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About Antonio (your host at ChapinorteBogotá):

Originally from Granada, Spain—Antonio has traveled and lived throughout Europe and the Americas.

Following 2 years in the UK and 5 years in the USA, Antonio returned to Spain where he opened his first hostel (in Madrid— in 2000.

By 2005, the traveling bug once again took hold, and he ventured off to various countries in South America. From Argentina, his travels through Uruguay and Brazil were delayed by a 6-month stint working at a local hostel near the amazing Iguazu Falls (Argentina/Brazil border).

Continuing north (through Chile, Bolivia, Peru, Ecuador, and Colombia), he once again settled into a new location—Caracas, Venezuela—for a few months. From Venezuela, Antonio returned to live in the amazing country of COLOMBIA—where he opened ChapinorteBogota in 2007.

WHY COLOMBIA? Because it is an affordable country with amazing places and wonderful people!

The stories of Colombia’s Past keep this country at arms reach for many. However, the stories of Colombia’s Present are far removed from such tales! The result is an amazingly-diverse country ripe for discovery, and safe for travel! Discover new and exciting places, and warm and welcoming people around each new bend!

Wild rivers to raft and kayak, active volcanoes to view, and high plateaus that seem to touch the moon and stars! Experience the vast llanos (plains), and the beautiful beaches along two coasts—the Pacific Ocean and Caribbean Sea. Walk through majestic forests, and explore colonial towns—Colombia is bursting with natural beauty and historic places!

With prices comparable to Peru, Argentina, or Mexico, Colombia is easy on your wallet! Much cheaper than Brazil, Chile and Ecuador! Ecuador. Many “backpackers” or “budget travelers” enjoy much of Colombia for about 850 Euros ($1,000 USD) a month (accommodation, food, transportation, and miscellaneous items).

Colombianos welcome you as nowhere else in South America—offering a warm greeting and open invitation to discover their wonderful land. International tourism is new to Colombia, and locals are quick to initiate conversations and welcome you into their circle of friends and family. Colombia is diverse in topography and in the traditions of its various ethnic groups are equally-diverse. Make a new friend while sharing a unique experience with the people of Colombia!


Travel the popular route along the Caribbean coast (Cartagena, Barranquilla and Santa Marta) and visit offshore islands and the Colombia’s magical Tayrona National Park.
Visit the major cities of (Bogotá, Medellin, and Cali) while enjoying the more-temperate weather of the Andean Region, and diverse offerings of these distinctly-different population centers.

Take in “The Coffee Zone” (between Cali and Medellin)—a land rich in beauty and a pleasure for the senses!
And, should your adventurous nature take hold, venture off to the newer destinations of La Guajira, Sincelejo, Monteria, Magangué, San Gil, Barichara, Bucaramanga, Mompos, Tulua, Buga, Popayan, and San Augustine.
There are Salsa Classes in Cali, or Spanish Courses in Bogota. You can eat “Ant Butts” in Bucaramanga, or Paraglide near Medellin. Experience snow and hot springs above Manizales, or hike among “wax palms” near Salento. Wander the old city of Cartagena, or trek to the “lost city” above Tayrona National Park. And yes, Colombia is on the Amazon River as well!
And, when the sun sets, take in the another highlight of Colombia—its nightlife!

Further Information

Travel tips: Wear sneakers or comfortable walking. Bogotá's historic center is not the greatest but there simply entering the Botero Museum Museo del Oro can assure you that spend a lot of time standing.

If you want to know the largest theater festival in the world and invite you to this great celebration that takes place every two years in Bogotá between March and April, during Holy Week. Come to the incredible staging of the best theater groups that meet in this great celebration in the Colombian capital.

You should avoid here: A place to stay chapinortevip hostel which is located in the north of bogota the place is call Zona Rosa and is a wonderfull place to stay the name of the host is antonio and is a great person

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By John Pachon

Bogota Tourism...

01 Sep 2010

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