Expats are changing Colombia’s social and cultural diversity, many leaving it all to start new lives on these shores.
Fat-bottomed ants or the 'hormiga culona' are a Colombian delicacy, and in Casanare these insects make for a fun ecotourism experience.
From their Chapinero boutique, the López sisters revamp vintage clothing for Bogotá’s fashionistas.
Thirty-three circus lions liberated from ramshackle operations in Colombia and Peru are now walking free in South African cat sanctuaries.
Pickpocketing is no laughing matter, but there are some simple steps you can take to keep yourself safe.
Considered the "most successful football coach in Colombian history, Argentina's José Pékerman's days with La Selección are numbered.
A flurry of guides on Bogotá and Colombia have recently been released. Here is a review of what to expect in these publications.
The acclaimed plant-based chef Matthew Kenney spoke with The City Paper of his latest vegan venture, the opening of Makeout in the Colombian capital.
A multi-national study will research the effects of violence on brain development in Colombian youth.
Colombia's passport ranks well below its South American peers, and citizens still face obstacles for visa-free travel.
Across South America, the barras bravas command power with football clubs. But how can the sport stem the violence?
The Camëntsá and Inga communities' Bëtsknaté festival celebrates traditional values of peace and reconciliation in Colombia's Putumayo region.
Feel like trading in stressful Bogotá for a place in the sun? Santa Marta may be within your budget with sunsets included.
Being a parent in a foreign land offers benefits such as hearing your children speak in tongues. Being bilingual in childhood changes brains forever.
"Stunt," an informal sport where motorcyclists perform daring moves in city streets is gaining popularity in Colombia and around the world.
Learning a new language in a foreign country can be isolating, but that frustration can also unite those who dare to explore.