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Print page. Exercise increased caution elsewhere in Colombia due to violent crime and the threat of terrorism. Domestic travel Illegal armed groups are active throughout Colombia and present a significant risk to safety. Armed groups have been linked to kidnapping, terrorism and violent crime. In some parts of the country, the authority of the Colombian state is limited and travel can be dangerous. The risk is highest in remote and rural areas and in any area with drug production.
We recommend New Zealanders avoid travel outside the main routes and to remote areas. Main routes are generally safe during daylight hours although we advise against travelling them at night. We recommend flying between major cities and to more remote tourist sites and minimising the use of vehicles for trips through rural areas. In addition, we recommend you seek up-to-date advice from the local authorities before you travel to remote areas and monitor local media as the security situation may change quickly.
Travellers are also advised to avoid crossing the borders into and out of Colombia by land except at Ipiales. Due to large numbers of migrants using the Ipiales crossing into Ecuador, travellers should be prepared for longer than usual wait times. Unexploded landmines and ordnance present a danger in Colombia.
We recommend you remain on well-used roads and paths as mined areas are often unmarked. Kidnapping Despite significant reductions in recent years, there is still an ongoing risk of kidnapping throughout Colombia.
Foreigners may be specifically targeted. If you decide to travel to areas of high risk, we strongly advise seeking professional security advice, and maintaining a high level of vigilance. There has been a recent spate of kidnappings in the border area between Colombia and Ecuador; security operations in the area are likely. Tourists should only use the Pan-American Highway border crossing at Ipiales on certified transport. Express kidnappings also occur in Colombia, where individuals are forced to withdraw funds from automatic teller machines ATMs to secure their release.