For culture, intellectual Bogotá might lead the rest of Latin America in experimental theater, indie-rock, and the number of bookstores, but you could also get a completely alien education in an Amazonian malocca, or you could delve into the huge Latin music scene of salsa and cumbia, with the most exciting dance display being the enormous Carnival of Barranquilla.
For history, wander the narrow streets of South America's original capital in Bogotá, check out old Spanish colonial provincial retreats like Villa de Leyva, trek through the thick jungle-covered mountains of the northeast to the Lost City of the Tayrona Indians, and walk the walls of Cartagena's achingly beautiful old city, looking over the fortified ramparts upon which the colonial history of South America pivoted.
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The group participates in (and hosts) various environmental programs and our president represents our no-fishing (for fish) group to various orgs and entities.
What better ocean stewards than those who peer beneath the surface regularly?
Here around 100 tribes arrive for a ‘sing-sing’ and show off their music, dancing, and elaborate face paintings, head dresses and costumes.
It is certainly a spectacle to end our travels in this fascinating country. This holiday is part of our Explore International range.
If you don't want to sit still, head off into the Amazon or any of the country's other many inland jungles, snow-capped volcanoes, rocky deserts, endless plains, lush valleys, coffee plantations, mountain lakes, deserted beaches.
Colombia occupies the northwest corner of South America.
It has an area twice that of France and almost twice Texas, with long coasts on the Caribbean and the Pacific oceans, mountainous regions, and Amazon jungle areas inland. The country has something to offer almost any traveller.
The fall-out from BBC broadcaster Michael Buerk's comments about New Guinea tribes has been quite something.
Presenting Radio 4's Moral Maze, Buerk made his own moral howler by labelling New Guinea tribes "primitive" and accusing them of killing random strangers.
For dining, you'll find everything from the ubiquitous cheap, delicious Colombian home-style meals to world-class upscale and modern culinary arts in the big cities, with cuisines from all corners of the world represented.