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Colombia’s huge and wonderful diversity offers you infinite travel possibilities. Explore landscapes of all kinds: snowy mountains, arid deserts, heavenly beaches, natural parks, tropical forests, modern cities, ethnic villages, colonial towns, luxurious islands and colorful plains. We will take you off the beaten path, bring you close to the local people and beyond the clichés. Get ready to be surprised and discover the trip that fits you best.

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Cartagena is located at the beachfront on the Caribbean coast; it is the capital of Bolívar Department. Founded in 1533 by Pedro de Heredia, Cartagena is the 5th largest city in Colombia. It is surrounded by a great wall that used to protect from the pirates invasions. Its architecture includes beautiful colonial houses and picturesque streets intoxicated by tropical fruit and delicious sea breeze contributing to the charm of this famous city. It is considered the most beautiful colonial city in South America. The nights of Cartagena, are illuminated by colors that contrast with its colonial history and, making of it the ideal destination for romantics. The city is divided into two parts, the old town or "ciudad amurallada" and a more modern area full of skyscrapers , " Boca Grande ". Surrounded by beaches, you find mainly hotels and shopping centers there.

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Region: The Andes
Considered as one of the most beautiful colonial towns in Colombia, Villa de Leyva seems to remain frozen in time. It was declared a national monument in 1954; the town has kept its colonial charm. We can see this in its typical architecture characterized by buildings with lime colored walls, cobblestone streets and the majestic Plaza Mayor (the largest square in Colombia) among others... The recent influx of visitors to the region has significantly changed the intern activity in the city, and consequently many hotels, shops, art galleries, gourmet restaurants and a local handicraft market have emerged. The town is also a favorite destination for people from Bogota, who love to spend their weekends there. In spite of this development, the town has stayed very traditional and offers many opportunities for sightseeing tours and several activities as: museums, festivals, crafts, hiking, horseback riding, sports... Boyacá's department, is a region of arid desert landscapes. The drying of the soil was caused by the planting of olive trees and eucalyptus by the Spanish people in the area in the colonial period. It is also a dairy region across the Altiplano Andino (Andean plateau).

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Located between Santa Marta and Ríohacha on the Caribbean Coast, the Tayrona National Park is one of the most visited natural parks in Colombia. This place hosts a wide variety of animal and plant species. The altitude varies from 0 to 900 meters inside the park. Of the 15,000 acres of the park, 3000 acres are marine areas. Many activities can be done in this region: hiking, enjoying the many beautiful beaches, museum visits, archeological ruins such as the "Pueblito Chairama" or scuba diving... The region offers a landscape of tropical jungle and lush vegetation. The residents are mostly mixed race and make a living on tourism and fishing. Also, the park has numerous sacred places belonging to the Indigenous people of the Sierra Nevada de Santa Marta. Amongst the different animal species to be found there are: Mammals such as the lynx, and different species of monkey (howler, titi, cappuccino) Birds (toucan, eagle...) and more than 70 species of butterfly... Reptiles (alligators...) Underwater species: sea sponges, crustaceans, mollusks, coral, colorful fish, etc.

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Located in the north of Colombia, in the Bolivar department, Mompós is also called the "Savanna Caribbean". It is one of the most precious jewels of the colonial time. It is also declared as a World Heritage by UNESCO. This city was founded in 1537 by the Spanish conquistadors. This city has the particularity of being surrounded by water because it is located on an island in the middle of the river Magdalena, and has a beautiful colonial architecture. The religious city, Mompós is also the birthplace of Cumbia and the place where Gabriel García Márquez found the inspiration to create all his literary work.

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This city is the capital of the department of Magdalena; Santa Marta is located on the Caribbean coast of the North of Colombia, between Barranquilla and Riohacha. The city is a good connection if you are making a circuit in the country thanks to its airport and its location in the Caribbean coast. It is one of the most touristic cities of the coast. Its location, between the Sierra Nevada and the Caribbean coast, makes this city very attractive, especially when you consider the wide variety of fauna and flora represented there. Do not forget the historical and cultural heritage of Santa Marta, for example the colonial architecture and monuments such as the Basilica of Santa Marta, which is a one of the most important tourist destination on the Caribbean coast. As a Caribbean city, Santa Marta has suffered from repetitive British, French and Dutch attacks for a long time. The city is steeped in history and legends. Among them, one says that the Santa Marta´s Cathedral contains the heart of the famous Simón Bolívar, hidden somewhere.

