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Nature lover? Here is why you need to visit Colombia soon!

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Senseless tourism has come to an end and the world is increasingly filled with more conscious travelers.

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Colombia announces the reopening of international flights

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On September 19th the Colombian city of Cartagena will have its first two flights from Fort Lauderdale and to Miami. Besides the United States, as...

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Colombia stands out as the ideal destination for post-COVID tourism

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Biosafety measures against the virus, social distancing, sterilization of spaces and corporate social responsibility are some of the factors that...

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Settled investors ratify Colombia as an investment destination

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A total of 229 foreign companies that operate in the country were surveyed by the Regional Investment Promotion Agencies and ProColombia regarding...

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Colombia launches a biosafety check-in certification for the tourism sector

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This voluntary certification aims to generate trust among travelers and consumers to choose tourism services that comply with the mandatory...

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Dance classes exported to the rhythm of salsa

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El Mulato y Su Swing Latino Artistic Company—who performed in the 2020 Super Bowl halftime show alongside JLo—decided to reinvent itself during the...

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Colombia has the best tourism website in the world

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The country's official tourism website led by ProColombia won the Webby People's Voice Award through massive online voting in more than 70 countries.

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Colombia wins world birding competition for the fourth year in a row

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From Colombia’s windows and balconies, birders recorded 1,440 bird species on the Global Big Day.

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ProColombia outlines its route ambitions

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Julián Guerrero, tourism vice president at ProColombia, tells Routesonline about the organisation's hopes at Routes Americas 2019.

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