The entrance to the Lost City of Teyuna in the mountains of Colombia

Ciudad Perdida - entrance to the Lost City of Teyuna in Sierra Nevada mountains of Colombia

Beautiful street in Villa de Leyva, considered one of the finest colonial villages of Colombia

Beautiful street in Villa de Leyva, considered one of the finest colonial villages of Colombia de tunja: de bogotá:

Valle de Cocora, Colombia.  Rugged and unspoiled. Where farmers offer cheese and aguapanela when you hike past.  Hummingbirds abound...this is where i finally understood Garcia Marquez and his magical realism.

Valle de Cocora, near Salento Armenia, Colombia. The national tree of Colombia, the Wax Palm, pokes across the landscape and can grow to 60 meters and survive for 120 years.

The Huffington Post shows picture from Alfiz Hotel representing Cartagena in the post "50 cities to see in your lifetime"

50 Cities You Should See In Your Lifetime

Cartagena, Colombia - The colonial city of Cartagena on Colombia's Caribbean coast has a history filled with explorers, pirates, and royalty, and it's UNESCO-recognized Old City is every bit as enchanting as you'd expect.

Nuquí, El Chocó, Pacific coast of Colombia: El Chocó, the poorest department in Colombia, is also the richest in the western hemisphere in flora, fauna and virgin jungles, cascading down hills to literally fall into the ocean in some spots. El Cantil Ecolodge is one of the best places to stay in Nuquí. Fabulous seafood, great surf, freshwater springs every 50 yards or so pouring into the ocean, along with hot springs nearby.  Extremely undeveloped, Nuquí is for disconnecting from the world.

Nuquí, El Chocó, Pacific coast of Colombia: El Chocó, the poorest department in Colombia, is also the richest in the western hemisphere in flora, fauna and virgin jungles, cascading down hills to literally fall into the ocean in some spots. El Cantil Ecolodge is one of the best places to stay in Nuquí. Fabulous seafood, great surf, freshwater springs every 50 yards or so pouring into the ocean, along with hot springs nearby. Extremely undeveloped, Nuquí is for disconnecting from the world.

From Old City strolls and sunset views to fried street snacks and late-night dancing, spend a weekend in this Caribbean city.

36 Hours in Cartagena, Colombia

Lining the ancient walls of Cartagena, Colombia, travelers find traditional food, beautiful beaches and a nightlife that heats up long after the sun goes down.

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