The charming city of Armenia lies in the heart of Colombia`s coffee region, surrounded by lush green valleys and snow-capped mountains. This renowned area is part of the coffee triangle found in the central mountain range of the Colombian Andes. The region boasts the world`s best coffee and is fast becoming a favorite tourist destination offering a variety of coffee farms, beautiful parks, horseback riding, bamboo river rafting, bird watching, and other outdoor activities.
Recommended Stay:At least 3 nights Los Nevados National Park, Cocora Valley, The National Coffee Park, The Quimbaya Gold Museum, Quindío Botanical Gardens, Founders Park, Park of Life and much more.
The large port city of Barranquilla is located on the Caribbean Coast, a thriving cultural city boasting many exciting attractions, historical buildings, and museums. The bustling metropolis lies on the banks of the Magdalena River and offers visitors great restaurants, street food vendors, shopping and the annual celebration of Barranquilla`s Carnival.
Recommended Stay:At least 2 nights Caribbean Museum, The Carnival House, Bocas de Ceniza, Puerto Salgar, Romantic Museum, Plaza de la Paz, Metropolitan Cathedral, Paseo Bolivar and much more.
Baru Island is a true Caribbean paradise of azure, white-sandy beaches and dreamlike landscapes. Its well renowned Playa Blanca is the undeniable attraction, a real heaven where travelers can enjoy delicious cocktails, fresh seafood or spend the day swimming and snorkelling. It is also the gateway to the Rosario Islands National Park, famous for their gorgeous reefs, diverse marine life and sun-soaked beach resorts.
The modern city of Bogota is an exciting city offering a vibrant culture and an important architectural heritage. Stunning colonial architectures and colorful buildings line the ancient cobblestone streets in the city. Fantastic museums, futuristic architecture, delicious cuisine and a fantastic nightlife can be found in the city.
Recommended Stay:At least 3 nights Salt Cathedral, Usaquen, Bogota Botanical Gardens, Simon Bolivar Park, Monserrate Hill, El Museo del Oro, La Candelaria, Bolivar Square and much more.
Bucaramanga is the capital of the department of Santander, in north-central Colombia. It features over 160 park all around the city and because of this it has been given the name of La ciudad de los Parques and Colombias Beautiful City.
Recommended Stay:At least 2 nights Ecopark Cerro del Santisimo, Cathedral of the Holy Family, Acualago Park, Saint Pio Park and much more.
Cali, Colombia is the `Salsa Capital of the World`, a vibrant upbeat city bursting with life. The city is the capital of fiestas, street parties, dancing and famous salsa clubs. The city boasts wide tree-lined boulevards brimming with quaint cafes, galleries, and boutiques along with sprawling parks, hills and mountains perfect for hiking and walking in the warm sunshine. There are many museums, statues, churches, and authentic barrios to explore during the day, and a bustling nightlife scene with salsa music pumping through the streets.
Recommended Stay:At least 2 nights Botanical Gardens of Cali, Cali Zoo, Cristo Rey statue, San Pedro Church, La Ermita Church, Natural Science Museum, Archeological Museum, El Penon Park, River Cat and much more.
Walk through Cartagena`s welcoming alleys and streets and you will discover one of the most fascinating towns in the Caribbean, with a uniquely romantic atmosphere and well-preserved colonial architectural treasures. To add to its Caribbean Sea appeal, Cartagena guards inside its walls the largest fortification in the Americas built during Colonial times to protect it from pirates and buccaneers. Throw in the cultural mélange resulting from the Spanish-indigenous mix and you have a vibrant city that should be on every traveler must-see list.
The most colorful town in Colombia, where every building is a work of art. Located in the outskirts of Medellin, this beautiful town offers great adventure sites as some of the most beautiful views of Colombia.
Leticia, with the largest tropical rainforest and the most copious river in the world, the Amazon Jungle Colombia shares with Brazil, Peru, Bolivia, Colombia, Ecuador and Venezuela is another of Colombia`s treasures. It is a prodigious place, not only for the indigenous people that inhabit it and the sheer size of the river, but also for the life it spawns and nurtures on land and water. In the Colombian part of a region many call Amazonia, Leticia is a hospitable and comfortable city, surrounded by paths that lead to fascinating places in the Amazon jungle, making it the main travel destination in the area.
Recommended Stay:At least 3 nights Must See`s:
Amazon River Tour, Amacayacu National Park, Victoria Regia, Macedonia Indigenous Community, Puerto Narino, Tarapoto Lake, Birdwatching at Santander Park, and so much more!
