Regions of Colombia

Regions of Colombia

 

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Caribbean Coast

With a varied landscape ranging from mountainous hidden towns to colonial wonders, jaw dropping beautiful beaches, desert landscapes and verdant jungles, Colombia’s Caribbean coast could easily occupy the traveller for several months.

Hostels in Caribbean Coast

North East Andes

From the high altitude plateaus surrounding the capital of Bogotá to the national parks and colonial towns that are scattered through the departments of Boyacá, Cundinamarca and Santander, the Northeastern Andean region is one of landscapes, culture and adventure sports.

Hostels in North East Andes

Central Andes

Lush terrain gives way to ominous looking volcanoes and plunging Andean valleys in Colombia’s central Andean region. As the country’s coffee producing hub, communicati While the Andes mountain range remains the key feature of this region, as the rumpled geography gives way to inclement Colombian lowlands and sugarcane plantations, there is the feeling of entering a different Colombia.

Hostels in Central Andes

South Andes

While the Andes mountain range remains the key feature of this region, as the rumpled geography gives way to inclement Colombian lowlands and sugarcane plantations, there is the feeling of entering a different Colombia.

Hostels in South Andes

Pacific Coast

One of the most overlooked and least visited regions in Colombia due to a paucity of infrastructure, the Pacific coast is a must see destination for those people interested in seeing a truly original section of the country.

Hostels in the Pacific Coast

Colombian Islands

Colombia’s beaches and protected ecosystems are something to be proud of and the Caribbean and Pacific Islands found here are no exceptions.

Hostels in Colombian Islands

Orinoquía / Amazonía

Making up most of Colombian territory the regions of Amazonía and Orinoquía and not only the largest but also the least populous and possibly most overlooked by travellers.

Hostels in the Orinoquía – Amazonía