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This beach was closed for some time. I heard it was in bad shape but it has been cleaned and restored and now is beautiful, quiet, the water is nice and clear. Very organized, and people are very nice.
We’ve took the boat from Taganga to Bahia Concha and the ride was really just horrible. There were 3 young children on the boat which were all just crying and freezing as there were quite big waves of cold water. The boat was literally jumping...More
When in Santa Marta I decided to read to Bahia Concha. I went alone. The taxi drove me to a fisher village and there a motorbiker took me to the place. It is very informal, I need to ask for a helmet otherwise they wouldn't...More
I booked this day trip through my hostel. It cost COP55,000 for return transport and I’m not sure if that also included a park entrance fee. The group I was with totalled about 13 people, mostly Colombians. It takes about 45 minutes by shuttle bus...More
Santa Marta is a quaint little port city with a beach. The price is four food and entertainment are much cheaper because it is farther from the city. We bought a lot of our gifts There because we found the prices to be cheaper than...More
I've going for a couple of years to this destination, and the actual state today is awful.
First, every street vendor has doubled the prices for everything, food, transportation, facilities (tents), drinks and every other little thing.
Now, they will charge or ask for money...More