Cartagena or Cartagena de Indias (“Cartagena of the Indies”) is a city on the north coast of the Caribbean coastal region. A modern seaside town with a colonial historic center.The Carthaginian colonial walled city and fortress are on the UNESCO World Heritage list and are undoubtedly the Caribbean’s most picturesque cities. Here you visit the cute old town, with its colorful houses with bougainvillea climbing on the facades. Stroll through a myriad of churches, monasteries, palaces, colonial squares and beautiful merchant houses.
Tayrona National Natural Park (Spanish: Parque Nacional Natural Tayrona) is a protected area in the Northern Caribbean region. Here you will encounter beautiful landscapes, laze on beautiful beaches and go jungle hiking.
Caño Cristales (English: Crystal Spout) is a Colombian river located in the Serrania de la Macarena province of Meta. The river is usually called the “River of Five Colors” or “Liquid Rainbow”, and is considered the most beautiful river in the world because of its striking colors. The riverbed is bordered from the end of July to November by the colors yellow, green, blue and black. The red color is caused by algae from the bottom of the river.
A mountainous Caribbean island in the San Andrés archipelago. Known as a pirate’s nest for 100 years. Old Providence McBean Lagoon National Park is on the island’s northeast side, between Maracaibo and Rocky Point. This national park consists of coral reefs, small cayes, mangroves, lagoons and tropical dry forest. It is the third largest barrier reef in the world.
Nuquí is located in the department of Chocó in the western part of Colombia between the mountainous area of Baudó and the Pacific. Nuquí has a great ethnic and cultural diversity as well as a large variety of flora and fauna. Here you will experience beautiful beaches, hot springs and Mangrove forests in Coquí for canoeing. Between August and October, it is the best period for whale watching.