The beaches at Parque Nacional Natural Tayrona (Colombia). 'Tayrona’s limpid waters heave against a backdrop of jungle that sweeps like a leafy avalanche down from the soaring Sierra Nevada de Santa Marta, the world’s highest coastal mountain range.
I've been on top of this rock! La Piedra Del Peñol, Spanish for "The Rock of Guatapé", also known as El Peñol Stone or simply as La Piedra is a massive rock located in the town and municipality of Guatapé, in Antioquia, Colombia.
I`ve been to Colombia last year and i loved it it was incredible to see the many ancient traditions still being perserved alongside the beautiful building architecture. For more inspirations tap on the image!
The Vargas Swamp Lancers Memorial. On July 15 1819, Spanish and Colombian armies clashed in the Vargas Swamp, in Boyacá (Colombia). At some point during the battle, Bolívar feared his Army would be defeated. He turned to Colonel Rondón, head of a unit of 14 lancers, and said "Colonel, it's up to you to save the Motherland". The charge of the 14 lancers won the battle for the Colombian Army. Two weeks later, not far from there, the Spaniards suffered their final defeat at the Boyacá Bridge