Colombia is a country in the northwest of South America. With a coastline along the Pacific Ocean, Colombia borders Ecuador, Peru, Brazil, Venezuela and the Caribbean Sea. The capital is Bogotá and the official language is Spanish. Colombia is home to diverse ecosystems ranging from the Amazon rainforest to the Andes.

In addition to its magnificent natural beauty, Colombia boasts a diverse cuisine. With ingredients such as seafood, tropical fruits, corn and potatoes, the culinary culture is rich and inclusive. Traditional snacks such as arepa and empanada represent the street flavours of the country. In addition, Colombia is known for its world-famous coffee and is an integral part of the coffee growing industry.

The country's colourful history and cultural diversity are reflected in its dances, festivals and handicrafts. With its historical riches, stunning natural landscapes and warm people, Colombia is a destination well worth exploring.


Featured Box Image


The capital city of Bogotá is located on a high plateau in the Andes. It is known for its cultural events, art galleries and historical monuments. Mount Monserrate is a popular spot to view the city from above. More Information
Featured Box Image


Located in the Aburrá Valley, Medellín is Colombia's second largest city. It is known for its modern architecture and activities in the arts and entertainment. Hacienda Nápoles, once owned by Pablo Escobar, is a tourist attraction near the city. More Information
Featured Box Image


This historic port city on the Caribbean coast is famous for its colourful colonial buildings. The old town attracts tourists with its historic walls, forts and narrow streets. It is also known for its beautiful beaches and vibrant nightlife. More Information
Featured Box Image


Considered the centre of salsa music and dance, Cali is located in western Colombia. It is famous for its live music venues, dance studios and salsa festivals. It is also known for its natural beauty in the Sugar Cane Valley. More Information