Dancers in colorful dresses at the Feria de Cali.

The Feria de Cali: An Extravaganza for Everyone

The Feria de Cali (December 25-31) is an end of year homecoming festival for Caleños, or Cali natives, the world over, and it has everything a Colombian party should: parades, concerts, and plenty of dancing. While for Caleños the Feria might be about reuniting with family and old friends, for visitors, this is the best time to get to know Cali. The Feria takes over every barrio of this sizzling city of sugarcane and salsa, from the Bohemian San Antonio to chic Granada to the Parque la Loma de la Cruz, and ushers out the year in style.

View of mountain range in Colombia

Ten Surprising Facts About Colombia

From its rich biodiversity to its stunning natural landscapes, Colombia, where the Andes meet the Caribbean, has a lot going for it as a tourist destination. Here are ten things a first-time visitor should know about this culturally and ecologically diverse South American country before booking that ticket.

A stream cuts through the jungle in Colombia's Darien.

An Overview of Colombia’s Darien Gap

Extending from Panama to Colombia, the sparsely populated Darien Gap has long captured the imagination of adventurers. Learn more about the Colombian Darien and how to get there.