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Here are some of our favourite images, as we #ExploreTNQ together with our gallery! Sights for sore eyes... dialaflight.com/blog/in-pictur…
 
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Welcome to the weekend! Here's a #ExploreTNQ #DailyEscape Today we look to the rugged beauty of the Gulf Savannah! pic.twitter.com/X14Vg34OOf
 
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Get yourself there with the NEW Philippine Airlines route flying into Cairns! Call us today & book with one of our… twitter.com/i/web/status/8…
 

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Cartagena, Colombia

Colombia offers culture, nature and adventure

Award-winning tour operator, DialAFlight is tipping the undiscovered South American country, Colombia, to top the undiscovered destination charts this year. For intrepid travellers, Colombia offers a wide range of holidays, activities and landscapes to savour. Its mountains, rivers, jungles and rainforests are a wildlife enthusiast’s paradise, while its city’s colonial architecture and booming coffee industry offer something truly unique for culture vultures. For those looking to fly and flop, Colombia’s idyllic coastline and islands boast some of the most pristine beaches this exotic continent has to offer. In recent years, Colombia has received plenty of press for the wrong reasons. However, Peter Stephens, managing director of DialAFlight, is happy to comment, “with rebel groups giving their ‘safe stamp’ and political issues a thing of the past, tourism is set to rocket in this diverse and awe-inspiring destination over the coming years.”
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