At Uncover Colombia, we are committed to the sustainability of our country and to generating experiences that allow our visitors to learn and contribute to this process. That is why we strive to provide quality services to our clients. We also promote excellent social, cultural, economic and environmental practices in the various destinations around the country where we market and operate. This ensures we are continuously improving processes in all our areas of action.

The following are the ethical principles we are committed to, which also comply with current regulations:

  • Share and promote good sustainability practices among our team, suppliers, customers and the general public.
  • Promote the protection of cultural and natural heritage, while preventing illegal trafficking of Colombia’s cultural assets as well as its flora and fauna in compliance to the respective established regulations.
  • Promote the purchase and consumption of goods and services produced and marketed by the local community.
  • Promote the responsible use and conservation of water.
  • Promote proper waste management among our team, customers and suppliers.
  • Promote responsible tourism by advocating for the “Prevention of Social and Commercial Exploitation of Children and Adolescents” (CSEC). Uncover Colombia denounces the sexual abuse of children. Colombian Law (Law 679 of 2001 and Law 1336 of 2009).
  • Promote and comply with quality and security policy.


Natural and cultural heritage:

We respect and promote the conservation of natural heritage. We comply with Law 17 of the 1981 "Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species of Wild Fauna and Flora" agreement, signed March 3, 1973 in Washington, D.C. We also comply with Law 1333 of 2009 that established the environmental sanctioning procedure.

We respect and promote the preservation of our cultural heritage in accordance with Law 1185 of 2008, which safeguards, protects, recovers, conserves, sustains and educates people about a country's cultural heritage. We also support the prevention and rejection of illicit trafficking of cultural properties in accordance with Law 63 of 1986, which approves the "agreement of measures to be taken to prohibit and prevent the import, export and transfer of illicit cultural goods,” signed in Paris November 17, 1970.