Why Baby Boomers Should Travel to Colombia

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25 October 2017

Why Baby Boomers Should Travel to Colombia

As a Baby Boomer, you can finally start enjoying longer vacation time rather than just rushed, long weekends. This means you can also take advantage and travel a little further!

And although it might seem more convenient to travel within your country, you’d be surprised at all that Colombia has to offer. So get off the beaten path and explore this next ‘it’ tourist destination! 

4 Mistakes I Made in the Coffee Region of Colombia

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18 October 2017

4 Mistakes I Made in the Coffee Region of Colombia

People I speak to who are traveling or have traveled through Colombia always rave about the Coffee Region. The fertile triangle that sits between Medellín, Bogotá and Cali never disappoints travelers due to its rural charm, beautiful sprawling mountains, and of course – the delicious coffee around every corner. While researching for my first visit to the Coffee Region, I got so caught up drooling over pictures of the area, I didn’t properly prepare. 

The Llanos Orientales: Colombia’s Magical Diamond in the Rough

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16 October 2017

The Llanos Orientales: Colombia’s Magical Diamond in the Rough

There are destinations in Colombia that are relatively well-known to tourists and travellers these days: the Coffee Region, parts of the Caribbean coast, major cities like Bogotá and Medellín – these are all spots that are firmly established on the traveller trail in Colombia. Yet, the magic of this country is that there are still so many places that have barely been discovered by travellers: one of those places is the Llanos Orientales, or Eastern Plains.

Why You Shouldn’t Travel to Cartagena, Colombia on the Cheap

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08 October 2017

Why You Shouldn’t Travel to Cartagena, Colombia on the Cheap

It’s no wonder why Cartagena is on everyone’s must-see list while visiting Colombia. The lively Caribbean culture, Spanish colonial architecture, bright flowers spilling from balconies and the old wall encasing the historic area will make you feel like you’re in a postcard. 

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