Tayrona National Park
This park extends for 85 kilometers along the coastline and is rich with wildlife such as iguanas and monkeys. There are also tours available to see the surrounding archaeological sites and relics.
Parque Nacional Old Providence
This park is made up of Providencia, a mountainous areas, waterfalls, and impressive steep cliffs dropping straight to the sea. There are plenty of climbing, hiking, and horseback riding opportunities which provide the adventurer with exquisite views of the surrounding landscapes.
Parque Nacional Los Nevados
This park provides visitors with an exciting climb to the summit of the Nevado del Ruiz Volcano while experienced climbers may even partake on an excursion from the snowline up to the volcano's crater.
Tierradentro Archaeological Park
This park is famous for the manmade burial caves painted with geometric patterns. The four different cave sites and surrounding attractions are home to various tombs, stone statues, and other relics.
Known as the Valley of the Statues, this UNESCO World Heritage Site is home to hundreds of stone figures of men, animals, and gods that date back to roughly 3300BCE while some are as new as the second century CE. There are 20 different sites, and the hiking through the area is most enjoyable.
Puracé National Park
This is the location of 78 sulfur baths as well as the nearly 5,000 meter Puracé Volcano and Pan de Azúcar. This is the starting point of Colombia's four major rivers and is a great spot for hiking and trekking.