Travel Bite : Travel Guides

Central & South America

Colombia: South America's hottest new destination

Highest rated photo
Rating:
1 VOTE

HOT DEALS ON travel bite

The Travel Bite team hand-picks deals from across the web. Here are this week's best buys:
Get flights and five nights at the Sheraton Park Hotel on Disneyland's doorstep.
Also today

Popular Articles

Italy's high five - hikes with a viewItaly's hilly Cinque Terre region provides five-star views and hikes around five spectacularly beautiful fishing villages. Last drinks: anti-alcohol group calls to ban booze on planesA recent spate of booze-fuelled misbehaviour in Australian skies has an Australian anti-alcohol group reportedly calling for drinking to be banned on board aeroplanes. Road tripping New Zealand’s South Island in the summerActivities you must try when heading over to New Zealand over summer. World’s most dangerous hike set to reopenA Spanish walking track that earned the dubious reputation as the world's most dangerous and scariest walkway after claiming several lives is set to reopen next year. Underwater magic at Lady Elliot IslandThe underwater magic at Lady Elliot Island, at the southern end of the Great Barrier Reef, just keeps bringing people back.

Popular Articles

Italy's high five - hikes with a viewItaly's hilly Cinque Terre region provides five-star views and hikes around five spectacularly beautiful fishing villages. Last drinks: anti-alcohol group calls to ban booze on planesA recent spate of booze-fuelled misbehaviour in Australian skies has an Australian anti-alcohol group reportedly calling for drinking to be banned on board aeroplanes. Road tripping New Zealand’s South Island in the summerActivities you must try when heading over to New Zealand over summer. World’s most dangerous hike set to reopenA Spanish walking track that earned the dubious reputation as the world's most dangerous and scariest walkway after claiming several lives is set to reopen next year. Underwater magic at Lady Elliot IslandThe underwater magic at Lady Elliot Island, at the southern end of the Great Barrier Reef, just keeps bringing people back.