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Ciudad Perdida, Colombia's hiking trails, Hiking trails in Colombia

Ciudad Perdida, Colombia's hiking trails, Hiking trails in Colombia

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Mompox, Colombia: a town from the pages of Gabriel Garci­a Marquez

The richness of mangroves and the abundance of the Pacific Ocean’s marine wildlife converge in a fascinating way in the Utría National Natural Park, located in the department of Chocó, in the Nuqui and Bahia Solano municipalities of Colombia

The richness of mangroves and the abundance of the Pacific Ocean’s marine wildlife converge in a fascinating way in the Utría National Natural Park, located in the department of Chocó, in the Nuqui and Bahia Solano municipalities of Colombia

Sopo, Cundinamarca, Colombia.

Sopo, Cundinamarca, Colombia.

Cocora Valley, Valle del Cocora, Colombia's hiking trails, Hiking trails in Colombia

Cocora Valley, Valle del Cocora, Colombia's hiking trails, Hiking trails in Colombia

#VagamundosColombia Cabaña en el árbol para cinco personas en Reserva Natural Tanimboca Leticia P4020069 by Vagamundos.net/Carlos Olmo, via Flickr

#VagamundosColombia Cabaña en el árbol para cinco personas en Reserva Natural Tanimboca Leticia P4020069 by Vagamundos.net/Carlos Olmo, via Flickr

Planes turísticos en Suesca, Cundinamarca

Planes turísticos en Suesca, Cundinamarca

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Colombia, Los Estoraques Unique Natural Area, a small nat.park in the Cordillera Oriental, large brownstone pedestals and columns formed by thousands of years of erosion. A part of the Catatumbo River basin, elevation 1450-1900 m above mean sea level. The climate is warm and dry, the average temp is 22°C. The fauna of the region is rich in species, many of them endemic, 58 species of birds It was declared a Área Natural Única in 1998. (text by aliXeMona, source Wikipedia)

Colombia, Los Estoraques Unique Natural Area, a small nat.park in the Cordillera Oriental, large brownstone pedestals and columns formed by thousands of years of erosion. A part of the Catatumbo River basin, elevation 1450-1900 m above mean sea level. The climate is warm and dry, the average temp is 22°C. The fauna of the region is rich in species, many of them endemic, 58 species of birds It was declared a Área Natural Única in 1998. (text by aliXeMona, source Wikipedia)

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