Understand that while Colombia is more dangerous than the U. there is a very small-to-insignificant chance of being a crime victim.I do not feel the slightest concern with my safety in Colombia because I only go and do what reasonable men would go and do, as will you.

The dry season is between December and April with no rain from January to March.

A good breeze during the dry season keeps the weather comfortable.

Secondly, Northern Colombia has a five-month dry spell when the jungle becomes semi-barren.

This prevents the natural canopy coverage that the guerrillas get in other regions of Colombia.

The women also understand that we are making or reviewing the recommendations of where and where not to go, so you will never be placed in any risk. The weather is humid and hot year round, but a frequent Caribbean breeze keeps it tolerable.

So you needn´t have to have security concerns on your mind. Daytime temperatures average 88F and nighttime lows average 76F with little variation throughout the year.While Barranquilla is a business city and not a tourist destination (except during the Carnival), it is between two cities that are tourist destinations and receives extra protection as a result.The few roads along the coast allow for the searching of automobiles to prevent trouble from entering the area.The mail service in Colombia is very unreliable; theft and lateness are common problems. For mailing documents to your fiancée, Fed Ex and UPS usually offer better service and both can at times provide three-day service.However, I recommend that you do not mail any gifts to Colombia.You will be able to visit Cartagena, the number one tourist destination in Colombia which has a well-protected toll road from Barranquilla and also Santa Marta.