Top 10 Bachelor Party Ideas In Colombia - Updated 2021

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Colombia is in serious running for being the most happening country in South America, which is why it makes for a great bachelor party destination. Its nightlife alone is worth a visit - in fact, every Colombian city has a Zona Rosa, a district that features a good number of bars and clubs. Amping up the fun is the music and dancing: you can find places that play salsa and merengue beats just as easily as you can spot those churning out house music, EDM, and rock. Its party scene, however, is not the only thing that this country has to offer: it also has fantastic beaches and a seemingly endless number of activities that a group of guys looking to have fun will get a kick out of, whether they’re looking to get their adrenaline pumping or they want something a little more relaxing for their bud’s big day. Check out this list for some of the best bachelor party ideas in Colombia.

1. Playa Blanca beach adventure (from USD 35.0)

If your group’s idea of a good time is to have some fun under the sun, this may just be the perfect adventure for you. This tour package takes people to the gorgeous Playa Blanca Beach on Baru Island, which features white-sand beaches, crystal waters, and picturesque tropical surroundings. Of course, no bachelor party would be complete without alcohol, which is available for an additional fee. You can also include lunch in the package if you don’t want to worry about where to get your meal during your trip to the beach.

Playa Blanca Complete!

Duration: 8 hours

10 reviews

2. Go paragliding over waterfalls (from USD 140.0)

Fancy an adrenaline rush for your stag party? Then you can’t go wrong with a paragliding flight adventure in the town of Cocorná. This activity will not just let you experience the thrill of paragliding, you’ll also be able to enjoy fantastic views of waterfalls and canyons. The flight runs for approximately 25 minutes. For an additional cost, you can arrange for a traditional Colombian food for lunch, which you will enjoy while surrounded by the beauty of Antioquia.

Paragliding Over Waterfalls Private Tour plus options Guatape ATV from Medellin

Duration: 4 to 10 hours

3 reviews

3. Party it up in Theatron

Editor's Note: Photo taken from the establishment's official social account

Theatron is one of the biggest party places in Bogotá. While it’s best known as a gay bar, it’s actually inclusive and welcomes everyone. It’s spacious enough to fit up to 5,000 people at any given time, thanks to it having 13 dance floors - including zones specifically for women and areas for men - spread across several levels. If you’re set on drinking the night away, you’re in luck, because once you pay the entrance fee, you can enjoy bottomless drinks. Each room has at least one bar, so you don’t have to worry about waiting in line for a long time to get booze.


Address: Calle 58 #10-32, Bogotá, Cundinamarca, Colombia

Website: Theatron

4. Dance and drink the night away at Tu Candela Bar

Editor's Note: Photo taken from the establishment's official social account

Tu Candela Bar is another option if you want to check out Colombia’s nightlife for your bachelor’s party. This is one of the most popular bars in Cartagena, making it a great place if some of the single guys in your party want to meet new people. Besides dancing and drinking, it also offers beautiful surroundings. There’s a cover fee per person, but the price already includes a beer. Drinks are fairly cheap here.

Tu Candela Bar

Address: Portal De Los Dulces Cra. 7 No. 32-25, Piso, Cartagena 130001, Colombia

Opening hours: 8pm - 4am (daily)

5. Go on a bike tour (from USD 20.0)

A trip to another country won’t be complete if you don’t do a bit of sightseeing. Why not incorporate that in your bachelor’s party by going on a sightseeing bike tour? This package takes you and your group to explore central Bogotá for half a day. Among the attractions that you will visit are Plaza de Toros, Museo Nacional and Parque National. Make sure to bring some money on your trip so you can buy street food, fruits, and the famous Colombian coffee.

Bogota Half-Day Sightseeing Bike Tour

Duration: 4 hours

10 reviews

6. Have a zipline adventure (from USD 94.0)

You may find yourself asking what makes a zipline adventure in Colombia different from other places. This activity certainly does stand out because it will take you soaring over the dense jungle of Medellin. The 90-minute adventure takes you flying across 5 zipline segments, culminating down a rocky cliff. You can pay extra to enjoy traditional Colombian food after your adventure. The great thing about this package is that it’s private, so you and your party will have fun without getting mixed in with other groups.

Arvi Nature Reserve Zipline Adventure from Medellin

Duration: 4 hours

3 reviews

7. Learn more about the famous Colombian coffee (from USD 159.0)

Colombia is more than its nightlife and beaches. Its coffee has also gained international renown over the years, and this tour package takes your group through a coffee plantation so you can experience firsthand what goes into the production of the famous roasts of the country. You can even sample some brews while you’re at it. After the tour, you’ll head to the local market where you can sample fruits in season. This activity is a must for coffee lovers.

Full-Day Coffee Farm Experience at Hacienda Coloma from Bogotá

Duration: 7 hours

9 reviews

8. Soak in volcanic mud (from USD 40.0)

If you’re looking for a unique adventure while in Colombia, this might be the tour for you. This activity takes you to Totumo Mud Volcano, the mud of which is said to be mineral-infused and contains healing properties. Once you’ve had your fill of soaking in the mud, you will then be brought to the gorgeous Manzanillo Beach. The rate already includes lunch. Morning and afternoon tours are offered.

Cartagena to Totumo Mud Volcano Half-Day Tour Including Lunch

Duration: 4 hours

10 reviews

9. Go on a food trip at Cartagena (from USD 174.0)

If you and your friends are foodies, consider going on a food tour in Cartagena and find out just how unique Colombian tastes are - being a unique mix of Spanish, African, and indigenous cuisine. This three-hour food tour allows you to sample local fare such as empanadas, arepa de huevo (fried corn cake and egg sandwich), and cocadas (coconut candy), as well as local wines. Along the way, you’ll also get to learn more about the beautiful city.

Bites of Cartagena

Duration: 3 hours

9 reviews

10. Learn salsa (from USD 28.0)

Want to show off your dancing skills at the wedding? If so, consider taking an authentic salsa class, which is practically the national pastime in Colombia. Whatever your skill level, whether you’re a beginner or a seasoned performer, your instructor will match your ability so you can learn and have fun.

Caribbean Salsa Dancing Class

Duration: 2 hours

1 review

Paint the town bachelor red in Colombia

Whatever your idea of fun may be, Colombia has it - as you can see on this list. Whether your idea of the perfect bachelor’s party is a night out in a club or spending time enjoying what the great outdoors has to offer, you’re sure to find it in this country.

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