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January 8, 2018
In Colombia, there are more than 85 NGO agencies dedicated to protecting indigenous communities, vulnerable areas of nature, and the animals that live in them. They are found in areas such as the Amazon, the Pacific coast, the Caribbean, Central Colombia, Eastern, and others. These institutions work in different ways to finance their projects, some...
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I can honestly say I have never felt like I have been in danger! I think part of it is because I don’t “give papaya” (don’t show off expensive things and give an opportunity), part of it because I just use commonsense. I just don’t think it’s as dangerous in this country as the media...
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Eco-tourism has been growing very fast in Colombia since 2012, when peace negotiations between the FARC and Colombian government began in Cuba. Places that in the past were not possible to visit now receive tourists from all over the world for a variety of reasons. Many hikes through the jungles and experience the wildlife firsthand,...
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Church, Barichara
Bucaramanga has more than 220 parks and green areas. For this reason, ecotourism is a great attraction for many visitors, with parks such as Parque del Agua, which is 3.6 hectares and contains many places to swim and enjoy a relaxing stroll. In addition, one of the most representative parks in the region is the...
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Located just a few hours from the Pacific Ocean and an amazing whale watching experience is Cali – The Salsa Capital of South America if not the world. With a large statue of Christ the King looking at down onto the city, churches and historic buildings, beautiful rivers, lakes, and parks, Cali has something for...
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Travel Light
Really what I am about to mention here can be used for traveling in almost any country in the world. I’ve been lucky enough to experience life in many countries; I’ve walked through some amazing jungles, swam in piranha-infested rivers, climbed amazing mountains, and relaxed on some of the most beautiful beaches in the world....
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Pereira is located in the center of the Coffee Triangle, with the Hot Springs of Santa Rosa and Manizales to the North; and Salento and Armenia to the south. In every direction from Pereira, there are many fincas (country estate) and beautiful plantations of coffee and platano (similar to bananas). Just outside of Pereira is...
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Located at the base of the Sierra Nevada in the Caribbean is Santa Marta. Founded in 1525 by the Spaniards it is the oldest Spanish city in Colombia and home to the Tairona indigenes for more than 2000 years. It also has many beautiful beaches such as Playa Blanca and Bahia Concha and is the...
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There may not be a better place in the world to relax than in the temperate crystal clear waters of the Caribbean sea surrounding San Andrés. This is quite simply a paradise for divers, snorkelers, and adventurers alike. A place where it is easy to get lost in your imagination, discover peace and tranquility, and...
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Founded in 1533 and with just as much relevance for the export of Peruvian silver as for the importation of African slaves. Cartagena is a city overflowing with history, music, bright colors, a fort, and a grand old city with 4 km of stonewalls to protect it. Looking to book your Cartagena tours? Then be...
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