1. What is the entrance fee cost
2. How much does a guided tour of fort cost
3. Is it possible to do it on you own and get an appreciation of the fort (militarily, strategically) Thanks. M.J.
Is there any advise on what to make sure my son stays away from
hello i will be in colombia and planing to go to the tayrona park, i would like to know what are the best suggestions of things to do. i like the beach, hiking, climbing,
i will be there on nov 5. i would like to know the weather situation too. thank you
I wanted to find out how the safety is in Santa Martha? My boyfriend and I have lived in Villavicencio for 6 months now and Bogota for 3 months, so we are aware that Colombia can occasionally be dangerous.
I wanted to find out from you guys, if it would be okay for my boyfriend and I to live there or is it a big NO NO ??
Help me out please :)
How much does this trek to the lost city cost?
We travel on a budget
Hi, I´d like to know if there is a direct, non stop bus from Santa Marta to Cartagena? How long it takes?
is there a web site with the buses time tables?
where is the bus terminal located in Santa Marta?
I´m planning to do the trip around january 5th 2013, is that period high season? do i need to buy the ticket in advance?
is it safe to travel by bus??
Hi, I will be in Santa Marta for 3 days and I would like to know if there is a tour that takes you around in a boat. What places ou will recommend to visit in such a short time
I would like to know if there is a special place in Taganga where I can relax and enjoy the tranquility. with the possibility to a nice massage and/or yoga. The food must be healthy.
(may and june 2012)
Please help me out....
How much is to take a shuttle/taxi from Barraquilla airport to Santa Marta? US Dollars.
Hola travel friends,
The last week of February I arrive in Colombia. I would like to know what is the most relaxed beautiful place to stay on the caribbian cost in Colombia. I looking for a small nice place on or near the beach with a friendly backpacker atmosphere. A place where good health is important, where good food is available and services like masages or reiki healing are possible.
How can I buy some authentic Santa Marta grown coffee, and in what quantities?
I am interning in Santa Marta, Colombia, from Feb 20th to April 22nd. Does anyone know where I could find relatively inexpensive accommodation in a relatively central location? I don't want to spend a fortune on a place to stay, especially when my internship is unpaid.
mira soy Canadiense y estoy planeando estar en Colombia de Julio hasta Augosto. En ese tiempo voy a pasar almenos un mes entero en Santa Marta. Mi plan es de alquilar un departamento ameublado durante el tiempo que estoy ahi.
Quiero pasar mis dias pescando al harpon. Tambien quiero encontrar un gym de MMA, especificamente de Brazilian Jiu Jitsu si hay y buena rutas para correr.
Soy en muy buena forma y quiero conocer a gente de mi edad mas o menos. Tengo 27 anos. Mi espanol es bastante fuerte porque vivi en Buenos Aires por un buen rato. Soy un latino del norte...
Si pueden darme o recomendar personas para hablar de departamentos, un buen gym de MMA y tambien si hay gente que quieren tomar un trago... o mas... pasame la informacion y cuando llego salimos a divertirnos.
Hasta la proxima y muchos gracias por todo su ayuda!
My boyfriend and I are currently in Santa Marta. We are studying Spanish and completing our Dive Masters in Taganga and afterwards we hope to stay for some volunteer work.
In saying that, we hope to be within the area for up to 4 months and we are TRYING to find an apartment for rent in El Rodadero. We do want something reasonably nice but every even though it's after the high season, every apartment we have seen has their prices way too expensive. For something that we know is 600,000 pesos, they are asking for over 1,000,000.
It doesn't help that we can't speak fluent Spanish!
Does anyone know of any apartments for rent or an agency we can speak to that could help us out?
We'd really appreciate it!
Hola a todos ,
necesito consejo, en agosto viajare por Colombia. He pensado ir desde Cartagena hasta Medellin para luego desde ahi ir a ver las ballenas. Viajare en bus (no avion)
Alguien sabe decirme si esta es la mejor solucion? Desde Medellin, como me muevo? las excursiones en que ciudad es mejor reservarla? He leido que podria ir hasta Buonaventura desde Medellin (10 horas de bus), en vez de Buenaventura, bahia solano?
gracias por vuestros consejos,
I will be heading to Parque Tayrona around August 8th or so, I was wondering if there are any guided tours through, around the park. I heard there is an indigenous village in the area and that one can possibly stay there, does anyone know about that as well.
