Colombian Christmas and New Year’s Traditions You Can't Miss

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13 December 2017

Colombian Christmas and New Year’s Traditions You Can't Miss

Christmas in Colombia is a month-long celebration and New Year’s might be a little different than what you are accustomed to. If this is your first Christmas or New Year’s in Colombia and you are spending it with locals, here are a few traditions you can expect to see during the month of December: 

What I Wish I Knew Before Hiking to the Lost City of Colombia

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06 December 2017

What I Wish I Knew Before Hiking to the Lost City of Colombia

Hiking the Lost City in Colombia, or Ciudad Perdida in Spanish, has become a bit of a pilgrimage for those who come to Colombia. Almost like doing the Camino de Santiago when one goes to Spain.

The several-day hike through the jungle, located in the Caribbean coast of Colombia, is a magical challenge strongly recommended for hikers and nature lovers who are up for a challenge.

Exploring Rio La Miel Over Colombia's Many 3-Day Weekends

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29 November 2017

Exploring Rio La Miel Over Colombia's Many 3-Day Weekends

With more than a dozen 3-day holiday weekends in Colombia, there is no excuse not to leave the big cities and explore some off-the-beaten-track destinations in Colombia. 

Amazing Animals You Can Spot in Colombia’s Tayrona National Park

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22 November 2017

Amazing Animals You Can Spot in Colombia’s Tayrona National Park

Tayrona National Natural Park, or Parque Nacional Natural Tayrona in Spanish, is easily one of the most visited places in the whole of Colombia. About 350,000 people visited the park in 2016 and that number is only on the rise. However, that doesn’t mean that a visit to Tayrona is any less magical or exciting – the area is still a national park full of biodiversity and unique animal species. Here are the most amazing animals in Colombia’s Tayrona National Park

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