Mi Colombia

País de gente hermosa, trabajadora y soñadora. País con paisajes bellos, climas tropicales y diversidad de fauna y flora. País que amo y llevo con orgullo en mi corazón ❤️
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The Haunted Hotel at Tequendama Falls, Bogota, Columbia -opened in 1928 and abandoned in the early 1990's, it is now a tourist spot -many people have committed suicide here over the years - this may be why travellers report spirit activity throughout the area. I would love to visit this place one day.

I don't have an interest in going to Columbia but, this is beautiful. Deserted Places: The Haunted Hotel del Salto at Tequendama Falls near Bogota, Columbia.

Caño Cristales by District of Colombia, via Flickr

Cano Cristales River Caño Cristales is a Colombian river located in the Serrania de la Macarena province of Meta. The river is commonly ca.

Tayrona Park, Santa Marta Colombia. Most amazing place I've ever been and I can't wait to go back! At least once a year!!!

The beaches at Parque Nacional Natural Tayrona (Colombia). 'Tayrona’s limpid waters heave against a backdrop of jungle that sweeps like a leafy avalanche down from the soaring Sierra Nevada de Santa Marta, the world’s highest coastal mountain range.

La Guajira - Colombia

Surround yourself with the beauties of Sierra Nevada and let mother nature inspire you.

cabo de la vela, guajira,one of the most peaceful and beautiful sites of the Colombian Caribbean

cabo de la vela, guajira,one of the most peaceful and beautiful sites of the Colombian Caribbean

Visit Bogata to taste delicious COLOMBIAN food on one of the many FOOD TOURS from Viator. Get the facts at: http://www.shareasale.com/r.cfm?u=902724&b=132440&m=18208&afftrack=&urllink=www%2Eviator%2Ecom%2FBogota%2Dtours%2FFood%2DTours%2Fd4560%2Dg6%2Dc80 #Food tours Colombia #Travel Colombia #Colombian Food

Food Tours

Andres carne de Res, a particular restaurant in Bogota, Colombia. Here food and rumba are one of a kind. Don't miss it and explore the Food culture of Colombia!

Ciudad perdida, Colombia

(ancient helipads) The pre-Columbian archaeological site of Ciudad Perdida (Spanish for “Lost City”), located in Sierra Nevada, Colombia, thought to be founded about 800 AD. Photo courtesy taken by Raphael Chay