(ancient helipads) The pre-Columbian archaeological site of Ciudad Perdida (Spanish for “Lost City”), located in Sierra Nevada, Colombia, thought to be founded about 800 AD. Photo courtesy taken by Raphael Chay
Cascada La Lucha en el municipio de Coello, departamento del Tolima, Colombia
Moraine Lake valley of Ten Peaks, Banff National Park Alberta, Canada
Colombia is not just one big jungle: Visit the amazing desert at Punta Gallinas, Guajira Colombia
Valle de Cocora, near Salento Armenia, Colombia. The national tree of Colombia, the Wax Palm, pokes across the landscape and can grow to 60 meters and survive for 120 years.
The Lago de Tota is the biggest lake in Colombia. There are several small islands, a perfect setting for a canoe or kayak ride across the lake. Also, you can try more adventurous watersports like water ski or diving.
The National Park of Tayrona - Santa Marta, Northern Colombia.
Caño Cristales is a Colombian river located in the Serrania de la Macarena province of Meta. The river is commonly called "The River of Five Colors" or "The Liquid Rainbow," and is referred to as the most beautiful river in the world