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Unspoiled lonely beaches on one side and a dense rainforest on the other. With a whale season from July to October and an enormous variation in flora & fauna it is a destination not to be missed.
A destination similar to Nuqui, only here the cabañas are closer to a fishing village and a nature reserve. Besides a whale season there is also a turtle season from September to January.
This island in the Pacific Ocean can be reached by boat from Buenaventura or Guapi. Due to the separation of the mainland Gorgona has a very special flora and fauna. It is also a very good divers destination.
Discover the new NP Bahia Malaga with its beautiful beaches, mangrove forests, waterfalls and flora & fauna. This bay is one of the place where the humpback whale reproduces.
Get to know the coffee process and help the seasonal workers with the picking of the coffee. Stay with a local family on a farm and make an unforgettable horse ride through Valle de Cocora.
Climb one of the highest volcano’s in the Colombian Andes and get to know the fascination city of Manizales.Ideal to combine with a stay on a Coffee Finca.
A package full of adrenaline. San Gil and its surroundings are ideal for adventurous sports like white water rafting, abseiling, cave tours, paragliding in combination with beautiful landscapes and colonial villages.
A nice combination with facinating pre-colombian sculptures in the area of San Agustin and a visit to the dry and warm Tatacoa desert.
With 3 enormous volcano’s of over 5000m is this park a dream for every mountain fan. Breathtaking scenery, flora & fauna of the paramo and at the foot of the mountains the Coffee zone...
Climbing and trekking in the most beautiful mountain area of Colombia, PN Cocuy. More than 20 snowy tops and many amazing mountain lakes. Choose your favorite tour and let the adventure begin...
Conquer the highest coastal mountains and experience the culture of the Kogies tribe which remained unchanged for centuries.