• Contrasts of Colombia

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    Today on the Titan Blog we take a closer look at another of our brand new tours featured in our Worldwide brochure – ‘Contrasts of Colombia’.  From colonial towns to a pristine beach paradise, it comes as no surprise that Colombia’s popularity as a holiday destination is rising.   Product Manager Phil tells us more about what this region of contrasts has to offer:

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    “Colombia is a country which is wrapped in warmth and colour and is pushing its shady past aside to embrace tourism for the first time. With charming colonial towns which are a delight to meander through at leisure stopping at traditional coffee shop to sample one of the nation’s exports. With visits to Colombia’s capital Bogota to visit the world renowned Gold Museum before heading to the peaceful mountains surroundings of the Coffee Zone there are contrasts to be seen. Our tour also visits the remarkable Salt Cathedral in Zipaquira before venturing off to the rarely visited Tayurona National park which is an idyllic coastal haven surrounded by wildlife enriched jungle and the world’s highest coastal mountain range, the Sierra Nevada de Santa Marta. Colombia cuisine is also exquisite and to assist you with bringing some national dishes home we have incorporated an interactive cooking lesson with a local chef. The highlight for many when travelling to Colombia would be Cartagena, a quaint cobbled street port with historical importance which has seen the Spanish along with pirate’s aplenty.”

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    Phil Ellis

    Phil has 11 years’ experience in the travel industry, seven of those as a product manager, but he is one of the newer members of Titan’s team. As Titan’s Long Haul Product Manager, Phil is responsible for covering our tours in Africa, the Middle East, Latin America, the Indian subcontinent and China.

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