• Barichara

    A small colonial town of enchanting adobe houses , and cobblestone streets, where you can visit stone carvers workshops and the  archaeological and paleontological museum. 

  • Bogotá

    You will love Bogotá for many reasons. There is so much to discover. Wander the cobblestone streets of historic La Candelaria, embellished with colonial houses,

  • Caño Cristales

    Regarded as  the most beautiful river in the world, it is commonly called the “River of 5 Colors” or the “Liquid Rainbow”. Between July and November, this fast river full

  • Cartagena

    Cartagena de Indias is the undisputed Queen of the Caribbean coast.  Old Town Cartagena takes you back in time, to the days of Conquistadors and Buccaneers.

  • Guatavita

    Once the religious capital of the Muisca Indian Empire , Guatavita had a gold offering ceremony held in the sacred and ceremonial Guatavita lake high up in the mountains, that

  • Medellín

    Located in the narrow ”Valle de Aburrá” , an elongated valley among majestic mountains full of exuberant flora. Its pleasant all year round temperate climate , has given the city

  • Mompox

    This old colonial river-side town,   declared as a World Heritage Site by Unesco, was a port for the transportation of goods upriver, and had a Royal Spanish Mint located in

  • Santa Marta

    The romantic port city of Santa Marta, the oldest in Colombia, is located in the area of one of the most important ancient civilizations in the world, the Tayrona Culture.

  • Villa De Leyva

    Arriving to Villa de Leyva, is stepping back in history, with its sixteenth century colonial architecture of walls painted white with red tile roofs and stony