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.
Colombia’s Cocuy National Park is not easily accessible. But for the intrepid, the park offers a surrealist high-alpine dreamscape combined with a chance to climb the country’s tallest accessible peak: Full Article »
An historic Colombian hotel in the countryside outside of Bogota recently reopened its doors as an ecological museum and has now received $410,000 from the Europen Union to further develop Full Article »
The famed Caño Cristales river, one of Colombia’s most beautiful natural sites and one of the most stunning water phenomenons on Earth, is slowly becoming more accessible to visitors as Full Article »
About 15 miles outside of Villa de Leyva, Boyaca – a quick day trip from the country’s capital Bogota – is the brilliantly colored colonial town, Raquira, known as the Full Article »
The world rally of coleo, when men on horses pull the tails of bulls until they fall over, is to be held in Villavicencio in central Colombia from October 12 Full Article »
Colombia’s 40th International Culture Festival kicked off in the central Boyaca department Friday. Over four decades, the biggest cultural event of the department has developed and grown into a design Full Article »
The second International Theater Festival for Peace will return to the central Colombian city of Barrancabermeja for nine days of collective creativity. The festival will be held from September 15 Full Article »