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Colombia No. 6 in IL’s “The World’s Best Places to Retire in 2018”

“Where should I retire?” This is the question we hear most often at International Living, and every January we give you our most definitive...

How Colombia, Once Consumed by Violence, Became Your Next Destination

TODAY COLOMBIA (Cntraveler) - In 2008, Colombia's tourism board launched a series of commercials touting the country's natural and cultural wonders. In them, visitors...

A Portrait of Colombia in 26 Gorgeous Polaroids

(San Francisco) Bay Area photographer Matthew O’Brien documented Colombia from his unique vantage as a long-time visitor, straddling the line between traveler and insider...

Avianca In A Battle For Supremacy Of South America’s Skies

Over the past couple of decades, consolidation and bankruptcies have reshaped the airline industry in North America. Historic brands such as TWA, Continental, Northwest,...

Colombia is becoming Latin America’s brightest star

Following more than half a century of armed conflict, peace is shining a new light on Colombia’s future. A peace deal reached last November ended...

Bogotá Celebrates 479th!

TODAY COLOMBIA - Bogota is 479 years old today, Sunday, August 6, 2017. Colombia's major city will be celebrating with parades during the day...

Colombia Eliminates Visa For Nicaraguan Tourists

With the objective of encouring tourism to Colombia, the South American country has eliminated the visa requirement for Nicaraguan tourists. By resolution 5622 de 2017,...

Bogota & Playing Tejo, The Colombian Sport of Throwing Rocks at Gunpowder

TODAY COLOMBIA - Bowling alleys will never seem the same once you’ve been to Colombia and played tejo. Not unless you employ equal amounts...

Colombia Living In… The World’s Most Welcoming Countries

TODAY COLOMBIA TRAVEL (By Lindsey Galloway, BBC.com) Colombia is among five places, according to BBC.com, expats will likely be greeted with a warm welcome,...

Why Air Travel in Latin America is So Expensive

TODAY COLOMBIA - Insufficient development of low-cost airlines is the main reason why international travel within Latin America is so much more expensive than...

Heavy Rains Affecting Air Travel in Colombia

TODAY COLOMBIA NEWS - Air travel in Colombia is suffering disruptions that includes temporary closure of some airports, resulting from heavy rainfall across the...

Colombia Among 5 Best Places to Move to if You Don’t Like the Election Results

(QTRAVEL) Amy Schumer said she’d move to Spain. Bryan Cranston said he’d move to Canada. Jon Stewart said he’ll move to another planet. At...

Colombia is safer than we’ve been taught. Here’s my advice on going there.

By Nicole Wildman, Matadornetwork. Other than what I’d heard on the news, most of which was about kidnappings, violence, and the drug trade, I...

The Devils Breath – Blackout in Bogota

From Freeborn Aiden, Scopolamine spiking’s or (“Devils Breath” to use its sinister, headline friendly street name) are apparently at pandemic level in Colombia with...

#3: There’s no such thing as time.

From Freeborn Aiden, the MatadorNetwork.com 1. Everything I need can fit into a backpack. Now, I’m not the lightest packer out there (I take a hairdryer,...

Yes, You Can Leave The North America Bubble

I resisted moving to South America, as much as I enjoyed my time there during my mini-lives over the past several years. But yesterday, after...

Global Study On Sexual Exploitation of Children in Travel and Tourism 2016

The Global Study initiated by ECPAT International published today reveals that more children are being sexually exploited than ever before and that this is...

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