In the south of Colombia, just a few hours away on one of the main highways, is Florencia, a city where the magic of nature unfolds in all its glory. Here, in the green suburbs, the charms of two ecosystems merge into a single magical kingdom.

The city's surroundings offer a fascinating variety of options to explore. From waterfalls adorned with lush vegetation to impressive canyons and hidden lagoons, every corner reveals unparalleled natural beauty. Florencia is located at the crossroads of the Andes and the Amazonian plains, making it a perfect destination for those who want to immerse themselves in the jungle without needing a long stay.

On the outskirts of the city, numerous nature reserves protect vast expanses of jungle, offering opportunities for bird watching, hiking and a wide range of outdoor activities.

But the wealth of Florencia goes beyond its biodiversity. The city is steeped in a palpable Aboriginal heritage, and pre-Hispanic legends are an integral part of local folklore. Furthermore, deep in the jungle, ancient petroglyphs transport you to the times of the region's first inhabitants.

With so much to see and do, it's no wonder why so many tourists find themselves extending their visit beyond what they planned to, captivated by the beauty and rich history.


  1. Serranía de Chiribiquete National Natural Park: This biosphere reserve is one of Colombia's natural treasures, with impressive rock formations, waterfalls and unique biodiversity.

  2. Cahuinari National Natural Park: A wildlife sanctuary that is home to a variety of endemic and endangered species, perfect for bird watching and jungle adventure.

  3. Malecón del Río Hacha: A beautiful walk along the Hacha River, where you can enjoy nature, go hiking or simply relax and enjoy the scenery.

  4. Our Lady of Lourdes Cathedral: A major landmark in the city, this Catholic cathedral is known for its unique architecture and cultural significance.

  5. Florencia Market Square: A vibrant place where you can experience authentic local life, try traditional food and buy fresh produce.

  6. House of Culture Museum: A space dedicated to preserving and promoting Caqueteño culture, with exhibits on history, art and local traditions.


Discover the best experiences we have to offer in each of these regions

Canyoning, Extreme Nature

From $165,000 COP

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Adventure in Caquetá

From $1,650,000 COP

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Day trip to the only Cave of Colors in Colombia

From $140,000 COP

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