Explore one of the most favourite destinations in the Colombian Caribbean. Arrive in your own private speedboat and discover the little paradisiacal islands circuit and the magnificent aqua sea coral reef. Find out the incredible stories about the oversea battles which took place there and get amazed by the magical and overwhelming aquatic landscapes while you snorkel under the crystal clear waters.
TOTAL DURATION: 7 Hrs.
– Hotel Pick-up and Drop-off.
– Private speedboat
– Snorkeling equipment.
– Cooler with ice
– Lunch at private beach
– Port fee.
Your adventure will start at 9:00 am, at the marina to board your private speedboat which will take to the archipelago area. During your trip you will have a great view of Tierra Bomba and other Islands in the outskirts of Cartagena. In addition, you will have the chance to stop along the way to do some snorkeling and find out a whole other world in these amazing crystal clear waters.
Our first stop will be at “La piscinita” where you will enjoy the beach. You can also visit ; Cholón for some local living experience and a golden sun tan.
After this, take a delicious lunch at one of the marvelous hotels in Rosario Islands; Gente de Mar, Playa Azul or Majagua. Relax , enjoy the warm ocean or take a walk at the beach. Around 3:30 pm we will heading back to Cartagena to enjoy the rest of the evening in the city.
Port authorities requiere a Port Fee of 15.000 COP that must be paid before getting in the boat personally and in cash.
The speedboat have a bathroom and a portable cooler. Bring the drinks and the snacks you prefer.
This itinerary takes you to enjoy Cartagena’s best-kept secrets! Enjoy the sunset at one of the cafes by the Wall. Visit the botanical garden with more than 300 endemic species from Colombia’s Caribbean zone. Discover “Palenque”, the first free town in America. Admire a small untouched paradise with warm turquoise waters.
Join us on this quest trough the beautiful and historical islands of old Providence and Santa Catalina, both declared reserve of the biosphere by UNESCO (Seaflower). Dive in the second biggest barrier reefs of the Caribbean, swim with sharks, sea turtles and Sting rays.