The Amazon

The Amazon

Medellin & Antioquia

Medellin & Antioquia

The Atlantico

The Atlantico

Bogota and its surroundings

Bogota and its surroundings

The Boyaca

The Boyaca

Cartagena

Cartagena

Los LLanos

Los LLanos

César

César

The Pacific Coast

The Pacific Coast

Darien

Darien

La Guajira

La Guajira

Huila & Cauca

Huila & Cauca

Carribean Islands

Carribean Islands

The Sierra Nevada and the Tayrona Park

The Sierra Nevada and the Tayrona Park

The Meta

The Meta

Mompox

Mompox

Nariño and Putumayo

Nariño and Putumayo

The Norte Santander

The Norte Santander

The Coffee Region

The Coffee Region

San Andres & Providencia

San Andres & Providencia

The Santander

The Santander

The Sierra Nevada del Cocuy

The Sierra Nevada del Cocuy

Le Tolima

Le Tolima

The Valle del Cauca

The Valle del Cauca

Our favourite destinations

 The Amazon

1. The Amazon

The Amazon

At the borders of Brazil and Peru, the Colombian Amazon and its mystic decor offers a wide range of possibilities. Discovery of the tropical flora ( Heliconias, giant water lillies, ceiba…), observation of the fauna (marmosets, parrots, fresh water dolphins...) for the nature lovers. Adventures in zipline, kayak ride between lakes and forests for the sports lovers. But also, encounters with the indian communities of ancestral cultures, or simply relaxing times in hamony with the nature.
Its capital, Leticia, built on the edges of the Amazon in 1867 with the jungle as in the background, is very charming. As lively as it might be, it remains the ideal departing spot to explore the region.

 Medellin & Antioquia

2. Medellin & Antioquia

Medellin & Antioquia

This department is located in the North-West of Colombia and extends from the Andes to the Carribean coast. Its capital, Medellin, the second urban agglomeration after Bogota, is definitely the most dynamic city of the country. You can visit sites such as El Peñol, or the villages of Guatape and Santa Fe de Antioquia. You will discover one of the most beautiful region of Colombia, well known for the amability and the warmth of the paisa people.
Interactive presentation of the Antioquia region.

 The Atlantico

3. The Atlantico

The Atlantico

Located in the north of Colombia, the Atlántico is surrounded by the Carribean sea and the Bolivar and Magdalena departments. It is the most populated region of the country. Before the continent's discovery by the Europeens, the territory was occupied by indigenous people whose warriors were considered as the bravest. The main interest of this region is undeniably the festival of Barranquilla which attracts thousands of visitors every year.
Interactive presentation of the Barranquilla Carnival.

 Bogota and its surroundings

4. Bogota and its surroundings

Bogota and its surroundings

Located in the centre of the country, this area is the cradle of Muisca culture. You will be able to discover the political, economic and cultural capital of Colombia, Santa Fé de Bogota, is located at 2,600 meters above sea level, at the foot of the eastern chain of the Andes. Bogota is today a vast metropolis of nearly 8 million inhabitants, with a rich cultural and historical heritage.
We invite you to discover this city of contrasts, letting yourself be captivated by the pulsating rhythm of the busetas, the picturesque atmosphere of the Paloquemao market, or the bohemian atmosphere of the Candelaria, the colonial quarter.
Interactive presentation of the Cundinamarca region.

 The Boyaca

5. The Boyaca

The Boyaca

Declared independent in 1813, the Boyaca region was the birthplace of the muisca people. Even though its capital is Tunja, Villa de Leyva is undeniably the main centre of interest of the region. Thanks to its interesting archeological past, you will have the opportunity to see some beautiful dinosaur's fossils that were found and kept on site. The towns of Raquira and Monuira will also certainly be included in your visits in this beautiful region.
Interactive presentation of the Boyaca region.

 Cartagena

6. Cartagena

Cartagena

Capital of the Bolivar region, Cartagena is a colonial city on the Atlantic cost of Colombia. Founded in 1533 by Pedro de Heredia, this amazing city has been a bastion of the Spanish empire for around three centuries.
Nowadays, Cartagena is a UNESCO world's heritage site, and so are the fortifications surrounding the city. The harbour of Cartagena has played a strategic role in the commercial relations with Spain, and its militarty fortifications have been considered to be among the most complete defense system of South America.
Interactive presentation of Cartagena de Indias.


 Los LLanos

7. Los LLanos

Los LLanos

The region of Los Llanos is caracterized by huge rivers ending in the Amazon or the Orénoque, East from the Andes. They are wide virgin spaces where live very few people, spread around the region. Farming and horseriding is widely practiced there. The city of Villavicencio, the only city having a decent infrastructure in the region, represents the Llanos fronteer. Far-west sensation guaranteed!
Interactive presentation of Llanos.