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Region: The Andes
Medellin is located in a valley surrounded by mountains to 1475 m altitude ,second largest city, is considered the economic capital. Since the end of drug cartels, the city has quickly expanded to become the most dynamic city in the country. The several sectors of this metropolis are well communicated by a comfortable and fast subway system, unique in Colombia. The city has 3.7 million inhabitants. They are called "Paisas" and they are the biggest traders in the country. Its inhabitants , who are kind and workers, have nicknamed Medellin: The city of eternal spring.Actually, is also famous for its wealth of cultural activities , the variety of museums, theaters , art galleries , an active night life (specially the tango), many bars and nightclubs. Medellin, capital of Antioquia , it is also the capital of the textile and fashion . The exhibition, the Colombiamoda is the largest in its sector and attracts more than 1,400 international buyers from 21 countries and over 6,000 buyers in the country.

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The group of islands of San Andres, Providence and Santa Catalina form a department of Colombia in the middle of the Caribbean Sea, 775 km from the Nord-east coast. The capital of this department is San Andrés. These places are considered the most beautiful beaches of Colombia and even of the Caribbean. Also, the archipelago has been declared a marine biological reserve and the National Natural Park Old Providence McBean Lagoon, which has been created to protect their biodiversity. There are approximately 70 554 inhabitants in the archipelago. The main language is Creole, Sanadresano, Spanish and English and the reggae culture is very important in this place. In fact, San Andres Island is a main tourist place of the Latin American continent. Besides, Providence Island is much more typical than San Andrés, actually, by law their buildings are limited to two levels and it must to be made through the local style. This island has more wildlife, vegetation and natural places: beaches, mountains, lakes for diving...

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Region: The Andes
Bogota, the capital of Colombia, is located in the department of Cundinamarca, right in the center of the country, with an altitude of 2.600mts. It extends through a mountain range to the east, forming a series of hills that surrounds the city (these hills come at handy to guide yourself in the city). Bogota is the main center for economic and cultural activities along the country, it is also known for being a dynamic metropolis, a melting pot of cultures. This city is home to 8 million people coming from all over the country. It also has several interesting places to visit such as the colonial neighborhood of La Candelaria, Bolivar Square, museums, historic monuments, malls, and has a great offer for national and international gastronomy. During the last years Bogota has become one of the most important epicenters in Latin America to perform important cultural and economic events every year. The city has been changing for the last decades, now with great public spaces such as the largest bicycle way in Latin America. It has a new practical means of public transportation: Transmilenio; this is similar to a metro but divided into large buses that can transport up to 150 passengers. Also, Bogota continues to have all the little colorful buses that run all over the city day and night.

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Region: The Pacific
The Pacific coast stretching from Panama to the border of Ecuador over a length of 808 miles

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The Amazon rainforest is one of the greatest reservoirs of biodiversity, amongst insects, animals and plants, this place represents more than half of the world's tropical forests

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Region: The Andes
The Afro Colombian influence is important and notes in particular through the musical culture of the city. Indeed, Cali is Colombia's capital of salsa.

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The highest coastal mountain in the world. 22 km only separate the vertices of the Caribbean Sea. Its highest peak is the Colon peak, which rises up to 5775 meters

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Region: The Andes
Hiking in the Sierra Nevada del Cocuy is to enter the mind and heart of the Colombian Andes. Silent peaks, glaciers and eternal snows, mountain lakes of many colours and surprising vegetation ...

