This region welcomes you with a smile
- Conserving the Colombian diversity
- A great vantage point
- A unique landscape
- A desert oasis
- A touch of the Middle East in the far northern rea
- In Punta Gallinas
- The feast of the pink birds
- Water sports
- Tranquil beaches
- A hero of Colombian independence
- Indigenous culture
- Tayrona soul
- The soul of the Tayronas
- The gate of the Caribbean
- A trendsetting city
- Joy in the streets
- Architecture and history
- Colour in the Bayou
- Life among fishermen
- Symbol of a folk legend
The Caribbean is happiness itself
The colors of the Caribbean and insular region The sun, beaches and dancing join with the people‘s joy welcome travelers to this part of the country. Here lives a culture that vibrates with the musical notes of cumbia and vallenato.
The carefree way to see the life of the inhabitants of the Caribbean island region and is reflected in rhythms like cumbia, merecumbé, porro and vallenato. Dancing is essential in this part of the country.
The cuisine ranges from sancocho with bocachico (a fish) and chicken to crab patties and rondón (a dish with fish, snails and pork, among other ingredients) of San Andres and Providence.
There is joy in the Carnival of Barranquilla and in several festivals: Valledupar Vallenato; San Jacinto Bagpipe; Porro of San Pelayo and Green Moon in San Andrés and Providence.