Bogota Colombia – The Complete Guide
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Bogota Colombia – The Complete Guide

Choosing Bogota, Colombia, as a vacation destination might be out there for some people. For us, it was a long time coming. For years Colombia has been deemed off-limits based on The US. Department of State – Bureau of Consular Affairs travel advisories and public perception. Sadly, public perception stems from the Pablo Escobar days…

Hotel Del Salto at Tequendama Falls – Colombia
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Hotel Del Salto at Tequendama Falls – Colombia

Since I saw the photos of Hotel Del Salto at Tequendama Falls, I have wanted to visit this allegedly haunted hotel. Colombia was already on the list for 2019, and I chose Bogota explicitly to see this once a hotel, now a museum. Besides the obvious reasons, like being directly opposite a huge waterfall, the…

Villa de Leyva – Casa Terracota
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Villa de Leyva – Casa Terracota

Villa de Leyva’s Casa Terracota is an architectural marvel that took the artist and environmental activist Octavio Mendoza 20 years to complete. The locals call it “Casa de Flintstones” an unusual house made entirely of clay.  Coming in at a whopping 5,400 square feet, Villa de Leyva’s Casa Terracota is the world’s biggest piece of…

Salt Cathedral of Zipaquirá – Bogotá, Colombia
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Salt Cathedral of Zipaquirá – Bogotá, Colombia

Hailed as one of Colombia’s most significant architectural accomplishments, The Salt Cathedral of Zipaquirá is the most stunning and unusual cathedral you will ever visit. From the moment you walk down the pathway leading to the tunnels, you know you are about to experience something inspiring. It’s dark, wet, mysterious, and reminiscent of a scene…