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Considered as the religious capital of Colombia, the city of Popayan has the largest per capita number of church, built during the 17th and 18th centuries. It is located in the green valley of Pubenza at the foot of the Puracé volcano. This is one of the best preserved colonial cities of the country even if partially destroyed by an earthquake in the 80s with its baroque churches and sumptuous stone streets. The city is illuminated by its colonial houses with white walls, wrought iron balconies and flowering bushes. The centre of Popayan is a world renowned architectural historical heritage. Many active volcanoes are visible in the Popayan region. The city of Popayan was the first city to be named a UNESCO City of Gastronomy. The rich traditional dishes and ingredients are to Popayan city a unique resource in the field of gastronomy. These include the excellent "empanadas pipian". Popayán was founded in 1537 by Sebastián de Belalcazar at the edge of the Puracé volcano. Its name comes from the indigenous Pupayam language and means “hamlet”. The city was founded, while the commercial road linking Quito (Ecuador) and the Caribbean coast was constructed. The wealth of the region comes from this strategic position. Cobbled streets and colored houses with balconies make Popayan one of the most beautiful colonial cities. Holy Week is the most interesting time to visit the town. Wonderful processions parade in the streets and attract millions of visitors. And actually, Popayan is Colombia’s religious heart. 45 km east from Popayan is the Puracé National Park, the biggest one of the Andean cordillera with its 800 000 ha. The park is composed by snow-capped peaks, volcanoes, lakes and a very diverse flora and fauna. The four most important Colombian rivers are born here: the Magdalena River, the Cauca, the Patía and the Caquetá. While walking in the park sites such as the Puracé volcano, be San Juan thermals and the Bedón and Nicolás waterfalls can be seen. The Puracé volcano is the only active volcano on which one can still climb until the summit. The ascension is somehow difficult, but can be done without any special material. The volcano has an altitude of 4760 meters and you have to walk between 7 and 9 hours to achieve the summit. 60 km away from Popayan is the authentic town of Silvia. It is the indigenous village of Guambiano. The inhabitants still wear their traditional clothes: colorful long dresses, ponchos and scarves. Women wear amazingly beautiful white necklaces. The Guambiano ethnic group lives in villages surrounding Silvia. Every Tuesday, they sell their products at the traditional market of Silvia.

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Region: The Andes
Tierradentro is a sacred place where the descendants of the indigenous Paeces survive. To visit this territory is a unique opportunity to make contact with the mysterious past of this ancient people.

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Region: The Andes
San Agustin is a very welcoming traditional village right in the middle of the great Andes, South Colombia.

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Region: The Llanos
Caño Cristales is an exceptional and surprising natural site probably considered as one of the world’s most beautiful. Its unique ecosystem is very fragile

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Region: The Andes
Santander is an adventure and extreme sports paradise. The village is carved on top of the Canyon of Suarez River with an awesome view of the region.

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Region: The Andes
Before Spanish conquest, Pasto belonged to the Inca Empire. Today it has well preserved churches and colonial buildings.

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Region: The Llanos
The Tuparro Park was declared National Monument in 1982 and is located in the Orinoquia Region. A variety of canyons with crystal-clear water, golden beaches and huge rivers make this region in a charming place. A very diverse fauna and flora is to be found in this region thanks to an average temperature of 27°. Among the most common animals in this region are monkeys, sakes, pink dolphins, as well as different species of exotic birds.

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Region: The Llanos
The Cerros de Mavecure are among the most ancient mounds in Latin America. They are located about 50 kilometers away from the Inirida city. They are composed of three mounds, named Mavecure, Mono (monkey) and Pajarito (little bird). Thanks to their 250 meters height, the visitor can benefit from an amazing view on the jungle and the rivers that surround them. We can also observe a huge variety of exotic birds and do aquatic sports thanks to the Inirida River next to this place.

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Region: The Andes
The Cocora Valley – Salento is one of the most important destinations of the Quindio department and the Coffee Region. Its wonderful landscapes make this region an attractive place for tourists. The average temperature during the whole year is 15°C. A maximum temperature of approximately 25°C can also be reached. The Cocora Valley is characterized by cloud forests and a diverse flora and fauna, among which the most known are the Wax Palms, which is a native plant that originates in the high Andean valleys.

