Colombia is divided up into six natural regions. Each region has a specific climate and caracteristics because of natural factors like mountains, coasts and forests. The regions are divided up even more by political and governmental regions. The natural regions of Colombia are: Caribe, Pacífico, Andes, Orinoquía, Amazonia and Insular. The whole Colombian Pacific coast is called Pacífico, including the border with Panama and a part of the Caribbean coast. The most North region including the Carribbean coast is called Caribe. The middle region with the Andes mountains is alled Andes. It also includes part of the border with Venezuela. The most eastern and central part of Colombia is called Orinoquía. The huge region Amazonía comprises part of the Amazon rain forest and the borders with Peru and Ecuardor. All small Colombia islands together are called the Insular region.