The Tayrona National Park is located 1 hour from Santa Marta and has an area of 15,000 hectares, of which 3,000 are beaches, including Playa Cristal and Cabo San Juan, which are the most visited beaches in the Tayrona National Park every year.

But in addition to beach activities, snorkeling and diving, you can also go trekking and hiking activities in places such as the Zainno entrance and the Neguanje entrance from which the walks begin for 2 hours in one direction through the jungle until get to the beach Cabo San Juan.

The Tayrona National Park Community

And the activity of hiking to get to the lost city, which is located at about 1500 meters of altitude and to get there you will have to walk for at least 3 days round trip, to enjoy a day in this amazing place where You will meet a Wiwua community that has not had contact with civilization for thousands of years, and still lives as they did before Colombia was colonized by the Spanish.

We must not forget the beautiful Minka and Marika waterfalls, which are visited every year by thousands of tourists from all over the world. It is a place to disconnect, but to get there you will have to walk for 2 hours, but believe me you will enjoy the landscape.And if you want to stay there, you will find one of the most beautiful eco-hotels or glamping in Colombia in a place called Sierra Minka.