Earlier this year, Ximena’s family traveled 900 km of Colombia by land, here’s why she enjoyed the ride and the advantages to road trips in the country.
In the final part of this two-part series, I describe the different beaches at Aguacate, Sapzurro, and Capurgana, and the great family run Bahia Lodge.
In the first of a two-part series, I describe the overland journey from Medellín to the beaches of Choco, near Colombia’s border with Panama.
Dave and friends visit the Finca of Don Aristides, known as the Juan Valdez of the silleteros to learn more about his life and business in Santa Elena.
Located three hours by bus from Medellín, Jericó is conservative Catholic pueblo with a great history and beautiful mountain views.
Touring colonial Santa Fe de Antioquia for a history lesson with Medellín City Services.
Known as the “River of Five Colors” or “The Liquid Rainbow,” Caño Cristales is one of Colombia’s natural treasures.
I doubt there’s another country that takes December as seriously as Colombia does. This is my experience, a Christmas party with a paisa family.
Parque Poblado is the ideal outdoor spot to meet up with friends for a drink before a night out in Parque Lleras.
On their new tour in La Ceja, Entre Flores offers guests an interactive learning experience and a chance to get to know Colombia’s incredible biodiversity.