- Pasto, Colombia - Wikipedia
Pasto, officially San Juan de Pasto (Spanish pronunciation: [saŋ xwan de ˈpas to]), is the capital of the department of Nariño, in southern Colombia The city has approximately 500,000 inhabitants and is located in the Atriz Valley on the Andes cordillera, at the foot of the Galeras volcano, at an altitude of 8,290 feet (2,897 m) above sea level
- Colombian Festivals,Carnivals in Colombia Colombia . . .
Events in Colombia are frequent and celebrated with zeal As any local will tell you, Colombians take any excuse to enjoy a good party and that’s a great thing for travellers who will be welcomed to the fiesta with open arms – quite often straight into a salsa jig
- Tayrona National Park, Colombia | The Colombia Travel Guide
Tayrona National Park in Colombia is a natural reserve full of stunning beaches in the Colombian Caribbean
- The Top 8 Islands in Colombia | Colombia Travel Blog by . . .
Chris on July 1, 2016 at 12:01 pm Hi Heidi, Honestly, when it comes to weather on the Caribbean coast it can be a touch unpredictable However, traditionally around July is more like the dry season – rain is always possible (as are storms – it’s the tropics!) but it’s not the full-on wet season, like in September and August
- Hiking in Puracé National Park | Colombia Travel Blog by . . .
Puracé National Park is a gorgeous park surrounding a volcano, near Popayan in Cauca This southern Colombia park boasts condors, paramo and some great hiking
- Current Local Time in Colombia - timeanddate. com
What time is it in Colombia now? Map of Colombia, time zone names and time in the largest cities
- travel. state. gov: Travel Advisories
Exercise normal precautions when traveling to Tajikistan Read the Safety and Security section on the country information page If you decide to travel to Tajikistan: