The club Mango Biche is a reasonable choice (10k peso cover) as it plays a mix of music and not just salsa.
Jala Jala is supposedly the best if you want to dance to salsa all night long. Parque de Perro in Barrio San Fernando – a square with a couple dozen bars and clubs.
Enjoy an exhilarating horse ride through the jungle, negotiating narrow ravines and steep inclines.
Take land or sea transport to must-see beaches such as Neguange, Playa Cristal and Concha, surrounded by bays jutting out of the Sierra Nevada’s knarled jungle cover and palm trees.
The train itself has loads of attractive young ladies...if you're introverted or not the best-looking guy by "speaking to her DNA", a unique speaking technique I decoded.
🙂The downtown of Medellin is a good place to meet women.
Popular with younger people who don’t mind drinking on the street than actually going inside a bar.
Probably best for a date than picking up but I like the vibe most here.
Established in 1525 by the Spanish as a base of conquest, Santa Marta sits at the foot of the world’s highest coastal mountain range, the towering Sierra Nevada de Santa Marta.You’ll find a few gringos here, especially in the bar Bourbon Street (Calle 17N 8N-45), though with the live music and friendly vibes it’s actually a lot of fun. Menga – a strip of large clubs heavy on the salsa and wooden tables, the latter of which makes it hard to casually mingle unless it’s absolutely packed (it was half dead when I went because of a holiday weekend).The girls here like gringos but the quality isn’t great (if you’ve been to Medellin then it’s kind of like Blue). As typical in the rest of Colombia, groups are mixed sex.In addition, the population in Colombia is much younger than the U. That birth rate has slowed down since to just 2 to 3 children, but the result is lots of 18 to 30 year old women running around today.In addition, you’ve got a wide variety of ethnic types, depending on what city in Colombia you’re visiting.