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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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I first came to Colombia back in 2009 and visited many times with my wife before we moved here permanently in April 2017. Now we are in 2018 and 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 opportunity), part of it because I just use commonsense,...
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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 hike through the jungles and experience the wildlife firsthand, or roam through the coffee plantations. Others go for the vast options of extreme sports,...
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With an average temperature of 25°C (77°F) each day and lush mountains that seem to go on for an eternity, it is easy to see why Bucaramanga is considered the most beautiful city in Colombia. The people who visit go not only to relax in the beautiful nature and eat the hormigas culones (large antes with big butts), but also to enjoy extreme sports, which include rafting, kayaking, paragliding, bungee...
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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 everyone. All the people who hear of Cali, associate it with Salsa; in every street...
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