Tayrona national natural park tourism
Tayrona National Park are forests and beaches on the Caribbean coast of Colombia, and it’s supposed to be some kind of magical fairytale places of natural beauty. Tayrona National Park which is located on the Caribbean coast, an hour from Santa Marta and 5 minutes from Cartagena. Swimming pool Beach Tayrona lying far to the West, reached by a trail that dips and climbs through the rain forest and over a pile of giant white boulders. Before the conquest of Spain, this is the land of the Tayrona indigenous, which left a significant evidence of their way of life at Pueblito Chairama and other sites. The temperature ranges between 25 ˚ ˚ C to 32 C, and elevation, from zero to nine feet above sea level. There are two periods of rain from May to June and from September to November.
Tayrona National Park Created in 1964 and an area of 15,000 hectares of nature reserves along the coast of the northeastern Caribbean from Santa Marta. It is home to several beaches Santa Marta is the most pure and a variety of native flora and fauna of Colombia. In addition to the vegetation, the Park is rich in cultural history, as it is home to tribes of ancient Tayrona exploring dirt roads before the arrival of the invaders Spain. 3,000 and 12,000 acres of land and sea that was proclaimed in 1969 for the value of their biological and archaeology. For the most comfortable accommodations in the Tayrona National Park Tayrona, Ecohabs is your best choice. Located on the beautiful beaches of Canaveral, tourists can enjoy the peace and privacy in a comfortable bungalow. From this hotel, Santa Marta, guests can easily explore the entire Tayrona National Park. They can choose from a wide range of activities such as bird watching, trekking to the ruins of ancient Tayrona tribe, or just take a walk along the shore line of different grounds. Tayrona offers a restaurant near Canaveral Beach which serves local and international dishes. There is also a Spa Tayrona, which provides health care to use the elements of nature. Shopping for souvenirs, Ecotienda (Ecostore), selling locally made products that support the livelihoods of local communities.