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Plaza e Iglesia de San Pedro Claver| Cartagena

Cartagena City Tour

Immerse yourself in the captivating history of Cartagena de Indias on a 4-hour historical tour of the city.

Visit all of Cartagena’s significant sites and UNESCO World Heritage-listed structures accompanied by a knowledgeable guide. 

You will visit the Castle of San Felipe, one of Cartagena's many UNESCO World Heritage sites Stop at the Inquisition Museum for a look into 17th-century Cartagena, and you will  learn about Colombia's African-American past at the San Pedro Claver Church.

All entrance fees and round-trip hotel transportation included 

Full-Day Rosario Islands Including Barú, Cholon and Playa Blanca

Explore the pristine beaches of the Rosario and Barú islands during this 12-hour day tour from Cartagena. Travel off the coast of Colombia via speedboat to the Corales del Rosario National Park.

Swim in the azure waters, relax on the soft sand beaches and take in the picturesque natural surroundings. National park fees, lunch, and round-trip transportation from Cartagena hotels are provided.

Cartagena Private Popular Market Tour with Cooking Class

This 4 hour private culinary experience will allow you to see one of the most authentic scenes of the city, the people and food. This tour was specially designed for those who enjoy experiencing cooking and learning about local food. After shopping for the ingredients for your lunch, the tour will meet up with a traditional Cartagena chef, who will teach you how to make an authentic Colombian dish. 

Scuba Diving Day Trip from Santa Marta

This activity takes place in Taganga, Santa Marta, the city of Santa Marta is located in northern Colombia, 4 hours -drive from Cartagena de Indias, in this city you have to get to Taganga, which is the exact location where you will dive, this is a small fisher men town, 15 minutes away from Santa Marta.

In this town you will find a lot of backpackers from all over the world, a lot of hostels that makes it cheaper to stay around, restaurant and of cours, a lot of ocean to dive in. 

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