Day 5: Cartagena – Bogotá – Quito (B/L)
Domestic/ International Flight
After breakfast, embark on a Half-day visit to the city’s colonial district, starting in Bolivar Park, shaded by large trees and with four fountains the park has a statue of the great Liberator at the centre. Around the square is the Gold Museum, which exhibits a fine collection of archaeological objects dating back to the pre-Hispanic period; and the Inquisition Palace, recognized for its large baroque style door. The Inquisition held its meetings here and it was also the prison and torture chambers of presumed heretics, opponents of the Catholic Church. Next, transfer to CartagenaAirport for our next destination situated 2600 metres above sea level, Quito- Ecuador. Quito, the capital city of Ecuador, was one of the first UNESCO World Heritage Sites since 1978. Despite intensive restoration, the old town retains the vibrant working class and indigenous character that has always defined it.Upon arrival, transfer to hotel for overnight stay.