In Colombia's natural parks, you begin to truly understand the meaning of biodiversity. Seeing so many life forms is overwhelming.
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This region stretches along the 1,600 km of the Caribbean coast. It encompasses the deserts of La Guajira; the mountains covered by tropical forests and perpetual snow of the Sierra Nevada de Santa Marta – at 5,770 meters above sea level, the tallest seashore mountain in the world; swamps and savannas in the departments of Magdalena, Cesar, and Sucre; gulfs with white beaches like Morrosquillo; jungles in the gulf of Urabá, and the breathtaking landscapes of the Caribbean Sea.
A diverse paradise, where nature flourishes under the Caribbean sun.
The archipelagos of Rosario and San Bernardo, coral paradises surrounded by mangroves, emerge not far from Cartagena. About 700 kilometers from the coast, the Archipelago of San Andrés y Providencia, and its islands, cays, and banks dispersed over an area of 500 kilometers, are an oasis of life amid the vastness of the sea.