Why Celebrate New Year’s Eve in Colombia

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28 December 2016

Why Celebrate New Year’s Eve in Colombia

Colombians, like in any other country or culture, have a large number of New Year's Eve traditions. Like every Colombian holiday many people like to celebrate with family, at a party and then with friends in a club. Each family has their own plans and desires for New Year's Eve, but many families choose to leave the big cities and head for warmer climates (such as the Caribbean Coast or even just short breaks from cities like Bogota).

3 Reasons Bogotá Should Be on Your Colombia Itinerary

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30 November 2016

3 Reasons Bogotá Should Be on Your Colombia Itinerary

If Colombia’s three largest cities were siblings, Bogotá would be the middle child. Sure, it’s the country’s capital, but it’s often overlooked. Overshadowed by Medellín’s pleasant climate and Cali's Salsa dancing, Bogotá tends to just be the city to catch international flights for many travelers. But those same travelers are missing out big time because there are so many reasons to put Bogotá on your itinerary while visiting Colombia. Here are just a few:

Why Palomino is Colombia’s Hidden Gem

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28 November 2016

Why Palomino is Colombia’s Hidden Gem

Colombia's Caribbean coast has a large number of cities, such as Santa Marta and Cartagena, but Colombia's real Caribbean beauty comes from its small culture-filled towns. One of these towns is Palomino which is located around 1 hour from Santa Marta and is an eclectic mix of indigenous communities' traditions and the influence of backpackers.

Solo Travel vs. Taking Tours in Colombia

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23 November 2016

Solo Travel vs. Taking Tours in Colombia

Travel blogs and inspirational Pinterest pictures often glamorize traveling alone or traveling with just one other person. Don’t get me wrong, there are plenty of great benefits from solo travel, but the positive aspects of taking tours abroad are sometimes overlooked.

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