Travel Information / Other Resources
All U.S. Government-published travel information about Colombia is available below. Travelers frequently ask the Embassy for more specific guidance, including whether a particular place in Colombia will be safe for U.S. citizens at a particular time. The Embassy does not provide this kind of tailored advice. You are encouraged to carefully consider the U.S. Government’s published travel information, and to conduct your own independent research, including speaking to those who will host you, before making a decision about your travel.
The Embassy will occasionally send out “Messages for U.S. Citizens in Colombia” regarding important information about events taking place in-country. To receive these messages by email, please register with the Embassy online. You can view previous messages for U.S. Citizens by clicking here.
- Country Specific Information
- Travel Warning
- Messages to for U.S. Citizens (formerly known as“Warden Messages”)
- Worldwide Caution
- Travel Alert - Europe
- Demonstration Notices
Other Information Resources
The U.S. Embassy Bogota, Colombia assumes no responsibility or liability for the professional ability or reputation of, or the quality of services provided by the following firms. These lists are in no way intended to be comprehensive lists of all services available in Colombia. Inclusion on any of these lists is in no way an endorsement by the Department of State or the U.S. Embassy.
- Child Abduction
- Child Support
- Death of a U.S. Citizen in Colombia
- Health Providers (Bogotá, Cartagena, Medellín) (PDF 470 KB)
- Identity Theft
- Security-related Services in Colombia. (PDF 99 KB)
- Marriage in Colombia
- Medical Evacuation Services
- Selective Service Registration
- Translator List from Colombian Foreign Ministry
- Victims of Crime
If you have additional questions, please send an email to ACSBogota@state.gov.