Colombia podría ser “descertificado” por el país del norte
Nuevas investigaciones demuestran que el bosque amazónico fue alterado por tribus precolombinas miles de años atrás.
El corredor Chocó – Darién son 13.800 hectáreas de bosque primario a orillas del mar Caribe en Colombia protegidas por Cocomasur
Colombian cuisine is colorful, full of flavor, and everchanging. If you’re an adventure seeker with a big appetite, then this South American country should be your next travel destination
People from around the globe travel to Flandes to skydive
The following three paramos can easily be reached from Bogotá, so put on your waterproof boots, grab a raincoat, and head for the city's surrounding hills.
Turtles, iguanas, caimans and canaries are the most trafficked species.
Last week the best 500 projects of the region were showcased.
The Kankuamo marquezi tarantula is found in the Sierra Nevada de Santa Marta in Colombia.
Colombian President announced 100,000 hectares of the rare ecosystem will be delimited. In February a court had declared oil, gas and mining operations illegal in these territories.
A Colombian town filled with incredible myths and legends
If Colombian peace deal comes to an end, tourism will replace the loneliness of countless beautiful places the war has kept untouched.
The people of Tasco in Colombia are refusing the reopening of an iron mine in their region after they've become aware of its consequences.
The Colombian primate has survived despite illegal trafficking and habitat loss.
The park was declared a World Heritage Site in 1995 due to the fact that it is the largest pre-Columbian archaeological site in the continent of South America.
NGOs' figures show that approximately 130 social leaders have been killed
The contemporaneous art museum in Bogotá gets the international excellence sign.
Estimates of the FARC’s annual income at the time range from $200m to $3.5 billion.The government may never get its hands on the guerrillas’ ill-gotten gains
The legacy of paramilitarism and drug trafficking that Medellín has came at a high price
The president of Bogota’s Chamber of Commerce argues for creative and cultural economic activities to make the city competitive worldwide.
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