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Colombia’s central zone is made up of the departments of Cundinamarca, Huila and Tolima, where the towns of Girardot, Villeta, Ibagué and Neiva provide a variety of golf courses. Golfers may rapidly and easily go from to another due to the relatively short distance among them and from Bogotá.
The zone is crossed by the three Andes mountain ranges, Western, Central, and Eastern, a fact that brings about numerous natural tourist attractions in the way of valleys, canyons, rivers and mesas.
Altitude above sea level gives rise to a variety of thermal floors and climates and, therefore, a diversity of landscapes for playing golf under various conditions of temperature, humidity, and sunshine.
The zone is characterized by a variety of climates depending on altitude above sea level.
Playing golf here is a very good option for tourists, since it allows coming in contact with the region’s cultural, ethnic, landscape, and climatic diversity. There is no doubt that visitors will leave the zone with pleasant memories. In 2010, the PGA Nationwide Tour will make Colombia its first stop in South America, bringing together the magic of a beautiful city and an environment for playing a high level of golf.
In addition to first rate golf experiences, the city of Bogotá offers the culture and modernity of great world capitals.