Dive into the world of Colombian cowboys in the country's Eastern Plains, or "Llanos Orientales". This lavish, natural region is known for its stunning landscapes which decorate the area with its unique wildlife, abundant rivers, and vibrant sunsets.
Set in a lush green valley surrounded by mountains, Medellín is as beautiful as it is friendly to visitors. From the hillsides that surround the city you can see its glistening river weaving throughout busy shopping streets and cozy residential areas.
Tucked along the side of the Santa Marta-Riohacha highway, Palomino is easily overlooked. However, this sandy boho town is one of Colombia's most prized beaches, and well worth a stop.
Tayrona National Park
On one side of Tayrona National Park, the waves smash against the volcanic rocks that line the beach; on the other side a mystical landscape which instantly transports you to the Amazon jungle - all while in the midst of the Caribbean.
With over forty different diving sites, white sandy beaches, and a multicolored crystalline sea, the Archipelago of San Andres, Providencia and Santa Catalina have some of the world's finest coral reefs.
Nestled on the shores of the dazzling Caribbean Sea, Santa Marta is one of South America's oldest municipalities. The city boasts an impressive backdrop of the Sierra Nevada mountains, whose snowy peaks can be spotted from the beach on a clear day.
Villa de Leyva
The picture-perfect Villa de Leyva is a beautiful colonial town frozen in time. The whitewashed buildings, cobbled streets, and sprawling plaza will instantly transport you back to the 17th century.
Nestled in Colombia's green mountains, Bogotá is a cultural hub and the perfect place to explore fascinating museums and immerse yourself in both traditional and modern Colombian lifestyles.
Cabo de la Vela
Peaceful beaches, rich culture, and a true off-the-grid experience is what you can expect in Colombia's Cabo de la Vela. Found on the La Guajira peninsula near South America's most northern point and Colombia's border with Venezuela, this remote village is a huge change of pace from the country's bustling cities.
Often dubbed the most beautiful river in the world, Caño Cristales is a magical phenomena to witness. When the conditions are just right, usually June-November, an algae overgrowth takes place, turning this river into a multi-colored wonder.
As a contender for one of the top Natural Wonders of the World, Chicamocha Canyon is a true sight to behold. This standout destination is a must for nature lovers looking for a unique experience
Chocó is well known for its beaches, mostly composed of stretches of dark sand. The jungle that approaches the beach, and seems to want to colonize the sea, is the backdrop to many experiences that can be enjoyed in this region.
The gorgeous Coralina Island is a true slice of paradise in the middle of the caribbean sea. Nestled in the very heart of the Rosario Islands Natural Park, south of Cartagena, this privileged little island offers a peaceful and serene getaway from everyday life.
Capital of Colombia's Cesar region, the Caribbean Valledupar is rich in both cultural and natural heritage. Visitors will be welcomed with small town charm; with cobblestone streets weaving through idyllic colonial buildings, pathways adorned with shady mango trees, and the gentle sounds of the Guatapurí River.
Barichara has been deemed "the prettiest town in Colombia", and with good reason. This quaint cobblestoned town in northern Colombia is a dream come true. Wandering through its whitewashed streets and rolling countryside is enough to put anyone at ease
This city has a reputation for spellbinding visitors with its rich history, idyllic buildings and tropical aura. A World Heritage Site, Cartagena is one of Latin America's best colonial cities and boasts an impressive fortification network.
Nestled in beautiful green mountains, Salento is a little town that thrives on coffee production, trout farming and, increasingly, visitors, who come here for its quaint streets, traditional architecture and the nearby towering palms.
The hidden gem of Ciudad Perdida is reached by crossing forests full of exotic fauna and flora, hanging bridges, mountains, and waterfalls. In the midst of this tropical region, surrounded by 40 and 50-meter tall trees, the ruins of a great empire are found.
Located just a short drive from the lively city of Santa Marta, this eco-village is the perfect place to unwind and reconnect with nature. Featuring diverse flora and fauna and a comfortable temperate climate, Minca is an easy place to call home.