Explore two of Colombia’s dynamic and historic cities – Bogota with its historic center and reputions for premier graffiti art; and Cartagena with its ancient walled city
Take in the impressive Zipaquirá Salt Cathedral, a distinctive feat of engineering, carved over time in the mines that include the fourteen Stations of the Cross, a dome, an enormous cross carved into the rock and finally the three naves of the cathedral that represent the birth, life and death of Christ
Investigate in depth a tributary of the Guayabero River called Caño Cristales, and witness why it is called the “river of five colors” or the “liquid rainbow”
Delve into the San Agustín Archaeological Park, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, rich in archaeological evidence, including enormous stone statues, ancient tracks, field boundaries and artificial platforms as well as funerary monuments
Go off the beaten path to San Basilio de Palenque, named for the Palenques, communities of fugitive and escaped slaves from the colonial period of the 17th century; and considered the first free town in America
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