Places To Go In Colombia

Bogota, the capital city of Colombia was founded in 1538 and offers more than its reputation might suggest.  Home to cosmopolitan restaurants, excellent museums and a well preserved colonial quarter, it is an eclectic mix of the old and new. Certainly worth a visit on your holiday to Bogota,...
Founded in 1533, Cartagena is undoubtedly one of Latin America’s most beautiful cities lost somewhere in time between the 16th and 19th centuries, with the Caribbean sea providing a sparkling backdrop. Sir Francis Drake laid siege to the city but the fortress walls and cannons remain, making...
Medellin & Nuqui
Located about 400 km to the northwest of the capital Bogota, Medellin is a relatively new destination on the tourist map. As Colombia’s second most important city it’s well worth a visit in its own right.
San Andres & Providencia
Located in the Caribbean sea to the northwest of Colombia, the islands of San Andres and Providencia along with Santa Catalina, were declared a UNESCO Biosphere Reserve in 2000. Believed to have been discovered by Christopher Columbus on his second voyage, the islands of San Andres were originally...
Tayrona National Park
One of the Colombia's major highlights is Tayrona National Park, where pristine white-sand beaches have back-drops of hills covered in untamed tropical forest. Tayrona National Park is located near the city of Santa Marta on Colombia's Carribean Coast. Stay in one of the Eco Habs where you...
The Coffee Region
Colombian coffee is known around the world and the country is the world’s third largest producer. There are several main coffee production areas and one of these is to the west of Pereira. The mineral-rich volcanic soil and higher altitude of this area are the perfect combination for the...
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