2 hrs ago
Travel app purchase one of biggest acquisitions yet of a Colombian tech company
A Colombian app company that helps backpackers find a place to stay was recently acquired by the world's largest youth travel agency, the CEO revealed to Colombia Reports.
6 hrs ago
Why Men's Shoes Should Be More Affordable
When designers Nicholas Hurtado and Andres Nino, friends and collaborators from Colombia, saw their first pair of high-end men's shoes hit shelves, they were justifiably excited.
8 hrs ago
Cultural politics in Colombia: Whose statues?
16 hrs ago
An expansive move in the wellness segment
Luxury travel and wellness increasingly go hand-in-hand. And Six Senses, an early leader in the sector, is responding with ambitious growth.
Wed Dec 04, 2013
Island pair in Colombian Caribbean receive territorial brand
Colombia is in the process of creating a marketable "brand" for its Caribbean Providencia and Santa Catalina islands in an attempt to boost tourism, according to a government press release.
Tue Dec 03, 2013
Latin America: The Next Growth Market for Low-cost Air Carriers
Airbus builds roughly half of the world's jet airliners, including the largest passenger plane, the A380.
Fri Nov 29, 2013
The Miami Herald
Spanish-African singer Buika brings her powerful, passionate voice to Arsht Center stage Dec. 1
In the past year, the Spanish-African singer Concha Buika has hopscotched around Europe, the United States and Latin America, singing in Paris, London and Bucharest, Colombia and Brazil, Chicago and New York.
Wed Nov 27, 2013
Colombian orphans arrive in Shoreview for Camp of Dreams
A group of 11 orphans have traveled thousands of miles from their native Colombia to Shoreview to spend a week and a half at the Camp of Dreams held at the Ona Orth Ministry Center on Snail Lake's northeast shore.
Sat Nov 23, 2013
Toledo orphans to the rescue
But realizing the needs of those affected by the devastation in northern Cebu, about 100 children and staffers of an orphanage in Toledo City wasted no time in extending aid to victims.
Thu Nov 21, 2013
The Washington Post
Colombiaa s Juan Gabriel Vasquez: Focused from afar
James Joyce and Ernest Hemingway knew this. And so does Juan Gabriel Vasquez, who left his native Bogota for Paris at 23, in the mid-1990s, to become a novelist and, not incidentally, to get away from an upbringing amid the bombings and assassinations of Colombia's drug war.
Travel World News
Colombia's Sofitel Legend Santa Clara Takes Home Top Wedding Destination Award
The World Luxury Hotels Awards, established in 2006, recognize the luxury hotel industry worldwide and legendary hotels regarding the general service excellence.
IHG Announces New Holiday InnA Hotel for Bucaramanga
Bucaramanga's first Holiday InnA hotel brings IHG's hotel portfolio for Colombia to nine including two hotels in Bogota - the Holiday Inn ExpressA Bogota and Holiday InnA Bogota Airport, Holiday InnA Cartagena Morros, Holiday Inn ExpressA Hotel & Suites Medellin and properties in the pipeline to be developed in Barranquilla, Cucuta, and Cartagena.
Wed Nov 20, 2013
New Market Report: Colombia Retail Report Q4 2013
We believe that there is a great deal of long-term potential for the local consumer market in Colombia, but flag up short-term concerns about the impact of ongoing currency weakness on the country's economic outlook.
Colombian startup filling Latin America's trucks
Over 25% of the trucks in Brazil, Mexico, Colombia and Argentina each week are traveling empty, costing companies billions of dollars in wasted trips, explained Federico Builes, the Chief Technology Officer of MiCarga, in an interview with Colombia Reports.
Tue Nov 19, 2013
Colombia's state council bans tourists from indigenous sacred spots
Colombia's state council has ordered a tourist ban on spots in the northern Tayrona national park that are considered sacred by local indigenous tribes, reported news website CM&.
Mon Nov 18, 2013
Colombia's airports in 'sorry state': Air traffic controllers
The concerns voiced in the Colombian Senate last week about the poor conditions at several major Colombian airports are "true and disturbing," according to the head of the Colombian Air Traffic Controllers Association.
Colombia must focus on tackling internal trafficking -report
Sat Nov 16, 2013
New Market Research Report: Travel and Tourism in Colombia to 2017
The country's inbound tourist volumes expanded at a review-period compound annual growth rate of 8.49% and are expected to record growth over the forecast period at a CAGR of 6.98%.
Sierra Nevado del Ruiz [Bogota, Colombia]
Crag features Nearest ice climbing to Bogota. Easy trail with crampons and axe up to the rim of the volcano.
Fri Nov 15, 2013
Medellin seeks to tackle insecurity in downtown area
The authorities of Medellin and the private sector of the city's downtown area have agreed to improve security in the center of Colombia's second largest city.