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The Gringo Trail is divided into two sections, due to that rather inconsiderate stretch of swamp which divides Panama and Colombia, otherwise known as the Darien Gap.
Leave the sun worshiping crowds of Cartagena behind, and escape to the picturesque, secluded paradise that is Cabo de la Vela in Colombia.
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Cartagena is a historic walled town which reveals a million stories of days gone along. This UNESCO treasure should be on any Colombia tour itinerary.
From bad boy to superstar: discover all the things to do in Medellin, Colombia’s most sparkling rising star. Medellin is the Rob Lowe of Colombia.
Bogota showcases historic, ethnic, cultural and natural highlights, what makes it one of Latin America's most rewarding destinations.
A brief overview of the history of Colombia, one of South America’s most tantalizing travel destinations, from ancient times through to modern-day Colombia.
Caribbean beach with a boat in the background in Colombia
Ready to discover one of South America’s most secret of wonders? Presenting the Castillo San Felipe of Cartagena, Colombia.
The main walled city of Cartagena is still there and throughout Latin America there are few examples of such well-preserved colonial towns situated in such an idyllic Caribbean beach setting.