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about Colombia in english and spanish (puedes leernos en español aquí ) , was created to smash the widespread and long outdated stereotypes about this astonishing country.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.
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Having celebrated 24 Christmas seasons at home with my family in the United States, I am pretty used to the traditions, songs, and festivities. This year it is all brand new as I spend the holidays in my new adopted home of Colombia! So how different could it be? Well here is a breakdown [...]
Yesterday marked the anniversary of the death of Simon Bolivar on December 17th, 1830. Although the man commonly known as ‘The Liberator’ was born in Venezuela (Caracas in 1783), many of Bolivar’s greatest triumphs and disasters took place in what is now Colombia, during and after the Wars of Independence which have made him [...]
Sin lugar a dudas, Mistura se ha convertido en la feria gastronómica más importante de América, ratificando su posición a lo largo de 7 años consecutivos. Quizás el hecho de que Lima es considerada la Capital Gastronómica del continente contribuya a que los ojos del mundo se posen en este evento que tuvo, por objetivo inicial, acercar al [...]
Here at See Colombia Travel we are passionate about showing the beauty and magic of Colombia to the world, and the list of remarkable destinations in this country makes that job easy to be honest: Tayrona, La Guajira, Amazonas, El Choco…the list could go for a whole blog post! However, an area that is [...]
Who doesn’t love a waterfall?! The thrill of experiencing nature at it’s rawest and most elemental; the roaring rush of torrents of water crashing over a cliff edge, the spray drifting through the air: it’s no surprise that visiting waterfalls is often one of the most common travel activities you see listed at hostels [...]
Colombia is made up of 32 departments (like states or counties) and one capital district of Bogota. The diversity of these departments is hard to overstate: from the desert peninsula of La Guajira in the north to Amazonas in the south, and from the forested plains of Meta and Casanare in the east to [...]
Colombia has a number of amazing statistics: some of the world’s greatest biodiversity, nearly 20% of all known bird species, the most amphibians, around half of all the known ecosystems on the planet. There are so many enviable numbers associated with Colombia that it’s tough to narrow anything down to one humble blog post, [...]
Tejo is one of those things that nobody really believes in outside of Colombia: try telling people that the national sport of the country you live in involves chucking metal lumps at gunpowder whilst getting slowly (and often compulsorily) drunk, and they often won’t believe you, or at least assume you’re exaggerating. The game [...]
Colombia is undoubtedly an amazing country to visit and travel through; most people who come here fall head over heels for the place and can’t wait to get back! However, as much as we love to show you the beauty, magic and diversity of our adopted homeland, it’s also important to learn about the [...]
See Colombia (y nuestra chivita viajera) estuvimos disfrutando recientemente del soleado campo Antioqueño, más específicamente en Guatapé, por motivo del XIII Encuentro Nacional de Caminantes. Sin embargo, hubo suficiente tiempo para apreciar los puntos turísticos del área: la piedra del Peñol, el pueblito y el embalse de Guatapé. Tuvimos un tiempo espectacular y pronto vamos [...]