Happy Colombians

En nuestros posts anteriores ya hemos visto como muchos expats han venido a Colombia y han quedado completamente enamorados del país, tanto que decidieron quedarse en Colombia y nos preguntamos, ¿Qué ha pasado con el viajero colombiano? Aunque somos muy patrióticos y por supuesto amamos nuestro país tristemente la mayoría no conocemos muchos de los sitios que […]

Cucunuba, Cundinamarca

Here at See Colombia Travel, we spend a lot of time banging on about the beauty and charm of Colombia’s many fascinating colonial towns. Sure, Villa de Leyva’s cobbled square and quaint streets have rightly made it one of Colombia’s main tourist destinations. Barichara’s red roofs and abundance of pretty churches make it an obvious […]

Colombian flags flying in Cartagena

If you want to read this post in English click here. Imagina que te encuentras en este escenario: ganaste un concurso en el que el primer premio es poder visitar tantos países como sea posible en una semana. La condición es que solo tienes dos horas para estar en cada país, además tienes que elegir […]

Laura flies through the air in San Gil

In a country rife with opportunities for adventure it’s quite a thing to be crowned the ‘Adventure Capital of Colombia’. But then San Gil is quite a place. Offering opportunities for an abundance of adventure in Colombia, including rafting, biking, sailing, abseiling, climbing, caving, swimming, rappelling, paintballing, kayaking, hydrospeeding, paragliding and (incredibly) more, San Gil is a haven for veteran adrenaline […]

Abstract   Despite the widely-held assumption that Bogotá has terrible weather, our results, which come mainly from our experience of a Bogota bicycle tour, demonstrate that there is a possibility for the contraction of erythema due to exposure to high levels of ultra violet light (sunburn). Furthermore, we have unocovered further evidence to support the […]