The dramatic coastline of the colombian Carribean stretches from the impenetrable jungles of the Darien, to the border with Panama, through to the desert-like landscape of La Guajira, on the Venezuelan border.Right in the middle shimmers the coastal city of Cartagena. The completely walled city center is on beauty and romance hard to beat, and since 1984 UNESCO World Heritage Site. Marques sat the city in his novel “Love in the Time of Cholera” a monument.
Barranquilla is the most important coastal city due to its most important seaport. The city is also called “La Bella Curramba” = the celebrating Beauty. Here the second largest carnival in South America is celebrated.
The Tayrona National Park is one of the oldest and most beautiful protected areas of Colombia and invites with white sand beaches and pristine forests to linger. Here you can enjoy spectacular sunsets and experience an incredible colorful flora.