Thing to see while traveling to Colombia

If you are willing to have fun this vacation, select a place that is blessed with natural beauty and offer thrilling adventures. One such place is Columbia. To make the best out of your trip, you can hire a Colombia Travel Guide. They will suggest you the best places to explore and the cuisine that is a must to taste.

Here are some places that you must visit.

Isla Gorgona

In the past time Isla Gorgona was just like a prison island. Today, it has becomes a part of national park that is far from the pacific coast near about 30 miles. On your next vacation, your children will enjoy more to see bats, snakes, sloths, and monkeys. You can also do the boat journey to see sharks, giant sea turtles, and humpback whales.


The Amazon basin is the world’s biggest jungle which produces 20% oxygen of the world and cover 1/3 of Colombia. The regions of Putumayo, Guaviare, and Caqueta are the most popular for waterfall hikes, birding, and water rafting trips.

San Agustin

San Agustin is the UNESCO World Heritage site and it is a small mountain town. San Agustin is the house to hundreds of burial mounds and pre-Columbian statues. You can see here many megalithic sculptures and religious monuments which is largest collection in Latin America.


Minca is also known as a sleepy backpacker town in the old time, placed in the foothills of the Sierra de Santa Marta Mountains. Most of the tourists like to go this hot spot place just because of it’s quiet environment and not too hot.

Chingaza National Park

Chizgaza National Park is one of the biggest nature reserves in Colombia where you can see near about 190 bird species and 1000 plant species. This is the most knowledgeable place, you have a good chance to learn about the Paramo ecosystem function and how this ecosystem affects the global water system.