Coming to Colombia?

Colombia Stay connected to Internet 24h.
Rent a Pocket Portable WIFI

Pick up in Europe

You will easily receive the device in your home country in Europe 3 or 4 days before leaving on a trip to Colombia.

Enjoy in Colombia!

All day connected to Internet in Colombia. Share it with your travel partners. Use Facebook, Twitter, Skype, Whatsapp, etc in Colombia

Return device in Europe

Upon your return back home, a courier will meet you at your house to return the device to us. Simple, convenient and fast.
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Plans and Pricing

The following tables show approximate prices and may be modified depending on booking days, in advance, delivery costs and invoices.
You can check exact price of your reservation in our booking form.

One Week

65
  • Share Internet Signal with all their Travel Partners.
  • Data Plan 1GB with possibility to be recharge if necessary.
  • Excellent Coverage in Colombia.
  • Premium Technical Support.
  • No Roaming charges.
  • Web, mail, Facebook, Twitter, Whatapps…
  • Voip included: Skype, Viver, etc
  • GPS Apps: Waze, Google Maps, etc
  • Video Streaming: Youtube, Vimeo
  • Deposit not necesary.
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Two Weeks

86
  • Share Internet Signal with all their Travel Partners.
  • Data Plan 1GB with possibility to be recharge if necessary.
  • Excellent Coverage in Colombia.
  • Premium Technical Support.
  • No Roaming charges.
  • Web, mail, Facebook, Twitter, Whatapps…
  • Voip included: Skype, Viver, etc
  • GPS Apps: Waze, Google Maps, etc
  • Video Streaming: Youtube, Vimeo
  • Deposit not necesary.
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What Our Customers Are Saying

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Very good user experience, very easy to receive and to give back. Product works well and is the perfect companion when traveling abroad.

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Deborah P. Pridmore

It was really awesome. I don’t remember if I has any issues with it as far as singal is concerned. Travelled to Madrid, Barcelona, Valencia, Granada, Marbella, Cadiz and Seville. Signal strength was excellent. Skype and whatsup helped me keep in touch with my team back in the home country.

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Khetarpal M.

Once again the person who is the star of client service is Julio. With him at the ready everything is in perfect working order. Makes life easy! Gracias for good services.

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Kurop N.

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WHICH ARE THE MOST VISITED PLACES IN COLOMBIA?

If we choose a place to travel will surely be Cartagena, a beautiful city bathed by the Caribbean Sea and surrounded by walls that protected the city in the past from pirate attacks, but currently is one of the most visited places in Colombia. The streets are colonial style, squares and colourful balconies made of wood are a delight for visitors around the world. You should also note the following: Santa Marta is the most ancient city in the country and Tayrona National Natural Park made of 27 bays of transparent waters and beaches of fine sand are ideal places for an idyllic trip. Cities like Santa Fe de Antioquia or Villa de Leyva; also known as the “Coffee Triangle”, a beautiful trip that will shows coffee regions located in the Mountain Range of the Andes; The graves of Tierradentro Archaeological Park, or the Archipelago of San Andrés, Providencia and Santa Catalina, in the Sea of Seven Colours, are other essential attractions to be visited on your trip. In addition, we recommend you travel until Leticia, which is a village located in the Amazonas river and the impressive forest.

SECURITY – A SAFE COUNTRY FOR TOURISTS

You will fall in love with beaches, joyful culture, traditional dishes… the truth is that, like any other tourist destination, a trip to Colombia will require some precautions, however this country is not especially dangerous for travellers. FARC armed forces, paramilitary groups or drug cartels have deteriorated the country’s image and now the own country is making efforts to guarantee total security to travellers. You will see army forces on the streets which will make you feel safe; many visitors agree on the fact that they saw more security in Colombia than in many other countries. Tourists haven’t been a target for armed groups, except for the kidnapping of a group of young Europeans carried out by the NLA (National Liberation Army), and released after a month of captivity. Moreover, Colombians have taken seriously the fact that tourists have to stay completely away from the country’s problems; therefore you will feel protected and safe at all times. Avoid walking only across mountain and rural regions, and be careful with pickpockets and fake taxi drivers in large cities.

A TRIP TO THE CAPITAL, BOGOTA

The capital city of Colombia is the main tourist destination of the country because this city offers a fascinating cultural life, awarded as the World Book Capital City, and also offers interesting outdoor festivals to enjoy any corner and time of the year. You can include some of them in your trip: Park Music Festivals, the book fair or the Theatre Festival. Visit Monserrat with the cable car to observe the city close to the sky. The Candelaria, the heart of the city, with a beautiful colonial architecture is the ideal place to relax while you have a walk. Botero Museum, Gold Museum, National Museum of Colombia, and Quinta de Bolívar Museum dedicated to the famous writer, are other interesting attractions for travellers. If you wish to stay in contact with nature, Simon Bolivar Park, the 93Park or the Botanic Garden José Celestino Mutis, are ideal places for you.

BEFORE YOU LEAVE, SOME DATA ABOUT THE COUNTRY

The Republic of Colombia is divided into 32 departments and the capital city is Bogota. The total surface is 2.129.748 km2 with a population exceeding 47 million citizens. Colombia is the only country of South America with coastline in the Pacific and Atlantic Ocean. Regarding politics, this country is governed by a Presidential Republic and regarding the economic situation, it is a merging country whose activity is based on the service sector, representing over 51% of GDP. The currency is the Colombian Peso. Important: Avoid exchanging money on the street; you should only exchange money at banks or exchange offices which can be found at stations, airports and hotels. The official language is Spanish.