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Travel Tips to Help You Enjoy Colombia Adventure If you’re still in the planning stage of your Colombian Experience and would like some local advice, along with a printable What to Pack checklist, contact us here for an obligation free quote, and a local travel expert will be in touch within 24hours. We have many tips and tricks to help you enjoy your stay here in Colombia that we’ll be sharing...
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Preparing for Your Colombia Adventure Like some local advice, along with a printable What to Pack checklist? Contact us here for an obligation free quote, and a local travel expert will be in touch within 24hours. Before boarding that plane and making one of the best decisions of your life to come and visit the beautiful country of Colombia, we want to give you our top 5 recommendations to prepare for...
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  What to Take on Your Ultimate Colombia Experience Want your personal printable PDF checklist? Just contact us here, and we’ll send one to you within 24 hours. The majority of people immediately assume that the weather is hot in South America, however because of the higher elevation in the Andes, the temperature level can really feel fairly chilly, specifically in the evening. Remember that although near the Equator, the greater...
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Zipaquirá is decorated with the Salt Cathedral that talks to the world about history, culture, tradition, architecture, gastronomy, religiosity, and progress. Which makes it a great tourist attraction for those curious world walkers who want to know the roots of a culture first hand and contemplate with their own eyes the wonderful engineering work that brings together the salt mine and its surroundings. Both Colombians and foreigners feel the religious...
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The cobbled streets, the colonial structures, the monuments, the churches, the beautiful landscapes, and the great stories that were created in each corner made this beautiful municipality located 40 km from Tunja, the capital of the department of Boyacá in Colombia. Declared in 1954 as a National Monument, making it a tourist destination for those who wanted a magical tour to a place where it seems that time stopped many...
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Colombia is a country of resilience and the best place to attribute it is Comuna 13. There tourists get the opportunity to see how art is tangled with the history of a neighborhood far from the rich areas of Medellin, where most tourists stay during their travels. The neighborhood is hidden in the mountains of Medellín, a place where a few years ago was the most dangerous area in Medellín....
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Bogotá is the capital of Colombia and is located at 2600 meters above sea level, offering a great culture, education, entrepreneurship, leisure, gastronomy, and fun for locals and strangers. Visitors who want to learn about the idiosyncrasy, tradition, and religiosity of this city cannot miss the opportunity to visit the historic center of Candelaria and the magnificent Monserrate hill. La Candelaria with its colonial houses and cobbled streets recalls the...
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This beautiful town is located 110 kilometers from Bucaramanga, the capital of the department of Santander in Colombia, is embodied in beauty, history, and tradition. Its cobblestone streets and colonial buildings of tapia, which are mixed with religious fervor and the kindness of its people, is a tourist attraction for all those who want to enjoy a place full of magic. Barichara promises tranquility with a wide range of lodgings...
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Tayrona National Park was proclaimed a nature reserve in 1969, due to its great archaeological and biological value. Located in the department of Magdalena in Colombia, and only 45 minutes from Santa Marta; The capital of the department. Its 15,000 hectares of land, plus its 4500 hectares of marinas, provide nature lovers with beautiful landscapes where the mountains, the jungle, and the sea all meet together. Tayrona Park offers visitors...
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Colombia is impregnated with natural wonders among which we find exotic destinations such as the Totumo Mud Volcano, located in the municipality of Galera Zamba about 45 minutes from Cartagena, Capital of the department of Bolívar; where the visitor, after climbing stairs of about 20 meters, immerses themselves in an unparalleled experience when he feels throughout his body the gray and dense liquid found in the crater of the volcano,...
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Colombia is a country full of contrasts and natural wealth, where known and strangers get drunk with the magical landscapes offered by their different regions. In the coffee zone of the department of Quindío, is the municipality of Calarcá; only 7km from Armenia, its capital; ready to offer its visitors beautiful landscapes adorned with the magical colors of heliconias and butterflies; the unmistakable aroma of freshly roasted coffee; In addition...
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In Colombia, there are more than 85 NGO agencies dedicated to protecting indigenous communities, vulnerable areas of nature, and the animals that live in it. 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 through tourism and others only with donations. These NGOs are registered in Colombia as organizations...
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