The Essential Travel Guide To Colombia (Infographic)
The Essential Travel Guide To Colombia
Cumbia dancers at Barranquilla Carnaval in Colombia. Barranquilla's Carnival is Colombia's most important folklore celebration, one of the biggest carnivals in the world. The carnival has traditions that date back to the century.
The "jacuzzi's" of Quebrada Las Gachas, Santander. You like bathing, but the Hotel pools are to crowded for your taste? In Santander you can bathe in a natural little jacuzzi pool and enjoy the quiet nature Setting around.
Old buses full of color and joy, transporting people, food, animals and goods from one town to another in the Colombian countryside "Chiva" - Bus escalera Cauca-Colombia by Alex Bedoya it's a Haitian tap tap!
That’s why handpicking coffee beans is essential and part of the highest quality coffee in the world – Colombian coffee.
This is the small cay (Aquario Cay) off San Andres Island. San Andres Island was a great place to visit.
Rosario Islands, Colombia -are a several different islands minutes off the coast of Cartagena available for day trips or longer.
Surround yourself with the beauties of Sierra Nevada and let mother nature inspire you.
A Traveler's Guide to Transportation in Colombia
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