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Santa Marta

Set in the lush hills of the Sierra Nevada of Santa Marta is the Taironaka ecotourism centre, where you can come and discover nature and ancient archaeology together in harmony. Relax, contemplate and be at one with the verdant surroundings at Taironaka or enjoy a walk through ecological paths and admire the ancient archaeological sites that characterise the area.

From Santa Marta, we travel 35 miles to the Taironaka ecotourism centre, situated on the banks of the River Don Diego. Rich in culture, wildlife and flora this is a truly special place to cleanse the soul and connect with nature. Take one of the many ecological walks to appreciate the colourful flowers, rich vegetation and beautiful surroundings that make this place so distinctive, or kayak down the fresh waters of the River Don Diego for a different view of the area. Walk along the precolonial Indian terraces or through the lush gardens, and learn all about the ancient culture at the museum. A town once belonging to an ancient civilisation, the museum holds testament to this with 300 pieces of ceramic and stone pieces as well as funeral urns, amongst many other objects, on display. The area also boasts rich wildlife that lives amongst the high trees such as small monkeys, birds and parrots and other species which you might be lucky enough to catch sight of. Taironaka ecotourism centre is an exceptional place to escape the city, cleanse your spirit and is a must see for any tourist to the area. Set in the lush hills of the Sierra Nevada of Santa Marta is the Taironaka ecotourism centre, where you can come and discover nature and ancient archaeology together in harmony. Relax, contemplate and be at one with the verdant surroundings at Taironaka or enjoy a walk through ecological paths Meeting/pick-up point: Pick up from hotel.

Duration: Eight and-a-half hours.

Start/opening time: At 8.30am.

Languages: Spanish.