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Santa Marta Tours and Activities

Hola and welcome to our online Santa Marta tours and activities booking portal! We offer exciting eco and adventure tours in Santa Marta that will allow you to explore the highlights of our beautiful city. From the charming colonial centre to the beautiful beaches and the magnificent 'lost city', Ciudad Perdida; there is lot to see and do on a tour in Santa Marta. Choose from our wide range below or contact us to find out more!

Aquarium - Playa Blanca

Duration: 1 days
USD 36 / person
(assuming 1 travellers)

A tour by seaway from Rodadero Bay to the Aquarium, where travelers will be able to enjoy dolphin and seal shows, as well as the marvelous sandy beach of Playa Blanca.

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USD 250 / person
(assuming 1 travellers)

Enjoy this eco-adventure tour to Tayrona Park in the Sierra Nevada of Santa Marta, Colombia. The park is nestled between the Caribbean Sea and the Buritaca River and features a mysterious and unique architectural site, the Lost City or Ciudad Perdida, built on a series of impressive manmade terraces.

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City Tour in Santa Marta

Duration: 5 hours
USD 44 / person
(assuming 1 travellers)

Santa Marta is very rich both in history and in magical natural areas. So on this Santa Marta City Tour you will get to know first the cultural pearls and most attractive tourist points of the city and then you can enjoy the beach of Taganga or Rodadero!

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Neguanje - Playa Cristal

Duration: 1 days
USD 65 / person
(assuming 1 travellers)

Neguanje is Tayrona Park's largest bay and Playa Cristal (Chrystal Beach) is one of the most beautiful beaches of Santa Marta with white sand and transparent waters. You will enjoy a day full of relaxation and fun and enjoy delicious local dishes. This tour is ideal for those who want to go straight to a beautiful beach of the Tayrona Park without walking.

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Tayrona Park

Duration: 1 days
USD 65 / person
(assuming 1 travellers)

Tayrona Park boasts 15.000 hectares of tropical paradise. A complex system of stone-paved trails through the lush tropical forest connects a network of indigenous settlements and the Caribbean shore is lined with marvellous beaches of white sand and crystal waters.

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Pueblito

Duration: 1 days
USD 157 / person
(assuming 1 travellers)

There is a pathway of white stones passing through lush tropical forest that will leads you to Pueblito, also known as Chairama, an indigenous settlement where farmers, fishermen, and artisans maintain their centuries-old traditions. From there you descend to the breathtaking beaches of the Tayrona National Park...

 

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Bahía Concha

Duration: 1 days
USD 16 / person
(assuming 1 travellers)

This beach's white sands and crystal waters are perfect for your relaxation and leisure. You will find a long beach zone with an exuberant flora and fauna- there are even "Guacamayas" - Colombian blue and yellow macaws to watch!

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Taganga- Playa Grande

Duration: 9 hours
USD 13 / person
(assuming 1 travellers)

Taganga is a small traditional fishermen's village, close to Santa Marta. From Taganga, a short 15-minute walk will takes you to Playa Grande, a beautiful beach at the head of a deep, crystalline bay. There you can swim, relax, practise snorkelling and enjoy delicious seafood menues at fair prices.

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USD 16 / person
(assuming 1 travellers)

Discover the beauty of the springs, rivers, and waterfalls that flow through tropical forests on their way from the Sierra Nevada of Santa Marta to the Caribbean and then take a bath in the estuary mouth of the Buritaca River and the Sea!

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Minca

Duration: 1 days
USD 46 / person
(assuming 4 travellers)

Minca is natural paradise on the way to the Sierra Nevada of Santa Marta. On this tour you will discover the crystal waters of the Minca River and the dense vegetation of the forests that hold the archaeological richness of Minca's original inhabitants, the Arhuacos, just below the surface.

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