Deep in Colombia's interior, experience Mavecure, the impressive and iconic location featured in the Oscar-nominated 'Embrace of the Serpent'
Colombia's Amazon captivates with its unchartered waterways, nationals and opportunity to observe species in the wild.
At the crossroads of the Amazon, Colombia's port town of Leticia offers visitors riverine adven- tures and a local fish delicacy called pirarucú.
The Rupicola inhabits the rainforests and caves of Vaupés. An elusive species to even the most tested birders, the cock-of-the-rock was first spotted in British Guiana.
With the return of rainfall to Los Llanos Orientales, the natural wonder of Caño Cristales reopens to tourism, but with strict environmental regulations.
The Tarapoto lakes and swamps in the Colombian Amazon have been declared "a wetland of international importance" to be protected under the Ramsar Convention.
Colombia's newly re-opened Ethnographic Museum in Leticia takes visitors on a journey through the Amazon past and present.
The Araracuara River meandering through narrow canyons is opening up to tourism after decades of isolation and insecurity.
Head to the remote and natural corner of the Amazon, where Peru and Brazil converge along the banks of the Yavari.
Colombia's Amazon region can be intimidating, but kids can have a blast if you travel with these helpful tips.
Inírida in the heart of the Guainía department is a colourful town and gateway to an Amazonian adventure with dolphin spotting and pristine rainforest.
Think you’ve seen it all? Colombia's post-conflict is opening up travel destinations unseen until now by the outside world.
Looming over the eastern frontier of Colombia, the Mavecure hills are one of nature’s most unique masterpieces.
In the heart of Colombia's Vaupés department, Mitú strives to reach a balance between tradition and tourism.
Cut off from development and tourism for decades, Caquetá is only now being discovered for its natural beauty.