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Colombia's Big Cities: Medellin & Bogota

IMG_4822_1500x1125 Guatape - The most colorful town in Colombia, is an easy day trip from Medellin
Adventure travel to Colombia is a growing destination, but before I visited, I'll admit, I had my doubts. So many thoughts crossed my mind before my first trip to this fascinating country. In the past, every time I've had to 'stop-over' in Colombia I would get paranoid that someone might put something in my luggage or what if I end u...
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Colombia's Colonial Towns - Villa de Leyva & Barichara

359A571_20181211-003304_1 Villa de Leyva
Villa de Leyva From Bogota, it's about a four-hour drive to the charming 16th century town of Villa de Leyva, located high in the Andes. Declared a national monument in 1954 due to its perfectly preserved colonial architecture, this town is a great place to experience Colombian culture and active adventures.  During my visi...
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Exploring Colombia | How to Visit Tayrona National Park

Tayrona National Park, on the north coast of Colombia, protects a vast swath of rainforest and some of the most beautiful palm-fringed Caribbean coves and beaches of South America. The national park itself is a narrow hilly lowland from the coast extending into the foothills of the vast Sierra Nevada de Santa Marta mountains. One of the world's hig...
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Safari Travel Tips | How to Pack Light for a Long Trip

Porter How to pack light for a safari
One of the most frequent questions I get is how to pack for a safari. Many itineraries in Africa involve flights with strict baggage size and weight limitations due to space on small planes. Pay close attention to your trip itinerary and information to make sure that you are using the correct size and weight luggage. Often soft-...
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First Time In Vietnam // Part 3 // What I learned

dragon-bridge First time in Vietnam - In front of the Dragon Bridge
The first thing I noticed about Vietnam is that the days there don't last twenty-four hours. You can wake up at seven a.m., eat breakfast, explore the market, get a massage, and shop at Bến Thành for a couple hours and only ten minutes will have passed. Maybe it's the heat (the humid heat) or maybe it's the compact living style (you ...
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