Let me guide you to Medellín – which is also a great gateway for a fantastic day trip to the mesmerizing town of Guatapé.this way to read the whole story >>>
Cartagena is Colombia’s most touristy destination. No wonder, they have a Caribbean beach and a walled old town that is listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Nevertheless, I found spending two days in Cartagena enough.
However, the old city is very alluring and there are lots of touristy infrastructures.
Exactly the reason to dislike it.this way to read the whole story >>>
Santa Marta is a spectacularly unspectacular place.
The perfect place for those who don’t suffer from FOMO but are very well able to observe and enjoy the small things of truly Colombian life.this way to read the whole story >>>
Before I begin to tell you about my amazing day at Parque Tayrona, I must admit that I skipped one stop.
After we left the pleasure hell of the beaches of Cartagena, we made it to Santa Marta, a city by the sea. A little colonial, a little touristy, a little average, but very unpretentious. A healthy mix of good crowds.
And adjacent to the fantastic natural reserve Parque Tayrona.this way to read the whole story >>>
Floating in Palomino: The former fishermen’s village is booming! Because it has one of Colombia’s nicest beaches and a river with a major fun factor.this way to read the whole story >>>
Vamonos, let me guide you to Lima – beyond Miraflores and off the touristy trails.
Give Lima a chance to amaze you with beautiful museums, colorful markets, and great food.this way to read the whole story >>>
Here comes a guide to Paracas which is actually only a short promenade along the shore. However, it’s a great gateway to natural treasures like the Islas Ballestas, Peru’s Galapagos Islands.
Every morning, the tour boats leave the village and show the visitors the undisturbed wildlife on these rocks. Sea lions, flocks of different birds, and even groups of penguins are greeting from the shores.this way to read the whole story >>>
Let me guide you to Ica, unjustly, mostly considered a gateway to the desert and artificial oasis of Huacachina which is a major tourist attraction.
Nonetheless, Ica itself has a handful of landmarks. Most of all, it gives you the chance of experiencing a Peruvian town out of the tourist hot spots.this way to read the whole story >>>