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Region: The Andes
The Nevados’ National Natural Park was founded the 30th of April 1974 in order to contribute to the conservation of the ecosystems. It is a cold area with a climate variating between 14°C and - 3°C. Located on the central cordillera of the Andean region and having a huge importance in this region thanks to its rivers and paramos, it is considered as the heart of the Coffee Triangle. This destination has a variety of fascinating animals (Andean condors, colibris, sparrow hawks) and vegetation (orchids, frailejón, etc)

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Region: The Andes
Cañon de Chicamocha

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Punta Gallinas is located in the extreme north of the La Guajira peninsula. Nature in this region is surprisingly beautiful: plateaus, sand dunes and rocky cliffs emerge from the sea. The biggest sand dune is 60 meters high and is like a fortress next to the sea. Around 100 inhabitants of the Wayúu ethnic group live near Punta Gallinas. They are one of the few South American cultures that are still conserving their ancestral traditions. From Punta Gallinas you can achieve the headland of Cabo de Vela. During the rainy season, which runs from September to November, you can only there by boat. The journey is definitely worth it. On one site, the Caribbean Sea meets the desert and on the other site you will see the roots of the mangroves in the green waters of the Bahia Hondita. Some time ago, Cabo de Vela was scarcely inhabited, but due to an important growth of tourism in this region adequate infrastructure has been built. Today it is considered one of Colombia’s most heavenly tourist destinations.

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Region: The Andes
Armenia was founded the 14th of October 1889. It is the capital of the Quindío department and is also known as the capital of coffee. Due to its rapid urban growth it was nicknamed the “Wonder-City”. The region has developed a rural tourism network, where travelers can take holidays in fincas or haciendas in the middle of coffee and banana plantations. One of the most beautiful botanic gardens is to be found in Armenia. The temperature is between 18°C and 28°C during the whole year. Quimbaya is a small town located in the Quindío department. It was founded in 1914 and its name comes from the pre-Colombian culture in this region. It has a warm climate and majestic landscapes in which one can see lagoons, natural forests, wildlife refuges, quebradas and waterfalls.

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Region: The Andes
The Tatacoa Desert is located in the North of the Huila department. It is the second most arid area in Colombia. The region has a lot of erosion and dry canyons. The desert is characterized by its grey, ochre colors, as well as by the green of the cactuses that are to be found there. During nighttime the temperature is 13 °C and during daytime around 40°C. As it is a desert, there are neither a lot of animals nor a lot of vegetation. Among the animals that can be found in this region are eagles, lizards, scorpions, spiders, turtles and rodents.

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Minca is a small village located in the Sierra Nevada de Santa Marta, 15 km away from Santa Marta. Waterfalls and natural pools give this wonderful small mountain village surrounded by wild nature its charm. It is known for its organic coffee and if you go to Santa Marta for a few days, you will appreciate the cooler temperatures. It is a perfect place for mountain biking, bird-watching and hiking. The region is home to 300 bird species and the views are breathtaking. You can go up to San Lorenzo at 2600 meters to have a panoramic view of the snow-capped peaks of Colón and Bolivar, which are the highest coastal peaks on earth.

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The Lost City is an archaeological and sacred site in the Sierra Nevada de Santa Marta. It was founded between the 7th and the 8th centuries by the indigenous Tayrona community, who considered the Sierra Nevada de Santa Marta their “mother” and the “heart of the world”. The lost city was probably the political center of the region on the banks of the Buritaca River and it probably had between 2 000 and 8 000 inhabitants. The site was officially rediscovered in 1972, nonetheless the indigenous communities that live in that region affirm that they saw this place several times before the seventies. In 1986, it was declared a Human Biosphere Reserve and World Heritage site by UNESCO. The almost unspoiled construction is a proof of the Tayronas’ architectural genius. The location and the size of the houses were determined by social status. The leader of the community was called Mamo.

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Discover the precious municipality of Puerto Nariño, entrance to the Tarapoto lake, which is the natural habitat of pink dolphins. Cultural and natural heritage is waiting for you!

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Lakes, marshlands, mangroves and canyons in one single destination...

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Region: The Pacific
A wonderful destination for ecotourism and whale watching, which has cultural, natural and gastronomic richness.

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Region: The Pacific
A magical place with tropical jungle, coral reefs, estuaries, mangrove swamps and the ocean

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The Florencia municipality is located in the north-east of the Caquetá department between the Andean and the Amazonian region.

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Araracuara is located in the Amazonas department. It has a very varied fauna and flora thanks to its location and its climate conditions.

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Region: The Andes
Bucaramanga is the capital of the Santander department and is located on the oriental cordillera. The city was founded in 1622 and developed around the García Rovira Park. It is a modern city, surrounded by mountains and by skyscrapers. There are a lot of green areas but the city is also known for its nightlife thanks to numerous clubs and bars.

