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It’s impossible to avoid the coffee topic when in Colombia. Coffee is their pride and they make it very hard not to notice, as you can smell it in every street and corner. Colombia is one of the main coffee producers around the world, along with Brazil, Indonesia and V...

Salento is a beautiful village surrounded by eye-catching scenery and is one of the oldest town in Qunidio. This Town main relies of coffee and trout farming. Salento has earned it’s touristic attraction due to its closeness to Valle del Cocora.

Salento has a hippie vib...

Looking out of the mirador, a cottage-like structure, standing high-up on a sandy peninsula and surrounded by large rocks, smelling the salty ocean, and listening to the sound of the waves I was in awe.  Palm trees pose, whilst shading the beach, and the Sierra Nevada...

Walking along the cobbled stone street, surrounded by vibrantly coloured facades and square, I realised why Guatape was selected as one of the most beautiful towns in the world 2016. Guatape is a town and multiplicity located 79km from Medellin and is a popular recreat...

Knowing that the locals in Colombia hated Pablo Escobar made us doubt if we wanted to go on the Pablo Escobar tour. But we were too curious so we did and we were honoured to have a guide who lived those days as a Police Commander. Now an ex-police commander and victim...

Standing high up in the mountains, in humid chilly air, surrounded by vibrant colours, and the small of fresh flours, I found myself in what I now describe as heaven's garden. Being in Medellin on the first week of August, during the flower festival piqued my interest...

Isolated in the middle of the thick forests of the Sierra Nevada mountain with no reception whatsoever carrying only a small backpack with the extensions and the stick to help me climb one of the adventurous track to the mysterious ancient ruins.

The Cuidad Perdida, or...

Palomino is small village along the Caribbean coast, just a 2 hour bus ride from Santa Marta. The bus stops you on the Riohacha highway at the main road junction of Palomino. Locals offer you a moto taxi to the beach area for just COP3000. Driving along the dirt road,...

Plata o Plomo? We were so sure we wanted to take the Pablo Escobar tour since Narcos TV-series has been in hype, but being in Colombia has taught us that the locals despised him and they do not want to re-live those days. They recall how Pablo Escobar had created a cul...

The Mud volcano or the Volcan de Lodo el Totumo is what looks to be like a small 15m tall volcano, which its crater that generates natural mud instead of lava. Standing high surrounded by a beautiful mangrove scenery, it’s a popular site to get a messy. This is where y...

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All you need to know about Colombia

We have such good memories of Colombia. In 2016 we decided to quit our jobs and travel to follow our hearts. Now, we are working as travel agents in Malta, promoting trips to exotic destinations; and Colombia is certainly one of them. 

Whilst in Colombia, we have had the opportunity to go all around the country, and what could possibly our best experience in Colombia, we've done the 'Lost City' trek - a 4 day adventure into the wild.