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So, you think you have heard it all about Tayrona National Park? Oh no, get ready to be dazzled! If this isn’t your first search result on Tayrona National Park (and it probably isn’t because this is by far the most popular Colombian National Park), you probably think you know everything there is to know...
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Los Nevados National Park: An invitation for YOU to BE the adventure! There are destinations on this planet that seem to be created and destined to be the scenario where great adventures take place. Most of them are man-made and are usually located in large touristic complexes. And of course, visiting them can be quite...
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Colombia, a Popular Destination for Sustainable Tourism Source: Hotel Marianza Tourism is one of the great motors of Colombia’s emerging economy, and with it, it’s about to step into the engine of sustainability. Bloomberg Market Magazine featured Colombia as the 11th most relevant emerging market in the world. This is due to the great level...
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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...
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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...
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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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