Lake Circuit

Variety and landscapes

Why visit Colombia's lakes?

Take in the fresh air, try your hand at water sports, enjoy world-class camping and fishing – there’s no limit to what you can do at any one of Colombia’s hundreds of natural and artificial lakes. Connect with nature and allow these calm waters to help you find yourself and explore your adventurous side!

Water Sports

Photo by: ProColombia

These natural paradises are teeming with adrenaline and perfect for the brave of heart. Places like the Tominé Dam offer kitesurfing, flyboarding, and many more activities that will get your heart racing at full speed.

Boating

Photo by: Óscar Botero / Viceministerio de Turismo de Colombia

Colombia’s lakes are ideal for a relaxing day on the water. So come aboard and embark on a peaceful boat trip that will make for an unforgettable experience.

Nature

Photo by: ProColombia

Colombia’s lakes are ideal for a relaxing day on the water. So come aboard and embark on a peaceful boat trip that will make for an unforgettable experience.

Activities and experiences

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La Cocha Lagoon - A sea near Pasto

Photo by: Viceministerio de Turismo de Colombia

La Cocha Lagoon

Cocha means “lake” in Quechua. This 10,000-acre body of water is a kind of inland sea, with the island of Corota right...
Azufral Volcano - A green lagoon

Photo by: Oscar Armando Tobar Velasco - Viceministerio de Turismo de Colombia

Azufral Volcano

The view of a pond of green water in the crater of the Azufral volcano, 2.5 miles above sea level, fascinates those who...

Neusa Dam Forest Park

Walks along nature trails, boat tours on the Neusa reservoir and camping are some of the options available to...

Lake Calima

Visitors to Buga don’t have to travel far to ride a jet ski, windsurf, kitesurf, or sunfish. Lake Calima, a reservoir...

Birds at the Sonso Lagoon Nature Reserve

During the winter, visitors from all around the world can watch migratory birds from North America at the Laguna Sonso...
Big Pond Lagoon, Providencia

Photo by: Viceministerio de Turismo de Colombia

Big Pond Lagoon

The Big Pond Lagoon, also known as Lake La Loma, is in the center of San Andres, where tourists can ride horses. This...
Peñol - Guatapé Reservoir

Photo by: Viceministerio de Turismo de Colombia

Peñol - Guatapé Reservoir

62 kilometres east of Medellin travellers find a reflecting pool where they can fish and ride jet skis and boats. It is...

Lake Otún

The Otún Lake is one of the highlights of Los Nevados National Natural Park, which is reached from Pereira after a...
Monkey Island, Amazonas

Photo by: Ministerio de Comercio, Industria y Turismo de Colombia.

Monkey Island

On Monkey Island (21 miles from Leticia, 45 minutes by boat) tourists walk along trails while learning about the...