Graffiti Medellin
Madonna isn’t the only one singing about Medellín these days – and it’s not just Medellín, it seems all of Colombia is suddenly the next destination de la moda! Everywhere you look there are more stories on the rise of Colombia trips. Forbes named Colombia as one of their ‘four places overseas to Read More
Chiva Corcorna
You’re probably asking yourself “why?” Great question. Why visit Colombia? Why explore Medellin? Why visit now? Why choose True Colombia Travel? “Why” is a question we ask ourselves all the time at TCT. Truthfully, asking why is at the heart of everything we do. Colombia has undergone huge transformations in Read More
Colombia has more species of birds than any other country on the planet. This is in part due to the large number of different environments, elevations, and climates in the country. With almost 2,000 species, Colombia is home to close to 20% of the world’s species of birds even though Read More
orchid
Colombia has more than 130,000 different plant species thanks to its range of climates and eco-systems, recognized as being one of the most biodiverse countries in the world with more than 4,000 kind of orchids, 3,000 types of butterflies, and 1,000 different species of birds. In Colombia you will find Read More
Colonail Architecture Cartagena
Cartagena de Indias is a magic, beautiful, and legendary city that preserves the mysteries of past times in the Caribbean. The fifth largest city in Colombia, Cartagena is one of the most popular tourist destinations in the country. Within the tall walls of the historic center (the “ciudad amurallada”) lives Read More
The Amazon is the largest and most important tropical forest in the world. It is known as the “green lung of the planet,” with an area of 7 million square meters spread across nine countries, including several departments that comprise the entire southern tip of Colombia. It is a territory Read More
BOG_Museo_del_Oro
If you come to Bogotá and want to know about how the indigenous cultures that inhabited the northern territory of this part of America lived, you cannot miss the Gold Museum (Museo de Oro), presented by the Bank of the Republic of Colombia. Within the gold-adorned walls of this tremendous Read More