Welcome to the IMPULSE Travel Blog!
Has Colombia intrigued you as your next travel destination and you are looking for more information?
Are you curious to get to know a new country, its history, nature, and culture?
We know what it feels like being a traveler in a foreign country - that is why we created this blog: to help you as best as we can with your journey and answer your questions!
On our blog, you will find useful information about our beautiful country, its traditions, places of interest, language and more! We will also offer you tips on transportation, money, and destinations.
Have a look around! - Colombia awaits you!
The IMPULSE Travel Team
Ever heard of Tejo? Colombia's national sport involves explosives and a bit of beer. Read ...
For three years now, former gang members have been guiding tourists through Barrio Egipto,...
"The department of Antioquia, which lies in the immediate vicinity of the coffee zone, has developed over time into a coffee metropolis. For our Coffeeshop-Hopping in Medellin we considered only the best coffee houses in town. Read about the history of coffee and the tour content on Chasing Travel's blog post..."
"Until recently, not even the locals would ever dream of venturing into the treacherous, winding streets of areas like Comuna 13 — but now, what was once Medellin’s most dangerous neighborhood is getting a second chance at revitalization..."
"It’s no secret that Colombia is home to some of the best coffee beans in the world. We see it imprinted on the various coffee bags in our grocery stores. We hear about it in movies and we read about it in books. Naturally, one would expect..."
"A Bogota city tour is a great way to find your bearings in Colombia’s capital. Here’s what to expect from a guided Bogota City Tour with Impulse Travel—plus the seven Bogota sights I think every first-time visitor should take the time to see..."
"Colombia – a place many of us have heard of, yet few have explored. It’s a country at a pivotal moment in time; politically, socially, and historically speaking. And you’ll feel it from the very moments you enter. As you step into the colorful world of..."
"We take you for a walk through the underground Salt Cathedral Bogota outside of the big city in a small town called Zipaquirá. This area of the country is rich in salt mines active since the 5th century B.C., and..."