Colombia is in the midst of a new era in its history. It has one of the top regional economies and is one of the most politically stable countries in Latin America.
The significant improvement in the country’s safety has also positioned Colombia as a top travel destination that people from all around the globe are eager to discover. Boasting beaches on the Caribbean Sea and the Pacific Ocean, as well as the stunning Andes mountain region and the legendary Amazon rainforest, Colombia is proud to be the second most biodiverse country in the world. Furthermore, booming cosmopolitan cities like Bogotá, Medellin, and Cartagena can impress anyone with their magnificent views, innovative architecture, rich culture, exceptional restaurants, and enthralling ambience.
It is no surprise that Colombians have been ranked as the happiest people in the world, according to the WIN/Gallup International Association. Anyone who has visited this majestic country would agree that Colombians are some of the kindest and most welcoming people on the planet. They are genuinely excited to show off the very best parts of their country to the rest of the world. The passion of its people, the complexity and richness of its culture, and the lush exoticism of its diverse landscapes make Colombia a fascinating destination that is waiting to be explored.
Known as The City of Eternal Spring thanks to its pleasant climate and vivid green landscape, Medellín is an inspiring example of social regeneration. It is the birthplace of Colombia’s most iconic artist Fernando Botero and a dynamic city of innovation and endless cultural events.
The Tayrona National Park is a perfect example of Colombia’s impressive biodiversity and home to four indigenous tribes maintaining their traditional cultures. It is nestled between pristine white sand beaches and the lush foothills of the majestic Sierra Nevada de Santa Marta, the highest coastal mountain range in the world.
Cartagena is one of the best-preserved colonial cities in Latin America. Enjoy the Caribbean Sea and tropical climate as you explore the historic centre that fuses stunning colonial architecture, African culture and Amerindian heritage. Behind the doors of brightly coloured mansions you could find a traditional celebration, fine dining restaurant, or trendy hotel pool party.
The Coffee Triangle covers the states of Quindío, Caldas and Risaralda and sits high in the Western Andes. It’s a unique region blending lush mountains, rich culture and an unrivalled peacefulness. While you sample some of the world’s best coffee you will find a striking contrast between this region and the rest of Colombia, reinforcing the country’s incredible culture and biodiversity.