Trafalgar has announced the release of its 2020 Latin America itineraries, including 13 itineraries across eight countries on three continents. As part of the launch, Trafalgar has also introduced its newest trip, the 13-day “Colombia Rediscovered.”
On "Colombia Rediscovered," guests will visit the Caribbean town of Santa Marta and the Tayrona National Park to meet one of Colombia’s most notable families, the Davilas. Here, guests will join the family’s patriarch for a night of storytelling during a cocktail reception. The next day, guests meet the rest of the family at their private beachfront villa inside the national park where they will also meet anthropologist, Dr. Santiago Giraldo. Additionally, guests will have a chance to meet members of one of the local indigenous mountain tribes.
As part of the brand’s JoinTrafalgar sustainability initiative, this cultural experience helps support the preservation of the traditions of these ancient tribes. In addition, Trafalgar’s parent company TreadRight is offering support to Dr. Giraldo’s work with the ProSierra Nevada Santa Marta Foundation.
Other highlights in store for the 2020 launch include a five-day trip extension to Ecuador in coordination with ME to WE, where guests work side-by-side with members of the local community on a sustainable development project.
With trips in eight countries from Mexico to Antarctica, guests have access to experiences like samba lessons in Rio, a market tour with a local chef in Lima, cultural exchanges with the indigenous locals in the Andes and a cruise along the icy shores of Antarctica.
For more information, visit www.trafalgar.com.