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All reviews cabo san juan el zaino park entrance main entrance don pedro arrecifes beach playa brava nice beaches eco habs beautiful national park day trip per night hour hike bus from santa marta stay overnight two nights one night
I would advise you get to the gate sometime between 8 and 8:15 in the morning because at 8:30 lines start to develop. The cost to get in is 53500 pesos + 2500 pesos for mandatory insurance. You do not have to watch a short...More
Tayrona NP and its beaches have some intrinsic beauty, but the fact that there hundreds of other tourists that with you want to enjoy that beauty, takes away most of the fun. Also the hike from Zaíno to Cabo de San Juan is not really...More
The coastal scenery is pleasant, but most of the beaches are wild and too dangerous for swimming. Very few birds or other wildlife evident. Good facilities within the park for food and drink. More of a place to visit to hang out with friend than...More
We went to Tayrona on new years day. It's an amazing place out of this world. Amazing park, very lush, lots of wildlife and terrific beaches, rough see though. The walk in and out to get to the best beach is demanding both ways, lots...More
My boyfriend and I built our itinerary for this trip around visiting Tayrona National park. We had heard it was a must-see, and we frequently camp in national parks at home in Canada. We had trouble finding good information on how to plan a visit...More
No one asked us about yellow fever. However, we did take Quinine as a preventive for Malaria. It seems they are more worried about that. We were there in October of 2018. It was FANTASTIC and should be on the Bucket List.