Colombia, tourism

Andean Region

The Spirit of the Andes soars in this region


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Life in the mountains

Hills and Valleys in the Andean RegionThis area of ​​Colombia boasts cultural diversity that enchants travelers with its music and cuisine. The eyes behold a stunning variety of shades of green. 


The coffee culture of the mountains of Caldas, Risaralda, Quindío, Antioquia and Santander; the clothes that range from cold weather ponchos to the Aguadas hat all mark Andean coffee culture.  

Visit the coffee farms .

In the departments of Antioquia, Tolima, Valle del Cauca and Boyacá Carranguera, pasillo, bambuco guabina, rajaleña and sanjuanero among others are heard and danced to.   

Salsa is a rhythm that comes over you when you come to Colombia .

Among the mountaineer’s dish with beans and the santafereño ajiaco soup made with guascas (a fragrant herb) a menu unfolds that includes tamales wrapped in corn, suckling pig and much more.

Mixed Flavors in Antioquia dishes.

Destinations in the region


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El Jardín

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San Agustín

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