Deep-Sea and Fresh Water Fishing: Much of Colombia's rivers and lakes are unpolluted and generally stock full of a great diversity of fresh water fish. Everything from trout, bass, piranha and even giant Amazonian Pirarucú are fare game.
Colombia's Caribbean and Pacific Coastal regions are some of the most productive fishing regions on earth. There are a number of great spots near where you can catch Blue Marlin, White Marlin, Sailfish, Dorado, Wahoo, Black fin Tuna, Yellow-fin Tuna, Kingfish and Barracuda among many others.
Bird Watching and Fauna Spotting: Because of the great variety of climates in Colombia, it boasts the highest number of animal species on earth and thus an incredible place to spot wildlife. Here goes…1876 bird species, 760 species of amphibians, 518 species of reptile (115 are endemic), and 450 mammal species (of which 36 are endemic).
Colombia is a paradise for birdwatchers with innumerable options in the cloud forest and páramos of the Andes or the Sierra Nevada de Santa Marta, the jungles of the Amazon and Chocó regions, the Eastern Plains, the lowlands of the Caribbean region, and the inter-Andean valleys. With about 1876 species, Colombia has the highest diversity of bird species on earth.
Whale Watching: Between the months of July and September, up to 6,000 whales arrive at the warm and sheltered waters of Colombia's Pacific coast to mate, give birth and raise their giant young. Witnessing these friendly and playful giants in their natural habitat is exhilarating and humbling, and is an experience you will never forget.
Trekking: Because of its great variety of climates, terrains, incredible scenery and unspoiled environments providing everything from desert, tropical to alpine environments, Colombia is an ideal place to trek and hike. Many avid trekkers consider Colombia to be the undicovered treasure of South America. There are few other countires in the world where such a variety breathtakingly beautiful and pristine scenery can be experienced within a relatively small area.
Kayaking and White-Water Rafting: Colombia's spectacularly beautiful mountain rivers are the perfect locations for rafting and kayaking. Here you can find a number of great locations and qualified guides. Rivers in Colombia range from Level 1 to 6 rapids providing ample opportunities for both beginners and experts.
Paragliding: Colombia is becoming famous for its world class paragliding sites and the presence of professional and experienced sportsmen and companies offering the service. Contrary to what many that have not tried the sport might think; paragliding does not generate dizziness, but rather a sense of adventure and tranquility, and combined with the breathtaking views of the countryside below, the experience will leave memories that will last a lifetime.
Spelunking (caving): Colombia has a number of extensive subterranean cave systems just waiting to be explored. Caves offer another kind of adventure that is full of shadows and uncertainty, and is perfect for the kind of person who does not mind being in a confined space and getting a little muddy.
Scuba Diving: Colombia is blessed to offer to scuba divers both the coral rich waters of the Caribbean and the incredible abundance of marine life of the Pacific. The combined 3,000 km of coast provide a diverse array of crystal clear underwater wonderlands, where you can snorkel and scuba dive and experience a colorful abundance of marine life.
Guided Tours: There is plenty to explore and learn about in Colombia - everything from its millennium old Pre-Colombia history and Colonical history to its rich natural environments and incredible plant and animal diversity. We will provide you with English speaking guided tours for most locations, providing you with plenty of interesting information (or just to keep you safe and make sure you don't get lost).
Culture: Colombia is a fascinating mix of culture and blends the best of Caribbean, Spanish and indigenous ancestries. The Spanish brought slaves from Africa, which led to an amalgamation of indigenous people and African influences in the Caribbean. In the Andes, you can see both European and indigenous influences, and in the Llanos and the Amazon, primarily indigenous cultures dominate. In total, Colombia is home to 87 ethnic groups, that in turn speak 64 native languages.
Agriculture Activity: Colombia offers countless lakes, rivers and 3,000 kms of coast and countless lakes and rivers that can be explored by boat. All offer incredibly diverse and beautiful scenery.
Boating Activity: Colombia offers countless lakes, rivers and 3,000 kms of coast and countless lakes and rivers that can be explored by boat. All offer incredibly diverse and beautiful scenery.
Camping Activity: Camping in one of Colombia's many spectacular national parks is a great way to get touch with nature. Colombia offers a diverse array of camping opportunies which span environments such as coasts, forests, alpine locations and everything in between. Many campgrounds offer bathrooms, showers and other facilities.
Horseback Riding Activity: From your trusty steed you can experience the endless plains of Los Llanos to the stunning views of Cocora to the slow-paced but scenic rides in Tayrona.
Scenic Hightway Activity: Ok, this is not really an activity but Colombia does have some of the most beautiful and varied terrain on the planet. While traveling from one destination to the other you will experience these incredible landscapes.