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San Agustin's Enormous pre Columbian Cemetery

Here in the districts of Saladaoblanco, Isnos and San Agustin, the topography is uneven; valleys, hill plateaus and mountainous clusters come together to form its exotic and varied landscape. It is in this geographically contradictory territory to the south of Huila that in 5300BC an advanced culture evolved existed and disappeared in this strategically important natural passage from the foothills of the Colombian Massif to the Amazon.

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Salsa Circus

I knew Cali was Colombia’s 'Capital of Salsa', but I didn’t realise the city's salsa circus – called Delirio – would showcase its talents quite so spectacularly. This amazing show does exactly what it promises, combining salsa and a genuine circus in a flash of smiles, sequins and daring trapeze stunts. You’ll laugh at the clowns and marvel at the dancing devils but, above all, you’ll be bowled over by the children.

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Adventures By Day & Treehouse Sleeping By Night at Rio Claro Nature Reserve

If you were anything like me growing up then you watched the movie Swiss Family Robinson one too many times for the main reason of seeing the awesome treehouse they built for themselves!  As a little girl, the idea of sleeping under a roof, but still very much outdoors and surrounded by nature seemed absolutely magical.

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    Hi! How many days did you spend in Rio Claro? Would you recommend the tree house option over the other accomodations including the...

Parque Tayrona

On the Caribbean coast, near the town of Santa Marta, where the sea meets jungle, is one gorgeous stretch of coastline.  There, in Tayrona National Park, you can find one beautiful beach after another and is a place that anyone traveling to Colombia should make an effort to visit.

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