The Colombian Massif is a mountainous group of the Colombian Andes that covers the departments of Cauca and Nariño, to the south is the Nudo de los Pastos and to the north are the Central and Eastern mountain ranges.
It is identified as one of the largest water reservoirs, the Colombian Massif is better known as the water star of Colombia, because rivers such as the Patía (from the Pacific slope), the Cauca and the Magdalena (from the Pacific slope) are born from it. Caribbean), and the Putumayo and Caquetá (from the Amazon basin).
The department of Nariño in Colombia has a mixture of attractive attributes for both Colombian tourists and those who come from anywhere in the world.
Nariño offers rivers, lagoons, nature reserves, canyons, beaches, volcanoes and moors, among many other natural wonders.
Nariño is also crafts, gastronomy and architecture. It is suitable for recreation, mountaineering and athletics, for paragliding and for setting up your own coffee route. and if you like mountaineering, the Galeras volcano is the ideal place; the route starts at the sanctuary.
Nariño is full of places to relax, meditate and pilgrimage. If what you are looking for is a religious or architectural tour, in many places in Nariño you will be able to appreciate unique buildings. There is, for example, the Sanctuary of Our Lady of Las Lajas, the second architectural wonder of Colombia after the Salt Cathedral of Zipaquirá.
It is a neo-gothic church from 1868, The department offers other options for pilgrimage, such as the Sanctuary of the Virgen de la Playa, in San Pablo, the Nuestra Señora de Las Mercedes parish church, or the Basilica of Nuestra Señora del Rosario in the municipality of Sandoná.
Finally, you can give yourself a spiritual rest in the Cascadas del Espíritu Santo or in the hot springs of the same name.