Start at the desert of Guajira in the north
Head south to Tayrona if you can't stand the heat
And try climbing the highest coastal peak in the world
Pico Colon's stands tall at 18,701 ft, so take a jacket
Or stop midway at the 'Ciudad Perdida' and head back
Stop in Santa Marta to recover from all that hiking
Go to Barranquilla if you can handle the carnival
Take a river cruise to the sleepy town of Mompox
Get lost in the colonial streets of Cartagena
Take a break. Have some fruit from a 'Palenquera'
San Andres is said to have the 'Sea of Seven Colors'
Time to fly inland to the sleepy colonial town of Barichara
Don't fall off that cliff though!
Hike around Chicamocha
And time to hike up again to the Cocuy
Then visit the Estoraques park
Villa de Leyva on the way to Bogota
Cathedral in an abandoned salt mine in Zipaquira
Mix colonial charm with cosmopolitan life in Bogota
There's a spooky abandoned hotel by the Tequendama falls
And fairy land around Guatape on the way to Medellin
Cross the Cauca river into the town of Santa Fe de Antioquia
Medellin is the capital of cool and innovation in Colombia
Hike the Cocora valley on the way to Cali
Have some coffee in the Coffee Triangle region
Learn to dance Salsa in the capital of Salsa: Cali
Cross the Western Mountain Range and dive into the Pacific Coast
Don't forget the whales...
Make your way to the white city of Popayan
Cano Cristales, the technicolor river
Cross the Tatacoa desert and move on to the Llanos Orientales
Cross more mountains of course...
Cowboy culture rules in the plains of the Orinoco (Llanos)
Now back to the Jungle heading towards the Amazon
Serrania del Chiribiquete
Finally, the great Amazon river