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Region: The Andes
The Honda municipality is located in the Northern part of the Tolima department. The municipality conserves its colonial architecture influenced by the Spanish since its conquest.

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Region: The Andes
Ibague is located in the Tolima department, nearby the Nevado del Tolima in the central cordillera. The city is also known as the Music capital of Colombia.

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Region: The Andes
Manizales is the capital of the Caldas department. Known as the City of Open Doors, it was founded in 1849.

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Region: The Andes
The Otún Quimbaya Sanctuary is located in the Risaralda department in Colombia’s Andean region on the Central Cordillera.

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Salamina is a municipality in the Caldas department. It is also known as the City of Light.

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The Rosario and San Bernardo Islands were declared National Natural Park in order to protect important marine life and coral reefs in the Caribbean.

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Barranquilla is located in the Atlántico department. It is the main center of the economy in the region of the Caribbean and a maritime and fluvial port of national and international connection.

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Region: The Llanos
Villavicencio, considered as the « Gate of the Llanos », is the capital of the Meta-department. The city is located in the Oriental cordillera at 647 meters.

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Region: The Llanos
Yopal is the capital city of the Casanare department. It has a surface of 2 595 km2. The fact that the city was only founded in 1915 makes it one of the youngest capitals in the world.

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Palomino is located in the Sierra Nevada of Santa Marta. This town is near to the crystal clear water of the Palomino River. This river comes down from the height of the Sierra Nevada before flowing into the Caribbean Sea.

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Hidden inside the Sierra Nevada of Santa Marta, Nabusímake is the spiritual capital of the Arhuacos indigenous group. In their language Nabusímake means Land, where the sun is born.

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Region: The Andes
The municipality of Guatapé, located in Eastern Antioquia, was founded in 1811. The economy is based on agriculture (tomato, corn, potatoes and beans), hydroelectric production and finally tourism. In fact, Guatapé has good hotel infrastructure. Most visited places are El Peñol of Guatapé (Rock of Guatapé) and the Embalse Peñol-Guatapé (the lake of Guatapé) that has 2 262 hectares.

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Region: The Andes
The Chingaza Natural National Park is near Bogota, in the Oriental cordillera in the Andean region. It was founded in 1977 and has a total extension of 76 600 hectares.

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Region: The Andes
The Tota lake is located in the Boyaca department, 15 km away from Sogamoso and near the municipalities of Cuitiva, Tota and Aquitania.

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Region: The Llanos
Puerto Carreño is the capital of the Vichada department and borders with Venezuela. With a total surface of 12 409km2, the town has only 10 034 inhabitants.

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Region: The Pacific
The municipality of Bahia Solano is located 5 meters above sea level in the department of Chocó. This place has an area of 1667 square kilometers.

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Region: The Andes
Jardín and Jericó municipalities in the department of Antioquia en Colombia

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Riohacha is the capital of the La Guajira department, 170 km east from Santa Marta. It has 170 000 inhabitants and was founded by the German explorer Nicolas de Federman in 1535.

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Region: The Andes
Mesa de los Santos was founded the 1 of January 1750. The Santos municipality is located in the Jeridas Mesesta and was inhabited by several indigenous groups such as the Chibcha, the Muiscas and the Guanes. The region has very high-quality organic coffee plantations, which have a worldwide reputation. The Mesa de los Santos has various viewpoints where you can observe the Cañon del Chicamocha, the Saldo del Duendo, the paths of the German Georg von Legerke, the Santos town, etc. There is also a cable railway, which connects different places of the National Chicamocha Park (Panachi). Besides all those cultural activities, visitors can also discover traditional towns of the region. It is a perfect place to practice ecotourism, hiking, paraglider and rappel. This place has conserved its natural beauty thanks to amazing landscapes and visitors can relax and connect with Nature.

