Lonely Planet Publications, 1995 - Travel - 538 pages
Columbia is a land of the unknown, an independent traveller's frontier, and this comprehensive guide is the essential resource to the country of contrasts. It's full of down-to-earth information about the wild cosmopolitan streets of Bogota and the pristine wilderness areas of the Darien Gap and Sierra Nevada del Cocuy. It explains how to catch a cargo boat down the Amazon and how to visit the ancient lost city of Ciudad Perdida.
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