 César

8. César

César

Located in the North East of Colombia, this region of strong indigenous culture lives fom agriculture, animal farming and territorial mining. Founded in the 16th century, Valledupar, the capital of the department is also the capital of the Vallenato. Surrounded by the Sierra Nevada of Santa Marta and the Guajira to the North (two areas where live important indigenous communities) and by The Andes and Venezuela to the West, it is also the first producer of Colombian cotton and a region still that is still wild and away from mass tourism. Every year during the last week of April, the Festival de la Leyenda Vallenata (Vallenata legend) takes place in Valledupar, one of the most popular folkloric event in Colombia.

 The Pacific Coast

9. The Pacific Coast

The Pacific Coast

1 300km long, the Colombian Pacific coast is very rich: this destination is perfect for nature and ecotourism lovers, with its preserved natural parks and reserves. The Choco is the ideal starting point to enjoy wild beaches and hike in the heart of the jungle whilst observing the tropical fauna and flora. There, the warm waters of Nuqui and Bahia Solano attract somptuous humpback whales who come to reproduce themselves every year between June and October. Diving lovers cannot miss an excursion to explore the seabed of Gorgona and Malpelo, that features corals, colorful tropical fishes, sea turtles ... This region is also great for surfing, sport fishing, or bird watching.
Interactive presentation of the Pacific.

 Darien

10. Darien

Darien

Betweren Panama and Colombia, the Darien region marks the limit between Central America and South America. On the Colombian side, the Darien is located in the Choco department. This isolated region is caracterized by wetlands, beaches and forests, as well as its afro carribean culture. With its deserted beaches and tropical forests, it is a true little paradise. Off the beaten tracks, between hikes, discovery of the fauna and flora, Cana turtles watching, or some 'farniente' getaway to a deserted beach, it is a new world still untouched by tourism that we would like you to discover.

 La Guajira

11. La Guajira

La Guajira

Bordered by the Carribean sea and Venezuela, the Guajira Peninsula is a great destination for ecotourism and ethnotourism. Caracterized by breathtaking colourful deserts and vast beaches along the carribean coast, this region will surprise you by its landscape as well as its people. In order to discover this off the beaten track region better, we offer you authentic trips that will enable you to meet the Wayuu Indians (who have strong traditions and values), to enjoy the contrasted and amazing panoramas between Riohacha and Cabo de la Vela, to visit the Manaure Salinas or the Flamingo Sanctuary, to hike in the national parc Macuira, or even to practice kitesurfing along Punta Gallinas.
Interactive presentation of the Guajira Desert.

 Huila & Cauca

12. Huila & Cauca

Huila & Cauca

Considered as a world heritage site since 1995, the San Agustin archeological park is a unique place with hundreds of ancient statues.
This region will seduce you with the village of Silvia and its picturesque weekly market where you will have the opportunity to enjoy the Guambianos' local culture.
Close by, the white city of Popayan nestled in the green meanders, 1 737 meters high, is the true incarnation of the colonial charm with its picturesque streets and its beautiful cobbled squares.
Finally, the archeological treasure of Tierradentro will bring you a hundreds of years back in the past, to the discovery of those mysterious underground tombs full of secrets...
Interactive presentation of the St. Augustine region.


 Carribean Islands

13. Carribean Islands

Carribean Islands

The archipelaego along Cartagena, with its white sandy beaches, its exotic sceneries and crystal clear waters, will be perfect for beach lovers as we well as nature lovers. Nearly 30 islands make up a protected natural park with a great amount of exotic fish, which makes it one of the richest ecosystem in the Carribean sea. On site, you can enjoy swimming, visit the San Martin aquarium, enjoy some freshy caught lobster, or explore the underwater life...

 The Sierra Nevada and the Tayrona Park

14. The Sierra Nevada and the Tayrona Park

The Sierra Nevada and the Tayrona Park

Located in the north of Colombia, on the Atlantic coast, the Magdalena is a region with 1,4 millions of inhabitants. You will have the opportunity to stop in Santa Marta to feel the warmth of the streets of this mythic port. Nestled in a heavenly bay, Santa Marta is one of the oldest agglomerations in Colombia. This friendly small city which was the last residence of Simon Bolicar, is the perfect starting point for an immersion in the heart of the Tayrona National Park between idyllic beaches and tropical vegetation, as well as for a trekking to the Lost City, home to the Kogi Indians of the Sierra Nevada.
The exuberant vegetation of Minca and the fishermen village of Taganga are also worth the trip.
Interactive presentation of the Magdalena region.

 The Meta

15. The Meta

The Meta

The Meta department is one of the widest in Colombia. This rural region, is still isolated from the modern Colombia and is gifted with amazing landscapes and a rich and diversed flora and fauna.
Made of three zones, a mountain part to the West, the Amazona forest to the south and vast lowlands 'the llanos' in the centre, its territory gathers at least sixteen different ecosystems made of lowlands, savanahs, andean forests and highlands with cold climate. The authentic trips in the heart of the wild nature will be perfect for nature, ecotourism and ornithology lovers.
It features wide virgin spaces and the most beautiful river in the world... Caño Cristales, that puts on its best show after the rainy season, taking 5 different colors: yellow, blue, green, black and red. This unique natural phenomenon is due to the presence of endemic seaweeds: the macarenia clavigera.

