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Luis Sandoval shows off his 5 inch inseams on sizzling trip to Colombia with his husband

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¡Despierta América! to go on an epic tour of Colombia and it’s giving us a serious case of wanderlust.The 43-year-old and his husband Renato Pérez shared snaps from their gorgeous vacation as they visited some of the South American country’s most enviable locales like Bogota, Medellín, Guatapé and Santa Marta.An outing to the pristine beaches of Tayrona National Park near Santa Marta proved a perfect excursion for flaunting their colorful 5 inch inseams.Subscribe to our newsletter for a refreshing cocktail (or mocktail) of LGBTQ+ entertainment and pop culture, served up with a side of eye-candy.A post shared by Luis Sandoval (@luissandovaltv)A post shared by Renato Pérez, LCSW (@renatoperezlcsw)A post shared by Renato Pérez, LCSW (@renatoperezlcsw)Related: 8 ways to have the perfectly queer weekend in MedellínAfter getting all that vitamin D, the husbands, who have been married since 2021, got their cardio in by scaling El Peñón de Guatapé (The Rock of Guatapé), a granite rock landmark that towers more than 650 feet from its base.To reach the summit, Luis and Renato climbed the 708 steps built into the side of the impressive formation.The feat was especially harrowing for Luis as he noted his fear of heights in the caption.

However, the views made the entire journey more than worth it in the end.A post shared by Luis Sandoval (@luissandovaltv)Their visit to Bogota included more fabulous vistas, exquisite local art and tons of delicious food.

A post shared by Luis Sandoval (@luissandovaltv)While Medellín (one, two, cha cha cha, if you will) featured a must-see visit to the vibrant hillside community of Comuna 13.A post shared by Luis Sandoval (@luissandovaltv)Born in Mexico, Luis has been working for Univision since 2005 and has been a correspondent on ¡Despierta América!

for nearly 15 years. In addition to his television duties, he also hosts the daily radio show “Buena Vibra” on K-Love 107.5 in Los Angeles.In 2018, Luis came out as a gay on National Coming Out.

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