Colombia is South America's access door to the world. Strategically located, this is the ideal destination for events, meetings and international conventions. Nestled in the heart of the American continent, over the equatorial parallel, Colombia has become one of the most distinguished destinations in South America. 365 days of paradise, tropical weather, biodiversity, and unimaginable contrasts. In the Caribbean, you dance rhythms as Champeta, although Vallenato and Colombian Cumbia are also praised worldwide. One thing is certain, flavor and rhythm are always present in Colombia!
Colombia Destination Guide
Destinations in Colombia
10 Reasons to Visit Colombia
With the perfect location, the country is settled between two oceans, each with its unique characteristics and landscapes that give way to approximately 300 beaches. We have Providence Island in the Caribbean where you can find a coral barrier beyond 19 miles in length. Also the third largest reef in the world and in the pacific islands you can find the spectacular humpback whales singing. If that wasn't enough the seven colors sea in the Rosario Islands and Colombia's Rainbow River.
We don’t have seasons in Colombia, however, the weather and temperature vary just as the landscapes. In many areas of the country, you can find mountains like the Andes snow peaks and volcanoes, though, this is not everything; we also have the Amazonas Rainforest and the Caribbean and Pacific shore. There is something that will amaze you at any location you choose.
Colombian architecture is very diverse as the country itself. Modern buildings and structures in cities like Bogota and Medellin depict the evolution of the country and places like Salento Quindio, Villa de Leyva Boyaca, and San Felipe Castle in Cartagena display the Colonial heroic history along their streets.
In this country, we have countless musical rhythms. In the Caribbean, you can dance Champeta or enjoy the Pacific Salsa Choque. Marvel yourself with the harp from Llanos Orientales or the accordion from the City of Cesar, show off your salsa moves in Cali, or swing your hips dancing the Colombian Cumbia.
Coffee is one of the national symbols of Colombia and the beverage with a fascinating history, culture, and evolution. Known to produce some of the best coffee in the world, Eje Cafetero is one of the most visited tourist zones in Colombia. Here you will have the opportunity to learn more about the complete coffee production process.