From the vibrant city of Cartagena de Indias with its fascinating history, or Santa Marta, where the legacy of its indigenous culture and an extraordinary diversity of landscapes merge with the sea, to San Andres, Providencia and Santa Catalina where you can experience a unique offer of beaches that blend with the exotic vegetation of virgin islands.
The Colombian Pacific is a sample of the great biodiversity of the country. Every year, between June and November, you can admire beautiful humpback whales and sea turtles that visit the country within the South Pole migratory route, to breed in our waters.
Colombia has become one of the most attractive destinations for cruises for its colorful landscapes.
Currently, more than 30 cruise lines are scheduled to arrive in Colombian ports. The shipping companies with the largest operation are Pullmantur, Princess Cruises, Holland America, Norwegian Cruise line, Celebrity Cruises, Aida Cruises and TUI Cruises, among others.
The Magdalena River is among the most important in Colombia, and it has become a cultural symbol for the people living on its banks: their history, culture, celebrations and much more. Navigate through this guidebook for more information.
Flowers, forests, jungles, birds, bears, and even capybaras—Colombia truly has it all. You’ll be utterly charmed by the beauty of our nature and you’ll be able to show visitors that the legends it spawns have some surprising truths to them.
Colombia’s culture is so astonishingly diverse, expressions vary wildly from north to south as do flavors from east to west. Discover how these differences make our country special.
You’re a step away from discovering our dazzling butterfly diversity. Become a true expert in our more than 3,740 species and teach those who visit just what makes Colombia the most biodiverse country per square meter.