Andean Colombia is the land where the colossal Mountain Range that dominates South America splits in three, producing a vast contrast of natural sceneries - green jungle topped mountains, majestic lakes, snow covered peaks, and dry warm valleys. Here is where some of the prettiest untouched architecture seems to be frozen in time in small Spanish style towns of cobbled streets and red roofed houses
Enjoy everything this city has to offer, including world class restaurants, galleries, shops and bars. Explore the historical city centre and soak up the atmosphere of this massive South American metropolis.
Villa de Leyva colonial town
Chill out in this little historical town and enjoy its typical Andean Colombian colonial atmosphere.
The town of white painted walls and red tile roofs is a fantastic place to walk around, take photos and enjoy the laid back local culture, restaurants, coffee shops and arts and crafts shops.
Guatavita organic farm
Enjoy fantastic picture postcard views, take a walk to the lakes that was the birthplace of the “El Dorado” legend.
Stay in a cosy organic farm with the option to take part in activities like yoga, horse riding, bush walks, photography safaris and slow cooking classes.
Barichara colonial town
One of the most beautiful and laid back Spanish style towns still remaining in Colombia, Barichara offers wonderful weather, a wide range of adventure activities such as paragliding, white water rafting, rock climbing or cave exploring. It is a great place to have a siesta after walking around the colonial historic paths that connect the place with neighbouring towns, go horse ridding or take a dip in the local pool.