A land of diverse landscapes, cultures and attractions, the South American nation of Colombia is every bit a tourist’s dream. The only country in the region with two ocean coasts, Colombia offers visitors the opportunity to explore Caribbean beaches, tropical jungles and snow-capped mountain peaks. In addition to its impressive terrains, the country is also home to age-old archaeological sites, historic towns, and vibrant cities where a diverse mix of Spanish, African, European and Middle-Eastern influences are reflected the food, architecture and fascinating ethnic traditions.

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Electrical sockets (outlets) in Colombia are very similar to the electrical outlets found in the United States and Canada, and if your appliance has a…

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CurrencyColombian Peso (COP; symbol Col$) = 100 centavos. Notes are in denominations of Col$50,000, 20,000, 10,000, 5,000, 2,000 and 1,000. Coins are in…

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All water should be regarded as being potentially contaminated outside major cities. Water used for drinking, brushing teeth or making ice should be boiled…

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The climate is very warm and tropical on the coast and in the north, with a rainy season from May to November. Though the temperature varies little throughout…

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There is an excellent internal air network connecting major cities, including those in the Caribbean coastal area. There are also local helicopter flights….

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Generally, Colombia requires light clothing suitable for warm to hot weather. However, Bogotá and other places of high altitude get cold at night and…

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Located 2600m above sea level at the base of the Guadalupe and Monserrate mountains is Colombia’s capital and one of South America’s leading cultural destinations. Patrons…

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Set to the west of the Cauca River in the Cauca River Valley and fringed by the Farallones de Cali mountains, the town of Santiago de…

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This Caribbean coastal city offers visitors a mix of the enchanting old and the exciting new. Step into the cobbled streets of the walled city, a…

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Once considered one of the world’s most dangerous cities, Medellin has since shed its bad reputation and is now more commonly referred to as “The City…

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A combination of colonial charm, elements of ancient history, traditional cooking (Popayán is a designated UNESCO City of Gastronomy) and a lively café and bar culture…

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Santa Marta

Colombia’s oldest city is enjoying a tourist revival, with travellers from as far afield as Denmark and Israel enjoying its laid-back Caribbean vibes and friendly locals….

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The Coffee Triangle

Colombia is known to produce some of the world’s best coffee – in a picturesque mountain region called the Zona Cafetera – meaning the Coffee Triangle….

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Villa de Leyva

Villa de Leyva is said to be one of the most charming villages in Colombia, with its colonial architecture, cobbled streets, whitewashed buildings and mild climate….

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