Leaving in the morning from Santa Marta or Taganga to the northeast on the way to Riohacha, to Tayrona National Park. The National Park is at the foot of the Sierra Nevada de Santa Marta and covers an area of 17,000 km2 including dreamlike white sandy beaches lapped by turquoise blue waters, coral reefs, huge ocean boulders, densely rich jungle vegetation, mangroves and of course the famous Ciudad Perdida or Lost City.

From here enjoy a light hike through the forest and its different micro climates. Birds are in abundance and on some occasions,  it might be possible to see squirrels and monkeys playing in the trees. After roughly a 45-minute walk arrive at Arrecifes, one of the park’s most scenic and beautiful areas, which will astound you with its beauty and drama with restless seas crashing on huge boulders. Continue by walking along the coast to La Piscina, a naturally calm stretch of beach ideal for bathing. Enjoy a free time in the beach to rest or take a bath. Return to Santa Marta or Taganga the same way.

DURATION: Approximately six to seven hours.