The Magdalena Valley of the Huila Department, Colombia is host to volcanic province, found to the east of the Cordillera Central of the Colombian Andes. The province consists of vents and flows composed of a range of alkaline, basic to ultrabasic lithologies. Occurrences are found across four areas: San Agustín – San José de Isnos, La Argentina, Ororapa – San Roque, and Acevedo. Alkali olivine basalts, mela-tephriphonolites, and nepheline basanites are the main components of the San Agustín, San José de Isnos, and Ororapa – San Roque areas, with the latter two rock types containing normative nepheline. In the Acevedo area, the main components are ultrabasic lavas corresponding to mafitic nephelinites, occasionally entraining peridotite nodules. Whole rock and trace element data and Rittmann Norms for the lithologies mentioned can be found in Kroonenberg et al. (1982).