Motorcycling is the most eco friendly way to explore Colombia on your own.
Recent stories from Colombia paint a bright future, but it’s still important to keep your wits about you. Here are 5 tips for keeping safe.
Tejo is like bowling. Except instead of rolling a heavy object down a lane, you toss it. And instead of trying to knock down pins, you try to ignite paper triangles filled with gunpowder. Oh, and also instead of paying to play, you pay to drink beer. Actually, it’s not like bowling at all; it is, however, way more exciting!
St. Augustine: The world is a book, and those who do not travel read only a page. In that spirit, here’s recommended reading before traveling to Colombia.
Colombia hasn’t found a magic formula for peace, but they have shown what it looks like to rally, to reject fear, and to preserve hope – and it’s working.
Colombia’s biodiversity is found not only in its geography and fauna, but also in its markets and on its menus thanks to its wide array of exotic fruits.
The reality is half of Colombia does not have access to clean drinking water. Access to safe drinking water is still something most of us take for granted.
Traveling in Colombia does have pros and cons. But if traveling has taught me anything, it’s been to celebrate all the pros and work to transform the cons.
Idyllic photos of Tayrona Park grace the covers of many guidebooks, and locals rave about it. There’s one catch though: don’t go during high season.