Stretching from the Gulf of Urabá near Panamá to La Guajira near the Venezuelan border there is an abundance of diversity and culture that makes up this long coastline. Whether it is enjoying a leisurely stroll through romantic colonial city Cartagena at dusk, spotting monkeys while you hike towards Cabo San Juan in the Tayrona national park or a touch of Kitesurfing in La Guajira, there is something for everyone!
If you need to escape the humid heat you can always head up to the mountain village of Minca. It´s located only 30 minutes from Santa Marta in the Sierra Nevada Mountains.
If indigenous culture is at the top of your list a visit to the Tungueka indigenous reserves is one of the options among many other Wayu tribes that occupy the region around Santa Marta´s Sierra Nevada.