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  • Colonial buildings in Cartagena, Colombia, South America
  • The Lost City, Colombia, South America
  • Colourful loocal buildings, Colombia, South America
  • Tierradentro, Colombia, South America
  • Taganga Bay, Colombia, South America
  • Colourful Colonial buildings, Colombia, South America

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Adventure

The Coffee Triangle

West of Bogota, straddling the lush forested slopes of the Andes, Colombia’s famous Coffee Triangle spans three departments – Quindío, Riseralda and Caldas – and produces arguably the finest coffee in the world. Yet not only do the lush valleys provide the perfect conditions for coffee they also showcase a dizzying array of beautiful landscapes.

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The Lost City

High in the Sierra Nevada mountains above Santa Marta, Colombia’s “Lost City” is an ancient city and archaeological wonder cloaked in eerie, tropical forest. Dating back to 800 AD, some 650 years before Machu Picchu, the site was only recently discovered by the outside world.

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Cultural, Historic or World Heritage Site

Cartagena de Indias

Colombia’s jewel in the crown, Cartagena is arguably South America’s finest colonial city, a beautiful UNESCO world heritage site that overlooks the dreamy turquoise waters of the Caribbean. Founded by Don Pedro de Heredia in 1533, Cartagena was the gateway to the Americas, a thriving port that attracted the attention of pirates and buccaneers alike.

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San Agustin & Tierradentro

Huge stone gods, warriors and mythical creatures stand side by side in the fascinating, world heritage site of San Agustín set deep in the lush, rolling hills of Huila Department. Dating back to AD100, San Agustin is one of South America’s ancient wonders, a site shrouded in mystery shut off from the outside world for many years.

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The Coffee Triangle

West of Bogota, straddling the lush forested slopes of the Andes, Colombia’s famous Coffee Triangle spans three departments – Quindío, Riseralda and Caldas – and produces arguably the finest coffee in the world. Yet not only do the lush valleys provide the perfect conditions for coffee they also showcase a dizzying array of beautiful landscapes.

Learn More »

The Lost City

High in the Sierra Nevada mountains above Santa Marta, Colombia’s “Lost City” is an ancient city and archaeological wonder cloaked in eerie, tropical forest. Dating back to 800 AD, some 650 years before Machu Picchu, the site was only recently discovered by the outside world.

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Villa de Leyva

A beautiful weekend retreat in the hills above Bogota, Villa de Leyva is a picturesque colonial town of cobbled streets, elegant churches and white-washed townhouses to rival the likes of even Cartagena. Founded in 1572 by the conquistador Hernán Suárez de Villalobos, the town boasts a magnificent central plaza, the largest in the Americas, which radiates out in all directions.

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Directors Choice Destinations

Cartagena de Indias

Colombia’s jewel in the crown, Cartagena is arguably South America’s finest colonial city, a beautiful UNESCO world heritage site that overlooks the dreamy turquoise waters of the Caribbean. Founded by Don Pedro de Heredia in 1533, Cartagena was the gateway to the Americas, a thriving port that attracted the attention of pirates and buccaneers alike.

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Tayrona National Park

Ancient ruins and tropical forest amidst palm fringed golden beaches, Tayrona National Park is simply breathtaking and a fitting end to any trip to Colombia! Close to Santa Marta where the Sierra Nevada coastal range plunges into the turquoise waters of the Caribbean, Tayrona covers some 150km² of Colombia’s most spectacular coastline.

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Somewhere completely different

San Agustin & Tierradentro

Huge stone gods, warriors and mythical creatures stand side by side in the fascinating, world heritage site of San Agustín set deep in the lush, rolling hills of Huila Department. Dating back to AD100, San Agustin is one of South America’s ancient wonders, a site shrouded in mystery shut off from the outside world for many years.

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Undiscovered Beaches

Tayrona National Park

Ancient ruins and tropical forest amidst palm fringed golden beaches, Tayrona National Park is simply breathtaking and a fitting end to any trip to Colombia! Close to Santa Marta where the Sierra Nevada coastal range plunges into the turquoise waters of the Caribbean, Tayrona covers some 150km² of Colombia’s most spectacular coastline.

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Wildlife

The Amazon - Colombia

Colombia’s emerald “Amazonia” spans six departments - Amazonas, Caquetá, Guainía, Guaviare, Putumayo and Vaupés – and is a huge blanket of tropical forest that covers 403,000 km², some 35% of the entire country.

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