Bogotá is on the move.
Soaked with sunshine and steeped in history, the Caribbean coast offers a wealth of attractions that make it Colombia's biggest draw for both domestic and international visitors.
Medellín & Zona Cafetera
Boyacá, Santander & Norte de Santander
Cali & Southwest Colombia
From the sultry, palm-filled Valle del Cauca to the barren grandeur of the Andes, southwest Colombia encompasses an astonishing variety of natural beauty.
Forget everything you've read about Medellín - it's probably old news by now.
With just the brew of altitude and precipitation, the terraced slopes of the Zona Cafetera yield nearly half of Colombia's coffee crop on just over 1% of the country's total area.
Unesco World Heritage site perfect for romantic meandering and dining.
Cartagena & Around
Northeast of Cartagena
In Colombia altitude defines attitude.
Cauca & Huila
Santa Marta's grace as a colonial city has faded under newer concrete buildings, but its proximity to the sea still makes it an attractive destination.
As you head southeast from the Andes, dry scrubland grows more lush, turning into almost impenetrable jungle long before you ever reach the Amazon.