Destinations

Santa Marta

Capital of the Colombian department of Magdalena

11.241944-74.205278

Popayan

Popayán (pronounced: Po - pa - 'yan) is a colonial-era city in southwestern Colombia. It is the capital of the Cauca department.

2.45-76.6167

Zipaquirá

Colombian municipality of the department of Cundinamarca

5.0167-74

Bogotá

capital city of Colombia and Cundinamarca department

4.65189-74.07855

Cartagena (Colombia)

Capital of the Colombian department of Bolívar

10.4-75.5

San Agustin

Colombian municipality of the department of Huila

1.9-76.2833

Providencia

an idyllic, remote Caribbean Island found halfway towards Jamaica. With the Western hemisphere's second largest barrier reef, beautiful Providencia Island has been designated a UNESCO Biosphere Reserve.

13.3489-81.3747

Isla Gorgona

This former prison island in the Pacific Ocean is now a nature reserve open for visitors. There is abundant wildlife like monkeys, snakes, whales and sea turtles. It offers excellent diving conditions.

2.96667-78.18333

Islas del Rosario

a scenic archipelago a short boat journey from Cartagena.

10.175-75.75

Manizales

capital of the Colombian department of Caldas

5.06611111-75.48472222

Cali

Capital of the Colombian department of Valle del Cauca

3.420556-76.522222

Pereira

the lovely city, capital of the Risaralda department, and major city of the coffee region – modern, commercial, and touristic. The famous "naked Bolívar" monument and the Matecaña Zoo are here. Very near to Santa Rosa hot water springs and the National Park of "Los Nevados".

4.814278-75.694558

Medellín

capital of the Colombian department of Antioquia

6.235925-75.575136
Sights

Amazon River

longest river in South America

0.70777778-50.08944444

Envigado

Colombian municipality of the department of Antioquia

6.16666667-75.56666667

Gold Museum, Bogotá

museum

4.60166667-74.07194444

Tolú

Colombian municipality of the department of Sucre

9.53333333-75.58333333

Usaquén

locality of the Capital District of Bogotá, Colombia

4.71972222-74.03666667

Tayrona National Natural Park

11.26666667-74.05

La Candelaria

locality of the Capital District of Bogotá, Colombia

4.591722-74.07413

Parque Explora

space for science, technology and innovation promotion in Medellin

6.2706-75.5656

César Gaviria Trujillo Viaduct

cable-stayed bridge

4.81755556-75.68616667

Salt Cathedral of Zipaquirá

underground Roman Catholic church in Colombia

5.01876-74.0093

Ciudad Perdida de Teyuna

Ciudad Perdida ("Lost City" in Spanish) is an ancient, ruined city located in the Colombian jungle close to Santa Marta.

11.037997-73.925192

Iglesia de San Pedro Claver, Cartagena

national monument of Colombia

10.4217-75.551

San Antonio station (Medellín)

Station of the Medellín Metro

6.24722222-75.56972222

El Poblado

Commune in Medellin, Colombia

6.235925-75.57513611

Ciudad Salitre

human settlement in Colombia

4.65302778-74.11113889

El morro del tulcán

El Morro del Tulcán is an Indigenous pyramid in Popayán, Colombia. The pyramid dates to at least 1535, as the Spanish Empire found it abandoned when they arrived in that year. Research suggests that the individuals buried there came from the very top of the social classes of their society.

2.44444444-76.6

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Colombia

Colombia occupies the northwest corner of South America. It has an area twice that of France and almost twice Texas, with long coasts on the Caribbean and the Pacific oceans, mountainous regions, and Amazon jungle areas inland. The ethnic groups and cultures are diverse. The country has something to offer almost any traveller.

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Nearby countries

Ecuador

Ecuador is a country in northwestern South America, with a Pacific Ocean coastline, lying on the Equator between Colombia, to the north and east, and Peru, to the south and east.

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Panama

Panama is a country in Central America with coastlines on the Caribbean Sea and the North Pacific Ocean. It has land borders with Colombia (and South America) to the southeast and Costa Rica to the northwest. Its location on the isthmus that forms the land bridge connecting North and South America has been militarily strategic through history. It controls the Panama Canal that links the North Atlantic Ocean via the Caribbean Sea with the North Pacific Ocean, one of the most important shipping routes in the world.

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Peru

Peru (Spanish: Perú) is without a doubt one of the most captivating countries in South America. Home of the epic lost Inca citadel of Machu Picchu and the mind-blowing Nazca Lines, this country's unique past awakens the adventurer in travellers of all sorts. Its awe-inspiring scenery varies from the wild Amazon jungles to vast coastal deserts and the icy peaks of the Andes. Peru hosts a biodiversity rarely seen within the limits of a single country, with a list of spectacular wildlife far beyond the well-known llamas and circling condors. On top of all that, Peru's friendly, multi-ethnic people are a cultural treasure on their own. The enchanting mix of dozens of distinct indigenous groups and mestizos, all with their own colourful traditions and food delicacies, is an encounter you won't easily forget.

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Venezuela

Venezuela is a country in South America. Having a shoreline along the Caribbean Sea and the North Atlantic Ocean, Venezuela borders Colombia to the west, Guyana to the east and Brazil to the south, and is situated on the major sea and air routes linking North and South America. Off the Venezuelan coast are the Caribbean islands of Aruba, Bonaire, Curaçao and Trinidad and Tobago.

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Brazil

Brazil (Portuguese: Brasil) is the largest country in South America and the fifth largest in the world. Brazil is an incredibly diverse country, in people, culture, and landscapes—from the famous summer carnaval in Rio de Janeiro, Salvador, Olinda, and Recife to the wild power of nature in the Amazon and Iguaçu Falls. You'll find bustling cities, laid-back beaches, and traditional lifestyles, often right next to each other. Brazilian culture, which varies substantially across the country, comes from an international mix of European colonizers, African and Asian communities (notably in Salvador and São Paulo, respectively), and indigenous influence throughout the country.

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Nicaragua

Nicaragua is the largest country in Central America by area at 130,373 km2 and the least densely populated. It has coastlines on the Caribbean Sea in the East and the Pacific Ocean in the west. It borders Costa Rica in the south and Honduras in the north. Nicaraguans (or "Nicas" as they are often called) like to refer to their country as the "país de lagos y volcanes"; the country of lakes and volcanoes. And those are indeed striking features as Nicaragua contains the largest freshwater body in Central America, Lake Nicaragua or Cocibolca. Inside Lake Nicaragua the famed Volcano Concepcion on Ometepe rises to about a mile in altitude, but other volcanoes such as Momotombo or Mombacho are also impressive.

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