With your personal guide and driver, you will explore Santa Marta with this 4-hour city tour precisely designed for cruise ship passengers. Get to know the top highlights of Santa Marta and fall in love with this gorgeous city. Its ancient streets and colonial architecture still prevail, even after having being sacked and burned dozens of times by pirates. Santa Marta is also known for being the place where Simon Bolivar (El Libertador) lived his latter days. Get to know his history, what he did and how he managed to liberate six Latin-American countries from the Spanish empire.
Bottled water - One bottled water per person
Professional English-speaking guide
Entry/Admission - Quinta de San Pedro Alejandrino
What to Expect
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Stop At: Taganga, Taganga, Santa Marta Municipality, Magdalena Department
Taganga is a small village with great cultural significance. This town hosted one of the multiple ethnic groups who inhabited La Sierra Nevada de Santa Marta, an amenable tribe called "Los Tagangas". Its people have been following their ancestors' artisanal fishing techniques for years, being this its main economic activity. Nowadays, it is considered an important touristic place in Santa Marta's surroundings due to its beautiful beaches and mountains.
Duration: 15 minutes
Stop At: Av. del Libertador, sin numero Quinta de San Pedro Alejandrino, Santa Marta, Santa Marta Municipality 470001 Colombia
In this museum, you will know first hand the history of Simon Bolivar. Our airport, parks, neighborhoods, and streets are named after him. The reason everything has his name is that Santa Marta was the death place of this once powerful man, who managed to liberate six countries from the Spanish kingdom. Here, you will know more about his life and feats. Finally, if you have a little bit of imagination, you would probably travel 200 years ago.
Duration: 1 hour
Stop At: Centro Historico de Santa Marta, Cra. 24 Av.del Ferrocarril, Santa Marta, Santa Marta Municipality Colombia
Santa Marta is considered the second-oldest city founded by the Spanish kingdom in South America. Walk around its colonial streets and beautiful squares, and immerse yourself into the history of this important city in the Colombian Caribbean coast. Visit with our guide Santa Marta Cathedral, Santander park (Parque de Los Novios), Bolivar park, Seminario San Juan Nepomuceno building, the bay, and the international marine.