Cartagena, Colombia - Travel Information

Cartagena: My kind of town

Travel writer Fiona Dunlop loves the laid-back Caribbean charm and the colonial-style architecture of Cartagena in Colombia, South America.

Zipaquirá is the "Salt Cathedral" outside Bogota, Colombia. You have to walk 1.5km underground to reach this chamber.

La Catedral de Sal de Zipaquirá is the "Salt Cathedral" outside Bogota, Colombia. You have to walk underground to reach this chamber.

Anyone who constantly has to risk their life by driving under the Devil’s Nose. | 15 Commuters That Have It Way Worse Than You

Anyone who constantly has to risk their life by driving under the Devil's Nose.

Anyone who constantly has to risk their life by driving under the Devil’s Nose.

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Tequendama-falls-bogata-columbia - Tequendama Falls (or Salto del Tequendama) is a major tourist attraction about 30 km southwest of Bogotá, the capital city of Colombia.Do you like to visit?

Don't miss out on the three best hostels in Colombia. An unbiased guide by someone who has spent more time in hostels in South America than anyone ever should. ~ http://www.baconismagic.ca

Don't miss out on the three best hostels in Colombia. An unbiased guide by someone who has spent more time in hostels in South America than anyone ever should.

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