Right now we are in transit in Colombia. More and more information about Colombia will appear on this page in the coming weeks.
Bogotá is the capital of Colombia and is home to more than 10 million inhabitants. The city is versatile and immense and is located at an altitude of 2,300 meters. The weather in the city is a bit cooler than other cities in Colombia, so an extra layer of clothing can’t hurt. Bogotá has some […]
Cartagena is a popular destination full of colour, music, salsa, murals and atmosphere. The city is located in the northwest of Colombia and therefore an ideal base for visiting the sights in the north. Cartagena is an attraction in itself where you can easily enjoy yourself for a few days. The city never stands still. […]
The north of Colombia is a vast area that contains rugged beaches, colonial cities, desert and rainforest. What is there to do in this region? Visit the mountain village of Minca, hike a 4-day trip to the lost city, go sandboarding in the Guajira desert or surf at Palomino. Minca Hidden between the mountains of […]
Hidden between the big cities of Bogotá and Bucaramanga you will find San Gil. Not only is it a nice town to stay in, it is also a great place for activities in the Chicamocha Canyon and a day trip to hidden gems Barichara and Guana. It is a pity, or rather nice, that these […]
With a depth of up to 2000 meters and a length of 227 kilometers, the Chicamocha Canyon is the second largest canyon in the world. The Chicamocha River flows through the canyon. It bridges both the Santander and Boyacá regions and is also known as Panachi. Due to the deep gorges and steep rock walls, […]
The town of Villa de Leyva is about a 4-hour drive from Bogotá. Built in the 16th century and one of the best preserved colonial cities in Colombia. And to preserve it, it was declared a national monument in 1954. A popular base in the weekends for residents of Bogotá due to the peaceful location […]
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