A land of charm, mountains and ocean, forever a treasure in South America, it is now a matter of peace and reconciliation, an exciting territory that’s waiting for you with the assurance that you will want to return.
Barranquilla hosts the largest carnival in February and Pasto holds the Carnaval de Blanco y Negro which consists of everyone wearing black and white clothes which is the custom otherwise you are guaranteed to get covered in paint, foam or even flour. LGBT travel plans should consist of at least visiting one carnival when in Colombia. Colombia has come a long way and at one point in the past could have been compared as inhabitable and extremely dangerous. The country has seen huge milestones in progress, allowing tourism to play an essential role in Colombia’s economy with luxury travel plans that are affordable and valuable.