Pacifico

Watching whales swim with their calves, diving into the depths of the waters and seeing schools of large fish, sea turtles and an innumerable amount of coral is possible in this Pacific region, where the dark sand beaches are the ideal setting for people who want to rest, disconnect and catch the charm of this land. Great archaeological riches and several UNESCO declarations are found in the Colombian Pacific.

Tumaco

Tumaco

Pasto

Pasto

Isla Gorgona

Isla Gorgona

Popayan

Popayan

Buenaventura

Buenaventura

Cali

Cali

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Caribe

THE CARIBBEAN REGION ​of Colombia is the northernmost continental and maritime natural region of the country. It is located in the northern part of Colombia and South America. It limits to the north with the Caribbean Sea, to which it owes its name, to the East with Venezuela, to the South with the Andean region and to the West with the Pacific region. Its main urban centers are Barranquilla, Cartagena de Indias, Soledad, Santa Marta, Valledupar, Montería, Sincelejo and Riohacha. In 2005 its population was 9,506,220 inhabitants. (22.6% of the country’s population).

La Guajira

La Guajira

Riohacha

Riohacha

Barranquilla

Barranquilla

Santa Marta

Santa Marta

Providencia

Providencia

San Andrés

San Andrés

Cartagena

Cartagena

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Andes

THE ANDEAN REGION is one of the six natural regions of Colombia. It is located in the center of the country, bordering the Caribbean region to the north, Venezuela to the northeast, Orinoquía to the east, Amazonia to the southeast, Ecuador to the south, and the Pacific region to the west. It is furrowed in a SW-NE direction by three northern branches of the Andes: the Western, Central and Eastern cordilleras. The mountain ranges give rise to numerous valleys, canyons, plateaus and a fluvial system whose main rivers are the Cauca and the Magdalena.1 The region has 34,419,398 inhabitants (2018), it is the most populated and economically active area in the country.

Bucaramanga

Bucaramanga

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landinside

San Agustin

San Agustin

Medellín

Medellín

Villa de Leyva

Villa de Leyva

Bogotá

Bogotá

Coffe zone

Coffe zone

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Orinoco

The Orinoquía, also known as the Eastern Plains, is one of the 6 natural regions of Colombia. It is located in the east of the country, bordered to the north and east by Venezuela, to the south by Amazonia, and to the west by the Andean region. Determined by the Orinoco river basin, it is an ecosystem that is characterized by being a plain. The region is located between the Arauca, Guaviare, Orinoco and Piedmonte Llanero rivers.

It is a region of intense cattle activity where important fights were staged during the time of Colombian and Venezuelan Independence. Culturally it is inhabited by the llanero, an individual also common to the Venezuelan Llanos.

Villavicencio

Villavicencio

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Amazonas

The AMAZON REGION OF COLOMBIA, OR AMAZONIA, is one of the six natural regions of Colombia. It is located in the south of the country, bordering the Andean and Orinoquía regions to the north, Venezuela to the east, Brazil to the southeast, Peru to the south, and Ecuador to the southwest.

It comprises about 40% of the Colombian territory and is the least populated area of ​​the country. At the same time, it is part of the great South American region of the Amazon Forest, the largest forest area in the world that is shared by Venezuela, Brazil, Colombia, Ecuador, Peru, Guyana, Suriname and Bolivia. Consequently, the Amazon region of Colombia

Leticia

Leticia

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