Places,  South America,  Travel


1. Tayrona National Park, Santa Marta


Tayrona National Park was created in 1964, to safeguard the region’s history, magnificence, and social hugeness, known for its biodiversity, the recreation center is comprised of two biological systems covering in excess of 30 km of Colombia’s rough northwest coastline. Tayrona National Park is the place you’ll reveal a portion of the nation’s most wonderful blue water inlets, white sand sea shores, crystalline tidal ponds and tropical jungles. Tayrona is, as a matter of first importance, a national park and that is down to the momentous biodiversity of greenery inside its limits. 
The best time to go in Tayrona National Park, is in peak seasons in the Tayrona National Park are from mid of December to January ends. Entrance to the Tayrona National Park is open from 8am to 5pm. Of course, these times don’t interfere with those already in the park who plan to stay the night. Many people choose to spend 1 to 3 nights in Tayrona National Park, but if you are running with time you can stay at least 6hrs.

2. Lost City, Sierra Nevada


The Lost City, known as Ciudad Perdida. This old site is one of Colombia’s most astoundingly disguised jewels. Arriving at these epic vestiges is no straightforward accomplishment. Waterway intersections, steep slopes, and tropical warmth make the multi day climb here an exhausting one. The territory is commonly protected, however you have to play it safe. The Lost City trek is a demanding climb yet it unquestionably justified, despite all the trouble. It requires going here and there steep slopes and limited stone advances, and intersection the Buritaca waterway a few times. In the blustery season, it will require climbing through path loaded with mud and water. 
The Best Time to Trek to The Lost City, are essentially 2 seasons in the region, dry Season which runs from December through to early March and rainy season March to November. However, we know that this was definitely the exception rather than the rule, so expect your own visit to the Lost City site to last for two to three hours.

3.  Catedral de sal, Zipaquirá


The Salt Cathedral of Zipaquirá is an underground Roman Catholic church worked inside the passages of a salt mine 200 meters underground in a halite mountain. Zipaquirá is known for its Catedral de Sal-a house of God worked in a salt mine. Zipaquirá is named for the Zipa, the Muisca pioneer of the Bacatá confederation. is an underground church worked inside a salt mine, and made completely of salt. The passage prompting Colombia’s most acclaimed church feels progressively like a byway into the entrails of the earth. 
The best time to visit is in March and from June to August. You need minimum 4 hours to account for travel time to visit Catedral de Sal. Opening timimg is around 9am–6pm. To avoid the crowed you need go early.

4. Eje Cafetero


The Colombian espresso Region(Eje Cafetero), otherwise called the Coffee Triangle is a piece of the Colombian Paisa district in the country zone of Colombia. It is well known for developing and creating most of Colombian espresso, considered by numerous individuals to be the best espresso on the planet. This excellent area has an extraordinary assortment of visitor destinations to appreciate, similar to: The Ecoparque El Mirador, Cocora Valley and the Ecological Reserve The Promised Land. 
The best time to visit, are June to August and December to January, as these months align with the holidays for both international as well as domestic travellers. You need at least 2-4 hours ti viist this site. 

5. La Guajira Peninsula
Guajira Peninsula, is a promontory in northern Colombia and northwestern Venezuela in the Caribbean. It is the northernmost landmass in South America and has a zone of 25,000 km². The waters around Cabo de La Vela in La Guajira are popular for having probably the best – and generally predictable – kitesurfing on the planet. The level narrows confronting the town has all year twists, ideal for rehearsing the outrageous game, and for windsurfing also. 
The best time from December to February and from June to July is when there are more visitors in the area, so if you want to go in a quieter time, you can visit this spectacular tourist destination in the months of March, May, August and September. I recommended you 3-4 hours is enough to explore.

6. Caño Cristales, Serrania de la Macarena
Caño Cristales is a Colombian waterway situated in the Serrania de la Macarena region of Meta, and is a tributary of the Guayabero River. Caño Cristales is known as the “stream of five hues”, which is additionally considered by numerous individuals to be “the most delightful waterway on the planet”. The stream has additionally been known as the “fluid rainbow”. Caño Cristales in the Colombian National Park of La Macarena has been known as the most wonderful waterway on the planet, and the stream than got away from paradise, in light of its extraordinary red shading. It is one of Colombia’s generally one of a kind and energizing vacation destinations and is definitely justified even despite a visit in the event that you have the opportunity and cash. 
The best time to travel to Caño Cristales is from June to mid-December when the plant life is in full bloom. After a storm is even better, the season runs from mid-May to the beginning of December and it’s not possible to book tours outside of these dates.It takes about 1:30 to 2 hours. Upon arrival to La Macarena, they check you in and assign you a guide for your hike to Caño Cristales the next day.

7. The Tatacoa Desert, Huila


The Tatacoa Desert is the second biggest parched zone in Colombia after the Guajira Peninsula. It possesses in excess of 330 square kilometers. The Tatacoa Desert situated in the Huila Region of Colombia is a semi-parched desert. Found simply outside the city of Neiva Colombia, it has an extraordinary measure of fossils, minerals, and hued shakes and is turning into an unbelievably mainstream spot for the travel industry in Colombia. 

The Tatacoa desert is hot all year-round but the best time to visit is during dry season from June to August.It takes about 1 hour to complete it, but I recommend planning more time, as there is a lot to see and photograph. When you are in the Tatacoa you should definitely visit the observatory. A guide there will explain tourists the different star constellations that can be seen from the desert.

8. The Castillo San Felipe de, Cartagena


Overwhelming the slope of San Lazaro, disregarding the dynamic city of Cartagena, the Castillo San Felipe de Barajas is one of Colombia’s generally popular and imposing destinations. It was work by Antonio de Arévalo in 1536–1767. The frontier time manor will everlastingly be known as the most secure fortification at any point worked by the Spanish in the Americas. 2,000,000 guests for every year, making it the city’s most mainstream authentic fascination. 
The Best time of year to visit Castillo San Felipe, is in between the end of January and April, when temperatures are pleasant but holiday crowds at their lowest. Opening hours is between 8am to 6pm. Recommend you to stay at least 1-2 hours to explore.

9. Las Lajas Sanctuary, Las Lajas


Las Lajas Sanctuary is a Gothic Revival style church worked inside a ravine of the Guáitara waterway. In this way, it’s regularly been known as a gem of building. This Roman Catholic church is devoted to the reverence of Our Lady of Las Lajas Ipiales. Las Lajas Sanctuary is acclaimed among Colombians for both the legend and for its staggering design. Traversing over the Guaitara River, the gothic-style church is an amazing structure. It’s unquestionably probably the best spot to visit in Colombia. In excess of 750,000 individuals visit the congregation yearly, with around 120,000 travelers showing up during Holy Week at the congregation. 
The best time to visit in the morning as soon as possible, as it become crowed in afternoon. The opening timing is around 9am to 6pm. It took you around 2-3 hours to visit. After visiting the church you might also like to visit the shop which is near to Las Lajas Sanctuary.

10. Arví Park, Medelín


Parque (Arví Park) is an enormous biological nature save in Medelín, which is one of the most famous vacation destinations in Medellín. Parque Arví is situated in Santa Elena, which is a country zone of Medellín. Overing more than 16,000 hectares, Parque Arvi is known for its wildflowers, nature visits and more than 54 miles of climbing trails. Inside the recreation centre rests areas of ancient remains including waterworks pathways, stages, nurseries, channels, and streets. 
The diverse climate means anyone planning to go to Parque Arví. The best time is go early in the morning to find less crowed. The opening hours is 9am to 6pm.  Suggested duration will take more than 3 hours.

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