Aug 30

Colombia’s Caribbean Coast in Photos: From Cartagena to La Guajira

UPDATE! Last night we were featured on two major US publications, the Huffington Post and NBC. They covered our story about Nicole, the woman that was kidnapped in Colombia 36 years ago and reunited with her family recently. This is great news, and once again we want to thank you all for helping us as we searched for Nicole’s parents.

To read our posts about Nicole, click here.

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For many, travel to Colombia’s Caribbean Coast consists of wandering the impeccable streets of Cartagena, and perhaps a visit to the beaches of Tayrona National Park.

The Caribbean Coast, however, is one of the most varied regions of the country, and is rich in culture, nature and idyllic beaches.

We figure a picture speaks a thousand words, and so why carry on typing? Here are some incredible pictures from Colombia’s Caribbean Coast:

Sunset in Barranquilla
Sunset in Barranquilla (photo credit:  Cath Ortega)
San Andres
San Andres

Cartagena
Cartagena
Parque Tayrona
Parque Tayrona
Taganga
Fishing boats on Taganga’s coast
Marimonda Mask at Barranquilla's Carnival
Marimonda Mask at Barranquilla’s Carnival (photo credit:  Michele Mariani)
View from the Pilon de Azucar
View from the Pilon de Azucar, La Guajira
Cartagena's enchanting streets
Cartagena’s enchanting streets
Providencia (the crabs come at night)
Providencia
Carnival time in Barranquilla!
Carnival time in Barranquilla!
El Cabo, Tayrona National Park
El Cabo, Tayrona National Park
San Andres, Colombia
San Andres, Colombia
Architecture in Santa Marta
Architecture in Santa Marta
A village en route to the Lost City
A village en route to the Lost City
The beach at Cabo de La Vela
The beach at Cabo de La Vela, La Guajira
Get Your Fruit! Cartagena
Get Your Fruit!, Cartagena

Paul

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