graffiti getsemani cartagena

  Getsemaní used to be known for very different things: this burgeoning Cartagena neighborhood of music, street-art, food and tourism was once a no-go area, famous for drugs and crime; far from the cultural epicenter of Cartagena that it now represents. With featured pieces about the area on Forbes and the NY Times (among many […]

La Victoria Caldas Colombia

  I recently took a last-minute trip to the small town of Victoria in the very south of Caldas department (so far south in fact, that much of the landscape you can see in these photos is actually Tolima), ostensibly in search of birds (the forests above the town are home to a surprisingly number […]

1000 Photos of Colombia

  The Colombia Travel Blog is 1000 posts old! So we’re celebrating with 1000 pictures of Colombia! From our first ever blog post in 2011, to our landmark 500th post in 2013 (500 Reasons We Love Colombia!), the Colombia Travel Blog has been dispensing advice about travel in Colombia for a remarkable 1000 posts and […]

Caiman Colombian Amazon

  As I’m off on a little weekend jaunt to the Pacific coast jungles of Valle del Cauca this weekend, I though I would share with you all some of my best photos of the incredibly diverse selection of wildlife that can be found in the jungles of Colombia, particularly the Amazon rainforest…I really wish […]

Popayan Colombia

  Popayan is well-known in Colombia for it’s gorgeous colonial architecture, UNESCO-recognized gastronomic culture, and it’s famous Easter celebrations. The capital of Cauca department is a small city, with less than 300,000 residents, but what it lacks in size it  more than makes up for in charm and beauty. So here’s a photo gallery of […]