Colombia is a republic that is politically organized in 32 decentralized departments and the capital District of Bogotá, seat of the national government. It is the only South American nation that has coasts in the Pacific Ocean and access to the Atlantic through the Caribbean Sea. With 49 million inhabitants, it is the second nation with the most Spanish speakers, only behind Mexico. It has a multicultural population, which is, in its majority, the result of miscegenation among Europeans, indigenous and African, with minorities of indigenous and Afro-descendants.

Colombia’s nominal GDP is the fourth largest in Latin America and ranks 28th worldwide. Currently, Colombia has a diversified economy and has an important service component. The country’s economic output is dominated by domestic demand and household consumption expenditure is the largest component of GDP. Showing a great potential for export.

Colombia is the second most biodiverse country in the world, with 54,871 registered species. It is the Latin American country with the most ecological conflicts among the local population and multinational companies in areas of special environmental protection, showing to be a population aware of the importance of the biodiversity they possess. To protect its environment, Colombia has instruments such as the National Climate Change Policy and the carbon tax. The production of electricity in Colombia comes mainly from renewable energy sources. 69.97% is obtained from hydroelectric generation.

The Coffee Region has unique characteristics. Not only for the excellence in the production of coffee that gives it its name, but also for the beauty of its landscape where the green of its vegetation, full of bamboo, stands out on a topography crowned with the Andes mountain range. The diversity of fauna is very large. The bird is the largest in the world, where there are more than 1,000 species of birds of the 1,900 found in Colombia. That is 10 and 18% of the bird species found in the world, respectively. Its climate is pleasant, the people who populate this little paradise are very polite and gentle. There is a pre-Hispanic history that can be seen in its beautiful museums. For the whole of its beauty, in 2011 UNESCO declared the Coffee Cultural Landscape World Heritage.
I arrived to have a tourist experience and return to my country. But the charm was so great that today I am with my family here in the coffee hub. An experience that can now last what remains of my life. The only danger here is to fall in love with here and not want to leave …

Here I will show you how to get to this paradise without difficulties. As well as the secrets to enjoy wonderful days, either alone or accompanied.