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 The coffee region is where the majority of the famous Colombian coffee is produced. This region is not only blessed with perfect weather conditions to grow the best quality coffee but also with a great variety of options to visit coffee farms, hike in natural parks, and immerse in local culture. Read More about this magical region, unique to Colombia.

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Cartagena welcomes visitors to its colonial charm, vibrant nightlife, and many attractions. Visiting Cartagena, you won't be surprised that it's called the jewel of South America as it is likely one of the most beautiful and fun cities in the world. Read More about Cartagena and Contact Us to hire a yacth and visit beautiful  islands.



Medellín used to be considered one of the most dangerous cities in the world. These days, the increasing number of tourists who visit find an inviting, modern city with an ideal climate. Medellin is home to the famous Botero art museum, a vibrant culture, and cultural events. Find Out More about the fascinating city of Medellin!



The Amazon is home to the world’s most diverse collection of exotic flora and fauna. In Colombia’s Amazon, it’s not just the wildlife and the adventure that is extraordinary but also understanding local people and indigenous tribes. Find Out More about the Colombian Amazon, how to travel and where to stay. 



Bogota is the capital of Colombia and offers a diverse mix of traditions, history, and progress. Located at 2,640 meters (8,660 feet) in the Andes mountains, this city has numerous attractions including a gold museum, botanical gardens, local markets, and a thriving nightlife. Read More about Bogota and Contact Us for the best local guides in the city



In Providencia Island you can enjoy the Caribbean, with beautiful colored seven shades of blue and rich marine life, making it a great place to snorkel and dive. Immerse in local culture and try the best lobster and seafood in the world. Contact Us for Insider tips and best place to stay at.

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La Guajira, with its desert, beaches, and unique landscapes and the proud heritage of its indigenous inhabitants (the 'Wayuu'), is one of the most amazing and remote places you can visit in Colombia. Contact Us for more information.

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The Tayrona Natural Park is another place of immense natural beauty where you can spend a day hiking in the rainforest eco-system and beautiful sandy beaches. You will have the opportunity to swim, hike or practice snorkeling. Contact Us for more information.



Barichara has been deemed "the prettiest town in Colombia" and offers a uniquely charming, colonial, and romantic atmosphere. Right beside Barichara you also have San Gil, the adventure and extreme sports capital of Colombia. Contact Us for more information.



Guatape is a colorful and vibrant town located close to El Peñol, a 650-foot (198-meter) tall rock busting out of the flat surrounding land. The rock is open to the public and has an extensive network of stairs, allowing visitors to climb and take a look at “the best view in the world.” Contact Us to plan your trip and transportation to Guatape.

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This colorful Liquid Rainbow, also called the River of Five Colors, is one natural landmark that should be on every traveler’s itinerary. The 62-mile (100-kilometer) stretch of river has beautiful waterfalls and natural pools. Find Out More about this beautiful natural landmark.



Ciudad Perdida was a  pre-Columbian settlement that was constructed around the eighth century by the Tayrona Indians and is nestled right in the heart of the Colombian jungle. The settlement was once a thriving hub of culture and it is now one of the most interesting spots to visit. Contact Us if you are interested in hiking Caño Cristales.

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Looking for things to do off the beaten path? Malpelo island is a nature reserve open to visitors who wish to see abundant sea life and immerse in some of the best diving in the world. Rising from a deep undersea ridge in the East Pacific Ocean, Malpelo is recommended for advanced divers. Contact Us to reserve a spot.

Tatacoa desert, Huila, Tolima, Colombia.


Do you know Colombia has a desert? If you are looking for a place where you can relax, explore, see beautiful sunsets, connect with nature, and look at how amazing the sky is when the sun goes down and the stars come out, then this is the right place to be. Contact Us for more information.

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Santuario de Las Lajas is one of the most interesting religious structures in Colombia as it looks like it comes straight from a fairy tale. The Gothic style cathedral was built in the early 20th century thanks to a financial donation from locals, and there is now a small museum inside

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