COLOMBIA - THE COUNTRY WHERE THE ANDES MEET THE AMAZON JUNGLE, THE CARIBBEAN AND THE PACIFIC ...

The Tayrona National Park allows you to really let yourself go and relax from the stress of every day’s life. Coconuts are rolling over the white sanded beach while you take a swim in the clear blue waters and enjoy the lightheartedness of this wonderful part of Colombia.

The Caribbean rhythms sound from all corners of Cartagena, get ready to discover this bustling port-city, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, with its beautiful colonial buildings and its Caribbean charm. Start dreaming of Bogotá, the vibrant capital of Colombia. Its lively nightlife, the huge gastronomic offer, the cultural and historical treasures like the "Museo de Oro" (Gold Museum) and also its proximity to Villa de Leyva, one of the most beautiful colonial villages of South America, make Bogotá an unforgettable destination.

In the Cocora Valley feel a fresh breeze and smell the delicious Colombian coffee and be part of the interactive process of coffee production. Finish off the day by taking a swim at the refreshing pool in a charming coffee hacienda.

Colombia is one of the most diverse countries on earth. Covering an area quite as big as France, Spain and Portugal together, one finds all different climate and vegetation zones. Known for its excellent coffee and the purity of its emeralds, Colombia is also known for the famous legend of "El Dorado" and the enchanting world of "Macondo" and its famous magic realism in the novel "One Hundred Years of Solitude" by Gabriel García Márquez.

Wonderful beaches in the Caribbean Coast - Colonial architecture in Villa de Leyva, Cartagena and Popayán - Amazon Jungle around Leticia – the vast Eastern plains - Coffee growing farms and volcanoes in the “coffee triangle” - Metropolis like Bogotá, Cali or Medellin - Archeological sites in San Agustín and Tierradentro - the Pacific Coast with its huge diversity of fauna and flora... Colombia offers something to every like!

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