Buy Moon Cartagena & Colombia’s Caribbean Coast
First Edition, October 2016
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Join longtime resident Andrew Dier on an unforgettable adventure. With his unique perspective and advice you can trust, Moon Cartagena and Colombia’s Caribbean Coast has everything you need to know to have the trip of a lifetime.
Moon Cartagena and Colombia’s Caribbean Coast shows travelers the way to the best of these beautiful regions—whether it’s swimming in the clear Caribbean waters or or celebrating a Carnaval with the locals. Along with his in-depth coverage, Dier includes unique trip ideas, including The Wild Coast and Mountain Highs. Complete with details on finding the best secluded beaches and the most stunning archeological sights, Moon Cartagena and Colombia’s Caribbean Coast gives travelers the tools they need to create a more personal and memorable experience.
With expertly crafted maps and gorgeous photos, this full-color guidebook gives you the tools you need to have an immersive and unique experience.
Moon Cartagena and Colombia’s Caribbean Coast includes areas such as:
- Santa Marta and the Sierra Nevada
- La Guajira
- Western Caribbean Coast
- San Andrés and Providencia
Andrew Dier and his Colombian partner Vio arrived in Bogotá from New York City in 2002. It was initially supposed to be a temporary move—a change of scenery for a while—but 10 years and a couple of adopted street dogs later, bustling Bogotá has gradually become their home.
Excited to share his newfound insider perspective on Colombia with others, Andrew traveled the country corner to corner to research Moon Colombia. Colombia has experienced great change during the past decade, transforming itself from a no-go to a must-see destination. Andrew is continuously astounded by the natural beauty of the country and touched by the genuine warmth of its people.
Andrew is a regular contributor to The City Paper, an English-language newspaper in Bogotá, and has written for a number of publications in the United States. He’s also become a deft translator, mostly for local nonprofit organizations.