Cabo San Juan Beach
The most popular and often visited beach in the nation is Cabo San Juan Terona. This scenic location has turquoise waves, pure white sand, and lovely palms.
Parque Nacional Natural Tayrona
The 37,000-acre Tayrona National Park, known in Spanish as Parque Nacional Natural Tayrona, is one of the most well-liked tourist sites because to its ruins, cliffs, mangroves, and beaches.
Playa de las 7 Olas Beach
The beautiful but risky Playa de las 7 Olas beach have a very difficult flow. Along with the breathtaking sunrises and sunsets, the locals are also quite welcoming.
In his book One Hundred Years of Solitude, Gabriel Garcia Marquez creates the imaginary village of Macondo. It is where the Buenda family calls home.
Yaigoje Apaporis National Natural Park
The Yaigojé Apaporis is a hub for both ecological and cultural variety and is still a virgin wilderness. Deep within the Colombian Amazon.
Serranía de Los Churumbelos
On August 30, 2007, the Colombian government established Serrana de Los Churumbelos Auka-Wasi National Natural Park. It may be discovered in the Bota Caucana area.
Gorgona Island National Park
Gorgona Island National Park was formed on the island in 1985, which is known for its numerous indigenous species and distinctive habitats.
Utria National Natural Park
A national park in Colombia's Chocó Department is called Utria National Natural Park. It gets the most rain—up to 10,000 millimeters annually—of any place on earth.
Reserva Nacional Natural Nukak
Numerous species with restricted or unique habitats may be found in the Nukak National Natural Reserve's great variety of ecosystems.