Welcome to Santa Marta, Discover the best Places of Interest, Activities, Tourist Information, Tourist Attractions, Sites of Historical Interest, Destinations in Santa Marta Colombia.

Discover the best activities in Santa Marta including Tours, Trek through the jungle, scuba diving, canopy, old towns, hike trails through verdant rainforests, Indigenous village of the indigenous territories of the Caribbean region, Best beaches Around Santa Marta, and more…



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Visit Tayrona’s Beauty and Beaches

The Tayrona National Natural Park offers visitors the privilege of discovering its archaeological heritage, its range of cliffs and low hills, dry and wet forests, bays and inlets and, needless to say, Caribbean beaches with….

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6-Day Trek to the – Lost City

Some areas of the Sierra Nevada are closed to the public, by request of the authorities. Nonetheless, there are other sites of interest that may be visited at different times of the year. Prominent…

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Scuba Diving in Taganga

Taganga, this unique town to the north of the city of Santa Marta, enclosed by mountains, and recognized as a land of artisan fishermen. The sea here is ideal for snorkeling and practicing different sports…

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Discover Concha Bay near Santa Marta

The clean and calm waters of Bahia Concha invite fans to snorkel and observe the wonders of the coral reef, home to brightly collared fish. This place, offering spas and restaurants to cater to tourists, used to be a haven…

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Neguanje and Crystal Beach Tour in Tayrona

Spend an afternoon snorkeling and sussing out local wildlife on a full-day trip from Santa Marta to Crystal Beach and Tayrona National Natural Park. Keep an eye out for monkeys, deer, and more than 300 bird species in the 37,000-acre (15,000-hectare) park—home to the Sierra Nevada de Santa Marta mountains…

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Mamancana Private Game Reserve (Santa Marta)

Emotions are not lacking in Santa Marta. Mamancana, a reserve of 600 hectares of dry tropical forest located on the road between the city and the Simon Bolivar Airport, is ideal for those who enjoy contact with nature. There, besides horseback riding, visitors can watch birds and adventure sports including rock climbing and paragliding.

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Nabusímake, Sierra Nevada de Santa Marta

One of the most important places to visit is Nabusímake, which is the axis of the social, cultural and political consciousness of the Arhuacos, and is therefore considered as the capital of this indigenous community.

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