Tourism in Colombia

Two things you can expect when visiting Colombia; the beautiful natural attraction as the country has two coastlines: Pacific and Caribbean and; the hectic semi-cultural festivities over the seasons of the year.

Perfect destination for ecotourism as the country not only offers the captivating views of the beaches from two coastlines but also three mountain chains, the isolated Sierra Nevada de Santa Maria and many different ecological regions such as Parama, tropical jungle vegetation, desert biomes, volcanoes and waterfalls. In addition, the country also hosts many national parks including the Tayrona National Natural Park, Cabo de la Vela, the Amacayacu National park and some others which are located near the major natural attractions across the country.

Festivals and carnival are the next offers you don’t want to miss while visiting Colombia. Every season seems to have its hustles and bustles but the most popular ones are the Cali’s Fair, the Barranquilla’s Carnival, the Bogota Summer Festival, the Ibero-American Theater Festival, the Flower Festival and dozens of popular music festivals throughout the year such as Rock al Parque and Estereo Picnic. 

Why Invest in Short Term Rental in Colombia

Colombia obviously poses high potential in the tourism sector as it is noted that the contribution of travel and tourism to the country;s GDP in 2016 reached up to US$5,880.3bn (2% of the total GDP) and generated 556,135 jobs. 

There seems to be no reason not to take part in a highly profitable business in the sector. A simple accommodation rental business is an ideal investment in which there is so much to gain and so little to lose, not to mention that it could be an alternative way to maintain your property’s wellness in the case that you don’t occupy it yourself.

As of 2018, Colombia became home to nine World Heritage Sites lifting up the country’s position as one of the desirable tourism destinations in the world and of course increasing the tourists’ flow to the country. With a simple consultation with Bnb Way you can strategically find the best management company for your property so that it would be ready to welcome the flow.

Popular Sightseeing | Sights to Visit in Colombia

Colombia is a home for so many beautiful tourism spots, below are a few of them.

Chiribiquete National Park — The largest national park in Colombia as well as the largest tropical rainforest park in the world known for the presence of teipus and sheer-sided sandstone that dominate the forest.

Coffee Cultural Landscape of Colombia — Six farming landscapes cultivated with the centennial tradition of coffee growing in small plots in the right forest and traditional farming adaptation.

Mompox– A town in northern Colombia famous for its preserved colonial characters represented in the buildings and landmarks.

Los Katios National Natural Park — A protected area in northwest Colombia, homes for extraordinary diversity of plant and animal species.

Colombia Tourism Growth Graph

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Colombia tourism growth compared to global tourism growth (Credit: Colombiareports)

As it is shown on the graph the tourism growth in Colombia has been quite stable over the years. It is expected to grow even further as the Colombian seems to take serious venture in the tourism sector by building more facilities to preserve its natural attraction.

FACTS about Colombia

Colombia is the second most biodiverse country in the world

Colombia is home to the Cano Cristales – the “River of Five Colors” or the “Liquid Rainbow.” 

Colombia’s Sierra Nevada de Santa Marta, at 13,000m, is the world’s highest coastal mountain range. 

Colombia is the world’s leading source of emeralds. It is also the third largest exporter of coffee in the world after Brazil and Vietnam.

Colombia is the only country in South America that has coastlines on both the Pacific Ocean and the Caribbean Sea.