Through the lens: Guatape, Colombia

  • Guatapé

Less than two hours drive from Medellin you’ll find Guatapé. It’s a great day-trip for two reasons – the colourful streets and its enormous granite rock that needs to be seen to be believed. (El Peñón de Guatapé) Great town for spectacular views, boat rides and a coffee in the tight and bright streets.


El Peñón de Guatapé: enormous and a little mysterious.


View while climbing up the stairs of El Peñón de Guatapé.


View from the boat trip around the waterways below.


The charm of Guatapé


The colours are fun.


Every building has joined in on the colourful theme.


Little mate.


The colourful little laneways of Guatapé

Colombia is a great travel destination, don’t be put off by the legacy reputation of it being unsafe. This is one of many highlights to enjoy.

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Sony RX 100mi

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