Colombia - The Land of Flowers
Colombia offers beautiful nature, rich history and culture, from the snowy Andes Mountains, to its lowland’s tropical rainforests and the sunny Caribbean coast, where nature experiences are waiting for us. Colombia is a scenic country with coasts both on the Pacific Ocean and the Caribbean Sea, stunning white sand beaches and azure sea.
Colombians are a friendly and hospitable people, but Colombia's poor reputation in connection with the guerrillas, crime and drugs has led to the country being avoided by tourists. As long as you stay away from the most desolate and notorious areas in urban and rural areas, it should not be any problems for security. Like in all other major cities around the world will we experience pickpockets, and if are interested in photography - no matter where you are – keep an eye on your camera. Colombia's government has in recent years struggled against violence and drugs, and made the country safer to travel, and tourism has begun to increase. The country's economic fortunes are rapidly improving today. Colombia is among others the second-largest coffee producer in the world, and the second-largest flower producer.
Popular destinations in Colombia's capital Bogota with its futuristic architecture cathedrals, fine department stores and small street markets . The port city of Cartagena is considered Colombia's premier tourist destination, known for its history and architecture. Cartagena is romantic, glamorous and magical. Many tourists in Cartagena finds their way to the Islas del Rosario and Playa Blanca, two popular beaches on Barú island.
Would you rather prefer to spend your dream holiday or honeymoon at Colombia’s white sandy beaches far away from other tourists, is the classic tropical island of San Andres and Providencia on the east coast of Nicaragua, with its lovely white beaches and coral reefs, to recommend. Is adventure bringing you to Colombia, will the ancient Indian cultures add color to your journey. The Lost City, Ciudad Perdida, from the 1000-1300 century, is the largest of its kind in Latin America. It is located north of the country, in dense jungle between the mountains, hidden from the outside world.
Tourists planning to visit the region of Magdalena, Cesar, La Guajira, the Atlantic coast and Sierra Nevada, Norte de Santander and the Amazon area are recommended to get vaccinated against yellow fever. Other vaccines you may need in Colombia are among others tetanus, hepatitis A and B, cholera, typhoid and malaria (regional) . Contact your doctor or an institute for travel medicine in due time before the start of the journey to assess health risks and necessary vaccinations. Take note: Remember to bring your immunization card on the journey, because your entry and exit to Colombia could be denied without your vaccination certificate.
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