One Ocean Expeditions offers guests an opportunity to visit some of Central America’s most remote islands on their Pacific Ocean and Caribbean voyages.
I travelled to 10 countries in 2014, and my adventures included a Galapagos Islands cruise, an Indian wedding, Oktoberfest and glamping in Slovenia.
Cartagena is the perfect place to learn to salsa dance like those hip-shaking Colombians, and you can do just that at a place appropriately called Crazy Salsa.
When I discovered there is an entire church dug out of salt in Colombia, I obviously had to go check it out! Here’s a look at the incredible Salt Cathedral of Zipaquirá.
Just outside Bogota there is an incredible site called Jaime Duque Park- which just so happens to have a life-sized replica of the Taj Mahal!
There are some perks to flying first class like skipping the queue and having access to the lounge, but is the high price tag worth it on Avianca? Here’s my experience.
If you can only choose one place to go in all of Colombia, make it Cartagena.
The incredible city feels as relaxing as an all-inclusive resort, with the added perks of having historical landmarks, fun nightlife and all the amenities found in a booming metropolis.
Colombia has a tumultuous past that it’s still trying to recover from, but the country has made great strides and is now a safe place for travellers in most regions. Those who make the trek are rewarded with stunning Caribbean beaches, historic architecture and incredible scenery.
The sprawling city of Bogota has much to offer visitors—if you don’t mind the crazy traffic—including a presidential palace, gold museum, incredible mountain views and great nightlife.
During a trip to South America I was shocked by the sheer number of travellers who were ‘roughing it’, and quickly came to realize that perhaps the continent is somewhat of a Mecca for budget tourists. Here are five reasons why it’s a fantastic—and popular—option for backpackers.