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Columbia nature trails

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Tour ideas for exploring Colombia's nature

  • Off the beaten track
Tropical Colombia and the Amazon 
Length 14 days Approx. $1,800
  • Highlights
Cartagena and the Caribbean Coast
Length 7 days Approx. $1,380
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The Lost City trek
Length 8 days Approx. $1,500
  • Highlights
Journey to Colombia's Amazon
Length 8 days Approx. $1,400
  • Adventure
Multi-activity adventure in Santander
Length 8 days Approx. $1,680
  • Off the beaten track
Off the tourist track Colombia 
Length 11 days Approx. $2,040

‘Hola y bienvenido’ to Colombia! A country rocked for many years by violence and political scandal, Colombia has dealt with its dark past and has become, today, a top South American destination. The reasons for visiting the country are many: an extraordinary natural and cultural diversity, breathtakingly beautiful colonial architecture, an eclectic musical scene and dance styles that feed the body and soul…A trip to Colombia is also about its peo... ‘Hola y bienvenido’ to Colombia! A country rocked for many years by violence and political scandal, Colombia has dealt with its dark past and has become, today, a top South American destination. The reasons for visiting the country are many: an extraordinary natural and cultural diversity, breathtakingly beautiful colonial architecture, an eclectic musical scene and dance styles that feed the body and soul…A trip to Colombia is also about its people – warm, welcoming and willing to share the wonders of their cultural heritage with the rest of the world. What’s more Colombia is less frequently visited than its neighbours, so you can explore a natural paradise that’s avoided the negative effects of mass tourism. It’s an easy choice - if you’re looking for a Latin touch that’s both vast yet intimate, don’t wait any longer…Colombia’s the one for you! See more
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Paramos, coral reefs, indigenous protected lands, and mountain ranges characterize the diverse national parks of Colombia. With many endangered species in the 51 national parks here, wildlife lovers will find a nature tour of Colombia hugely rewarding. 

What makes Colombia's nature unique? 

The astounding diversity of the natural and cultural landscapes make Colombia a brilliant destination for nature tours. The Amazon's fast-flowing rivers glide through the dense rainforests, which are home to some exciting flora and fauna. The Andes' snow-capped peaks, on the other hand, offer spectacular views, while the mangroves along the Pacific Coast create beautiful lagoons for exploring by boat. 

The best natural parks and natural sites in Colombia 

There is something for everyone in Colombia’s diverse national parks. From native animal species to beautiful flora and scenic views, the parks are ideal for a once-in-a-lifetime nature vacation. Here are some of the best destinations for if you’re planning a Colombia nature tour. 

Rest and relax in Tayrona National Park  

Tayrona National Park has activities for all kinds of traveler. If you’re seeking sunshine and seaside, recline at the mangrove beaches of Cinto, Concha, Chengue, and Neguanje, which are lapped by warm, clear waters perfect for swimming and snorkeling. For an unforgettable experience, set up camp amid the forest or book one of the comfortable cabins offered as accommodation. 

Revel in Chiribiquete National Park's rich biodiversity

Table-top mountains and sandstone plateaus create dramatic scenery at Chiribiquete National Park. An excellent conservation site, Chiribiquete is home to many animal species, including puma, howler monkey and jaguar

Hike among the Sierra Nevada Del Cocuy's spectacular mountains 

The Cordillera Oriental's highest point offers some of the most spectacular landscapes. With crystal-clear blue lakes and raging waterfalls, this park can easily pass as paradise. Experienced hikers enjoy adventurous treks on the steep mountainsides. The pretty villages of El Cocuy and Guican, on the other hand, are a more relaxing way to enjoy mountain life.

Explore scenic mangrove forests at the Old Providence McBean Lagoon  

Located off the coast of Colombia's Providencia Island, this protected marine area is also known as the "sea of seven colors," thanks to its multicolored labyrinth of corals and blue waters. Boating, swimming, and kayaking are the most popular activities ehre, while snorkeling in the warm, clear waters provides an opportunity to spot colorful fish. 

Meet Damas Del Nare Lake's dolphins 

In the Guaviare region, Damas Del Nare is home to the unique pink river dolphin, and if you hop in the waters here, you can swim alongside them. In the surrounding forests, you'll catch a glimpse of rare birds, including parrots and toucans, and all manner of monkeys. Canoes are the best way to get around this beautiful destination. 

What is the best time of the year to experience Colombia's nature?

While you can plan nature tours year-round in Colombia, December to March are the driest months, offering the best climate for outdoor pursuits. During this period, the San Andreas UNESCO Seaflower Biosphere creates a great spectacle, too. If you want to beat the crowds, schedule your trip between January and April.

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