After many years of political upheaval the beautiful yet unspoilt Colombia is very much on the discerning tourist map. This is not surprising as it has arguably the most dramatic scenery, the greatest variety of flora and fauna, the most atmospheric towns, and among the friendliest people in Latin America.
From the laid-back beaches of the Caribbean coast to the beautiful coastal colonial city of Cartagena and the vibrant capital Bogota; and from the lush unspoiled beauty of Tayrona National Park with its virgin beaches to the misty hill country of the coffee producing heartland, Colombia is a very exciting South American country to explore:
Explore the stunning, sultry Caribbean coast city of Cartagena with its colourful streets, cobblestone alleyways, colonial heritage, boutique shopping and captivating nightlife.
The Coffee Region (Zona Cafetera)
Drink exquisite coffee in the famous Zona Cafetera, some of the best in the world, and marvel at the incredibly beautiful scenery. Stay in tranquil haciendas overlooking the lush green mountains.
Coastal National Parks
Relax on the virgin beaches of Tayrona National Park with swaying palms and monkeys playing in the trees. Take it one step further and visit the Rosario Islands National Park, an archipelago of 27 islands with great marine life and picturesque beaches, close to Cartagena.