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Rodadero

El Rodadero is a neighborhood located 15 minutes by cab from the city center. Many visitors book their stay in this area because of the high number of hotels, rental apartments, restaurants, and Rodadero Beach, possibly the most famous beach in Colombia. 

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Parque Tayrona

The Tayrona National Natural Park (Parque Nacional Natural Tayrona) is a natural protected that covers approximately 30 square kilometers of maritime area in the Caribbean Sea and approximately 150 square kilometers of land.

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Bonda & Paso del Mango

Bonda is a small village of indigenous origin that lives off the agriculture and ecotourism. Located in the vicinity of the Manzanares River, its main natural attractions revolve around the spaces adorned by waters that descend from the Sierra Nevada.

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Rivers of La Sierra Nevada

Santa Marta is more than sun, beach, and history. Thick jungles also account for a big portion of the territory, carrying through them the rivers that descend from its highest mountains. 

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Taganga

This small fishing village has become a go-to spot for people looking for a laid-back destination. Unpaved streets, hostels and bars abound.

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El Morro

El Morro is the guardian, custodian, and witness of the historical evolution of Santa Marta. For many locals, El Morro is the best representation of being “Samario” and main.

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Minca

Minca is a small town located in the foothills of the Sierra Nevada, about 20 km from the city center.

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Lost City

Visiting The Lost City is an unforgettable adventure. Amid the dense flora of the Sierra and its natural park, lies Ciudad Perdida, which was discovered it in 1976. Its extension is roughly 13 hectares.

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