- 41Colombia1 review
This tiny mountain town is THE place to stay when you visit the archaeological park at Tierradentro. Set in a hilly landscape, the architectural highlight is a white, thatch roofed church. The people are kind and friendly. Last item: try the local specialty, vino de coca (coca wine), which is surprisingly similar to sherry.
- 42Colombia1 review
JD en vacaciones
- 43Colombia1 review
feliz DÍA DE la MUJER MUAKK
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- 45Colombia1 review
Die Stadt “San Juan Bautista de Guacarí” befindet sich im Südwesten der Republik Kolumbien. Sie liegt im Herzen von “Valle de Cauca”. Guacarí gehört nicht unbedingt zu den bekannten Metropolen Kolumbiens, und dennoch hat die Stadt bereits Berühmtheit erlangt. Sie ist traditionellerweise für ihre kulturelle und künstlerische Vielfalt bekannt. Guacari spielt eine herausragende Rolle in der Musik, im Tanz und ...
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- 49Colombia1 review
So not many know of Sapzurro. Not many Colombians know of Sapzurro. Some Colombians know of Capurgana, but not many know of Capurgana. This is a town that is an hour walk from Capurgana and 15 minute boat ride. This place has not much, some stores, some small places to eat and a decent amount of places to sleep. The ...
- 50Colombia2 reviews
Gorgeous desert landscape smack against the blue Caribbean...the nature here is beautiful but the infrastructure is tough to deal with at best. That is, limited electricity and no running water, although the Comcel phone signal works fine. Additionally, the stark contrast between the guidebook description of a remote fishing village and the reality: a strip of huts that seemed created ...
- 51Colombia1 review
Great place to for a drink!
- 53Colombia1 review
The Guajira region has some of Colombia's most remote locations. The main city of Riohacha is reasonably well kitted out and a fun, kind of wild place to stay for a night before venturing farther. The presence of the Wayuu tribe is ubiquitous. On the whole, the region felt the most "third world" of any I visited in Colombia.
- 54Colombia1 review
A nice small pueblo, a place to just sit back and relax. The pueblo itself does not have a lot to offer, but a great escape from the city of Pereira. Walking the cobbled streets is one of the best things to do there as well as enjoying some of the local cuisine. The real reason to come here to ...
- 58Colombia1 review
Like the other places in the region, it's all about the river in Palomino. The pristine waterbody meanders throughout the brief planes unto the sea, a perfect location for toobing. There a couple of reputable lodges on the beach front, where on occasions it is possible to see something as unique as the snow pikes of the Sierra Nevada de ...
- 59Colombia1 review
Andean town nestled in the mountains between Popayan and Cali. Come here for a nice relaxing day. Take a walk along the cold river (try putting your feet in it and see how long before they start to cramp up). Find lots of Andean artisan textiles and experience a more indigenous side of Colombia
- 60Colombia1 review
La Cocha is a beautiful and expansive mountain lake that functions as cooperative ecotourism venture. Although surrounded by seemingly unrelated towns, homesteads and farms, the people living around the lake work collaboratively. This really adds to the visitor experience as its easy to stay at a number of locations, travel between spots (by boat across the lake!) and take in ...