 Mompox

16. Mompox

Mompox

Santa Cruz de Mompox, located on the banks of the Rio Magdalena, and whose historical centre is a world heritage, is a unique example of colonial city. It is famous for its baroque churches and its silverware workshops famous for the finess of its jewellery in silver watermark (filigrana momposina).
Even if Mompox played a key role in Colombia history (it was the first city to declare its independance against Spain), nowadays time seems to have stopped there.
Isolated between two rivers, only the Holy week festivities can disrupt its tranquility, with its austere and chaotic ceremonies, amongst the most famous in America.
Interactive presentation of Santa Cruz de Mompox.

 Nariño and Putumayo

17. Nariño and Putumayo

Nariño and Putumayo

Away from the touristic itineraries, the departments of Nariño and Putumayo, border to Ecuador, are full of treasures. The city of Ipiales is host to the famous Las Lajas Cathedral, built in the cliffs of the Andes.
The city of Pasto, at the bottom of the Galeras volcano, is a must stop spot to visit the surroundings. The Laguna Cocha, a mini version of the Titica lake located 24 km away from Pasto on the road to the Amazon, is another natural attraction of the region.
There we also find the sanctuary of the fauna and flora of the Corota island, small island in the middle of the laguna.
The city also hosts the annual White and Black carnival every January.

Interactive presentation of the Nariño region.

 The Norte Santander

18. The Norte Santander

The Norte Santander

The Norte de Santander, located in the North East of the country, is part of the Andes region. It is borded by Venezela to the North and to the East, by the departments of Boyacá and Santander to the South and by the César department to the West. Its capital, Cúcuta, has become a very important economical and commercial centre in the country, due to its natural resources and its geographical situation.
The Norte Santander has been the birthplace of several Colombian celebrities, such as Francisco de Paula Santander (independence forerunner), Camilo Daza (Colombian aviation forerunner), Virgilio Barco (ex President) and José Eusebio Caro (important writer and founder of the conservative party), or even Fabiola Zuluaga (considered as the best tennis player in Colombia).

 The Coffee Region

19. The Coffee Region

The Coffee Region

From all the regions in Colombia, the 'Coffee Triangle' is one of the must-sees. Caracterized by its huge coffee plantations with snowcapped summits in the background, the 'Eje Cafetero' gathers the departments of Quindio, Risalda and Caldas. It is on these andean highlands in the West of Colombia that grow close to 10% of the world coffee supply, in altitudes from 800 to 1 800 meters.
This region offers a multitude of activities: hiking in the Cocora Valley, trek in the Nevados park, discovery of the coffee culture in a finca, horseriding...

Interactive presentation of the coffee region.

 San Andres & Providencia

20. San Andres & Providencia

San Andres & Providencia

The archipelago of San Andres, Providencia and Santa Catalina, in the Carribean sea somehow feels like paradise. Imagine a paradisiac island with warm and crystal clear waters, a blue and sunny sky, exuberant and tropical forests, pirates legends, and beautiful and friendly people living in colorful houses....
This hilly island, simply held by a coral bareer, is a complete dream in the middle of the ocean. The wealth and beauty of its seabed made it obtain the UNESCO title of 'World Biosphere Reserve'. What other place in the world could be called 'the ocean's seaflower'?

Interactive presentation of San Andres island.

 The Santander

21. The Santander

The Santander

With its breathtaking landscapes, its typical villages and its strong currents, the Santander is a prime destination. Nestled on a headland overlooking the Suarez river, Barichara is considered as one of the most beautiful cities of the country. When arriving from a sports excursion in the surrounding, you will enjoy the tranquility of this town where was shot several Colombian telenovelas.
San Gil is the starting spot for the practice of rafting and kayaking. Finally, the impressive Chicamocha canyon hides majestuous waterfalls and wild nature.

 The Sierra Nevada del Cocuy

22. The Sierra Nevada del Cocuy

The Sierra Nevada del Cocuy

The Sierra Nevada del Cocuy is one of the most beautiful and impressive mountain chains in South America. The El Cocuy National Parc, its peak being the Ritacuba Blanco (5 330 meters high), attracts an increasing number of hikers.Several trekking trails allow to discover the region, between amazing landscapes, glacial lakes, a diverserd vegetation and snow capped summits.

 Le Tolima

23. Le Tolima

Le Tolima

In the middle of the Andean zone, this region is located between Bogota and the coffee region. Its capital Ibagué is known for its warm climate and its gastronomic specialties such as the Tamale (a dish cooked in banana leaves) or the Lechona (stuffed suckling pig). It is also a city with an important music tradition in Colombia as illustrated by the Festival and National Reign of Folklore that takes place every year.

 The Valle del Cauca

24. The Valle del Cauca

The Valle del Cauca

The Valle del Cauca is mainly famous for its capital: Cali, the emblematic city of Salsa in Colombia. However, in the same department, and yet 500 km from the Colombian coast, is the island of Malpelo, whose exceptional underwater biodiversity attracts divers from all over the world. Cali is also one of the gateways to the island of Gorgona, another preserved natural site. This national park is host to the humpback whales every year from July to October.

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