Collected by Chloe Coles
East of the city of Santa Marta on the Caribbean coast of Colombia lies the gorgeous, rugged Parque Tayrona, a true feast for all of the senses. The park doesn't have roads--you have to hike or go by boat in order to get past the entrance--so we...
Cra. 18 #1-69, Santa Marta, Taganga, Santa Marta, Magdalena, Colombia
There is nothing more exhilarating than floating peacefully below the water, existing as one within one of the most amazing ecosystems on this planet. While Belize and Australia may have some of the best scuba diving waters in the world, the...
Extra straps for the colorful woven bags that seemingly everyone in Colombia owns, found here in the coastal town of Santa Marta. These are all handmade, sturdy as hell and sold off a beachfront blanket for the equivalent of about US$10 (less if...
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...
Bahia Concha, Santa Marta, Magdalena, Colombia
This was a day of adventure and relaxation - you take your bike on a path under the shade of the jungle, passing through small creeks and green trees, until you encounter the magnificence of Bahía Concha. Once you arrive there, you can snorkel...
Take a 2-hour hike through the jungle, along the coast, and emerge onto a gorgeous wild beach. Sleeping options are either a hammock or a tent. While the campsite is crowded the further you hike west the more secluded it gets. Until the nude beach...
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