CARIBBEAN


 
  Caribbean:


Possibly the most attractive region of Colombia, the Caribbean coast shows different landscapes: desert, mountains, beach, marshlands, and historical colonial towns such as Cartagena and Mompox. A destination where the richness of the gastronomy and the warm rhythms of Cumbia will offer you an exceptional vacation.
Depending on the part of the coast you'll be visiting, the choice is yours to make: hike in the Sierra Nevada, safari in the Guajira peninsula, relax in the Rosario Archipelago or take a walking tour around Cartagena's historical center and much more...



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    Carthagène des indes

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Cartagena of the Indies
The Heroic city, The Door of the Americas, Capital of the Caribbean, The Mother City, The Walled City, The Key of the West Indies...Cartagena of the Indies. The city has been given several different nicknames through the centuries. One of the most important Spanish settlements on the continent, the galleons full of gold, silver, emeralds and other riches have left for Europe from its port. The heritage of the city can be seen nowadays through its walls, architecture, museums, churches and forts, all contributing to the status of the city as a UNESCO world heritage site of cultural importance. 
On the one hand, the walled city shows a typical colonial architecture,  one can easily walk around the walled city, passing through its cobbled street surrounded by colonial villas and patios, you would reach different parts of town such as Plaza de Aduanas a place shaped in triangle surrounded by old colorful buildings, the Clock Tower, the entrance of the old city and  Plaza Santo Domingo, its church and its restaurants. 
On the other hand, you can visit the popular Getsemani where music and party are on every night, Fort San Felipe- the biggest fort in south America and La Candelaria Convent with its perfect viewpoint 

Rosario  Islands

Off the coast of Cartagena, less than 2 hours by boat, the Rosario islands have different places to visit, and some of the most amazing hotels. Relaxation on a white sand beach and jumps into a crystal clear water, or visits around the islands and its corral reefs, as well its diverse fauna in an oceanarium . Among the different species you can observe, you'll find dolphins, sharks, turtles and oher, all gathered around amazing caribbean islands.
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    Iles du Rosaire

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    Ile Caraibe

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  Mompox and the Cienaga (wetland)
Situated next to marshland, Mompox is a fabulous colonial town, its architecture has been well preserved and became a UNESCO heritage site in 1995. The quietness of the streets is only disturbed by the sound of precious metals being forged in the workshops here and there, which is renowned across Colombia. Mompox is famous for its jewelry industry, particularly for the “momposina” and its jewels made of silver filigree.

  Santa Marta
Santa Marta is famous for being the first city founded by the Spanish on the south American continent. Nowadays, it’s a nice touristic place by the Caribbean Sea where foreigners gather to visit the amazing Sierra Nevada, the highest coastal mountain range in the world

You'll visit the famous Tayrona Park located half an hour away from the city, Taganga, a village by the park and throughout Santa Marta, some of the city's most important heritage, the cathedral, built to resits attacks from pirates and Simon Bolivar's mansion, its wonderful gardens and his mausoleum. 
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Tayrona Park

Tayrona is the most famous national park in Colombia. It’s located on the flank of the Sierra Nevada mountain range and right on the shore of the Caribbean Sea. 

Home of the Tayrona indigenous tribe, you will spend half the day hiking up the forest of this hilly park to one of the Tayrona’s ancient village, and the other half by the sea, swimming in a natural pool.


Lost City

In the heart of the Sierra Nevada mountain range, deep in the thick forest of the region, lies the mystical ruins of the "Ciudad Perdida" (Lost City) of the Tayronas. The 400 years old site has been discovered in the 1970s and is now one of Colombia's most attractive destinations.
To reach the Lost City, a 4-day hike into the wilderness is necessary as no road leads to the site. 

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    Montagne Sierra Nevada

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Guajira Peninsula
Located at the northeastern tip of the country, the Guajira peninsula hosts a wide desert. The landscapes around the peninsula varies from salt flats to high dunes. 
Some of these dunes meet the Caribbean Sea while others are a lying inside an unlikely oasis, the Macuira national Park. One will be amazed be amazed by the contrast between this green oasis and the desert all around it. 

  Sanctuaire de la Faune et de la Flore los Flamencos
At the door of the Guajira peninsula, near the city of Riohacha, you’ll find a sanctuary for pink flamingos, where you’ll be able to observe hundreds of those majestic birds and other species, in their natural habitat. 

Take a trip on a small boat along the bay accompanied by a local guide who’ll show you how to get near the birds without scaring them away from this quiet and relaxing area. 

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