who hadn't slept outdoors before. I wish we had more time to spend with the people in Yungilla - an activity to interact.
By Phillip F for Cotopaxi 6th Grade Trip on 06 Oct, 2019
It was a great time because all of the activities were fun and I learned a lot of new things. Although it rained every night, the camping was good because the tents were very waterproof and none of our stuff got wet. The food was great. I especially liked that there were local foods to try. I wish there was a little more break time because we did a lot of work throughout the day and we were exhausted. I think all of the activities were good (leadership, the river, service learning), but I would have liked to see more of the area and the culture of the Tsa'chilla.
By Phillip F for Cotopaxi 8th Grade Trip on 06 Oct, 2019