Our selection of activities, eco-tours, treks, and adventures in Taganga, Tayrona National Park and the Sierra Nevada de Santa Marta.
Our selection of tours from the village of Taganga. Treks, diving, local beaches, and places to relax.
Our selection of tours inside Tayrona National Park. Treks, diving, fishing, local beaches, and places to relax. Cabo San Juan, Bahia Cinto, Playa Cristal, plus a few hidden spots.
Sustainable Tours in the Sierra Nevada de Santa Marta, treks, bird watching and coffee.
La Guajira peninsula is, on the surface, a barren and inhospitable desert perched on the northernmost point in Colombia. On closer inspection however you will find a place full of life, incredible views, with a history of smuggling, pirates and a proud Wayuu tribe who never succumbed to Spanish subjugation.
In the foothills of the Sierra Nevada de Santa Marta a small town of peaceful and cheerful people eager to work the land and live in the tranquility of the tropical forest, and stunning views from the mountains.
A 1 or 2 day trek to one of the most beautiful beaches in Tayrona National Park. Away from the crowds this large bay has calm, crystal clear, water where you can swim safely and relax on the golden sandy beach.
35km from Santa Marta on the way to La Guajira we find this heavenly place on the Rio Mendihauca hidden away in the hills of the Sierra Nevada
Take the old farmers path to Bonito Gordo, a hidden beach in Tayrona National Park with views over Taganga and Santa Marta.
Learn to fish with a native fisherman from Taganga. Since childhood he has loved the sea and the art of fishing, he will guide you around the best fishing areas in Tayrona.
A thriving trading post to rival Cartagena a century ago, sleepy Santa Cruz de Mompós, in Bolivar department on the mighty Magdalena river, is only now starting to be explored by tourists.