Sierra Nevada de Santa Marta National Nature Park
The park starts at sea level then climbs towards the summits, 5 775m up. This mountain range is the highest coastal massif in the world. Some 30 000 members of the Kogi, Wiwa, Arhuaco and Kamkuamo tribes live there, cultivating cacao, plantains, sugar cane, coffee and potatoes. The park encompasses an incredible variety of habitats, many animals (tapirs, pumas, jaguars) and all sorts of birds.