The Most Unique Bogota Airbnb

airbnbs in Bogota

Bogota is an incredible city, but so vast that it can get overwhelming. Add to that the fact that it’s located at 2644 meters above sea level (that’s 8675 feet!) in the Andes, being the third-highest capital city in the world, and you will quickly realize it’s breathtaking – quite literally. The Colombian capital has … Read more

29 Best Places To Visit In Colombia

places to visit in Colombia

There are many beautiful places to visit in Colombia. Colorful colonial towns and massive cities; pristine Caribbean beaches with the clearest turquoise waters and the breathtaking peak of the Andes; thick forests to get lost in and coffee plantations; and welcoming, genuine, friendly people. And the fact that it’s finally shaken off its reputation of … Read more

15 Useful Things To Know Before Visiting Cartagena

visiting Cartagena

Cartagena is a great place to explore and one of the most popular tourist destinations in Colombia, yet many things about it may leave you puzzled, and chances are you wish you’d known about them before going – that was certainly the case for me! Hence, I thought I’d share a list of things you … Read more

A Complete Guide To Hiking Valle De Cocora, Colombia

Valle de Cocora

Valle de Cocora – AKA Cocora Valley for English speakers – is one of the most enchanting places in Colombia. This cloud forest is easily reached from Salento, a small town in the heart of Colombia’s Coffee Region. A lot of people combine their visit to Salento with that of this splendid valley. What makes … Read more

20 Top Things To Do In Bogota

things to do in Bogota

There are many fun things to do in Bogota. The capital of Colombia, a city of no less than 7.5 million people, well deserves to be explored and has plenty of things to see and do to keep you entertained – though many mistakenly decide to only spend a few hours there, while on a … Read more

A Concise Guide To Villa De Leyva, Colombia

Villa de Leyva Colombia

Few cities in the country are so charming and so full of atmosphere as Villa de Leyva, Colombia. Hardly on the radar of people who travel to this part of South America, I ended up there as I wanted to break the journey from San Gil to Bogota. Little did I know that I’d fall … Read more