Daily Car Hire Rates in Colombia
*daily rates in Colombia based on a 1 day rental (24hr period) and for guidance purposes only.
Colombia is a fascinating country that boasts over 50 protected areas and numerous sights of natural beauty. It is also rich in history, culture and tradition making it an interesting place to visit. Book cheap car hire in Colombia and you can explore fully what it has to offer and go where you want, when you want. If you are trying to keep costs down then we have a good range of economy hire cars available such as the Kia Picanto, Opel Corsa and Ford Focus.
The price we quote you is the price you pay, we don't believe in any hidden charges or adding on extras at the end. Therefore our rental rates include insurance, collision damage waiver, theft waiver, taxes and airport fees. We also include unlimited mileage and breakdown assistance in the unlikely event you should have a problem with your vehicle. Try us for a quote today on our simple, safe and secure booking engine and see how cheaply you can hire a car in Colombia.
*average daily rates based on 7 day rental, search for todays best prices.
Colombia Car Hire - Did You Know?
- Colombia is the third most populous country in Latin America with a population of around 46 million.
- The name Colombia originates from Christopher Columbus.
- Colombia has impressive oil reserves and is a major producer of gold, silver, emeralds, platinum and coal.
- The main language is Spanish and the major religion is Christianity.
- Guinea pig is eaten in the Andes region of south western Colombia.
Colombia Mini Guide
Colombia is a fascinating and beautiful country, with a rich mixture of culture. Traditions survive, from the Indians who preceded colonisation, from the Spanish colonists, and from the African slaves brought by the Europeans; the influence of these cultures is apparent in the countries food, music, art, architecture and literature. Recently, modern industry has been added to this mixture as Colombia's recipe for prosperity.
Thirty-five thousand relics of Colombia's past prosperity are on show at the Gold Museum in the capital city of Bogota. Before the Spanish came to Colombia in the 16th century, the area was inhabited by Indian tribes who left an impressive legacy. The Chibchas in particular, who lived in the area around Bogota, were skilled craftsmen in gold. Their jewellery and ceremonial objects were encrusted with emerald, for which Colombia is renowned; indeed, the jewels are still mined at Muzo near Chiquinquira, and one of the world's largest unpolished emeralds is in the Gold Museum.
Colombia has almost every kind of climate and country, with the snow-covered peaks of the Ande Mountains in the west, grassland in the centre, and tropical jungle to the east and south. There is even desert, between the Andes and the Pacific coast.
The Andes take the form of a three-pronged fork, with three ranges the Cordilleras accidental, Central and Oriental - running north and largely disappearing towards the Caribbean.