The Colombia Travel Blog, one of the most visited travel blogs about Colombia in english and spanish (puedes leernos en español aquí ) , was created to smash the widespread and long outdated stereotypes about this astonishing country.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.
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Guainia department, bordering Venezuela in the lush jungles of eastern Colombia, is home to many stunning natural and cultural attractions. Second perhaps only to the incomparable beauty of the Cerros de Mavecure is the Estrella Fluvial del Sur and the beaches of the Atabapo River, on the border between Guainia, Vichada and Venezuela… This meeting point […]
YouTube is the place to be these days – more and more people are using YouTube as a search engine for inspiration and ideas, especially when it comes to travel. You know how they say that a picture is worth a thousand words…well imagine how many words thousands of moving pictures represents! The advent of […]
No hago listas de cuantos países he visitado, no es algo que me obsesione particularmente porque no tengo como objetivo, como algunos de mis colegas travel bloggers, un número particular de territorios que ver antes de que me toque colgar la mochila de este plano existencial, sin embargo matando el tiempo durante el vuelo hacia […]
Thanks to the recent Oscar nomination (Colombia’s first) for the epic jungle feature El Abrazo de la Serpiente (‘The Embrace of the Serpent’), one Colombian adventure travel destination looks particularly set to benefit in 2016 and beyond: the Cerros de Mavecure, or Mavecure Hills, in Guainía department, near the city of Inirida, which feature […]
Punta Gallinas is the northern-most point of South America – the beginning of a continent (or ending: depends on your perspective really): the point where the vast landmass of South America meets the ocean and just stops; where Colombia becomes desert and then becomes water…If this all sounds very dramatic then you’ve never been […]
Make sure to take our other Colombia Quizzes to test your Colombia knowledge: Personality Quiz: Which Iconic Colombian Are You? Name that Colombian Fruit! How much do you know about legendary Colombian Nobel Prize winning author Gabriel García Márquez? Have you read his books, biographies, our 87 Facts about Gabo blog post!? Even all of that might […]
Palomino is fast becoming one of Colombia’s must-visit spots for visitors to the Caribbean coast: the small, beachside town offers good quality hostels, a long, palm-fringed beach, a variety of restaurants, and unparalleled access to both the Colombian Caribbean coast and the Sierra Nevada de Santa Marta. I first visited Palomino 4 years ago, as […]
Read Part 1 of the Top 10 Colombian Travel Destinations for 2016 here Continuing on from Part 1 of this guide to the 10 Colombian destinatons you have to visit in 2016, here’s Part 2: featuring red rivers, a whole department(!), a festival, a town you’ve definitely heard off (but should visit before it gets […]
So, it’s 2016, and there has never been a better time to visit Colombia and explore it’s myriad destinations, remarkable diversity, and varied culture. Of course there are the classics: no self-respecting Colombia traveler ends up missing many of Cartagena, Tayrona, Medellin, Cali or Bogota. However, there are so many incredible destinations to visit […]
2015 has been a great year for the Colombia Travel Blog: we’ve had more visitors than ever before to our blog, more followers across all of our varied social media platforms, we’ve traveled more than ever before around Colombia, we reached 1000 blog posts, and we’ve had some really successful and popular posts about […]