A bird sanctuary on the Barú peninsula in northern Colombia has become an important tourist attraction for its conservation efforts.
Fernando Urbina has dedicated 40-years of research to Colombia’s ancient rock art. His discovery of petroglyphs in remote territories show the first contact between conquistadores and Amazonian tribes.
The Elders of the Huitoto are commemorating 30-years of the Colombian government's recognition of their ancestral territory.
Photographer Ruven Afanador and artist Ana González tribute the beauty and inherent sense of style of Colombia's indigenous women in a collaborative project: Daughters of Water
Ayahuasca ceremonies are performed by many indigenous groups in Colombia's Amazon region. But, how safe is yagé for foreigners? We asked an expert.
The head of UNESCO’s Intangible Cultural Heritage spoke to The City Paper about Colombia’s participation in the Representative List.
In her directorial debut with Birds of Passage, Cristina Gallego chronicles the birth of the marijuana trade in La Guajira and the role of women among the Wayúu.
A replica of Colombia's only black president is being displayed in Casa de Nariño, but the legacy of Juan José Nieto Gil remains one of abandonment and historical exclusion
As the founder of Kaishi Travel, Andrés Delgado is relentless in his quest for sustainability and helping communities improve their tourism standards.
Colegio Filadelfia Para Los Sordos was founded three decades ago by an American educator to provide quality education for deaf children in Bogotá.
Cristina Consuegra is a food anthropologist who has safeguarded ancestral recipes for future generations to enjoy and research.
As part of a government initiative to keep Colombia's tourism destinations clean from plastic and other man-made waste, #ColombiaLimpia heads to the beach resort of Palomino.
The Serrania de La Lindosa in Guaviare has been given protected status by ICANH to save its ancient rock face pictograms.
Colombia's flagship airline, Avianca, begins a new Dreamliner service to the capital of Bavaria, Munich, five days a week starting Nov 16, 2018.
From social media sensation to household name, the peculiar sound of Los Rolling Ruanas is conquering international audiences.
Colombia's 19th century black president José Nieto Gil's memory has all but been whitewashed" by subtle racism and political intrigue.