A trip into Colombia's coffee zone, the Coffee triangle < > The Colombien Coffee Region have wet and foggy rainforest, orchids, exotic birds, coffee and banana plantations, beautiful mountain villages. And to round it up, majestic views, nature trails, thermal spas and many more wonders in one of the most beautiful regions of Colombia. This Green Heart of Colombia is also called Coffee Cultural Landscape, as in June 2011 it was declared World Heritage by UNESCO. Around 24,000 coffee farms...
Tayrona NP
Tayrona National Park in Colombia < > represents the Caribbean and is undoubtedly one of the most beautiful national parks in the country. The natural paradise with its wonderful coral beaches, turquoise sea, jungle, which rolls up to the lonely beaches, offers a dreamlike and unique natural scenery, which invites you to discover, enjoy and relax as well as a beach holiday.
The Parque Nacional Natural Serranía < > The Parque Nacional Natural Serranía de Chiribiquete is currently the largest rainforest national park in the world. UNESCO has now declared the park a World Heritage Site because of its uniqueness and intactness. The National Park was founded in 1989. Along the equator it stretches over the Departamentos Caquete and Guaviare on the Amazon. So far, it has covered an area of 2.8 million hectares, making it the largest national park in Colombia....
Boyacá and Cundinamarca < > In Colombia, the department of Boyacá can be mentioned as another excellent tourist destination when it comes to enjoying the attractiveness of nature and landscape as well as the activities in it. It offers Andean landscape with its gentle and fertile hills, green valleys and in homage to the glorious past a cultural, historical and artistic heritage. The department of Boyacá has an area of 23,189 km² with a total of 120 municipalities and a population of...
Cartagena, the pearl of the Caribbean < > In 1984 the old town of Cartagena was declared a World Heritage Site by UNESCO. It was restored with international aid and old building plans. Today Cartagena de Indias presents itself elegantly and internationally. Hundreds of thousands of visitors are captivated by this city every year. One marvels at the long alleys with the old merchant houses, the beautiful colonial houses decorated with flowers and ornaments, the restored Andalusian palaces,...
The Orinoco in Colombia - in the footsteps of Alexander v. Humboldt < > The impressive water labyrinth on the Orinoco with its countless tributaries, tributaries and lagoons offers you pure, untouched and fascinating nature. Take part in the still original life of the Indians living there, far away from the hectic and modern world. Feel a bit like Alexander von Humboldt, who explored the magnificence of the Orinoco with its manifold natural facets in 1801. The Orinoco - a nature...
Pacific Holiday in Colombia < > Bahia Solano and Nuqui on the Pacific coast of Colombia and the offshore island of Gorgona are absolute natural beauties of the Pacific coast of Colombia and ideal destinations for gentle eco-tourism. A truly dreamlike and still one of the most untouched holiday paradises in the world awaits you there. For 1,300 kilometres the coast meanders along mainly dense, breathtaking rainforests and primeval forests, along endless dark sandy beaches lined with...
The Amazon, a journey into the jungle of Colombia < > Get to know by far the most water-rich river on earth. It offers a unique habitat for an almost unlimited variety of fauna and flora. It is a river in northern South America and experts estimate that it has existed for over one hundred million years. About 300 km south of the equator it crosses the Amazon basin, framed by the Andes in the west and shaped by tropical rainforest, eastwards to the Atlantic Ocean. It is estimated that the...
Travel San Andrés Colombia - a paradise < > A dream vacation in the Caribbean of Colombia under palm trees with sun, beach and crystal clear, emerald green sea, for this one packs gladly the suitcases. But where do you want to go? To the Caribbean island of San Andrés - to the sea of seven colours! San Andrés is still an insider tip for Europeans. The Colombian island is about 700 km away from the Colombian mainland and about 200 km off the coasts of Nicaragua and Costa Rica in the...
The Eje Cafetero also Triángulo del Café (coffee triangle) < > is located in the center of the Andes region about 200 km west of Bogotá in the heart of Colombia. It offers nature, originality and beautiful landscapes. The coffee triangle consists of the three departamentos Caldas, Quindío and Risaralda. Relatively in the centre is Pereira, the capital of Risaralda. Rain and cloud forest, orchids, exotic birds, coffee and banana plantations and beautiful mountain villages, wonderful...

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