The verdant green valleys that surround Medellin, Colombia, the city of eternal spring, are home to incredible small towns that are great for day and weekend trips from Medellin.
Villa de Leyva has remained nearly untouched for hundreds of years. With the main streets and central plaza still paved in cobblestones, it’s one of the only towns in Colombia that has preserved its colonial style as a whole. This ultimate guide to Villa de Leyva details everything you need to know from where to eat to where to stay.
Imagine swimming in an infinity pool of natural spring water on the top of a cliff with endless views of the surrounding mountains. To your right is a beautiful petrified waterfall that cascades into the valley below, appearing as if it has been frozen in time. This is the gorgeous scene at Hierve el Agua, Oaxaca.
Soak in the thermal waters at these regenerative hot springs in Colombia. Discover everything you need to know including tips to make the most of your time.
The city of Cartagena, Colombia is dripping with Caribbean charm. But it can be hard to find a beach that is as charming. Click to read the ultimate guide to Cartagena beaches.
Imagine waking up to a view of continuous coves of green that surround Guatape lake, watching the fog as it settles into each nook, and in the other direction, a giant rock towering over the cabins below. This is the reason you should stay overnight in Guatape, Colombia.
Isla Grande is an island paradise in Colombia, near Cartagena with beautiful beaches and turquoise water – a great way to escape and unwind for a few days. There are no cars on the island, only walking paths with hand-painted signs pointing you towards your destination. Wifi and other resources are limited, encouraging you to simply relax. This guide details everything you need to know about where to stay and what to do on Isla Grande.
Colombia is quickly becoming a popular travel destination but there are still some secluded undiscovered areas to explore. Click to read why Rincon del Mar should be on your Colombia travel bucket list.
If you study a map of Mexico’s Yucatan Peninsula, you’ll soon realize there are more Mayan ruins to visit than famous Chichen Itza. Discover the 7 best ruins in the Yucatan and which one is our favorite.
One of the most important things to know about Day of the Dead is it’s a family affair. A time for reflection on those who’ve left his world. But there’s so much more to this traditional Mexican holiday. Read on to discover the facts about Day of the Dead you don’t know.