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    No country on earth is more geographically blessed than Colombia, with its high-altitude peaks, lush jungles, pristine beaches, wildlife-rich rainforest, and strong coffee. Now that the guerrillas of the FARC are moving toward a peace accord, the land of cocaine and kidnappings may become the best unexplored adventure haven in South America.

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    Bogota's Candelaria district.

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    Bogota life.

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    Children in Terminales village.

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    On the road from Caño Cristales back to Rio Guayavero.

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    Tropical Los Llanos in eastern Colombia.

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    Cacao pods.

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    The Pacific coast near Nuqui.

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    Whale watching with Nestor Tello.

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    A 440-year-old bridge near Medellin.

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    A Terminales villager.

  • Kids from Termales village.

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    View from flight from Regional Airport Olaya Herrera in Medellín to Nuqui Airport.

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    The Reserva Natural Cañon de Río Claro.

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    Mountain biking by the Aurrá river near Medellin.

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