Trek to one of the most beautiful beaches in Tayrona Park.
A 2 day trek to one of the most beautiful places in the national park, with over 1km of golden sand, crystal blue gentle waters, and away from the crowds, Cinto is a truly special place.
The area is inhabited by mammals such as deer, ocelot or anteater. In ancient times, this beach like many of the park was inhabited by indigenous communities belonging to the Tayrona.
Bahia Cinto is presented as the most important site from the archaeological point of view, since they have found remains dating from about 2000 years before Christ. Today this bay is still considered a sacred place by descendants of the Tayrona groups, especially for the Kogi.
NB. We can provide a fan in the accommodation at an additional cost to cover the use of the generator.
Departing from Santa Marta to reach the village of Mexico where we start our journey with gentle walking of about 4 hours, through the lush paths our ancestors the Tayrona Indians roamed, through tropical wet and dry forests with howler monkeys for company.
We then reach the valley bottom where we meet water ways that lead to places like the cacique lagoon that is sitting in the middle of the rainforest.
After arriving at the bay and our accommodation where we can swim, snorkel, or just relax in hammocks, watch the sunset and experience the tranquility inside the national park.
The following day, late morning, we will head for a second route via a long forgotten road to Neguanje, and our transport back to Taganga.
In rainy season the final walk to the beach follows old waterways that can be full of water.