Gatopardo is a monthly magazine established in Colombia by Miguel Silva and Rafael Molano. Gatopardo is edited by Grupo de Publicaciones Latinoamericanas (Latinamerican Publications Group). It has been recognized by the quality in its chronicles and its coverages. Keeping the original concept Gatopardo became the only chronicles/coverages latinamerican magazine believing in the journalist and reporters from Latin America.
The magazine circulates in en Argentina, Mexico, Colombia, Panama, Venezuela, Chile, Peru, Uruguay, Costa Rica, Puerto Rico, Miami and New York.
Reality and outstanding stories shares spaces in its issues. Since the numer 70 -in July, 2006- Gatopardo's headquarters moved from Bogota to Mexico City keeping the same editorial style.
The magazine was named after Giuseppe Tomasi di Lampedusa's novel The Leopard (El Gatopardo in Spanish).