After the last 15-months, who doesn’t want to pack their bags, hop on a plane, and get to know a new exciting country? Yet how do you do that without leaving a hole in your wallet?
For those wondering where to stay in Cartagena, here is a complete guide on the best places to stay in Cartagena, Colombia, for different budgets. Hot, sultry and electrifying, Cartagena is a vibrant city bursting with character, culture and history.
It’s impossible to not fall in love with Cartagena. Get to know the city inside out with Nellie Huang’s list of fun things to do in Cartagena Colombia. Colombia’s Caribbean sweetheart is a city of colors and culture, where the energy is impalpable and the heat relenting.
According to the Environmental Investigation Agency (EIA), there are known links between protected ecosystems, cattle ranching and the supply chain behind the beef sold in Colombia.…
Ranking number 6 on Bloomberg’s list of ‘new’ Seven World Wonders is San Agustin in Colombia with ancient pre-Colombian burial structures.
Beautifully frozen in time and unaffected by crowds of tourists—Allegra Zagami guarantees you won’t find any bachelorette parties here.
Miles of rolling mountains in the Andean rainforest and colorful colonial-era towns: Here’s what it’s like to travel through Colombia’s Coffee Triangle; Lisa Marion Smith; Business Insider
It was a minor culture shock to go from Colombia’s cloudy, cold, and cosmopolitan capital to Pereira: hot, mountain tropical, and a mere 4,600 feet.
Take a journey back in time when you visit the delightful Colombian trading port, a Unesco World Heritage site…
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Cartagena, set on Colombia’s Caribbean coast, is becoming a must-visit, especially for Americans and Canadians enjoying new, convenient flight routes. Find out the best things to do in one of South America’s most exciting cities.
Cartagena’s narrow streets and gorgeous architecture have made its Old Town one of Latin America’s most popular destinations.
The smallest farms are being hit the hardest…
The port of Cartagena de Indias, as the city on the north coast of Colombia is officially called, has always been of great significance to the country. In pre-Columbian times the combative Carib Indians offered strong resistance to all the colonizing expeditions that tried to land on their beaches.
The most charming elements of Colombia’s colonial towns have been wonderfully preserved, giving each a sense of magic in the air.
The mysterious statues of San Agustín and underground tombs of Tierradentro, in southern Colombia, are finally rising from the dead after being off-limits for decades.
Colombia’s Serrania de Chiribiquete Natural National Park is home to nearly 3,000 animal and plant species…