This road trip in Colombia itinerary can be done by bus or car and will take you to all the amazing cities, sights and nature it offers.
We’ve collected the best travel articles on where to go, what to do and what to see in Colombia. Enjoy!
A journey to Northern Colombia’s La Guajira Peninsula offers a glimpse of the country’s largest indigenous group, the Wayúu.
With its colonial architecture, pastel-colored buildings, elegant restaurants and colorful characters, Cartagena is well worth a visit.
Here are some of the top cocktails from around the world, from Belizean rum cocktails to the Malaysian Jungle Bird to the Panama Pintado.
A journey through La Guajira, Colombia is an opportunity to meet the Wayuu people, visit remote villages and see the colorful coastal desert.
Travel insurance is an important purchase, especially in these uncertain times. Here are some reasons why it can help save your trip.
The Petronio Alvarez Music Festival celebrates the music and culture of Colombia’s Afro-Colombian Pacific region — and it’s a huge party!
There’s more to this region of Colombia than coffee. Travelers to Salento can hike Cocora Valley, a national park famous for its Dr.Seuss reminiscent wax palm trees.
Discover a piece of history at the fortress of Castillo San Felipe de Barajas.
This improbably named cafe is filled with colorful characters and the catchy sounds of Caribbean music.
Eating at this colorful Caribbean cafe on San Andres Island is always an adventure.
Bustling beaches, medieval architecture and a high-rise skyline characterize this Caribbean city.