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Independence day and National Beauty Pageant

Every November, Colombia becomes a huge party thanks to the National Beauty Pageant, which has been held in Cartagena...

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Crab Festival

On January 1st, the Crab Festival is a good excuse for locals and visitors to head to the island of San Andrés in the...
Activities
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...
Sapzurro, Chocó

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Sapzurro

Sapzurro, a fishing village with a quiet bay full of sailboats, kayaks, and canoes, is located 10 minutes away by boat...
San Patio Festival, Chocó

Photo by: Viceministerio de Turismo de Colombia

The San Pacho Festival

For 20 days starting every September 20th, the capital of Chocó is full of joy thanks to the celebrations in honor of...
Stroll on the Bastidas boardwalk

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Stroll on the Bastidas boardwalk

A relaxing plan in Santa Marta is to stroll along the Bastidas boardwalk named after the founder of the city, Rodrigo...

November 11th Festivities

Cartagena, the first province to declare itself free from the Spanish crown, celebrates its Independence Day on...
Meetings

Events

Our beautiful scenery and geographic location are only beginning of an unforgettable experience in corporate tourism.
Why Colombia? - With our scenery and culture we attract world-class events

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Why Colombia?

Colombia offers a variety of locations, climates and scenarios that will turn any event into an experience.
Experiences you can't miss

Lake Circuit

Take in the fresh air, try your hand at water sports, enjoy world-class camping and fishing – there’s no limit to what...
FAQ

What types of things are there to see in Colombia?

Colombia is a country full of natural and cultural riches. We invite you to visit www.colombia.travel , our country's official tourism website to learn more. Click the pink link entitled "Plan your trip", follow the instructions, and fill in the required information:Where are you from? Enter your...
Specific experiences

Shopping

Shopping malls abound in all areas of Bogotá, so this city is ideal for people who love modern spaces full of large...

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San Agustín Archaeological Park

You can tour the San Agustín Archaeological Park, a place where travellers appreciate the traces that a civilization...

Gethsemane Homecoming

Always the center of the party, Getsemaní is called the “Zona Rosa” of Cartagena. This neighborhood near the Cartagena...
 Swimming with stingrays - Natural contact

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Swimming with stingrays

Caressing the thin skin of curious stingrays is an unforgettable sensation for visitors who disembark from the boat to...
Deserted beaches in Providence - A comprehensive peace

Photo by: Cristian Velásquez Pérez, Revela 2013

Deserted beaches in Providence

A trip by road around Providence, an island seven miles long and four miles wide at its widest part, takes a couple of...
Enjoy the beaches - Beaches to choose from

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Enjoy the beaches

Stretches of white sand abound In Santa Marta and the surrounding area, perfect for sunbathing. In Tayrona Park, 34...
Destinations - Events

Cultural events in Ciénaga

The Caimán Cienaguero National Festival, the most important cultural celebration in the town of Ciénaga, includes music and performances, as well as dance competitions.
Destinations - Meetings and Conventions
Cartagena will astonish you - A city of history, sea and walls

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Cartagena will astonish you

Located on the Caribbean Sea, its colonial houses, its ancient monasteries, cobblestone streets and walls that defended...
General experiences
Culture - A world in one country

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Culture

Indians, mestizos, africans, palenqueros, gypsies, peasants, native islanders and European and Arab immigrants, among...

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