9 secret places of Colombia

9 secret places of Colombia

9 Secrets known places of Colombia. If you thought you had seen everything there, after reading this post you will find that you need to know a lot.

Idyllic beaches that become the dream home and abroad, unspoiled nature not having been taken over by the works of man, adventure for its thousands of possibilities for extreme sports, people who are national and even world heritage, abundant forests, mountains exotic, deserts and snowy. This is Colombia, a country that undoubtedly is fully equipped with the finest natural resources and spectacular flora and fauna.

The number of tourists is constantly visiting its beautiful sites, can be found according to the tastes plans they have, besides their love with known or hidden spaces. In fact, because of the increase in the price of the dollar has increased tourism both foreign and their own people.

So do not closures in Colombia because there is much to know. Not all traditional beaches or parks, as there are other places though not as trade, they also bring the magic and beauty of this country. Notes and get an idea of ​​what is the fate that best fits what you’re looking for your holiday.


National Park Chingaza, Cundinamarca


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This is joy for the eyes: it is staggered three beautiful lakes that are located in the National Natural Park Chingaza. The ecosystem is comprised of a wasteland surrounded by rocky cliffs, frailejones, animals, and last but not least, an indescribable peace. These gaps were music scenario where the successor to the chief ritual was performed, giving rise to the legend of El Dorado.

Triganá is the paradise, Chocó


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With a beach just a kilometer, this small town with few inhabitants, is located in the town of Acandí, in the department of Choco. In the middle of the Caribbean Sea after traveling for an hour and a half from the port of Turbo, it is known to be a perfect place to rest, as they generally are solitary beaches but beneath its waters so much to explore. Caretear there is a great plan.

Archaeological Tourism in San Agustin


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The Archaeological Park of San Agustin, located in the southern department of Huila, was considered World Heritage by UNESCO in 1995. There traces of a culture more than 3000 years are. A perfect place to learn of the ancestors plan.

The enigmatic Lost City


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The Tayrona Archaeological Park, also known as Lost City, is an ancient Indian village and archaeological site located in the department of Magdalena. It was built around the seventh and eighth centuries AD and is the birthplace of the Tayrona indigenous civilization, one of the most important in South America.

Tatacoa, a desert in Huila


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A dream landscape, that is what provides the Tatacoa Desert in Huila. During the day orange colors that come from its arid soil, cactus green and blue of the sky abound. But at night, the white comes to rest on the big picture, thanks to the moon and stars. Therefore, it is also ideal for lovers of astronomy place.

Nuquí and whales


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If you want to be part of the Colombian wild paradise, what do you expect to visit Nuquí in Chocó? His strong waves, the thickness of the jungle, and the color of the water, are just the beginning of the natural spectacle offered here. Besides being one of the most biodiverse, tourists and natives can marvel to see the humpback whales mate between July and November.

The magic of Providence


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With just tell you some of the best beaches in Colombia are in this place, you will understand that your beauty is absolute. Located in the archipelago of San Andres and Santa Catalina is surrounded by the majestic sea of seven colors. There is not very common that many tourists come, so the beaches are usually deserted. Crab Key, a green mountain in the sea, is one of its attractions.

“La Ventiadora” waterfall, San Cipriano


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It is near San Cipriano, a small African American population located in the jungle region of Valle del Cauca. The curious thing about this place is that is so hidden that many of the tourists who try to reach the waterfall gone astray. Therefore, it is necessary to see a guide to prevent this from happening. And the only way to reach this town, is taking a small car that runs on the tracks of a motorcycle driven by train.

Tierradentro, Cauca


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Tierradentro is an important archaeological reserve of the pre-Columbian culture, declared in 1995 by UNESCO World Heritage Site. Hall is in the department of Cauca and traces it has are particularly concentrated around the town of San Andres Island. It has a wide populated area of statues, so it’s really fun and impressive cross it.