Colombia is a country that will change your life and steal your heart.


Like no other country and has almost every environment, and ecosystem, imaginable. The diversity of flora and fauna is unbelievable, and there is so much still to discover! Most importantly, this country hasn’t experienced mass tourism and the possible adventures are endless.


The capital, Bogota, is the gateway to Colombia. It has entrepreneurial spirit, and an abundance of interesting and innovative projects. It is a city steeped in culture with local cuisine that would get any foodie drooling. The latino spirit runs strongly through its veins, ensuring a night on the dance floor will get those hips moving!


After a few days in Bogota, it’s time to escape the hustle and bustle of the city, and start exploring other regions. The possibilities are endless but we’ve picked two of our favourite regions for our upcoming trips! 


Travel the route of the Old Haciendas and discover Colombia on horseback. You’ll traverse deserts, forests, moorlands, and rocky mountains and see how the old Colombian cowboys used to live while discovering some of the most beautiful places in the world.


The Santa Marta coast and the Sierra Nevada mountain range is not to be missed. An area of perfect contrasts, the city of Santa Marta is buzzing with activity, while the coastline and the mountains are tranquil, and breathtakingly beautiful. Tayrona National Park grants access to stunning beaches via treks along jungle beach paths, where monkeys swing overhead and electric blue lizards scurry through the sand under foot.


Climbing the jungle roads into the mountains, the temperature drops, the trees get bigger and rivers gush down to form stunning waterfalls. This mountain range passes through nine different ecosystems, and as you climb, you get a glimpse of a variety of species in their different, respective, environments. From the top, there are sweeping views of the caribbean sea, snow peaked mountains, and coffee plantations.


And a sunset or a sunrise from up here? It's heartbreakingly beautiful.

Colombia, the land of endless adventure.


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Interesting Facts About Colombia

Colombia is the only country in South America with both the Caribbean and Pacific Coast

Colombia’s ‘second city’ Medellin was once the murder capital of the world with 17 murders every day in 1991. It has since undergone a renaissance and is now one of the country’s main cultural hubs.

Colombia is the second most bio-diverse country in the world (Brazil is first, but it is 10 times the size). It is one of only 17 “megadiverse” countries in the world.