The Colombia Travel Blog, the most visited travel blog about Colombia in english and spanish (puedes leernos en español aquí ) , was created to smash the widespread and long outdated stereotypes about this astonishing country. Our team of international travelers are passionate about sharing their fresh perspectives about traveling and living in Colombia, traveling around the world and keeping you up to date with what you're missing by not being here.
Nicole’s new life after finding her colombian family
Colombia Group Tours 2014: another of my dreams comes true
Colombia tiene el mejor blog de viajes de las Américas. !Gracias a todos!
Blog de Viajes México: La torta ahogada, la gorda y el chile picante contra mí.
El adiós de un Inglés que ama Colombia
To Buy or Not to Buy? A First-Hand Account of Buying Followers on Twitter
8 Frases que Sólo he Escuchado en Colombia
¿ Por qué elegí vivir en Colombia?
“The prettiest town in Colombia” it’s been called. A compact little hillside town on a hot plateau; all whitewashed houses, cobbled streets and red-tiled roofs. A National Monument dating all the way back to the Spanish conquest, with some of the most perfectly preserved and beautiful architecture in the Americas. Barichara should really feature [...]
I love coffee…I mean really adore it. I don’t need it to function (I don’t think I am in denial but who knows), but I genuinely love the flavor, the custom, the warmth. Well what better place to be living than the country that produces some of the best of the best. But, how many [...]
Para muchos viajar al caribe Colombiano consiste en caminar las impecables calles de Cartagena y quizás visitar el Parque Nacional Tayrona. La costa caribe colombiana, sin embargo, es una de las regiones mas variadas del país y es riquísima en cultura , naturaleza e idílicas playas. Como una imagen habla mas que mil palabras…para que [...]
So last week I shared my top tips about the things I wish I would have known before coming to live in Colombia. But it is nice to have some surprises, right? In fact, most of my favorite experiences in Colombia so far have come about while learning or finding out about parts of Colombian [...]
Well, it seems the Bogota weather curse has returned with a vengeance! After what seemed like months of pretty respectable weather by the Colombian capital’s standards, the rain is falling in buckets again. I’d almost forgotten what it was like walking down the hill for a coffee and coming back with the bottom of [...]
Este post esta auspiciado por Holiday Inn México quien nos invito a Daniel Tirado de Viajando sin Papel Higiénico y a JL Pastor de See Colombia Travel Blog a recorrer 3 destinos de este país para nuestro programa 3 Travel Bloggers, alojandonos en el Holiday Inn Express Reforma. Denle un vistazo a el video sobre Mexico DF y [...]
Now feeling at home here in Colombia, it´s funny to reflect back on the moment I arrived here in with little clue of what to expect. Let´s just say I was quite surprised by a whole bunch of things – new life, landscapes, the big city of Bogotá, new friends, neighbors and fellow Colombianos. [...]
It was International Coffee Day on Monday, and we all love a cup of the good stuff at See Colombia; luckily for us, the Colombian Coffee Triangle is one of the countries most gorgeous areas to spend some time. My personal favorite area is the town of Salento and the Cocora Valley nearby. So [...]
At this moment Colombia contains 6 UNESCO Cultural Heritage sites; one of those is the Coffee Cultural Landscape of Colombia, which was declared a World Heritage site in 2011. UNESCO describes it as “an exceptional example of a sustainable and productive cultural landscape that is unique and representative of a tradition that is a [...]
Colombia is becoming increasingly well-known for it’s incredible ecotourism and wildlife-watching opportunities, as travelers flock to the country to enjoy watching humpback whales, pink river dolphins and over 1,900 species of bird. However, what a lot of people don’t realize is that you don’t need to head hundreds of miles outside the cities to [...]