Colombia is the only country in South America that has coastlines in the North Pacific Sea and the Caribbean Sea and Colombia is the world's second most biodiverse country. Every day the tourism sector grows in this country, travel in Colombia is definitely valuable, Colombia has a variety of ecosystems, so tourists can choose where to visit depending on the "season" they want. The diversity of the tourism sector in the form of cultural heritage sights, protected forests, an atmosphere with a variety of traditions and diverse food.

Here are some tourist objects that are very popular in the country of Colombia.

San Andrés
San Andrés is also one of the two main islands of San Andrés and Providencia, located 200 kilometers east of Nicaragua, and Colombia's Andres and Providence and located in Colombian waters. San Andrés is a tourist destination, the island specializes in inclusive economy budget holidays that cater to Colombian tourists. The sea that surrounds the island is known by Colombians as "Mar de siete colores" (sea of ​​seven colors), due to variations in depth.

Islas del Rosario
Islas del Rosario is also a small island in Colombia, this island is generally much safer than most cities on the Colombian mainland, there are still many things that must be considered.

Cocuy National Park
The Cocuy National Park is located in the Andino region, Colombia, the city of Sierra is in the eastern part of the park and is a major tourist attraction, the park which is a mountainous region that stretches from north to south containing several snow-covered peaks, while the western part of the park there is a tropical forest the lowlands reach the Llanos region. Inside the cocuy garden you can find, Failerones, typical of the paramo landscape. Cojines, endemic shrubs are typical of parks, while faunas range from bears, deer (south of the park), pumas, condors (north of the park) and rabbits.

Tayrona National Park
Tayrona Park, which is very popular among tourists, is on the Caribbean coast near Santa Marta in Colombia, has some of the most beautiful coastlines in South America, this not-so-large but very pleasant park is located about 30 minutes from the town of Rodadero, with beautiful beaches, hammocks for night, food, water and surfing.

The park has a variety of flora and fauna because it includes two ecosystems between the mountain and the sea, this bird is the most species including red roses and titi monkeys, red woodpeckers, iguanas, jaguar (which are rarely seen when they hunt at night), various lizards , tropical marine life, and more than 400 species of birds, such as eagles, condors and strange animal parrots stored in restaurants in Arrecifes. The vegetation of the park is characterized by ecological influences and rain depending on the sector, from tropical dry forests to coral reefs.

Bogotá is the capital city of Colombia, there are so many important events known as the beginning of the revolution in the region, so this district is indeed full of history, and there are many interesting old museums and churches in the oldest Bogotá neighborhood. The most important places for tourists are La Catedral, Plaza de Bolivar, Palacio de Nariño, Iglesia del Carmen, Biblioteca Luis A Arango (bla), Colonial Art Museum and old architecture of houses and buildings, the good news is that almost all museums do not charge entry fees.

Cali is a city in the southwest of Colombia, the capital of the Valle del Cauca department with a population of 2 million or less, cali is a significant center of industrial and commercial activity in Colombia, which is about 1,000 meters above sea level, it tends to have a warm afternoon and afternoon with a gentle breeze in the Pacific Ocean while the evenings feel cool. Cali is also the world's salsa capital today, claiming that it is a competitive difference even among the festive scenes of other vibrant Colombian big cities, which make music continue into the night.