Find out the best things to do in Cartagena, a historic city and UNESCO World Heritage Site on the Caribbean coast of Colombia.
Read all about the latest travel visa requirements for Colombia, including the various types of visas and how to apply, if needed.
Providencia Island, Colombia is home to the world’s third-largest barrier reef and spectacular snorkeling and diving conditions.
San Andres Island offers travelers beautiful turquoise waters, sandy beaches, and a taste of Colombian culture in the Caribbean.
An ultimate list of things to do in Medellin, Colombia including a ride on the metro cable car, museums, nightlife recommendations, and more.
If you’re thinking about visiting Colombia, it’s important to keep in mind these three important things to ensure a fun and safe experience.
Ryan finds Colombia’s best sushi at Arigato, celebrating its 10-year anniversary and owned by a Japanese immigrant who moved to Bogotá almost 20 years ago.
Ryan finds the best places to eat in one of Latin America’s biggest cities by following the Bogotá Foodie, whose food tours cover the Colombian capital.
Ryan finishes his two-part series with Bogotá vs Medellín: Recreation, Safety and Transportation, then gives us his final recommendations on each city.
Ryan compares the two biggest Colombian cities, both of which he has called home, in Bogotá vs Medellín: Culture, Dining and the Economy.
In the first of a two part series, Dave shares the destinations he visited while traveling South America from January to August 2012.
Cabo de la Vela is a small village on La Guajira Peninsula, Colombia.
La Guajira Peninsula is a desert environment along the coast of northern Colombia.
A recap of my 24 hour visit to El Cabo San Juan in Colombia’s Parque Tayrona.
Taganga is a popular beach destination on Colombia’s Caribbean coast.
A detailed account of being robbed in Medellin, Colombia.
Horseback riding to La Cueva del Esplendor (“Cave of Splendor”) outside Jardin, Colombia.
I’ve been spending six months per year in Medellin, Colombia since 2009. Here’s what I’ve been up to the first three months of 2011.