Traveling Around Colombia
Coming to our wedding might be the perfect opportunity for you to visit other parts of Colombia.
It's one of the world's most biodiverse places, with beaches on the Caribbean and the Pacific,
verdant Andean mountains, the Amazon rainforest and cosmopolitan cities.
Here are a few suggestion for the top destinations.
Tayrona National Park
Not far from Cartagena, lies Tayrona National Park, one of the largest national parks in Colombia and the home of the Sierra Nevada de Santa Marta. If you book early, you can stay in the Eco Habs, which are right on the coast in the middle of the park.
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The Colombian Amazon region is certainly worth the journey. More than a third of the world's animal species live in this vast river basin's rainforest. An outing on the river is an adventure that will introduce you to pink dolphins, monkeys, piranhas, giant otters, anacondas, a vast array of birds and much more. It´s an unforgettable experience!
The easiest way to travel to and around the amazon is with a travel agency.
We recommend going to Calanoa or using the travel agents
Aviatur to help you plan your trip
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There is plenty to do in Bogota, with its many museums, great restaurants and beautiful mountains including the famous Monserrate. We recommend staying at the Artisan DC Marriot, located in one of the nicest neighbourhoods in Bogota and near lots of restaurants and hiking trails.
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The Coffee Region
Designated a UNESCO World Heritage Site, the Coffee Region, or Coffee Triangle as it is sometimes known, is a spectacular panoramic canvas of lush green plantations, plunging valleys and beautiful old haciendas. The region is dotted with small colonial villages with brightly painted houses surrounding the central square, where the locals come to gossip and sip coffee.
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Villa de Leyva
A small Spanish colonial town located three hours from Bogota by car.
It boasts a lively square, restaurants and outdoor activities.
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