Future generations may look back at us for not "brushing our bodies" with a daily mobility routine the same way we do at the 93% of Americans who didn't brush their teeth in the early 1900s. So if you want to have the body equivalent of a bright white smile, here's how. It's as easy as brushing your teeth.
The Cerro Tusa hike isn't your typical hike. It's the steepest, crawl-your-way-up-and-don't-look-down hike we've ever done. Make that tried. One of us didn't make it up. Here's all you need to know to do the hike yourself including how to get there, whether a guide is necessary, and how to prepare yourself.
From the "Coffee Farm at the End of the World," to artisanal foods behind seemingly every one of the town's colorful doors, to an eco treehouse for grownups, Jericó's a tourism playground. So why does nobody rave about it? Well the secret's out now. Here are the things to do in Jericó, Colombia.
Cardamom marzipan, wine made by nuns in a convent, and the best cheese bread in Colombia—these and many more are among our guide to the best restaurants in Jericó, Antioquia, and its surprising (but hidden) array of artisanal treats.
From waterfalls, to caves, to prisons, to viewpoints, here's a list of the best Medellin hiking trails we've explored (so far), along with downloadable maps and links to our more detailed guides. Keep coming back, because as we continue exploring, this list will continue expanding!
If you want to be one of the rare few foreigners to visit Venecia, Antioquia here are the things to do and where to sleep, eat, and drink. (There's more than Cerro Tusa!) It's only 2 hours from Medellin, but you'll feel like you're in a completely different country and century.
Pergamino? Velvet? Urbania? Juan Valdez? .... Starbucks??? A professional blind taste test reveals a surprise winner of the best coffee in Medellin.