Thank you in advance.
I am going to Santa Marta in a couple months And want to find a funrished apartment to rent for the 2 or 3 weeks I will be there! I always rent apartment in Cartagena and it works well for me! Id there any apartments in Santa Marta? please help!!
Is there a direct route from Barranquilla, and more specifically the airport there, to Taganga, or is it pretty much take a bus to Santa Marta then from there a collectivo to Taganga?
My boss is travelling to Santa Marta and I would like to know where he can find good guides (men guides, not books) to visit the different places.
Does he have to go to travel agencies? Or can he find them on the streets? Are there many scams?
Thanks a lot!!
i have a question :
does anyone know about busses from Santa Marta to Caracas , like when such busses are leaving santa marta, day or night, if ticket reservations are necessary ahead and most important, how long is the trip til caracas ?
have to do it next week...
thanks a lot for your help :)
I am travelling to Colombia this winter and want to scuba dive while I'm on the coast. I want to do a two dive package because i don't want to devote more than a day or two to diving. Will they let me do this? and if so where?
Hi, I am planning to leave Villavincencio mid December and travel up to Santa Marta or Tayrona. What is the best way of travelling? If I travel by bus how long does it take. What are your suggestions? Thanks
I´ll be four days in Cartagena, from 24th of June, I´ve never been in Colombiaand, would like to make scuba diving, any good experience, please I´ll be pleased to know about it.
how can i get the email address to these clubs? plz get back to me with more info!!peace!!
WOULD YOU MIND ADVISING ME WHAT TOURIST PLACES VISIT?
Could you please tell me how I can arrive to Tairona´s park in Santa Marta?
HI, I´M IN GOGOTA AND I REALLY WANT TO TRAVEL TO SANTA MARTA, SO WOULD YOU MIND ADVISING ME IF IT´S BETTER TO STAY IN A HOTEL OR RENT AN APARMENT?
We need to know how to get to St Marta from Cartengan Airport. Cost???
Did anyone traveling with turcol have to leave their passports with the company? This doesn't seem safe - please advise.
We will be in Santa Marta on a small ship from 10 am to 5 pm on about the 14th of November. I would really like to visit friends in Cartegena, but I gather that would be difficult to do.
I would like to see local historic type places, including lighthouses and cemeteries and museums. Is Santa Marta a good place to do that? The only tour mentioned from the ship is the Santa Marta City Tour and Folkloric Show which apparently includes:
"The cathedral, built in four years later by the Dominicans, was named the Church of Santa Ana, and historians described the walls of the cathedral as "built with the barril boards carried by the river when it swelled." The Customs House is an architectural monument, beautifully restored and preserved as the Bank of the Republic's Gold Museum. It exhibits pre-Columbian artifacts and includes a small yet priceless collection of Tayrona gold and pottery pieces. San Pedro de Alejandrino Village dates back to the 17th century. It is a country estate outside the city limits and has been the setting for many significant events in Colombian history. In 1830, don Joaquin Mier y Benitez offered his home to the Great Liberator Simon Bolivar—a refuge for this last days. It was later declared a National Monument by the Colombian Government. Not only has the interior of the house been preserved, but the many gardens have also been restored to their former glory by National Tourism Corporation. El Rodadero is a lively strip of hotel and apartments built around the Gaira Bay, where the beaches are particularly lovely. You will stop at a local hotel for a special folkloric show, soft drinks and beer, with a chance to shop for handicrafts before returning to the ship."
Could we perhaps do this on our own? Could we hire a taxi to take us around? (I don't walk terribly well.)
I hear that the fishing village is a good place to scuba from. I don't know if a scuba excursion here would be possible within that time frame. We are certified, but have not dived in awhile, so would need a short refresher.