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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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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...
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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...
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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,...
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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...
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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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With about 8 million people, Bogotá is the largest city in Colombia. Visitors and locals enjoy the culture, history, gastronomy and great diversity of places that offer unique and unparalleled experiences. You will love walking amongst the old houses of La Candelaria; visiting the museums with both historical and modern artifacts; and viewing the city...
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