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Fenix Beach Isla de Tierra Bomba

Fenix Beach Isla de Tierra Bomba

Fenix Beach Private Daytrip Excursions from Cartagena Located along the Colombian Caribbean coast, Cartagena has access to crystal blue waters, pristine white beaches, and gorgeous people worldwide! There is any number of private beach getaways in and around Cartagena. However, those secluded beaches can range from a few well-worn sun loungers on a small strip of sand to high-end establishments that host…

Is a vacation in Cartagena expensive?

Luxurious Caribbean Vacations It can be challenging to come to terms with its financial aspect when it comes to justifying a luxurious Caribbean vacation, especially when you consider all of your day-to-day expenses. And while we expect to spend a significant chunk of change on a vacation getaway, nobody likes being taken advantage of, and most of us enjoy finding a good…

Bora Bora Beach Club

The Bora Bora Beach Club

Bora Bora Beach Club - Chill Island Oasis If you’re looking for an authentic club experience under the golden Caribbean sun while vacationing in Cartagena, look no further than the Bora Bora Beach Club. This chic island oasis is a full-service beach club designed especially for the young and beautiful crowd. The beverages flow as the dance music takes you away from…

Where is Cartagena Colombia?

Where is Cartagena Colombia?

Where is Cartagena, Colombia? If you've never thought of vacationing in Cartagena, you may be asking yourself: where is Cartagena, Colombia? All the tourist information you're seeing is telling you it's a tropical Caribbean and is one of the most popular tourist destinations in South America. Cartagena is part of Colombia—a country most people associate with jungles, coffee, high-fashion urban areas like…

The History of Catalina de Indias

Catalina de Indias - The Symbol of Spanish Colonial Cartagena She's become something of a tragic heroine in the history of Colombia but few outside Cartagena know the story behind this iconic woman. Her real name is lost to history but India Catalina (as she was called after being catholicized by Spanish Conquistadores) stands out--much like Pocahontas or Sacajawea in North America--as…

Old City Wall Cartagena

Old City Wall

Cartagena's Fortified Old City Cartagena's Fortified Old City is the best-preserved colonial city in Latin America. The walled city was constructed in the sixteenth century by the Spanish conquistador Pedro de Heredia, named Cartagena de Indias, after his birthplace in Spain. Located on Colombia's Caribbean coast, the city has since served as an important port for trade between Europe and South America,…

Rosario Islands

The Rosario Islands near Cartagena

The Rosario Islands – Paradise Minutes Away from Cartagena While it’s easy to get distracted by the vibrant culture and historic charm of Spanish Colonial Cartagena, you can’t overlook the natural beauty of the bright blue waters, golden sands, and lush tropical vegetation that surround this gem of the Caribbean. Hands-down, one of the best places to visit while in Cartagena are…

Eteka Slow Beach Lounge is located on the beautiful Tierra Bomba Island

Eteka Slow Beach Lounge

Eteka Slow Beach Lounge is a Semi-Private Beach Escape Just Minutes from Cartagena Just minutes away from the hustle and bustle at the heart of Cartagena, Colombia is an oasis of calm and connection to nature that can help weary travelers reset their inner alignment and refresh for a day (or more). Eteka Slow Beach Lounge is a semi-private getaway on an…

Mangrove Tours

Excursions to the Mangroves

For Thousands of Years the Mangroves have Served as a Natural Protection Not every boat tour in Cartagena involves white sandy beaches and the crystal blue waters of the Caribbean. If you're a nature lover and want to see something truly spectacular, the mangroves are for you. This secluded, shaded forest of lush greenery sprouts right up from the salty ocean water…

Pink Sea in Cartagena

Pink Sea in Cartagena (El Salar de Galerazamba)

Colombia's Pink Sea El Salar de Galerazamba You've heard of the Black Sea, the Red Sea, and maybe even the Dead Sea but have you ever heard of the Pink Sea? Most people haven't. In fact, it's one of the best-kept secrets in Cartagena. Just an hour's ride from the center of the city, there's an amazing spectacle that vacationers (especially those…

Trip to Palenquera

Trip to Palenque. Experience African culture

Trip to Palenque to Experience Authentic Colombian Culture If you're looking for a once-in-a-lifetime excursion during your vacation in Cartagena, consider taking a day trip to visit Palenque. This historic village holds on to its roots and here you can experience authentic culture from songs and dances to art and even the dying language of the Palenque. This is a must-see for…

Colombian Rum and Chocolate Tastings

The Tastes of Cartagena: Colombian Rum and Chocolate Tastings If you've followed your taste buds to Cartagena but haven't yet gone on a rum and chocolate tasting tour, you've done yourself a disservice. Indeed, while Cartagena's culinary creations have become a draw for foodies the world over, it's the combination of rich chocolate and sultry spirits that really engender Cartagena's unique blended…

Galería del Arzobispado

The Galería del Arzobispado (Archbishop’s Gallery)

The Galería del Arzobispado (Archbishop's Gallery) When is an art gallery not really an art gallery? When it's a piece of art in and of itself. While you'll find a host of amazing artwork—especially stunning photos from native Colombian photographers—at The Galería del Arzobispado, the entire Archbishop's Gallery facility has been exceptionally crated to turn your time here into an amazing experience…

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