Colombia is a world unto itself, from tropical rainforests to timeworn colonial buildings, the country boasts sundry treasures almost surreal to the senses
Living & People - Travel
Colombia has far more destinations on offer than the Caribbean coastline, perhaps none more exciting than Bogotá
Colombia‘s capital is a surprisingly good place to enjoy nature, with myriad opportunities to relax with family and friends
The Anato’s thirthy-sixth tourism fair 2017, undertaken in Bogotá, achieve around 150 million dollars on tourism business transactions.
Colombia is one of the most biodiverse countries in the world. Sitting near the equator and along various sections of the Andes mountain
There's a myth here in Los Llanos. A myth about a fireball that comes from the sky and approaches solitary walkers, engulfing them in flames.
As Bogotá has increasingly become a melting pot of cultures from every part of Colombia, restaurants focusing on regional dishes and ingredients are opening with regularity.
Parque Tayrona, one of Colombia’s most popular tourist attractions, will close for a month on Saturday to allow the local indigenous tribes to carry out an “environmental and cultural cleansing” of the nature reserve.
Floating weightless in mile-and-a-half-deep volcanic mud was by far the most memorable part of my visit to Colombia, even if I didn't have my phone in hand to document the surrealness of it all.
The Las Lajas Sanctuary, a church located at an altitude of 2,900 meters (9,508 feet) in the Colombian Andes, has become a major draw for tourists, with some calling the neo-Gothic basilica the world’s most beautiful church.
Colombia was nominated as the “best emerging LGBT tourist destination” for 2017 by the FITUR, an annual International Tourism Trade Fair to be held in Spain later this month.
Through a workshop and a booklet, tourist guides of Cartagena have now been trained to speak of deterritorialization and the greatest people trafficking episode from Africa towards the Caribbean and South America in recent history.
San Andres Island has become a jewel for Colombia’s tourism industry, giving visitors a taste of a vibrant urban lifestyle and the beauty of the sea.
Colombia kicked off a campaign on Monday to raise local awareness about the importance of keeping tourist sites clean.
Foreign visitors to Colombia no longer have to pay the country’s 16% sales tax for certain items. Here is how a visitor is able to get their maximum of $1000 equivalent in tax returns.