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From the snowcapped Andean peaks to coffee-strewn hilltops, dense Amazon jungle and the sun-toasted Caribbean beaches, Colombia offers diverse landscapes and cultures. Cue some cinematic cobblestoned towns, add a defense of Spanish fortresses, throw in the remnants of ancient civilizations leaving behind a treasure of El Dorado, and you’ll find...

From the snowcapped Andean peaks to coffee-strewn hilltops, dense Amazon jungle and the sun-toasted Caribbean beaches, Colombia offers diverse landscapes and cultures. Cue some cinematic cobblestoned towns, add a defense of Spanish fortresses, throw in the remnants of ancient civilizations leaving behind a treasure of El Dorado, and you’ll find a country ripe for exploration and adventure. 

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Is it Safe to Travel to Colombia?

Is it Safe to Travel to Colombia
Each month as part of my Closer Look Series I'll be answering questions from our alumni. This month Wildland Alumni S. Harrison asked: Is it safe to travel to Colombia? By all means, everywhere we travel in Colombia it is as safe as it is traveling in any other Andean country, with the exception of Venezuela. Neither do you need to be concerne...
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The Best Times To Visit Colombia | Summer & Winter

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Colombia has it all, from hot tropical weather along the coast, to a spring-like climate in the lower Andean valleys, colder climates in the high Andes, and warm/rainy weather year-round in the Amazon.  Due to Colombia's proximity to the equator and diverse geography, changes in temperature and rainfall are d...
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A Closer Look at Travel to Colombia

A Closer Look at Travel to Colombia
In 1975, on my first trip to Colombia  I backpacked through the summer before entering a graduate program in the School of Natural Resources at the University of Michigan. Based on my academic interests and work experience in ecology, wildland conservation, and national park management, here's a closer look at why I traveled to Colombia t...
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Birding in Colombia - The Heart of the World

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Isolated geologically for millenniums, and politically for decades, the Sierra Nevada de Santa Marta is now open for exploration and on its way to becoming the mecca of bird watching world.   Colombia is home to almost 20% of the world's bird species with over 1,950 birds being recorded within its borders and more ...
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Top 10 Travel Picks for 2018

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Whether you want to explore the coffee strewn hilltops of Colombia or you want to give back on our Conservation Trip to Zimbabwe , we have new trips and classic trips that will delight your spirit for adventure and satisfy your desire for meaningful interactions and connections with other cultures.  Enjoy our team's top 10 travel pic...
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