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In Colombia the cruise industry is very active. Visit Cartagena, or Bocagrande and see a Colombian version of a Miami strip. Head to Playa Blanca or Rosario Islands for clear waters and blinding bright sand. Ranging from expedition style cruise lines and mid-range ships, to mega ships and up-scale lines.
There are so many exciting activities in Colombia. From From Bogota’s street art to traveling through the lush coffee region and Caribbean island escapes off the coast of Cartagena. From the white-sand beaches of the San Bernardo Islands. – the list is endless.
Colombia is home to many delicious traditional foods. Each region of Colombia has its own individual dishes and unique takes on the country’s typical cuisine.
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Bogota is a teeming and vibrant city. Walking through the most historically charged plaza of the country gives pedestrians the sense of becoming part of history itself.
Cartagena has perhaps the most beguiling and atmospheric colonial city in South America. It has a perfectly restored walled and cobbled centre, where flower-filled balconies decorate ornate facades, and a series of forts from a time when pirates ruled the waves.
El Rosario and Isla Majagua islands
Located one and a half hours south of the Bay of Cartagena, these islands have been declared a National Natural Park.
La Ciudad Perdida
La Ciudad Perdida (Sierra Nevada de Santa Marta) – Deemed a World Heritage Site by UNESCO, the Lost City of the Tayrona people has not ceased to amaze archeologists and visitors since it was “discovered” in 1976 by a team from the Colombian Institute of Anthropology.
Salento and Valle del Cocora
Salento is one of the most representative towns of coffee landscape and culture. It preserves the typical architecture of the Antioquenian colonization of the middle nineteenth century and the customs of the local peasantry.
San Agustín – A World Heritage Site since 1995, San Agustín housed several of the most important South American cultures, thus making this a significant archeological center of the continent. Hundreds of stone statues claim the territory where once a pre-Colombian civilization marked their tombs. On the outskirts of San Agustín one can find the Archeological Park, where most of the monumental statues can be found.
Tayrona National Park
Tayrona National Park (Santa Marta) – One of the most important parks of Colombia, this 15,000 hectare space – out of which 3,000 hectare is marine territory – contains over 350 species of algae and over 770 species of land plants.
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