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Leticia Tourist Boardwalk

The tourist boardwalk in Leticia is a quiet place where you can enjoy the breeze from the Amazon River and admire fiery...
Santa Verónica Tourist Stop , Barranquilla

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Take a break at the Santa Verónica Tourist Stop

The vueltiao hat is a symbol of the Colombian Caribbean. An enormous example can be found on the roof of the Santa...
Rio Blanco Nature Reserve - An ideal bird watching site

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Rio Blanco Nature Reserve

The Río Blanco Nature Reserve, just under two miles from Manizales, is ideal for bird watching. In this nature reserve...

La Planada Nature Reserve

Located in the municipality of Ricaurte, the La Planada Nature Reserve is a good place to observe spectacled bears...

Cahuinarí National Nature Park

The Cahuinarí National Nature Park, which spans over 2200 square miles, is an indigenous reservation in Putumayo. The...
Chingaza National Nature Park  - Bogotá’s water reservoir

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Chingaza National Nature Park

Deer, tapirs, and spectacled bears are some of the residents of the Chingaza National Nature Park, which lies two hours...

Katíos National Nature Park

Declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1994, the Katíos National Nature Park is named in honor of the indigenous...

Las Hermosas National Nature Park

Las Hermosas National Nature Park, one of 58 parks in Colombia’s National Parks System, is highly accessible to...
Sierra Nevada de Santa Marta National Nature Park - Native Heart

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Sierra Nevada de Santa Marta National Nature Park

From Valledupar, travelers can visit the Sierra Nevada de Santa Marta National Nature Park, home to the Tayrona...

Munchique National Nature Park

Travelers enjoy birdwatching in the Munchique National Nature Park, where 500 bird species, including 37 types of...
Victoria Regia Nature Reserve, Amazonas

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Victoria Regia Nature Reserve

In the Victoria Regia Nature Reserve, a 15-minute boat ride from Leticia, you can admire the Amazon's largest water...
Via Salamanca Island Nature Park, Santa Marta

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Via Salamanca Island Nature Park

Bird watching is a favourite activity of visitors to the Via Salamanca Island Nature Park, in the towns of Pueblo Viejo...
Doña Juana National Nature Park - Home to wildlife

Photo by: Heder Fabian Erazo Viveros

Doña Juana National Nature Park

With almost 163 thousand acres, the Doña Juana-Cascabel Volcanic Complex National Nature Park is home to 471 bird...
Rio Bravo Nature Reserve, Buga

Rio Bravo Nature Reserve

Located in one of the wettest areas of the world, the main attraction of the Rio Grande Nature Reserve is its well...

Photo by: Carlos Sueskún / PROCOLOMBIA

Old Providence National Nature Park

The McBean Lagoon Old Providence National Nature Park is part of the Seaflower Biosphere Reserve, declared by UNESCO in...
Marasha Nature Reserve

Photo by: Martha Liliana Tribiño Medina / Viceministerio de Turismo de Colombia

Marasha Nature Reserve

Visit the Marasha Nature Reserve, a place to admire the landscape and biodiversity of flora and fauna, and 45 minutes...
Salamanca Island Via Nature Reserve, Barranquilla

Salamanca Island Nature Reserve

From Barranquilla you can visit the Salamanca Island Nature Reserve in the jurisdiction of the towns of Pueblo Viejo...
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What are the entry requirements for citizens of Mercosur countries?

Citizens of Argentina, Brazil, Paraguay, Uruguay, Bolivia, Chile, Ecuador, Peru and Venezuela do not require a visitor's visa for the categories of visiting tourist, temporary visitor and technical visitor to enter and stay temporarily in Colombia as a visitor. Equally, according to the treaty on...

What is the weather like in Colombia?

You can visit Colombia year-round, but rainy seasons usually occur between April and June and between September and November. Due to its tropical climate, the rainy season in Colombia often means brief rainstorms are followed within minutes by beautiful sunshine and blue skies. Similarly, due to...

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