Tag: COLOMBIA

The Ultimate Video Guide to Colonial Cartagena

This episode is the ultimate video guide to colonial Cartagena in Colombia. What do to, what to eat and where to go. Find the most instagrammable places in the city. A great vlog to prepare for a trip to this unique and magical city, located on the Caribbean side of the country.  

Visual Tour of the New Wildlife Camp in Colombia

Colombia Photo Expeditions has just introduced a new unique once-in-a-lifetime expedition, a brand new Wild Camp Experience in Colombia. We can make it the core of your Colombia exploration, or add it, as a superb extension to your main trip. With a maximum capacity at the camp for 10 persons, the Camp is located in El Encanto de Guanapalo, a 9,000-hectare private reserve in the … Read More Visual Tour of the New Wildlife Camp in Colombia

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Tailored Bird Photo Tours in Colombia

TAILOR YOUR OWN PHOTO TRIP – CHOOSE YOUR PREFERRED DATES OF TRAVEL Why Should You Join This Expedition? For years we have been photographing and scouting the best photographic opportunities for birders and nature lovers in Colombia. This Tour will allow you to photograph at the Best Bird Feeder Sites in the country. And you will be able to travel in a small group, just with … Read More Tailored Bird Photo Tours in Colombia

🎥 ¿Qué es un Palabrero Wayuu? | La Guajira . Episodio 5

En este episodio hablamos con Jose Luis Pushaina, indígena Wayuu y experto en la cultura y las tradiciones de éste pueblo. Nos explica la jerarquía y organización del pueblo wayuu, y nos aclara quienes son los palabreros, nombrados Patrimonio Cultural e Inmaterial de la UNESCO. ► Descubre Colombia: http://www.colombiaphotoexpeditions.com

🎥 ¿Qué es un Piache Wayuu? | La Guajira . Episodio 4

En este episodio hablamos con Jose Luis Pushaina, indígena Wayuu y experto en la cultura y las tradiciones de éste pueblo. Nos explica qué es un Piache, o curandero Wayuu. ► Descubre Colombia: http://www.colombiaphotoexpeditions.com

Campaña Trueque: Emprendimiento Indígena

El pueblo indígena kankuamo, es uno de los cuatros pueblos de la Sierra Nevada de Santa Marta, ubicado al norte de Colombia, cerca de la ciudad de Valledupar. Tiene una población general de 26.000 habitantes y comprende 12 comunidades (Guatapurí; Chemesquemena, Atanquez, Las Flores, Mojao, Haticos, Rancho Goya, Ramalito, La Mina, Rioseco y Murillo). La población Kankuama ha sufrido múltiples afectaciones a sus formas … Read More Campaña Trueque: Emprendimiento Indígena

Colombia: Top Birds of the Choco Region 🎥 Birdwatching | Episode 3

In this episode we explore the top birds of the Choco Region in Colombia.

Colombia: Top Birds at Araucana Lodge 🎥 Birdwatching | Episode 1

In this episode we travel to the Cauca Valley in Cali, Colombia. We unveiled the top ten birds at La Araucana Lodge, a hidden secret 45 min away from the city. The perfect place for birding and nature photography.

Colombia: Top 10 Birds 🎥 Birdwatching | Episode 2

In this episode we professional birding guide talks about Colombia´s top ten birds.

Discover the Most Beautiful River in the World

In this new episode, I journey into the most beautiful river in the world. Located in Colombia, its real name is Caño Cristales. Until recently, guerrilla activity rendered Caño Cristales almost completely inaccessible. The Macarenia clavígera “blossoms” only in the months between the dry and rainy seasons, so try to visit in the months of July through October. The Serranía de la Macarena is … Read More Discover the Most Beautiful River in the World

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Do They Really Eat Fat-Bottomed Ants?

You may have heard of this Colombian delicacy, specifically from the Santander region. But if not, be prepared to be an expert. First and foremost, what ARE hormigas culonas? The direct translation means fat-bottomed ant. Yep, ants! Fun facts: -These small creatures live mainly in the Barichara, Bucaramanga & San Gil areas -These female ants leave their hill only once a year to go … Read More Do They Really Eat Fat-Bottomed Ants?

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Colombia: So You Want to Explore the Land of a Thousand Rhythms?

This is the latest post in the Colombia Blog Series by Kike Calvo which profiles interesting information, research and thoughts on Colombia related to journalism, ecotourism, visual anthropology, exploration and photography. This article belongs to the author’s lifelong series The Güepajé Project. For the past few weeks I embarked on a rather remarkable music exploration around Colombia with Colombia Photo Expeditions. Most people have probably heard of, and hopefully danced … Read More Colombia: So You Want to Explore the Land of a Thousand Rhythms?