In Quindio you may find different tourist attractions to visit
A short walk away is the “Paraiso del bambú y la guadua”, a place certainly worth a visit to see the largest collection of species of bamboo and guadua in Colombia.
More information: www.bambuturismo.com
Tel: (+57)317 423 1906 – (+57) 316 241 1412
Finca El Bambusal, vereda La Esmeralda.
Filandia is a town and municipality in the northern part of the department of Quindío, Colombia. It is located on the west side of Cordillera Central of the Andes mountain range running through central Colombia, 26 km north of the departmental capital Armenia. It is the northernmost of twelve municipalities that form Quindío, the second smallest department of Colombia. It houses a small community economically supported by agriculture and tourism. Although coffee is the major agricultural product, the municipality's diverse ecosystem makes it perfect for the production of numerous fruits and vegetables.
More information: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Filandia,_Quind%C3%ADo
Salento is a town and municipality in the north-east of the department of Quindío, Colombia. The municipality covers an area of 377.67 km2. It was the first settlement in Quindío of the modern era, and the first municipality founded in the department. The town of Salento itself is located 24 km northeast of the departmental capital Armenia. In 2005 the municipality of Salento had an estimated population of 7247, of which 3597 lived in the main urban zone.
More information: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Salento,_Quind%C3%ADo
The Cocora valley (Spanish: Valle de Cocora) is a valley in the department of Quindío in the country of Colombia. It is located in the Central Cordillera of the Andean mountains. "Cocora" was the name of a Quimbayan princess, daughter of the local chief Acaime, and means "star of water" (Spanish: estrella de agua).
The valley is part of the Los Nevados National Natural Park, incorporated into the existing national park by the Colombian government in 1985. It is the principal location of the national tree and symbol of Colombia, the Quindío wax palm (Ceroxylon quindiuense), as well as a wide variety of other flora and fauna (some endangered), all of which are protected under the park's national status.
More information: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cocora_Valley