Out and around Cartagena, you can find history and tranquility in coastal Colombia.
From fresh papaya and mango to the best ceviche on offer, Colombian cuisine is a buffet of fresh scents and energizing flavours.
Strapped to the front of a pilot's harness, you put your faith in a total stranger.
Like all great treks, the Chicamocha Canyon is not measured by its difficulty, but by the impression it leaves on your soul.
When Villa de Leyva isn't hosting one of its many annual events—celebrations for kites, indie films and more—it is a tranquil colonial town of 10,000.
On a rooftop bar in Colombia, I ran into my ex, 2,000 miles from home, alone with a plate of meat. After that, I had to travel to the edge of Patagonia.
Colombia's Carnaval de Barranquilla is second only to Rio. After too much rum, music, costumes and flirting, it's easy to see why.
Colombia is a country of vast natural gifts, and the Chicamocha Canyon is one for awesome whitewater rafting opportunities.
Colombia's two biggest cities, Bogotá and Medellín, have a sibling rivalry of titanic proportions, and both are worth checking out.
Colombia is fast becoming a nation of avid cyclists, and Bogotá is the best place to see the locals' wheels in action.