Capurganá, located in the Caribbean, offers picture- perfect, sandy landscapes between a small bay and dense tropical rain forest.
Colombia was nominated as the “best emerging LGBT tourist destination” for 2017 by the FITUR, an annual International Tourism Trade Fair to be held in Spain later this month.
The Las Lajas Sanctuary, a church located at an altitude of 2,900 meters (9,508 feet) in the Colombian Andes, has become a major draw for tourists, with some calling the neo-Gothic basilica the world’s most beautiful church.
The park was declared a World Heritage Site in 1995 due to the fact that it is the largest pre-Columbian archaeological site in the continent of South America.
A Colombian town filled with incredible myths and legends
The following three paramos can easily be reached from Bogotá, so put on your waterproof boots, grab a raincoat, and head for the city's surrounding hills.
A quiet town in the heart of the Andes' mountain range filled with unique colonial architecture
If you are in the Colombian capital, you can’t overlook your visit to the Neusa reservoir, a place for relaxing and harmonizing with nature