The Colombian Caribbean region, is a very particular sector of the country’s geography, there converges a mixed culture, resulting from the mixture of Amerindian, African, Spanish and of course Arab-Jewish elements, the latter, originated in late punctual migrations that, settled in Caribbean territory.
Within the cultural customs of the Caribbean region the people are known as coast people and have well-defined characteristics: they are cheerful, of a peaceful temperament, optimistic, friendly, very hospitable, solidarity for excellence; the coastal man is in love, and jealously retains family ties.
In the Caribbean region, the tropical sheet climate occurs in the continental plain, with average temperatures of 27°C, with periods of rain and droughts throughout the year.
The Caribbean region is predominantly a vast coastal plain that, presents a territory with few relief accidents and low elevations
The Caribbean region is crossed by countless rivers, such as the Cauca, which drain its waters into the Magdalena River, which in turn flows into Bocas de Ceniza, in the Caribbean Sea.
The great coastal plain of the Caribbean region, is a land suitable for extensive agriculture, where it is cultivated among others, bananas, rice, sugar cane, cocoa, oil palm, yucca, corn, cotton, banana, coconut