They used to kidnap tourists. Now Colombia’s ex-rebels run a hotel for them - Economist

In Camp Mariana Páez in Meta province, about eight hours’ drive from Bogotá, Colombia’s capital, visitors can “live like a guerrilla” with 260 demobilised FARC members. “This is not the first spot you will see on TripAdvisor,” says Michael Soto, a visiting student from the University of Minnesota. But for tourists who want to explore “territories that haven’t been run over by paved roads and buildings, this is as good as it gets”.

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