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The beaches of Puerto Salgar

The beaches of Puerto Salgar, a township in the town of Puerto Colombia seven miles from the capital of the Atlántico,...

Photo by: Filiberto Pinzón / Viceministerio de Turismo de Colombia

Puerto Nariño

On the shores of the Loretoyacu River, whose waters are black because of the decomposition of plants, is Puerto Nariño...

Puerto Colombia

Since its founding in 1893 and until the opening of Bocas de Ceniza in 1936, the port of Puerto Colombia, built by the...
Puerto Velero

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Puerto Velero

In the town of Tubará, 17 miles southwest of Barranquilla, tourists can find good beaches for sunbathing and water...

Natutama Interpretive Center

The Natutama Interpretive Center in Puerto Nariño teaches visitors about life underwater. “Natutama” means “Underwater...
Mirador Naipata II, Amazonas

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Mirador Naipata II

Naipata II, located in the upper part of the town of Puerto Nariño, offers the best views of the landscape of the area...

Yai Pata Uinchi Ethnographic Museum

The Yai Pata Uinchi Ethnographic Museum is housed in the Puerto Nariño Town Hall (Yai Pata Uinchi means “sacred...
Experiences you can't miss
Rutas en ríos - Recursos de vida y diversión

Photo by: Viceministerio de Turismo de Colombia

Routes in rivers

A throughout the Colombian territory you can meet small or giant oasis of nature. Colombia is among the richest...


Mountains planted with coffee and bananas; and valleys where bamboos and sugarcane crops are those who come to Pereira...

San Andrés

In the islands, a UNESCO Seaflower Biosphere Reserve, tourists are amazed with the colors of marine life; have fun with...
Medellín - Where spring is eternal

Photo by: Viceministerio de Turismo de Colombia


From the mountains that surround the capital of Antioquia you can see how the Medellín River runs parallel to the Metro...


Barranquilla is known as the Golden Gate of Colombia because in the late nineteenth century it served as an entrance...


The landscape of Bogotá, marked by the green of the Andes to the east, is spectacularly one-of-a-kind. Apart from the...


Cali, founded in 1536, can be explored on foot: walk under the shade of trees along the riverbank, admire the...
Cartagena Colombia


Cartagena de Indias

The historic center enclosed by the walls of Cartagena is the soul of the city that inspired Gabriel García Márquez,...
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Meet Colombia before traveling


Meet Colombia before traveling
Specific experiences
 Bird watching - Colors in the trees

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Bird watching

Bird watching in the Amazon isn’t hard; 674 different species of birds live here. The Amacayacu National Park and...
 Amazonian lakes - Among lotuses and dolphins

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Amazonian lakes

The Yahuarcaca lakes in the town of Leticia can be navigated by kayak through a jungle flanked by rubber trees and red...
Destinations - What to eat

What to eat at Amazonas

There are restaurants serving traditional regional dishes in Leticia and Puerto Nariño, but the most authentically prepared food is often found in indigenous communities.