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It’s not just about Drug wars anymore… Colombia is where nature, man-made colours, beaches and vibrant cities all collide as the Andes finally start to slope down into the Caribbean Sea

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Top Sites in Colombia | Barichara

Top Sites in Colombia Barichara ‘Best of’ Colombia Photo Gallery Barichara is the kind of town that Hollywood filmmakers dream about. A Spanish colonial town saturated with atmosphere, it boasts cobblestone streets and whitewashed buildings with red-tiled roofs that look almost as new as the day they were constructed some 300 years ago. It’s no…

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Epic Rides in Colombia | El Cocuy National Park

Epic Rides in Colombia El Cocuy National Park ‘Best of’ Colombia Photo Gallery One of Colombia’s most spectacular national parks, PNN El Cocuy is mostly made up of a diverse ecosystem known as the páramo. This glacially formed, neotropical system of valleys, plains and mountain lakes includes the largest glacier zone in South America north of…

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Top Sites in Colombia | Villa de Leyva

Top Sites in Colombia Villa de Leyva ‘Best of’ Colombia Photo Gallery One of the most beautiful colonial villages in Colombia, Villa de Leyva is a city frozen in time. Declared a national monument in 1954, the photogenic village has been preserved in its entirety, with cobblestone roads and whitewashed buildings. The town Located away…

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Top Sites in Colombia | Piedra del Peñol and Guatapé

Top Sites in Colombia Piedra del Peñol | Guatapé ‘Best of’ Colombia Photo Gallery Guatapé and it’s surrounding lie in the in northwest of Colombia, east of Medellín. It’s known for its small villages with decorated houses surrounded by the man-made Peñol-Guatapé Reservoir which is home to the Rock of Guatapé (Piedra del Peñol). Piedra…

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Top Sites in Colombia | San Agustin

Top Sites in Colombia San Agustin ‘Best of’ Colombia Photo Gallery San Agustín is a town in the Andes Mountains of western Colombia. It’s known for its proximity to the San Agustín Archaeological Park, home to numerous pre-Columbian remains spread over several sites. Carved volcanic stone figures and tombs litter the Forest of Statues, amid…

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