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Colombia’s National Natural Parks Colombia is one of the most biodiverse countries in the world, second only to Brazil. Colombia’s National Natural Parks are in abundance; the country has 59 parks, ranging from the Caribbean Islands of the Rosario National Park to the snow capped mountains of the Sierra Nevada del Cocuy. Colombia’s National Natural

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Colombia’s food scene is often overlooked by travelers in South America, but Chef Paula Silva is putting love and good energy into every dish, and more and more chefs are following in her footsteps. Silva has dedicated herself to experimenting with natural and pure ingredients local to Colombia; she was born in Santiago de Cali and

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Bogotá isn’t always a favorite with first time tourists to Colombia. Yes it might be the start of your trip but the chilly temperatures, intermittent showers and busy traffic might not be what many think of as the gateway to paradise. Give Bogotá a Chance Hidden away in and around the city are unique boutiques, quirky

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Despite being a mere three to four hours travel from the chaos of Bogotá, the department of Boyacá remains one of Colombia’s lost hidden treasures. A primarily agricultural region, a wealth of hearty dishes, calorific desserts, cobbled streets and incredibly friendly locals await you – not to mention the chance to explore some stunning scenery

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Travelers rave about Medellín, and for good reason; there’s plenty to do in the city on a budget. Medellín is also one of the most progressive cities in Colombia, and it’s filled with enough art and culture to keep your urban exploration itinerary full and your spirit inspired. Arriving in Medellín My boyfriend and I

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