Colombia is entirely willing to welcome all its visitors in the warmest way in any season of the year, but if you want to travel and visit each of the wonders of this quiet way you will want to avoid the end of the year and the second week of the April, because most Colombians usually take vacations and take the opportunity to be tourists in their own country, although if you like it you can do it and enjoy the warmth and kindness that highlights Colombians.
If within your plans you are visiting sites such as The Lost City, you should keep in mind that although it is always feasible to visit it, it will be better to do it in the driest periods, the months like June, July, August, December January and February are ideal to visit this Majestic place immersed
in the top of the Sierra Nevada.
On the contrary, if you want to visit places closer to the mainland such as the portentous River of the 5 colors or Caño Cristales, you should be aware that it is only open to the public 6 months a year, from June to November and sometimes until the first days of December,
although with some variations regarding the weather.
If you are looking for other types of adventures such as whale watching it is essential that you know that not all the beaches in the country are ideal to this, these cetaceans make a journey of more than 8,000 km from Antarctica to the Colombian Pacific where in their warm waters they can rest, mate and give birth and this only in the months of June until the end of November,
Bahía solano and Nuquí in Chocó, Málaga Bay in Valle del Cauca, Gorgona National Park in Cauca and Tumaco in Nariño are the places where you can enjoy at watching such majestic and colossal animals.