Against a backdrop of mountains and the vast valley to its east, Roldanillo is on the map for two reasons: It was the home of modernist artist Omar Rayo, and it’s the undisputed paragliding capital of Colombia.
This 10-day road trip includes two tried-and-true cowboy towns, a geological wonder, an outdoors mecca, four days at a working ranch, and all the beautiful and historical sights in between.
Expert Tom Dirlis provides ten rules to reap the fullest effect of Karlovy Vary’s healing springs, which attract hundreds of thousands of visitors annually.
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.
Looking to do some shopping for gourmet goodies in St. Louis? These suggested shops will delight aspiring gourmets and foodies alike.
On the western edge of the Parque Nacional Natural Los Nevados, the pueblo of Salento is one-stop shopping for those seeking a quintessential coffee region experience.
Hawaii is known for its giant wintertime surf and December is one of the best months to be a surf spectator as waves on Hawaii’s north- and west-facing shores can easily reach 20 to 40 feet high.
There is no doubt that Sydney is naturally one of the most stunning cities on this earth, but when it wants to it can even improve on its natural beauty. If you’re in Australia, a visit to Sydney at New Year’s is an absolute must—there simply is no better celebration to watch live.
Gunslingers, cattle rustlers, and Apache warriors made New Mexico a colorful, if violent, place in the 19th century, and relics of that frontier lifestyle are still visible everywhere.
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.