The Absolute Best Things to do in Colombia!
Updated: Nov 15, 2020
I did a lot of research before my Colombia trip last year, but I was still astounded by the variety, and the sheer size of this nation. Envision the United Kingdom, Germany, and France all bunched together into one country.
The Andean mountain range parts into three branches in Colombia, and you'll discover the Sierra Nevada Mountains in the upper east, Caribbean Ocean in the north, Pacific Sea in the west, and Amazon in the southeast. Over these locales you'll discover many different scenery changes, not only in culture, but also in individuals, and the food. As it were, Colombia offers travelers a lot of alternatives.
So without further ado, here are a few of the most loved and significant encounters from my Colombia trip last year:
1. Visiting the Coffee Country
When we plunk down our morning espresso, we regularly don't think where it comes from, or what went into making those beans. My visit to Colombia's coffee nation carried a more noteworthy thankfulness and viewpoint on the procedure and individuals behind my preferred beverages.
2. Hiking in the Cocora Valley
Not a long way from the coffee ranches of Quindio, you'll discover the Cocora Valley, a cloudy woodland that the extraordinary and transcending wax palm calls home. Our hike started in the valley, from which we moved towards Acaime peak. En route, we stopped at viewpoints to respect the environment and perspectives on the transcending cloud-wrapped palms. Despite the fact that it seemed like rain may interrupt our hike, it ended up being only enough to furnish the cloud woodland with the bit of air.
3. Old Town Cartagena
Cartagena is situated on the Caribbean Ocean and is Colombia's second oldest city. It was also for quite a while a significant Spanish trading point. In particular, this is the place Spanish colonialists stored their riches – gold, specifically – before delivery everything home to Spain. Accordingly, the center of the old town remains a maze of lanes flush with old pilgrim homes punctuated by places of worship and courts.
Medellin was previously a place synonymous with cocaine, drugs, and murder, particularly during and soon after the life of Pablo Escobar and the rule of his Cartel. Be that as it may, a great deal has changed over the most recent 10 years, making this city one of the fastest developing and most innovative in the locale. Curiously enough, urban arranging has a great deal to do with it.
While numerous individuals use Bogota exclusively as a travel hub, I recommend that you go through a day or two here, especially in the event that you acknowledge graffiti. The amount of wall paintings in this city is noteworthy; they'll regularly convey a social message, giving you a feeling of the political beat of the city.
6. Colombian Girls
While in the country, I also recommend to meet some of the local girls. The hot Colombian women have everything you look for in a partner: sexy, submissive and good family values. Very different from back west!
In closing I will wish you a great Colombia trip. And if you have any questions shoot me an email!