Caño Cristales (Colombia) | 10 Most Psychedelic Looking Places That Actually Exist.

10 Most Psychedelic Looking Places That Actually Exist

Caño Cristales (Colombia) The river appears in many hues–including yellow, green, blue, black, and especially red–which are caused by the Macarenia clavigera (Podostemaceae) at the bottom of the river.

Vendedora de frutas típicas.

Classic Colombia: Viva Cartagena, the 'Heroic City' of history and culture

A woman sells fruit in Cartagena's old quarter. I visited Cartegena, Columbia during a Crystal Cruise through the Panama Canal. Will be going on the Panama Canal cruise this November.

Barichara

Interior of a cathedral in Barichara, Santander in Colombia. Look at those colorful and delicately designed tiles.

Cartagena de Indias, COLOMBIA. (palenquera)

On the Caribbean Coast, you will meet the beautiful Palenqueras. The colorfully dressed ladies carry baskets of fruits as they walk through the street.

Cascada Vaupes.  #Colombia #SoyColombiano

Un pequeño recorrido virtual por Colombia!

Las arepas de Ramiriquí Boyacá Colombia

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Pueblos Indígenas Valledupar, Colombia Etnias Indígenas de la Sierra Nevada de Santa Marta en Valledupar, Colombia By Provincia Hostal Valledupar

Indigenous Ethnic Groups in the Sierra Nevada de Santa Marta in Valledupar, Valledupar Provincia, Colombia

Ceiba Barrigona (Cavanillesia Chicamochae), an endemic tree from the Chicamocha Canyon, Santander, Colombia

Ceiba Barrigona (Cavanillesia Chicamochae), an endemic tree from the Chicamocha Canyon, Santander, Colombia

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