Millions of travelers visit Colombia every year. If it’s not the allure of the sandy beaches, it is the vibrant culture that will draw you in instead. Festivals, authentic food, …
When the opportunity to partake in an Ayahuasca ceremony in the Colombian Amazon presented itself, I decided to try it and to face my inner demons. Did it change my life?
After nine weeks in Colombia, I am sharing my favorite travel experiences in Colombia with you – including beaches, street art, hikes, salsa dancing, coffee and more!
The 5-day hike to Colombia’s Lost City, or Ciudad Perdida, through the jungle and the Sierra Nevada mountains, is one of South America’s most spectacular treks.
If you find yourself in Cartagena, chances are that you’ll end up visiting the Totumo Mud Volcano. But beware: there are quite a few things nobody tells you before you go..
Palomino made me feel like we had stumbled upon a secluded Caribbean paradise – postcard-worthy Caribbean beaches, but no crowds and a tropical getaway for little money!
Minca wasn’t in my original plans for Colombia, but a reader of mine insisted I go check it out. Well I am glad I did as I was told because Minca turned out to be fantastic!
This week’s Polaroid features Colombia’s stunning Tayrona National Park, which stretches along the Caribbean, offering pristine beaches and jungle hikes.
I’ve arrived in Colombia – in Cartagena, to be precise, a city I’ve been dreaming of visiting for years. My start to my 4th round of Latin America travels was off to a great start…