Colombia Travel GuideAbout Colombia
Colombia is both geographically and culturally diverse. Although it has a reputation for being unsafe and politically unstable, security measures put in place in 2006 have increased safety for foreigners and citizens alike, as have peace negotiations between rebel groups and the current government.When to Visit Colombia
Colombia's climate varies by location—Bogota and Medellin (also known as the "city of eternal spring") are milder with cooler nights, while coastal towns like Cartagena and Santa Marta are hot and humid year-round. You'll have guaranteed beach weather, since even in the rainy season storms only last a few hours.Getting to Colombia
Flights from New York City (JFK) to Bogota are five hours, and the trip from Miami is only three hours. From Los Angeles, the flight to Bogota is seven hours. There are direct flights to Bogota from New York, Atlanta, Dallas, Houston, Los Angeles, Miami, Orlando, and Washington, D.C. There are also direct flights into Medellin, Cartagena, Barranquilla, Cali, and Armenia from the U.S.Things to Do in Colombia
Bogota, the country's capital, is filled with colorful street art; take the Bogota Graffiti Tour to see the city's best works. You'll also find the country's main political buildings here, as well as museums—including the Gold Museum, which has the world's largest collection of gold. Take the cable car or climb up Mount Monserrate for stunning views of the sprawling city.
Colombia Travel Advice See All Colombia Travel Advice
The Best Places to Go in Colombia
Colombia is quickly becoming the next "hot" destination. Here's where you should go in each of its top tourist spots.
12 New Year's Traditions from Around the World
Looking for a new tradition? Be inspired by what other cultures do to celebrate the New Year!
10 Cruises That Should Be on Your Bucket List in 2016
These once-in-a-lifetime voyages are truly life-changing. Isn't it time to cross something off your travel bucket list this year?
Outrageously Affordable Destinations for Winter 2015/2016
Take your post-holiday blues to these inexpensive winter destinations this upcoming season.
10 Reasons Why Colombia Is the Next Mexico
Here's why former war-torn Colombia is now a safer, better, less expensive, and more genuine option for your next warm weather vacation.
World's Best Destinations for Every Kind of Personality
Read on to find the best destinations for every type of personality (and where to avoid if you're the opposite).