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Crystal Beach and Tayrona National Park Day Trip from Santa Marta
"Your tour from Santa Marta begins with the approximate 1-hour drive to Tayrona National Natural Park with your guide. One of Colombia’s most popular national parks Tayrona is spread across 7410 acres (3000 hectares) of sea and 29650 acres (12000 hectares) of land in the rainforest-clad foothills of the Sierra Nevada de Santa Marta. As you explore the park keep your eyes and ears open for native wildlife
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Tayrona National Park and Beach Day Trip from Santa Marta
"After hotel pickup your day trip from Santa Marta starts with a 1-hour drive to Cañaveral the main entrance to Tayrona National Natural Park. One of Colombia’s most-visited national parks Tayrona encompasses 7410 acres (3000 hectares) of sea and 29650 acres (12
From $88.00
 
Rodadero Aquarium and Playa Blanca Day Trip from Santa Marta
"Your day trip from Santa Marta starts with a drive to the marina where you’ll board a motorboat for the ride through Gaira Bay to the Rodadero Sea Aquarium and Museum (Acuario y Museo del Mar del Rodadero). Part of the National Network of Museums of Colombia this coastal aquarium features several exhibits and 13 pools that connect directly to the Caribbean allowing you varying views of several species of marine life from sea turtles to sea lions to sharks. Watch an educational and entertaining dolphin show and learn about the marine environment just off the shores of Colombia. Then head to Playa Blanca by boat for a little relaxation in the sun. Spread out your beach towel on the soft sand
From $59.00

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La Piscina - no bathroom

After what seemed like an eternity of walking, we were really looking forward to a dip in the water before continuing on to Cabo. But no such luck, there are no bathrooms or changing rooms at this...
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Canaveral

While the Canaveral area of Tayrona National Park is probably heavily visited by Colombians due to its easy accessibility, it is not much frequented by the backpacker crowd as it is far-removed from...
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Pueblito or another gorgeous beach?

From Cabo San Juan de la Guia you can hike up to Pueblito, a lesser known and less well-preserved Tayrona ruin than La Ciudad Perdida. The rough stone path climbs for about an hour and can be slippery...
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Cabo San Juan de la Guia

Cabo San Juan de la Guia is perhaps the most beautiful of all the Tayrona beaches and is thus also the most crowded. It is for good reason with its stoney outcropping that doubles not only as a great...
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La Piscina

La Piscina is perhaps the most calm-watered beach in Tayrona National Park. Its name literally means “the pool” and that is exactly what it looks like and it's hard to imagine that just around the...
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Arrecefes Beach

Lot of people come to Colombia specifically for its beaches. Having spent a lot of my life living close to beaches, I am more drawn to mountains and admittedly most of my South American trips have...
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Cabo San Juan

Another 20 minute walk from La Piscina will take you to Cabo San Juan, a beautiful cape with good beaches and views. This is a very scenic beach, truly magnificent. It's the most popular in the park...
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La Piscina

A 20 minute walk from Arrecifes will take you to La Piscina. The majority of the walk is along the coast and shoreline with some areas forested by palm trees. La Piscina is a sandy bay with tranquil...
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Arrecifes

After 45 minutes of walking from Cañaveral through the tropical jungle we came to the first beach, Arrecifes. This is a breathtaking untouched beach with a beautiful landscape of white sand, palm...
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El Pueblo Hike- Chairama

From the San Juan del Cabo beach, you can hike up to the village/ruins of Chairaima Pueblo via a rock-strewn path that takes 1-1.5 hours. You are not permitted to start the hike after 1 pm as it is...
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La Piscina - the Natural Swimming Pool

Its a 15 minute hike east of San Juan del Cabo and there are route markers along the path that tell what percentage of the hike you have covered thus far which is nice. Alternatively it is about 25...
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Arrecifes

The first beach you come to, if you walk from Cañaveral, is Arrecifes. The beach looks very inviting and the landscape beautiful, but unfortunately the sea currents are strong here and you should not...
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Hiking

If you are not much of of a swimmer there are plenty of coastal trails to hike here or you can even head up the hill to the ruins of Pueblito which I did not do. The coastal trails are flat for the...
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Find the perfect Colombian beach

I came up here to find a great empty beach...found it sans a couple of people on it for the most part. The water was warm which made up for the overcast conditions. There is a bit of a break here so...
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richiecdisc

"A Tale of Two Toucans in Tayrona"
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mircaskirca

"Parque Nacional Tayrona"
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Kindra

"Tayrona National Park, Colombia's Caribbean Coast"
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"...HEAVEN FOUND..."
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MalenaN

"Tayrona"
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