Active Caribbean Tayrona & Cartagena 6 Days

Tayrona & Cartagena Caribbean Multisport

from $1,210.00

Discover the breathtaking landscapes and beaches of Tayrona National Park, a singular destination in Colombia, then continue south to reach Cartagena, where stories and fables of times past await you! Wander through the streets that inspired much of Colombian literature and cinema, such as  the work of Nobel Prize Winner Gabriel Garcia Marquez, best known as the creator of “magical realism”.

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    • Activity Level Moderate
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    • Group Size Small Group
      2-12
    All about the Tayrona & Cartagena Caribbean Multisport.

    TRIP HIGHLIGHTS

    • Explore the beaches and wildlife of the Tayrona National Park
    • Hike through unmatched landscapes
    • Discover the history of Cartagena
    • Experience the Cartagena mangroves and the San Felipe Fortress
    The tour package inclusions and exclusions at a glance
    What is included in this tour?Items that are included in the cost of tour price.
    • Accommodation in Comfort hotels
    • English-language guides at each destination
    • All entrance fees
    • Meals as mentioned (B = Breakfast, L = Lunch, D = Dinner)
    • All private ground transportation
    What is not included in this tour?Items that are not included in the cost of tour price.
    • Internal flights
    • Tips and gratuities
    • Any other non-mentioned item
    • Alcoholic drinks
    1. Day 1 Reception at the Santa Marta airport and transfer to Tayrona.

      Once you’ve landed in Santa Marta, your guide will be waiting for you and facilitate your transfer to your hotel in Tayrona. Check in. (D)

      Comfort Hotel, Casa Barlovento

      https://www.hotelcasabarlovento.com/

    2. Day 2 Hike to Arrecifes and Cabo Sam Juan.

      In the morning, we’ll leave our hotel to reach the eastern entrance of the park after approximately  1 hour. From the Cañaveral sector, we will begin a walk through the tropical dry forest until arriving at the sector of Arrecifes. Here, we’ll have a short break and time to refresh. We’ll continue to Arenilla Beach, the Piscina Beach and Cabo San Juan, where we’ll have time to relax on the beach. At about 4 p.m. we’ll start our walk back to Cañaveral where our car awaits to take us to the hotel. (B)

      Comfort Hotel, Finca La Jorara

      http://www.lajorara.com/

    3. Day 3 Visit the Tayronaka ruins and tubing down the Don Diego River.

      Today we’ll take our transport to the Don Diego river bank. From here, we’ll continue upstream by boat until we reach the reserve. Upon arrival, we’ll be welcomed with delicious “patacones” and some traditional panela water. We’ll visit the small Tayrona Museum to learn about the history and way of life of this culture until today. Then, we’ll visit a typical bungalow belonging to the Koguis Indians called bohío and continue walking along pre-Hispanic terraces to a small lookout point. Then we’ll walk along a nature path bordering the Don Diego River. After approximately 1 hour, we’ll reach the mouth of the Don Dieguito River in Don Diego. Here, we can bathe where the rivers unite, one of hot water and one of somewhat colder water. After having lunch (box-lunch), comes the most exciting part of the day: tubing down the Don Diego River to reach the reserve! After tubing, we’ll head back to the hotel. (B)

      Comfort Hotel, Finca La Jorara

      http://www.lajorara.com/

    4. Day 4 Transfer to Cartagena and city highlights walking tour

      Today, we’ll drive along one of Colombia’s main coastal roads for about 4-5 hours to the city of Cartagena de Indias, a city that combines within its walls centuries of history, culture and flavors, a product of Spanish miscegenation. The arrival of thousands of slaves from West Africa and migration throughout the late nineteenth century make this a very diverse region. After arriving to Cartagena, we’ll start a walking tour through the old quarter that covers Plaza de San Diego, Plaza Fernandez of Madrid, Bolivar Park, Plaza de los Coches and Plaza Santo Domingo. We will also get to walk on the walls and visit the bastions of Santo Domingo and San Francisco Javier, where we will learn all about the history and defense strategy of the city. We’ll get to see the most emblematic streets and learn about their legends, and we’ll visit important churches such as the Cathedral San Pedro Claver and Santo Domingo. (B)

      Hotel Comfort, Don Pedro de Heredia

      http://www.hoteldonpedrodeheredia.com/

    5. Day 5 Explore the Cartagena mangroves and the San Felipe fortress.

      The Juan Polo Ciénaga is located at the northern end of the Tesca Wetland, on the northeastern border of Cartagena. Visitors to this wildlife sanctuary embark on an exciting journey through lagoons and marshes interconnected by beautiful natural canals and mangrove mazes. The tour begins with a pick-up at your hotel by our local guide and transfer to the fishing village of La Boquilla. There, our canoes will be waiting for us to begin a journey of approximately 2 hours where we’ll float through natural mangrove tunnels, learn different fishing techniques and enjoy the great biodiversity of the mangrove ecosystem. After a visit to La Boquilla Mangroves, we will continue with a visit to the Fort of San Felipe de Barajas, the biggest military construction ever built by the Spanish in their colonies. On this walk of approximately 1 hour, we can appreciate this masterpiece of military architecture made in coral stone and get a good idea about the defense strategy of the city. (B)

      Hotel Comfort, Don Pedro de Heredia

      http://www.hoteldonpedrodeheredia.com/

    6. Day 6 Transfer out

      At the scheduled time, we’ll transfer you to the airport for your international flight. (B)

    • hiking shoes
    • swimwear
    • rain jacket
    • water bottle
    • sunblock
    • sun hat
    • insect repellent
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