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You will enjoy this experience if you know what you are getting yourself in to.
As with any tour / activity, know what to expect.
-It will take a long time on the bus / transportation
-People will ask you for tips / money, somewhat...More
Ok here’s what you need to know:
-Bring a full change of clothes and towels
-Wear a dark colored or gray bathing suit so the mud doesn’t stain
-Bring minimum of 15,000pesos in small bills for tipping but leave it with your bags, the people...More
Cartagena, I’ve read, is a number one tourist destination for South America. In this case, this translates to so a “shuffle -the - tourists and GTM.... Get the money”! We took a tour with a company advertised on TRipAdvisor ecorutas? Or backpackers? They never asked...More
We went to Colombia and decided to check out the mud volcano (extracurricular activity if you’re wondering why we did this during the bachelor party) suggested through trip advisor. First, you should have a tour guide present or a friend that speaks Spanish. We were...More
Tourist attraction so the people treat it as such. Expect to have to tip every last person that comes in contact with you. So if you don’t want the massage or to be cleaned by the women, just give them a polite no. Either way,...More
The mud volcano was one of the oddest and most fun places my husband and I have traveled to. You climb up a set of stairs to "swim" in a volcanic mud suspension. Makes for a great day trip and lots of laughs.
I like this tour was something different, the only thing I did not like is you have to give to their native the cameras to take the pics since you are inside the volcano water after that you take a bath in a lake to...More