Overland Travel in Colombia
Colombia is increasingly popular among overlanders. And rightfully so. Among the kindest and most hospitable people in South America, just meeting Colombians is a reason to visit the country.
Good asphalt meanders for kilometers through the Andean Mountains, allowing for pleasant road trips to picturesque and traditional villages. Drive through Colombia’s famous coffee region, and take time to rough camp in the unique landscape of the Tatacoa Desert.
olombia is home to many old Renault 4s and Coen is a happy man. News in 2019 about the prototype of an electric, convertible e-Plein Air.
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With the Andes Mountains stretching from the far north of Venezuela all the way down to South America’s southernmost point in Argentina, covering seven countries and 4,300 miles in the … Read more
Crossing Los Llanos in Colombia in a spectacular 6-day road trip.
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The Colombia Travel Guide details border crossings, money matters, documentations, road conditions, safety issues, and more.
Updated: GPS Waypoints for campgrounds and rough camps in Colombia, including in Los Llanos.
When we were in Medellín we originally had the idea to directly return to Bogotá. Until we studied the map. “Why not take this loop via Ciudad de Bolívar to Quibdó … Read more
We met Academia 4×4’s founder in Bogotá and joined him for one of the fun and exciting competitions he organized: the Duel of Couples.
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A workshop is more than a collection of cars that need to be fixed. In fact, you could see it as a place of art.
Cali is a city in Colombia known for its salsa and night life. We didn’t see any of this but enjoyed our stay for many other reasons.
We crossed the little-used border crossing of San Miguel between Ecuador and Colombia, and drove across Putumayo to Mocoa.