The number of foreign visitors to Colombia grew 12.1% in 2014, according to statistics released by the country’s trade ministry.
The Colombian Caribbean city of Barranquilla kicked off its annual carnival extravaganza. We could publish an entire story about it, but we won’t because photos are much more fun.
Twenty years after the death of its original owner, the former home of slain drug lord Pablo Escobar, the main mansion at the Haciendo Napoles in central Colombia, has collapsed.
A massive and controversial monument of Jesus Christ, which has sprung up in central-east Colombia in past weeks, is touted as the tallest such statue in the Americas.
Barranquilla’s carnival does not start until February 14, but that hasn’t stopped locals from beginning the annual celebration almost a month early with a series of pre-carnival activities.
A website promoting tourism in Colombia’s coffee region is vying to win a World Tourism Organization’s Award for Excellence and Innovation in Tourism.