Can you sleep in Tayrona National Park?
If camping or sleeping in cabins IN Tayrona National Park sounds a little bit too much like “roughing it” for you, then consider staying in one of the hotels or hostels right next to the park! There is more hotel selection near the park than actually in it. These places are nicer, cheaper, and often also on the beach!
How long in Tayrona?
Many people choose to spend 2 or 3 nights in Tayrona National Park, sunbathing on the beach, swimming, and finding new hiking trails to explore. Entrance to the Tayrona National Park is open from 8am to 5pm. Of course, these times don’t interfere with those already in the park who plan to stay the night.
How do you get from Tayrona National Park to Cartagena?
When travelling the 240 km from Cartagena to Tayrona National Park, you have 2 options: a 5-hour minivan ride to Tayrona Park entrance El Zaino or a 5.5-hour bus journey, but you may have to transfer in Santa Marta. Rates range from 37,000 COP ($9.20) to 88,000 COP ($22).
Is Tayrona National Park worth?
For us, a day trip to Tayrona really isn’t worth it. The entry cost means it’s a lot of cash out of your travel budget for only 5-6 hours in the park, the experience will be rushed, and it hugely adds to the overcrowding situation.
Is Tayrona National Park free?
Tayrona Park Entrance Fee: 55 000 COP (2021) – It’s increasing every year. You can stay as long as you want. During the high season (December to February) and the public holidays, the price increases to 66 500 COP. You also have to pay insurance for 2 500 COP per day.
How much does it cost to get into Tayrona National Park?
TAYRONA ENTRANCE FEE Once you get off the bus in El Zaino (or any other entrance to the park), you must buy a Tayrona NP permit to enter the park. Tickets for international visitors cost 66 000 COP in high season and 56 000 COP outside the high season.