Argentina is the 8th largest country in the world. A trip from the North all the way down to the South is almost 2,300 miles long. For years, I called Buenos Aires my home, and I made my way through this immense country several times. Its diversity left a big impression, and I absolutely fell in love. This fantastic country has so much to offer. In this article I’m sharing 9 places you cannot miss when traveling through Argentina.
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San Agustin archaeological park Colombia | Discover the mysterious statues & tombs!
Thousands of years ago, the southern part of Colombia was home to a mysterious civilization. This civilization built several burial mounds in which they placed beautiful statues. In this article I’m taking you on a journey to the mysterious statues and tombs of San Agustín in Colombia
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Cocora Valley Colombia – Tips for your visit and stay!
Curious about the highest palm trees in the world? Valle de Cocora is known for its many shades of green and its tall palms: the Quindío wax palm. This national tree of Colombia can call itself the tallest wax palm in the world, as it can reach 80 meters in height. The Cocora valley is a place you simply can’t miss during a trip to Colombia. You can go for beautiful hikes and take amazing pictures. In this article you’ll find everything you want to know about Valle de Cocora in Colombia, including hike options, hotels and a packing list.
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Things to do in Santa Marta Colombia | The ultimate travel guide with tips for your stay
Santa Marta is located on the Caribbean Sea, at the Sierra Nevada de Santa Marta. It is the capital of the Magdalena department and one of the oldest cities in Ciolombia. But what to do in Santa Marta in Colombia? You can defintely spend a nice day in the city. But you mainly use Santa Marta as a startingpoint for a trip to the Tayrona national park, mountain village of Minca, the surrounding beaches and the Lost City trek. In this Santa Marta Colombia travel guide I’m sharing my tips for the best things to do, hotels, restaurants and the most beautiful beaches, national parks and tours in the surroundings.