In recent months, Colombia is becoming a trendy travel destination. Unknown, mysterious, in all, a gem waiting to be discovered. Colombia Photo Expeditions can help you uncover truly unique places and experience the real Colombia.

Some recent articles about Colombia include:

National Geographic Traveller
Colombia: Vibrant, verdant and viridescent
Enshrouded in the cloak of Mother Nature, Colombia’s bountiful central coffee region is South America at its greenest. But 1,900 bird species mean there are plenty of other colours on view, too. Read more

New York Times Travel
A Journey to Colombia’s Coffee Belt
In the northern reaches of the Andes — where the coffee bean is as
central to life as corn is to small town Iowa — a welcoming spirit prevails. Read more

The Times UK
Discover Colombia’s lost city and its spectacular coast
Ciudad Perdida has a setting to rival Machu Picchu’s, but without the crowds, and you can trek to its amazing ruins, then relax on the beach. Read more

Vanity Fair UK
Could it be Magic
From the shining seas of the north to the jungles of its southernmost tip, Colombia is in the throes of a fantastical rebirth—and Alice B-B, for one, is bewitched by a country on the cusp of change. Read more

The World’s Happiest Country. Read more

UK Telegraph
Everybody had the same reaction. ‘Colombia?’ they’d chirp, before giving a sagacious little nod. ‘Perfect time to go, what with the news and that. Get in there early, before everyone else.’ Why you should go to Colombia now – before it’s too late. Read more

Wanderlust Travel Magazine
12 trips to 2017’s new frontiers
Explore the little-seen south of Colombia

“Hit the road in Colombia in its rarely seen southern reaches now that the FCO’s travel restrictions have been (marginally) relaxed. Amakuna’s chauffeur-driven Road Trip hurtles through the departments of Huila and Cauca, pit-stopping in the colonial-era ‘White City’ of Popayan, as well as UNESCO- listed San Agustin, which boasts the largest collection of religious monuments and megalithic sculptures in South America.” Read more

The Inquirer Daily News
Colombia’s mountainous coffee-growing region is steeped in charm
For most of my adult life, when I thought about Colombia at all, it was in the context of drugs, kidnapping, murder, and endless civil war. When our son announced he was going to join the Peace Corps and commit to 27 months in that country, I was motivated to attempt to revise my opinion. Read more

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