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One of the largest and most luxurious ships in the world will arrive in Colombia on cruise season

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The Queen Elizabeth is one of the novelties this season, which will run until June 2012. The Port of Cartagena is ready to receive more than 11,000 passengers in a single day. Cruise visitors increased from 50,946 in 2006 to 296,049 in 2010.

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The Guardian highlights Bogota as a tourist destination for "rediscovering"

The Guardian highlights Bogota as a tourist destination for "rediscovering" The British newspaper, one of the most influential in that country, ran a story about the new tourism opportunities in the Colombian capital, which refers to the city as a modern destination with an excellent gastronomical offering.

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Whale Season started in the Colombian Pacific

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Whale Season started in the Colombian Pacific

Every year this is the ideal scenario for humpback whales to breed and bear their offspring. They travel over 8,000 kilometers from Antarctica and Southern Chile to come to these warm waters that provide the perfect conditions to conserve their species.

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British see potential in Colombia for birdwatching

British see potential in Colombia for birdwatching A group of tour operators from the United Kingdom traveled around Colombia as the preamble to the Bird Fair, the largest fair in the sector, to take place in England this coming 19th of August.

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The Zipaquirá Cathedral, a mine of light and salt

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Guardian angel at the Salt Cathedral.

First there was the light of day, then darkness. Little by little, a multicolored phosphorescent light appeared and illuminated the walls of the Zipaquirá Salt Cathedral, a monumental architectural masterpiece built by the miners' own hands and which became a beautiful temple.

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