The innovative metropolis of Medellin is fast becoming one of the `IT` cities of the world. The city boasts warm weather and clear blue skies that create spectacular sunsets. The city sits in the Aburra Valley surrounded by the Andes Mountains offering visitors wide open green spaces covering acres of land and miles of hiking and walking trails through vibrant wildflowers and nature. The city is overflowing with attractions including magnificent museums, spectacular sculptures, huge public parks and plaza and restaurants offering world-class fine dining.
Recommended Stay:At least 3 nights Arvi Park, Comuna 13, Botero Square, Museo Casa de la Memoria, Castle Museum, El Poblado Promenade, Paisa Village, Metropolitan Theatre, Park of Lights and much more.
Pereira is a beautiful city hidden away in the rolling hills of the Coffee Triangle in Colombia. Nestled in a small valley surrounded by majestic mountains and hundreds of acres of verdant valleys filled with coffee plantations and endless outdoor activities. Pereira is an urban epicenter and a popular tourist destination for coffee lovers, hikers, bikers and outdoor enthusiasts with parks, horseback riding, bird watching, and hiking.
Recommended Stay:At least 2 nights Pereira Cathedral, Pereira Museum of Art, Lucy Tejada Cultural Center, Botanical Gardens, Biopark Bonita Farm, Ukimari Biopark, Cocora Valley, Los Nevados National Park and much more.
Providencia is a mountainous Caribbean island part of the Archipelago of San Andres, Providencia and Santa Catalina, a department of Colombia, lying midway between Costa Rica and Jamaica. Providencia's maximum elevation is 360 m above sea level.
The island offers visitors a perfect coral reef, the second largest in the Caribbean, and one of the richest on the planet in regard to marine biodiversity. For this reason, this island of only 5,000 inhabitants attracts the attention of divers from all over the world, who arrive to explore the crevices, caves, and huge walls that make up the reef.
The beautiful town of Salento is an Andean town in Colombia, known for its coffee estates and verdant scenery. East is Cocora Valley where lofty wax palm trees, are home to rare parrots. The town is a gateway to the snow-capped peaks of Los Nevados National Natural Park, to the northeast. This colorful and offer visitors amazing views and a relaxing atmosphere.
Recommended Stay:At least 2 nights Finca de Don Elias, Natural Reserve of Barbas Bremen, Real Street, Observation Deck of Mirador Alto de la Cruz and much more.
San Andres is a stunning coral seahorse-shaped island in the Caribbean Sea. The island is known for its magnificent coral reefs where diving and snorkeling are popular. Visitors can enjoy the dazzling white sand beaches and sparkling blue waters of the Caribbean. Offshore islands offer lazy days at the beach, water sports, boat trips, and beach parties. Enjoy the delicious local food at beachfront restaurants with live Reggae music.
Recommended Stay:At least 3 nights Morgan`s Cave, Johnny Cay Regional Park, Lover`s Bridge, Big Pond Lagoon, Island House Museum, Cayo Bolivar, San Luis Beaches, El Acuario and much more.
Visit Colombia`s oldest colonial city,Santa Marta bursting with historic sites, monuments and stunning colonial architecture spread throughout the plaza`s and parks. Relax on the finest beaches and swim in the crystal clear calm Caribbean waters filled with vibrant coral and marine life. Explore the miles of the outdoor jungle set in the magnificent Sierra Nevada Mountain ranges. Dine at many waterfront restaurants and eateries found in this Oceanfront city and watch glorious sunsets from the Santa Marta Marina.
Recommended Stay:At least 2 nights Rodadero Beach, Taganga, Tayrona National Park, Concha Bay, Simon Bolivar Park, Santa Marta Cathedral, Tayrona Gold Museum and much more.
The popular Tayrona Park lies at the Caribbean coast near Santa Marta in Colombia. It has some of South Americas loveliest coastline. Tayrona National Park is a magical slice of Colombia's Caribbean coast, with stunning stretches of golden sandy beach backed by coconut palms and thick rainforest.
Villa de Leyva is one of the the most beautiful and well-preserved colonial villages in Colombia. This photogenic city charms its visitor at every corner with cobblestone roads and whitewashed buildings. Museums, churches, an ostrich farm and its festivals are some of the many plans travelers can enjoy in Villa de Leyva and its surrounding area.
Recommended Stay:At least 2 nights Lake Iguaque, Casa Terracota, Paramo Iguaque Nature Reserve, Tematic Park Gondava and much more.
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