Blog and News

This is a collection of information, news and updates about us at Quimbaya 

HOW PANAMA HAS TAKEN SO MUCH PLACE IN HER HEART.

Meet Claudia Terrade, CEO of Quimbaya Latin America, Claudia, you chose your home in Panama City for your lockdown. You told us that you had found a refuge there, a security but also a “favorite” where life is good, but also to meet endearing…

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HEALTH & SAFETY PROTOCOLS IN THE REGION

As the WTTC publishes the global guidelines to reopen tourism and to re-establish confidence in consumers. We have appointed a special team to produce the Quimbaya New Health and Safety Operating Standards for all our suppliers. To request…

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PERU: LAKE TITICACA!

Manco Capac, according to legend, emerged from the cold waters of Lake Titicaca, 3,800 meters above sea level, and was the first of the Incas. Birthplace of the Incan civilization, Lake Titicaca is full of folklore and a haven of…

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MEXICO: EXPLORING UNCHARTERED YUCATÁN

Campeche, the region west of the Yucatán peninsula, is rich in patrimony and far from the typical sightseeing tours. Among the many gems in the region, there are two exceptional, must-see spots. Campeche, the region’s capital…

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PANAMA: THE ART OF MOLA

Spread out over a territory from the islands of San Blas in Panama to the Isthmus of Darien in Colombia, the indigenous Kuna ethnic group have a unique artisanal skill – the mola – now displayed in the largest museums in the world…

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COLOMBIA: THE PEARL OF THE CARIBBEAN

An interview with Zully Salazar, President of the Cartagena Tourism Board 2017 was “France/Colombia Year”. What was your overall impression of this collaboration? Really positive. The cultural exchange this year offered a wide range…

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BOLIVIA: SOUTH LIPEZ, DISCOVERING THE ALTIPLANO

At the tip of Bolivia, south of the famous Salar de Uyuni and, neighboring Argentina and the Chilean Atacama Desert, is a unique region with dreamlike landscapes that will inspire your drive for adventure: South Lipez. Perched more than 4,200…

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BRAZIL: NORDESTE VIA THE ROUTE OF EMOTIONS

Jericoacoara A four-hour bus ride from Fortaleza on the main road – or six hours on the scenic route for all-terrain vehicles – you’ll find the Jericoacoara natural reserve. Between sand dunes and dry mangrove trees, take an excursion…

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FESTIVITIES IN PERU

Festivities happening from October – November 2019. The Lord of the Miracles Around October the streets are filled with vendors selling a wide variety of typical dishes and desserts such as the famous Turron de Doña Pepa. Each October,…

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THE SPLENDID LANDSCAPES OF BOLIVIA

Bolivia offers landscapes as far as the eye can see, unparalleled beauty and calm worthy of the name, and more specifically the region of Potosí, full of resources and surprises not to be missed on your next trip. Latin America!

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HOW PANAMA HAS TAKEN SO MUCH PLACE IN HER HEART.

Meet Claudia Terrade, CEO of Quimbaya Latin America, Claudia, you chose your home in Panama City for your lockdown. You told us that you had found a refuge there, a security but also a “favorite” where life is good, but also to meet endearing…

Learn More

HEALTH & SAFETY PROTOCOLS IN THE REGION

As the WTTC publishes the global guidelines to reopen tourism and to re-establish confidence in consumers. We have appointed a special team to produce the Quimbaya New Health and Safety Operating Standards for all our suppliers. To request…

Learn More

PERU: LAKE TITICACA!

Manco Capac, according to legend, emerged from the cold waters of Lake Titicaca, 3,800 meters above sea level, and was the first of the Incas. Birthplace of the Incan civilization, Lake Titicaca is full of folklore and a haven of…

Learn More

MEXICO: EXPLORING UNCHARTERED YUCATÁN

Campeche, the region west of the Yucatán peninsula, is rich in patrimony and far from the typical sightseeing tours. Among the many gems in the region, there are two exceptional, must-see spots. Campeche, the region’s capital…

Learn More

PANAMA: THE ART OF MOLA

Spread out over a territory from the islands of San Blas in Panama to the Isthmus of Darien in Colombia, the indigenous Kuna ethnic group have a unique artisanal skill – the mola – now displayed in the largest museums in the world…

Learn More

COLOMBIA: THE PEARL OF THE CARIBBEAN

An interview with Zully Salazar, President of the Cartagena Tourism Board 2017 was “France/Colombia Year”. What was your overall impression of this collaboration? Really positive. The cultural exchange this year offered a wide range…

Learn More

BOLIVIA: SOUTH LIPEZ, DISCOVERING THE ALTIPLANO

At the tip of Bolivia, south of the famous Salar de Uyuni and, neighboring Argentina and the Chilean Atacama Desert, is a unique region with dreamlike landscapes that will inspire your drive for adventure: South Lipez. Perched more than 4,200…

Learn More

BRAZIL: NORDESTE VIA THE ROUTE OF EMOTIONS

Jericoacoara A four-hour bus ride from Fortaleza on the main road – or six hours on the scenic route for all-terrain vehicles – you’ll find the Jericoacoara natural reserve. Between sand dunes and dry mangrove trees, take an excursion…

Learn More

FESTIVITIES IN PERU

Festivities happening from October – November 2019. The Lord of the Miracles Around October the streets are filled with vendors selling a wide variety of typical dishes and desserts such as the famous Turron de Doña Pepa. Each October,…

Learn More

THE SPLENDID LANDSCAPES OF BOLIVIA

Bolivia offers landscapes as far as the eye can see, unparalleled beauty and calm worthy of the name, and more specifically the region of Potosí, full of resources and surprises not to be missed on your next trip. Latin America!

Learn More
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