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We are an expat community that live and feel Colombia; we write in our native languages and love to travel through this beautiful country. Here you can find our travel stories where we share sensations, flavors and smells from Colombia. We invite you to read our experiences.

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Green stones from Colombia, Bogotá's Emerald District


Colombia is known for its coffee, but it plays a much bigger role in the world emerald market, where it produces more than half of the stones - and some of the best ones.

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  • Leigh Parsons
    Leigh Parsons says #
    Hi Mike, did you buy any emeralds on the street. If so were they good value.

Santa Marta City


You might think that after my time in Tayrona it’d be a bit of a downer to go back to the city, but frankly, though I loved the park I wasn’t at all disappointed because Santa Marta is a pretty charming place to “have” to come back to.

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Central Bogotá's Neighborhoods


While Bogotá hasn't experienced waves of foreign immigration like many other Latin American capitals, the city's neighborhoods do have characteristic personalities, formed during the city's growth north and south from the historical center.

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El Parque de Tayrona


Some destinations loom large in the collective imagination. Leading up to my trip to El Parque de Tayrona, everyone who I mentioned it to had the same reaction: It’s gorgeous, it’s amazing, can we come too? I admit to going into it rather blindly, excited by everybody else’s excitement, but other than that pretty clueless as to what exactly made Tayrona so special.

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  • Eva Laura Siegel
    Eva Laura Siegel says #
    Hi Genevieve! All of the arrangements for the trip were made by Proexport because this was a blogtrip organized by them, I should ...
  • Genevieve Guay
    Genevieve Guay says #
    Hi Eva, could you please tell me how you booked your cabin at Arrecifes, how much did it cost and if you had a private bathroom? T...

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