Here are some great fares to Colombia from cities all accross the North American map. Fare start at just $192 round-trip.

Avianca has an advertised sale for travel through May 31. Other airlines such as American, Delta, United, Copa, and LATAM have responded by lowering their fares from a variety of cities all over North America from San Diego all the way to Portland, Maine.

Rules and restrictions will vary by route, but fares are generally available through May or mid-June and from late August through October. A few routes have availability through January 2019.

Avianca's advertised sale expires on February 28, but fares on other airlines are unadvertised and could change at any time. We've already seen some of the routes jump in price as of this morning. Book quickly if you like what you see.

A sample list of fares include:

Fort Lauderdale to Cartagena $192 round-trip

Fort Lauderdale to Bogota $233 round-trip

Baltimore to Caragena $250 round-trip

Richmond to Cartagena $251 round-trip

San Diego to Bogota $295 round-trip

Miami to Cartagena $299 round-trip, nonstop

Boston to Bogota $316 round-trip

Buffalo to Bogota $325 round-trip

Norfolk to Bogota $325 round-trip

Las Vegas to Bogota $329 round-trip

Chicago to Barranquilla $350 round-trip

Newark to Cartagena $368 round-trip

Los Angeles to Bogota $369 round-trip

Miami to Cali $386 round-trip, nonstop

Miami to Medellin $391 round-trip, nonstop

Washington D.C. to Bogota $393 round-trip

Chicago to Cali $400 round-trip

Atlanta to Bogota $411 round-trip, nonstop

Houston to Bogota $427 round-trip, nonstop

Chicago to Santa Marta $433 round-trip

San Francisco to Medellin $468 round-trip

Los Angeles to Santa Marta $500 round-trip

For a more complete list of deals to Colombia, view our fare pages for flights to Bogota, CartagenaMedellin, Cali, Barranquilla, and Santa Marta.

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