Colombia Archive

Seeing the Best of Colombia on an Organized Travel Tour

Colombia is a sizable country with a lot of diversity for travelers, but it’s a mountainous country with significant distances between the most popular regions. That means you need one of two things if you want to get a proper taste of the destination as an independent traveler: 1) weeks of time or 2) really [&hellip

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Andrew Gilchrist From Lost World Adventures Interview

Want to go get lost in another world? Well you probably don’t want to get too lost, so connecting with an experienced custom tour planner and operator can ensure you have a smooth trip. Lost World Adventures has been doing just that for decades, stretching back to when there was not so much tourism infrastructure [&hellip

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The Latest Picks for the Top Hotels in South America

Want to know which are the most highly regarded luxury hotels and resorts in South America? We’ve got some rare convergence with the Conde Nast Traveler Readers’ Choice Awards—if we just stick with the least influenced region. Their picks match up well with our South America luxury reviews. I’m no fan of the supposed “readers’ [&hellip

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8 Latin American Travel Destinations Where It’s Always Warm

As I write this there are ice storms blanketing the midwest USA and some parts of the Rockies have gotten a meter of snow. An NFL football championship game this past weekend had to be moved back to allow times to clear the roads. If you’re feeling down from the cold and gray and dreaming [&hellip

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Lots of New Flights to Latin America Coming Soon

You can almost always find some hurdle obstructing tourism growth in parts of Latin America, but if new airline route openings are any indication, the industry is expecting more and more people to head south from the USA and Canada. Recent announcements for new flights have come from airlines based in the USA, Canada, Mexico, [&hellip

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Travel Spotlight on Medellin, Colombia

Have faith downtrodden destinations. You could end up going from “heck no” to “hell yeah” in a couple decades, just like Medellin, Colombia. Tourism there was up 38% year-over-year in 2015. I just finished watching Season 1 of Narcos on Netflix and it’s mind-boggling how far the country and Escobar’s cartel base of Medellin have [&hellip

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