Barranquilla, located between Santa Marta and Cartagena, is the place to go during Carnival, which is the second largest in Latin America (the largest being in Rio de Janeiro).
The Tatacoa Desert is filled with red and brown rocky canyons. It also has one of the most prominent observatories in South America, where you can look at the stars.
Popayán is Colombia's most impressive colonial city, rivaling Cartagena. Because all the buildings are white, it is known as La Ciudad Blanca ("The White City").
This town is one of the most gorgeous in Colombia, as well as one of the most colorful in the world.
The wax palm, which can reach a height of about 200 feet (60 m), is the national tree of Colombia and is found in the Cocora Valley.
This hot out hot city is the world's salsa capital, where people flock to dance.
Surrounded by lush green mountains, brightly colored homes, and coffee farms, it is one of the oldest and most popular tourist destinations in the coffee-growing region.
Cartagena is one of Colombia's most popular tourist attractions; it's a place to calm down, relax, and feast on the incredible cuisine, and famous for nightlife.