Colombia’s Pacific coast is hard to get to, but provides travelers with some of the world’s best whale watching plus surfing, diving and visiting villages.
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Colombia, visiting Bogota, Cartagena Colombia, seeing the Gold Museum, the Cathedral of Salt, and the shining seaside walled city of Cartagena.
Cycling through rural Colombia: Brad Hall provides tips and photos from a long bike trip he took through the Andes mountains in Colombia and Bogota.
Colombia: William Karz describes the attractions of Medellin and Cartagena, Colombia and its environs.
Tejo is Colombia’s own special fascinating game. Tejos, small spheres of iron, are thrown at clay triangles filled with gunpowder that explode.
Colombia’s Choco province, visiting the small villages of Nuqui, El Valle and Bahia Salono on the Pacific Coast for jungle trekking and whale watching.
The author describes a trip to Colombia’s Choco province, visiting the small villages of Nuqui, El Valle and Bahia Salono on the Pacific Coast of Colombia for jungle trekking and whale watching.
Colombia’s Coffee Triangle in Pereira, Manizales, and Armenia, where you can enjoy splendid scenery, smoked trout and traditional Colombian hospitality.
Medellin, Colombia. Max Hartshorne visits Medellin, Colombia and sees a city that has come back from the brink with the civil war over and economy thriving.
San Andres Colombia: The archipelago of San Andres and Providencia Colombia 137 miles east of Central America and 442 miles north of Colombia. Laid back!
Pilar Quintana and Conor McShannon write about their efforts to conserve the amazingly diverse plants and wildlife on Colombia’s Pacific Coast.
A visit to the Caribbean beaches and the city of Santa Marta, Colombia, with nearby villages such as Minca, Palomino and the big national park, Tayrona.