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Caucasia Vacation Packages
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The well-known city of Medellin sits 120 miles to the south of Caucasia.
Church of the Immaculate Conception and Cathedral of the Holy Family Caucasia are a couple of fascinating religious places that you're likely to enjoy.
See how enthusiastic the local fans are about their sports by seeing a game at Hannibal Monroy Orlando Stadium in Caucasia. It's 13 miles to the northwest of Caucasia. Remember to cheer for the home team with the locals.
Montelibano and Caceres are just two of the many other places worth visiting while you're in the area. They're 25 miles and 25 miles away, respectively.
If you happen to hear yourself yawning once too often, follow the lead of health-conscious locals and try mountain biking and rock climbing.
This place offers a range of relaxing outdoor activities that will help you unwind. An afternoon spent cycling or bird watching is guaranteed to take a load off your shoulders.
Learn all about the dynamic culture of the region by taking part in some guided nature walks, wildlife spotting tours, cycling tours, city walking tours and culinary tours.
While you're traveling through the region, why not push yourself to the limit and give paragliding a try?
If you are a watersports lover, you'll have a ball swimming and scuba diving.
For a window into the culture of Andean Natural Region, head straight to the region's art museums, history museums, art galleries and theaters.
Travelers should make sure to get out in the clean, fresh air at some of the region's gardens.
Let your imagination soar while you explore the historic sites found in this region. Don't leave without checking out its ruins, old towns and historic palaces.
Make your way to this region's churches and cathedrals for a moment of tranquil contemplation.
To truly understand Andean Natural Region, take your time to stop at its restaurants.
Be sure to look out for the more common regional ingredients, like rice and potato.
Tomales tolimenses and ajiaco (chicken and vegetable soup) are examples of specialty menu items with their own special flavors.
If knocking back a bottle or two of the local brew is high on your list of priorities, make your way over to the closest watering hole and order a round of Pilsen
If you are not really a drinker, coffee is a great alternative.
It's always a great idea to have a regional wine at your side when you dine out in one of the local restaurants. Casa Grajales white and Casa Grajales red are a couple of varieties that you may like to try.
The only bad thing about going on vacation is that it eventually must end. While it may be a bit tough saying "Hasta la vista" to Caucasia, keep in mind that you can always come back!
If you're looking for Caucasia's closest airport, it's approximately 85 miles away.