Cartagena, the breathtaking town located on the shores of the Caribbean Sea, is one of the most appealing spots to visit in Colombia. It’s colonial houses, squares, flower-full balconies, and pastel colored facades are the essence of Cartagena. Walk the cobblestone streets, watch as the wall colors change in the sunlight, and witness how its protective walls defended the city from pirate attacks.
Reception, and transfer with assistance in private service, from Rafael Nuñez International Airport to the chosen hotel.
Check-in and Accommodation.
At the agreed time, departure from the hotel to start touring the historic center and get to know the main squares of the city, such as the San Pedro Square that bears his name in homage to San Pedro Claver known as the slave of the slaves. The customs plaza, where trade was carried out in colonial times, the plaza of the proclamation where the Cartagenian people met on November 11, 1811 to support the act of independence and other places of great historical and cultural importance. Ends with a visit to a jewelry store where you can learn about the Colombian Emeralds and Gold Museum.
Duration: 3 hours approx.
Breakfast at the hotel
Transfer from the hotel to the pier, to take a boat in shared service to visit the Rosario Islands, an archipelago where you can enjoy crystal clear waters and small white sand beaches, located just 60 minutes by speedboat from Cartagena.
In this place you can enjoy a typical lunch and have the possibility of doing other activities besides spending beach time you can hire directly, such as visiting the aquarium, snorkeling, among others.
Duration 7 hours approx
The return ends at the dock. Does not include return transfer from the pier to the hotel
This day is all about you! Enjoy your breakfast, hotel facilities, and spend the day at leisure.
Check out from the hotel after breakfast, after which you are transferred to the Airport for your return to your destination of origin.
Colombia has a relaxed policy towards visas and there are few nationals visiting Colombia that actually need one. Entry is permitted visa-free to citizens from most of Europe and the Americas, as well as Australia, New Zealand, South Korea, South Africa and Japan. A 90-day stay is permitted upon arrival.
The Colombian currency is the peso. US dollars are rarely accepted so it's best to exchange you cash for pesos. $1 = 3028 pesos.
Credit cards are widely accepted at restaurants, hotels, shops and other services such as tour companies. However, it’s a good idea to get some Colombian pesos (COP) from an ATM (bring a debit card for this) after arrival to pay for budget meals, bus tickets, small souvenirs, and taxis.
Colombia is a year-round destination, so there is no single best time to visit the country. Due to its close proximity to the equator, the weather in Colombia won’t change much over the year.
Along with routine vaccinations like chickenpox and polio, it’s recommended that all travelers to Colombia get vaccinated against hepatitis A and typhoid before visiting. Additionally, the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) recommends that certain travelers to Colombia be vaccinated against hepatitis B, rabies, malaria, and yellow fever, depending on where in the country they’re traveling and what they’ll be doing there. For a complete list of Colombia vaccine recommendations, visit the CDC’s pag
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