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Things to do in Colombia

Travel to Colombia

Travel to Colombia, a multi-coastal country where Central and South America meet. Colombia is known for its coffee plantations, snorkelling, archaeological sites including the Tierradentro as well as the infamous Lost City. You can enjoy excellent South American cuisine at great prices. Such prices extend to many reasonable accommodations as well. Columbia is filled with a wide spectrum of biodiversity and you’ll want to take lots of pictures of the bats and monkeys, snakes and whales you’ll spot on your tours through the jungles and parks, as well as off shore trips both in the Pacific and Atlantic. While visiting archaeology sites, you’ll have the chance to see open burial tombs at Tierradentro National Park. The Lost City became un-lost in 1972, and you’ll find yourself wowed by the over 160 terraces being slowly reclaimed by the earth in this spectacular site built in the mountainside. If you enjoy dancing and music, especially salsa, Colombia does not disappoint. So remember to bring your dancing shoes or plan on picking up a fancy pair when you shop in Cartagena, Bogota, or any of the other lively Colombian cities you make your way through.

Barranquilla

Located on Colombia’s Caribbean coast, the lively city of Barranquilla is visited mainly because of its huge annual carnival. The locals are friendly and open to tourists and you will feel at home even if you come from the other side of the world. The city’s nightlife is extraordinary and the people in the city love to party. Read more about Barranquilla…

Cali

Cali is located in southwestern Colombia and faces the vast Pacific Ocean. It is regarded as the world’s salsa capital because of the city’s fondness with salsa music and dance. Read more about Cali…

Cartagena

Cartagena, a city on Colombia’s northern coast, is one of the best Caribbean destinations. It features powdery-sand beaches, a well-preserved historic center, and a vivid nightlife, all of which add to the unique charm and beauty of the city. The city is a very colorful place that has different sorts of attractions for tourists of any gender or age! Read more about Cartagena…

Manizales

Manizales, one of the cities in the Colombian Coffee-Growers Axis, is one of the most ideal holiday destinations in central Colombia. The city is dotted with cultural attractions, nightlife venues, and hot springs, all of which are eye candies to a wandering tourist. Read more about Manizales…

Medellin

Medellin, a valley city surrounded by picturesque mountain ranges, is a very progressive city in Colombia. From one of the most dangerous cities in the world, Medellin has transformed into an innovative economic and cultural hub that attracts thousands of tourists each year. Read more about Medellin…

Pereira

Pereira is the capital of Risaralda department, Colombia. It is located in a lush valley that specializes in coffee production. A huge portion of Pereira’s population consists of students because there are plenty of universities in the city. This results in a much richer nightlife scene, youth-oriented landmarks, and various sports adventures that locals and tourists can engage in. Read more about Pereira…

Santa Maria

Santa Marta, located on the northern coast of Colombia, is a vital port and a prime holiday destination that caters to all kinds of tourists, may they be divers, backpackers, campers, or beachcombers. Read more about Santa Maria…