These free, printable travel maps of Colombia are divided into eight regions:
- Cartagena and the Caribbean Coast
- Boyacá and the Santanderes
- Medellín and the Coffee Region
- Cali and Southwest Colombia
- The Pacific Coast
- San Andrés and Providencia
- The Amazon and Los Llanos
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Travel Maps of Colombia
Against the backdrop of the Andes Mountains, the country’s cool capital is a cosmopolitan melting pot. It’s a city of stunning colonial and modern architecture, art and culture, glitzy shopping, five-star dining, and euphoric nightlife.
Cartagena and the Caribbean Coast
The Caribbean coastline runs the gamut from the eerie desert landscapes of La Guajira in the far north to the untamed jungles near Capurganá along the Panamanian border.
Boyacá and the Santanderes
Cradle of Colombian independence, the departments of Santander and Boyacá are graced with stunning countryside, from the awe-inspiring Cañón del Chicamocha to the snowcapped peaks of the Sierra Nevada del Cocuy.
Medellín and the Coffee Region
Ambitious Medellín is known for its temperate climate and fun nightlife. For a break from the city, the Reserva Natural Río Claro makes a fantastic midweek distraction. Photogenic Paisa pueblos abound, with Jardín, Jericó, Salamina, and Salento some of the most colorful.
Cali and Southwest Colombia
Colombia’s third-largest city is a joyous one of music and dance. When the sun goes down it’s hard to resist Cali’s hypnotic salsa rhythms. To the west, beyond the endless sugarcane fields of the Valle de Cauca, stands the White City of Popayán, a historic colonial city of presidents and poets.
The Pacific Coast
The Pacific is Colombia’s wild coast, where the thick jungles of Chocó meet the beaches and endless ocean at wonderfully remote Bahía Solano and Nuquí. Warm Pacific waters are a playground for humpback whales that spend August through October here. Sea turtles are return visitors, too.
San Andrés and Providencia
The paradises of English-speaking San Andrés and Providencia offer everything you’d expect from a Caribbean island vacation.
The Amazon and Los Llanos
The Amazon rainforest is the lungs of the world. Visit an eco-lodge on the Río Yavarí, where you can take canoe rides above the treetops in the flooded jungle. Observe birds and pink dolphins by day and look for alligators as darkness falls.