The Tatacoa Desert: Exotic warm landscapes, of reddish and gray soil, fertile mountains with blue tonalities fill the horizon. Usually the blues of the clear sky are dyed with orange at dawn or dusk, remembering the origins of the Huila word. This territory is characterized for being a natural window to the observation of the sky for astronomy activities.
Rivera: In the warm valley of Alto Magdalena, a destination of intense greens, lulled by the breeze of the eastern mountain range where medicinal waters sprout for health and well-being. The green heart of Huila and craddle of the poet Jose Eustasio Rivera.
San Agustin: In the foothills of the Colombian Massif, for thousands and hundreds of years has remained the memory of a pre-Columbian culture that embodied in stones, its cult of life and death, leaving us testimony of its existence and the enigma of its development and history.