San Andres was probably the best place in Colombia we went, and we didn’t even plan on going there originally! I am so glad we did though as it felt like a true vacation. It would be impossible to outdo the experiences on the island, flawless beaches, amazing scuba, cocktails, sun, and snorkeling! It is one place that I can easily say I will be back to one day.
Read up on my first impression and how to get the most out of your time in Cartagena
Santa Marta is a very interesting city in Colombia. Here is my tips to explore the city itself and then get yourself to the nearby attractions of Minca, Tayrona, and Taganga!
Taganga is a small fishing village only 10 minutes from Santa Marta, a place where beautiful lush green covered mountains meet a beautiful horse shoe shaped bay. Regardless of what you may have heard, there is a ton of things to do in Taganga. The unpaved roads, old concrete houses and friendly street dogs create a…
San Gil offers so much more than just adventures, it was one of the most relaxed places in Colombia I have been. Check out my guide for all the info!
Tayrona National Park is a must see and one of my Colombian highlights! The pictures speak for themselves.
Minca is a small town 40 minutes from Santa Marta, Colombia famous for the gorgeous mountain views, coffee farms, and Pozo Azul! This is our guide on how to check it out yourself.