Off the Beaten Path Destinations near Bogotá, Colombia

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17 August 2016

Off the Beaten Path Destinations near Bogotá, Colombia

There are certain landmarks and destinations around the world that tourists just flock to – Machu Picchu, the Eifel Tower, Times Square. You can’t blame the tourists that rush to these places, as these sites are uniquely wonderful. But sometimes you just need to get away from the crowds and experience a new country via the road less traveled.

4 Benefits of Taking a Tour in Colombia

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10 August 2016

4 Benefits of Taking a Tour in Colombia

We can all picture the vacation tour from hell: A large group of sweaty, complaining tourists meandering through narrow streets. The overly chipper tour guide who incessantly yells out facts long past the group stopped listening. The cheesy tourist traps that seem to be on every itinerary.

Happy 478th Birthday Bogota and the Battle of Boyacá Celebrations!

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06 August 2016

Happy 478th Birthday Bogota and the Battle of Boyacá Celebrations!

Almost 300 years separate the historical events that took place, but the 6th and 7th of August are incredibly important historical dates for the city of Bogota. This year the dates fall on a Saturday and Sunday, marking a weekend full of celebrations and festivities across Colombia’s capital

Do’s and Don’ts When Visiting Bogotá, Colombia

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25 September 2017

Do’s and Don’ts When Visiting Bogotá, Colombia

While riding a cable car down the majestic Monserrate mountain in Bogotá, Colombia, I slowly turned to my friend and told him I wasn’t feeling well. My knees started to buckle and I lost all the color in my face. After what felt like an hour, but was in reality only five minutes, the cable car made it back to ground level and I promptly got sick all over the place.

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