Regions

Because of its natural structure, Colombia can be divided into six very distinct natural regions. These consist of the Andean Region, covering the three branches of the Andes mountains found in Colombia; the Caribbean Region, covering the area adjacent to the Caribbean Sea; the Pacific Region adjacent to the Pacific Ocean; the Orinoquía Region, part of the Llanos plains mainly in the Orinoco river basin along the border with Venezuela; the Amazon Region, part of the Amazon rainforest; and finally the Insular Region, comprising the islands in both the Atlantic and Pacific Oceans.

Regions

Amazon Jungle

Covering a vast share of the country, this immaculate region represents the ultimate adventure for tourists who seek to connect with remote towns, natural reserves, wildlife…

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Andes Mountains

The Andean Mountain Range is one of the five geographical regions of Colombia and a must see paradise for explorers and adventurers.

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Caribbean Coast

Whether it is enjoying a leisurely stroll through romantic colonial city Cartagena at dusk, spotting monkeys while you hike towards Cabo San Juan in the Tayrona…

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Eastern Plains

The Llanos Orientales (Eastern Plains) are an up and coming destination in Colombia for many reasons including the vast array of wildlife encounters, the spectacular landscapes,…

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Islands

Colombia offers a diverse range of Islands from the typical white sand Caribbean to a lush jungle paradise off the Pacific Coast that was previously a…

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Pacific Coast

Isolated and rugged, the Pacific Coast of Colombia has miles of unspoiled coastline with surf, jungle and waterfalls for all nature lovers to immerse themselves in….

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