Bounded on the North by the Atlantic Sea and the west by the Pacific Ocean, Colombia is the house of 10% of the endemic (that are not found naturally anywhere else) animal species in the world. Hosting 1,800 species of birds, it is home to the famous Amazon rainforest where pink dolphins live.
Colombia has the second-highest level of biodiversity in the world with its capital city Bogotá thriving at 2,644 meters above sea level, making it one of the highest cities in South America.
The country is popularly known for its multicultural aura, vast gastronomy, and opulent history, making it one of the most preferred landmarks for tourists all over the world. To add to their irrevocable experiences, Colombia boasts of people known for their kindness, warmth, and hearts big enough to make the travelers feel at home.
It’s the pride of a large Latin culture in Australia.
Come along and discover the wonderful mixture of colours and the large variety of orchids, including the “Cattleya trianae”, its national flower.