Cartagena is a magical, romantic city of cobble stone streets and picturesque balconies full of bright bougainvillea. Founded in 1533, Cartagena is not on rich in beauty, but also has a colorful history of pirates and international adventure.
| San Bernardo Archipelago
San Bernardo Archipelago
Inhabited mainly by fisherman, the San Bernardo Archipelago is made of small coral islands and is popular for a wide diversity of marine life and bird species. .
|San Andres & Providencia
Visitors wanting superb diving in crystal clear water, warm, white sandy beaches, exciting nightlife, colorful culture, a selection of full-amenity accommodations, relaxation and duty-free shopping head to San Andrés in the Caribbean.
Providencia, which is also known as Old Providence, encompasses in its 17 km² so many landscapes of singular beauty that it constitutes an unequalled ecotourism destination.
|Tayrona Park & Cabo de la Vela
Tayrona Park is a master piece of Mother Nature due to the interaction between the mountain and the Caribbean Sea for millenniums. The result is the most dramatic and spectacular combination of secluded coves, coral reefs, mangroves, white sand beaches and forest.
Cabo de la Vela
Cabo de la Vela is just 90 miles away from the Tayrona Park in the middle of the Guajira Desert. Within walking distance of the town there are beautiful white sand beaches as well as lagoons inhabited by thousands of pink flamingos.