Colombia’s most famous National Park is where the verdant jungles of the Sierra Nevada de Santa Marta Mountains meet the sparkling waters of the Caribbean Sea. With hidden ruins of ancient Indigenous cities, stunningly picturesque white-sand beaches fringed by palm trees, hiking trails through the jungle, and a wealth of endemic animals and birds, including monkeys, poison arrow frogs, basilisk lizards, and even jaguars, Tayrona is an ecotourism paradise. Whether you want to spend the day hiking through the jungle discovering the wonderful world of Tayrona’s wildlife or simply relax in a hammock soaking up the sun and sea breeze, this unique National Park is the place to visit.