Colombia

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Colombia — With a growing fleet of low cost airlines and cruise ships arriving in Colombia daily, this once infamous country has become one of Latin America’s most burgeoning destinations. And rightly so. Cosmopolitan cities like Cartagena and Bogota, UNESCO-recognized colonial architecture, pre-Columbian ruins, fine museums and dining, and clear Caribbean waters are among the country’s many charms. And although drugs and civil strife remain an issue, there is rarely any evidence of it in the country’s urban centers – fighting these days is almost solely limited to remote corners of the jungle. 

Why Go

For the colonial and pre-Columbian architecture, gorgeous beaches, and pulsating cities.

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What's New in Colombia

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Visiting Latin America? Download These Apps

September 18, 2014 by Karen Gardiner Dion

Latin America can be intimidating for first-time travelers. Here are three apps to download, to use with WiFi, to make your trip go more smoothly. Tappsi An ... Read More »

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3 Tours, 3 Different Ways of Seeing Bogota

September 18, 2014 by Karen Gardiner Dion

We already covered how you can explore the Colombian capital with a $20 bicycle tour, but that is just one way to see Bogotá. Here are three more tours to sign ... Read More »

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Checking In: EK Hotel, Bogota

September 12, 2014 by Karen Gardiner Dion

Open since October of 2013,EK Hotel is a modern boutique hotel in one of Bogotá's ritziest neighborhoods. Within a few minutes' walk, you'll find restaurants, ... Read More »

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3 Charming Cartagena Boutique Hotels That Won't Break the Bank

April 15, 2014 by Lisa Hubner

There are many reasons to visit Cartagena, Colombia’s Caribbean gem, from its stunning old town, to its proximity to tropical islands and white-sand beaches, to ... Read More »

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Bogotá: Exploring the Colombian Capital on Two Wheels for $20

April 02, 2014 by Lisa Hubner

Biking is big in Colombia. So big that its capital city’s weekly Ciclovía event is now attended by up to three million people -- or more than a third of the ... Read More »

Colombia Advice

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“Travel to northern countries during the fall equinox, or spring equinox when the aurora borealis is at its peak.”

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