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Antioquia at a Glance

Antioquia, famous for its charming Pueblos, has magnificent landscapes with imposing mountains, waterfalls, a surreal monolith and an extensive variety of sceneries.
Stretching from the Caribbean to the Andes, the immense diversity of environments will make you want to discover more about this peculiar region.
And visit the  old colonial city of Santa Fé and its beautiful Metropolitan Cathedral or the picturesque village of Jardin for an authentic Colombian experience.

History and Culture

Colombia is a true mosaic of populations and this diversity is expressed through the country’s culture, folklore and art; as Indigenous, Spanish and African influences have combined to create astonishing fusions, particularly in crafts, sculpture and music.

Antioquia is a testimony of this diversity, from its distinctive colonial Pueblos to its coffee and Banana Plantations. But also by its Andean culture, such as the muleteers or musicians that greatly influenced the myths of the region.

When is the best time to visit Antioquia

In Antioquia, the summers and the winters are short and warm. However the air is humid and overcasts year round. We recommend visiting Antioquia, for hot-weather activities, from mid-December to mid-March.

What to Do in Antioquia

Antioquia is a vast region with many attractions; whether it is for adventure, ecotourism, historic or cultural experiences.
Discover the many natural parks that this region has, from the heavy jungles of Las Orquídeas to the scenic waterfalls of Los Katíos and high mountains of Parramillo.

Or explore the colourful Guatapé and the surreal Peñol monolith, overlooking a magnificent lake of the same name.
And have a taste of the Colombian culture and history in the streets of the famous Pueblitos, by enjoying the old colonial architecture of Santa Fé de Antioquia to the artisans of Jerico.

The Keteka difference

Keteka grants access to authentic activities run by local tour operators and guides. You can book and secure your place in advance, and we will take care of everything else. We’ll let you know where to go or where you will be picked up and at what time.


How to get to Antioquia

By Plane

There are 6 operational airports with daily commercial flights in Antioquia.

International Airport

José María Córdova (MDE) in Rionegro, serves Medellín.

National Airports

Olaya Herrera (EOH) in Medellín.

Antonio Roldán Betancourt (APO) located in the municipality of Carepa

Regional Airports (All located in the North of the department)

Juan H. White Airport (CAQ) in Caucasia

El Tomin (EBG), in the municipality of El Bagre

Otú Airport (OTU) in the municipality of Remedios