In the north of Colombia, lies some of the most diverse terrains in the country. Here, mountain, coast and desert converge to form the highest coastal mountain range in the world. Take to the skies and soar over the northern slopes of the Sierra Nevada de Santa Marta mountain range by helicopter for an exclusive aerial view of the renowned ‘Lost City’. Landing in a secluded section of the tundra ecosystem, visit the indigenous Kogui community, where Pelorus has gained exclusive access to this remote tribe. Take part in a humbling cultural exchange with this pre-Colombian society, who are highly attuned to their natural environment and have preserved their traditions and beliefs for over 500 years.
Take a helicopter to the most northern point of the entire continent where desert sand dunes meet the ocean, providing an impressive and unusual contrast, the most exclusive location to learn to kiteboard and windsurf.
Head south to the Los Llanos region, characterised by wetlands, rivers and lush forests, home to an extensive array of rare mammals, birds, reptiles and amphibians. Awake in your luxury eco-camp, nestled amongst the natural landscape, to the roaring sound of horses’ hooves as the Llaneros cowboys gather outside your tent. Set out on your own horses alongside these traditional cowboys to learn the epic Llaneros traditions, maintained since the 1800s. Riding barefoot, and singing their work chants, the Llaneros will teach you how to use a traditional lasso to corral cattle and capture anaconda.