The American newspaper released a list of 52 places to visit this year.

natural areas that have been threatened in Colombia

The publication highlights the rainforest of the Pacific coast and Caño Cristales, the river with the colors of the rainbow.

The American newspaper The New York Times launched Wednesday a list of 52 places to visit in 2018, in which Colombia is in second place.

As stated in the publication, "After more than half a century of civil war came to an end, Colombia is eager to become the most adventurous and cosmopolitan place that deserves to be." Además, destaca las docenas de cadenas hoteleras, la escena gastronómica, las fincas cafeteras convertidas en hoteles de lujo, los resorts ecológicos y los edificios coloniales transformados en retiros de spa. También resalta la selva tropical de la costa del Pacífico y a Caño Cristales, el río con los colores del arcoíris.

La guía, donde el primer lugar para visitar este año se lo lleva Nueva Orleans (Louisiana), contrasta con un nuevo sistema para evaluar el riesgo de visitar a otros países que publicó también este miércoles EE. UU., en el que ubicó a Colombia en la categoría dos (de cuatro) y pidió a sus ciudadanos ejercer “precaución elevada” si visitan el país, debido al “crimen y el terrorismo” que aún persisten. Este reemplaza a la antigua ‘Advertencia de Viaje’ que se emitía periódicamente.

Thus, all countries in the world are evaluated and included in some of the four categories: take normal precautions, exercise caution high reconsider the trip and not travel. In the case of Colombia, and despite being in category two, the State Department advised not to travel to four departments: Arauca, Cauca, Chocó and Norte de Santander.

also mentions how the ELN is a terrorist organization. It also suggests "reconsider" visits north of Antioquia, the Caquetá, Casanare, Cesar, Cordoba, Guainia, Guaviare, Meta, Nariño, Putumayo, Valle del Cauca, Vaupés and Vichada.

In total, the State Department advised not to travel bans or 17 departments, mostly in the southeast, the southwest and the Atlantic coast.

Sergio Gomez cells
TIME correspondent
Washington
Twitter: @ sergom68

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