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Lost City, Teyuna

Wednesday, 09 November 2011 04:14 Published in Lost City

Lost City Archeological Park, also known as Teyuna is located in the Sierra Nevada de Santa Marta which is the highest mountain in Colombia about 5775 meters high, has an approximate area of 17,000 km 2 distributed between the departments of Magdalena, Guajira and Cesar and she is the highest tropical mountain in the world and found only 42 kilometers from the sea. Also "Sierra" as it is called locally heat the floors have all since from its lower registers about 30 ° C which is warm dry until its snowy peaks which can reach temperatures of 0 ° C or less this happens in Bolivar and Colon Peaks which are the highest.

Tour to the Cabo de la Vela

Wednesday, 26 October 2011 19:18 Published in Tours and Trips

Minimum of 2 needed.Air-conditioned transportation, accommodation in tourist lodges in hammocks, 2 breakfasts, 1 lunch and 1 dinner, water, hydration during transfers, palomino panoramic stop to appreciate the Sierra Nevada de Santa Marta, Riohacha panoramic tour, Uribia Indian capital, salt of Manaure, Sugar Pylon Sugar, The Lighthouse, Cabo de la Vela, Ojo del Agua, companion guide.

Minca Village

Tuesday, 25 October 2011 22:58 Published in Minca

Minca is a small self-sustaining village with unimaginable wealth, with spectacular and diverse flora and fauna since its located in the foothills of the Sierra Nevada of Santa Marta, which was declared "Reserve of the Man and Biosphere" by UNESCO and Ecosystem priority for conservation in South America by the International Union. Minca gets its name because Don Juan de Minca who was the first to settle there with his family, coming from Spain. Among the spectacular flora Minca trees are 40 meters in height with palms, ferns and vines and other vegetation which provide us with spectacular green views and with stunning panoramic views of Santa Marta those of which we highlight the Minca mirador (viewpoint) and the Casa Loma Hostel.

Santa Marta, Colombia

Wednesday, 14 September 2011 01:07 Published in Santa Marta

Santa Marta, or as its name says Distrito Turistico, Cultural e Historico de Santa Marta (from the Constitution of 1991), is the capital city of the Magdalena department. Founded by the Spanish conquistador Rodrigo de Bastidas on July 29, 1525 it is the oldest city in Colombia and the second oldest city in South America since the first was Cumana, located in Venezuela in 1521.


Sunday, 23 January 2011 15:15 Published in Beaches of Tayrona


Enter to Tayrona Park through the El Zaino Booth. The estimated price of a taxi to the Tayrona Park entrance is approximately $57.000 COP and the estimated price of urban transport is $5.000 COP.