Colombia Caribe

Colombian beaches

This 5-days combination covers two of the most iconics spots of the Colombian Caribbean Coast:  Cartagena and Santa Marta. 
Visit Cartagena and discover how beautiful is colonial streets can be. Relax by the beach of Corales del Rosario National Park and spend a day in Playa Cristal, one of the most pristine beaches of Colombia in Tayrona National Park.  


Colorful buildings in Cartagena, Colombia.

Day 1. Cartagena

Go and explore on one of the most iconic cities of the Caribbean. Visit the Convent La Popa, San Felipe Castle and the working-class district of Gestemani.

Overnight at standard hotel with central location. 

Day 2. Corales del Rosario National Park

Transfer to the tourist dock of Cartagena. Boat trip to Corales del Rosario National Park, you can witness a stunning 27 small coral island archipelago with turquoise and blue waters. We will navigate through the Cartagena Bay passing between the Bateria de San José and Fuerte de San Fernando Spanish forts. After that we will visit the Oceanarium Aquarium or snorkel for an hour and will go for a tasty lunch at Playa Blanca on Isla Barú. Boat ride back by 4pm to Cartagena’s dock. Overgnight at centrally located hotel.

Beautiful Deserted Beach
A Lizard in a Cannon

Day 3. Cartagena - Santa Marta

After breakfast we will have the full morning to enjoy Cartagena before heading in a 4 hours ride to Santa Marta.  Leisure afternoon on your own and overnight at centrally located hotel.

Day 4. Playa Cristal

After Breakfast we drive to Playa Cristales in Tayrona National Park.
Playa Cristales is known as one of the most beautiful beaches of Colombia, great location to set off for a snorkeling adventure, enjoy the sun, its turquoise waters and white sands.
Return to Santa Marta will be at about 4pm. Overnight at centrally located hotel. 

Flying Pelican

Day 5. Santa Marta

Our tour ends after check out at the hotel in Santa Marta. This tour is perfect to combine with many other options we have in Colombia. Click here to see more great experiences. 

Tour info

Unlike other treks, there is no porter service in this trek, so all your personal belongins will be carried by you!
Please don’t take more than 6 kilos in your backpack.

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The area of the Northern part of Colombia has 2 very different seasons: “winter” (rainy season) and “summer” (drought) .
From the middle of May until September you can count on heavy rain in the Sierra Nevada where the Lost City trek takes place.
Don’t let this stop you from taking this trek and travelers actually seem to like it, simply keep it in mind as an extra challenge.
If you think it is going to be quite difficult then consider taking it in the dry season.
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US$ 330 per person all inclusive. Book with only US$ 33 and pay the balance on the same day of departure. 

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It is not a walk in the park!
It’s a challenging jungle trek – not for the black out fainted.
This trek is a physical challenge but 90% humidity and hot conditions make them way more difficult.
You will find clear spots but mud is an issue especially in rainy season.
4-5 days like that? By the end of the trek, you will be really proud!

We provide everything in the 4 days. Car transfers are made in a Toyota for 6 people each. 

We can also arrange your flights IN & OUT Santa Marta. 

The accommodation and food spaces belong to the local communities, we collaborate together to provide a quality service, however they are independent and the standards of the facilities depends exclusively on them.
Bunks and hammocks are provided in the tour.


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  • Accommodation
    3 night(s) in rustic shelter camps with hammock/bunk beds


    Travel by Private vehicles, foot.


    As outlined in the itinerary (B,L,D)

    Entrance fee to Ciudad Perdida

    Luggage storage at our office in Santa Marta. 
    Indigenous Local Guide

  • Gratuities

    Hotel in Santa Marta or surroundings.

    Porter to carry your bags

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