The only way to really explore the palms and white sand beaches of Tayrona National Park is on foot. With 150 square kilometres of coastline and dense jungle, there’s plenty here to explore. You’ll follow a private guide on trails that showcase the incredible scenery of the coastal park.
For most visitors, Tayrona is great for a day. If you prefer to prolong your visit in this paradise, then a travel designer can arrange a stay at Ecohabs Tayrona, the only accommodation in the park (aside from camping). You can fall asleep in exclusive wooden chalets, to the sounds of playful monkeys and Caribbean waves breaking against the shore.