- 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
- Colombia Weather - Weather in Colombia seasons in . . .
Colombia Weather is very diverse Weather in Colombia changes throughout the country even in the same season: Colombia Seasons are not set in stone
- Culture of Colombia and Colombian Culture | The Colombia . . .
Colombia culture, you’ll be pleased to know, is as confusing as it is exciting, and, yes, even magical The Colombia we are blessed with today is a land and way of life made up of intense contradictions and cohesions; which can all be traced back to the consequences of colonial Spain’s thirst for gold
- Get to Know Andean Region | Colombia Travel
Enjoy the culture of Andean Region You will be enchanted with and its stunning nature landscapes, traditional music and delicious
- 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
- Bucaramanga - Colombia Travel
Founded on December 22 of 1622 in a plateau of the Oriental mountain range, a place where the Guane tribe was settled Bucaramanga, is a strategic
- Top 5 Best Hikes in Colombia - From Mountains to Jungles . . .
Paul Fowler Paul is an Englishman with a longstanding love of travel, tea and quality beer His first trip was to Bosnia Herzegovina and it was there, wading in some waterfalls near Mostar with just a litre of cheap beer and some bread in his belly, that he was bitten by the travel bug