As countries around the world struggle to control the spread of the COVID-19 virus, many tourists are stranded and unable to get home.
There’s a lot of information and disinformation flying around about COVID-19, more commonly known as the coronavirus. We asked Migración Colombia to solve some of the problems that readers have told us they’re worried about. Here are the answers
The 39th edition of the ANATO tourism fair takes place in the capital at the moment, promising to further promote Colombia on a world stage.
A new flu-type virus could be the next pandemic. Here’s a Q&A to keep you up to date…
As a photographer, birdwatcher and wildlife guide, it’s no surprise that one of my favourite places to visit near Bogotá is Chingaza National Park.
While many people have a great time when visiting Colombia, a number of tourists do fall foul of problems.
Having volunteered in Comuna 13 for three months, I rode the barrio’s escalators to the community center...
The Kite Festival in Villa de Leyva runs this weekend from Saturday to Monday and has several activities from 9am each day.
This year’s Petronio Álvarez Festival is a celebration of all things Pacific that will take place in Cali from August 14 to 19.
Excombatientes are building a new tourism industry of rafting in the jungle supported by a cast of monkeys, sloths and birds.