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Region: The Andes
Mocoa is the capital of the Putumayo department and gateway to the Amazonia. It is recommended to go to Mocoa from San Agustin, because the road is very beautiful. In only three hours you will switch from the coolness of the Huila to the Amazonian warm humidity. The landscape will also change: the luxurious vegetation of the Amazonas and an amazing wild fauna are awaiting you. You will be able to take a bath in waterfalls and natural pools. The territory belongs to the Kafán and Inga indigenous community and it has only recently opened up to ecotourism. Sibundoy also belongs to the Putumayo department. 3630 meters above sea level, the town is only 80 kilometers away from Mocoa. From an ethnobotanic point of view, Sibundoy is one of the richest regions on the planet, very important medicinal plants can be found there. In 1941, Richard Evans Schultes discovered the most important concentration of hallucinogenic plants, finding more than 1600 hallucinogenic trees. Schultes worked closely with local healers and registered various flowers with which they treated infections and fever, medicinal roots to kill parasites, tonics to heal nerve diseases and pharmaceutical practices to prevent pain while giving birth.

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In the north-east of the La Guajira peninsula is the Serranía de Macuira. Its name derives from the ancestrals of the Wayúu: the Makui. Inside the wayúu refuge is a 25 000 hectares park, the Macuira National Park. It is composed be a 500 meter high mountain chain. Some picks are higher than 750 meters and the highest point is Cerro Palúa having 865 meters. In the interior of this semi-desert are microclimates that form an oasis like in a tropical forest. Humidity arrives from the north-east, forming clouds during the evening that disappear again in the morning. Thanks to its isolation, Macuira has an interesting flora and fauna and a notable wildlife, including cardinals and 15 species of snakes, such as coral snakes. There are also Wayúu settlements that have not been influenced by the exterior. Here indigenous cultivate cashew nuts, coconuts and plantains, as well as dividivi pods. The rangers are all very friendly locals. A walk until El Chorro Waterfall is definitely worth it. It is a very luxurious and charming green area. The other side of Maicura is Punta Gallinas, South America’s most northern point. It is an amazing place. Also in the surroundings is Taroa, where sand dunes seem to fall into the sea. Maicura is the perfect place to connect with nature, get immersed in the culture of the Wayúus and learn from their wisdom.

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Region: The Llanos
Puerto Lopez is located in the Meta department and is considered as Colombia’s heart, as it is the geographical center of the country. Furthermore, Puerto Lopez is one of the most important fluvial ports on the Meta River. Various rivers go through this municipality. The most important one in terms of hydrological networks is the Meta River. The town is connected with the Oriental Llanos through the Meta River and with Venezuela through the Orinoco River. Puerto Lopez and its surroundings are considered as the most important agricultural region in the Meta-department. Rice, corn, yuca and fruit plantations are to be found here. Other economic activities are cattle raising, fishing, commerce and transportation. Puerto Gaitan is located in the Meta department, and its surface is 17.499km². The main economic activities are cattle raising, agriculture, commerce and fishing. The harbor is characterized by oil activity. It began its transformation during the 21st century, making Colombia one of the 20 biggest oil producers in the world. The city has a large number of streams, the largest river being el Meta. The main places of interest of the city are: el Parque Jorge Eliécer Gaitán, la Catedral María Madre de la Iglesia, el Parque Francisco José de Caldas, the ecological park and Bellas Artes center.

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Region: The Andes
The Municipality of Santuario, located in the Risalda department, was founded in 1886 by Colon Julian Ortiz, during the second wave of colonization. Santuario is 201 square km in area and has more than 15000 inhabitants. The principal attraction of this municipality is its charming colonial architecture, typical of the Antioquia department. However, the Tatamá Natural National Park, located in the same mountainous region, also attracts interest because of its unspoiled biodiversity and the beauty of its landscapes. This area’s economy is based on Coffee cultivation, but also the farming of animals and agriculture. If nowadays the Tatamá Park nature remains very well preserved, it is not only because the parc is still unknown to the public compared to the many other tourist regions of Colombia. In this same Park you can find the Sendero Cascadas, an amazing place to enjoy the exhilarating vegetation and practice rock climbing. One study says that “Tatamá” means “The higher Land” in Indian Anserma, but another one says it means “Grandfathers of rivers”. The Park piques the interest of many scientists. Many animal and plant species find their home in this natural haven of peace. Alongside the Tatamá Paramo are the Frontino and El Duende paramos, 3 areas whose perfect conservation is quite unique in Colombia.

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