Colombia's Caribbean coast has a host of wonderful beaches, most of which remain completely undeveloped. To the West, the San Bernardo Islands and Capurgana are rarely visited but offer lovely empty beaches in addition to fantastic scuba diving. Further East, there's more undeveloped beaches at the Guarija Peninsula, in addition to visits to indigenous Wayuu villages.
Colombia's rainforest backed beaches of the Pacific Coast are remote, and while security considerations advise against travel to certain regions, others are safe to visit. The whole coastline is great rainforest tours and also for surfing - the town of Nuqui is the best base for surfers. Bahia Solano is another small resort on the Pacific, and a perfect base for deep sea fishing.
Colombia offers more than just beaches though. The huge range of activities is immense, and one could easily send over a month and still have only seen a small piece of what the country offers...read more »