Perched atop a jungly hill overlooking Tayrona National Park's Caribbean coastline and mountains, the Ecohabs are one of the few places to stay in the park if you're not hiking in to camp or planning to sleep in a hammock. These are the jungle huts of your dreams, and have amenities like bathrooms, showers, and coffee makers, but be prepared to share them with your new jungle friends (we met frogs, bats, praying mantises, and all manner of other pre-historic looking insects). The scenery and proximity to the beach can't be beat, but be prepared to work for the views by walking up and down a lot of stairs.
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Beach - Mountain - Jungle
Definitively, Parque Tayrona is a magic place blessed by the sun. Is a perfect mix of nature, cultures, climates and people. In the morning you can explore the paths of the park watching monkeys, birds or butterflies. Then, take a bath in a multi colored sea with withe sands. Have a great lunch with pescado con patacones or ceviche. After a nap, you can enjoy the sunset walking across the beach. Finally, you spent the night playing cards, chating with friends from everywhere or resting in a hamaca listening the waves...