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…
From hot & sweaty Cartagena, I traveled up the coast to some of Colombia’s famous Caribbean beaches – and I was not disappointed, despite a scary incident…
After checking out some of Colombia’s Caribbean beaches, it was time to cool off in the mountains, and so we went to Minca in the Sierra Nevada for waterfalls & mountain hikes.
Villa de Leyva is the most picturesque village I’ve seen in Colombia so far! Bright white houses, cobble stones, churches that date back to the 16th century….
Bogotá doesn’t have the best reputation – the more surprised was I when I arrived in Colombia’s capital and discovered that it’s actually a pretty cool city!
One of the highlights of my travels through Colombia: the 4-day jungle trek to Teyuna, Colombia’s Ciudad Perdida.. the fabled lost city of the Tayrona people.
In my monthly round-ups, I share the best and the worst of the past four weeks, where I’ve been, and what’s next for me! February 2016 was all about Colombia.
I’d been wanting to visit Medellin for years, and now I finally made it to Colombia’s second city. Read on to find out what I got up to in Fernando Botero’s hometown!
A visit to Colombia’s coffee region and the beautiful Valle De Cocora was something I’d been looking forward to for a long time – and this week I finally made it to Salento, a small town in the heart of the zona cafetera.
I spent eight days exploring Colombia’s Amazonas region – a week filled with swimming in the Amazon, spotting pink river dolphins, an Ayahuasca ceremony, and much more…