Product Id: TP-05
The capital of the department of Magdalena, founded in 1525, is one of the oldest cities in South America. This city was Simon Bolivar’s final resting place, and it is currently the starting point for trips to several beaches and the archaeological remains of the Tayrona culture.
3 to 4 hours
- One bottled water per person,
- Private transportation
- Professional driver at full disposal
- Quinta de San Pedro Alejandrino entrance fee
- Professional English-speaking guide
- Food (breakfast, lunch, dinner)
- Tips (Optional)
What do I need to bring?
- Comfortable clothes, a cap, and sneakers.
- Copy of passports
- Our bilingual guide and driver will pick you up at the coordinated hour.
- After a half-an-hour ride, you will get to Quinta de San Pedro Alejandrino, Simon Bolivar (El Libertador) deathplace. Here you will tour around this farm where Colombia’s most important man in history died. Our guide will explain to you in detail his life, history, and feats.
- After you finish the tour here, we arrive at Taganga (small fishers town) viewpoint. Here you will be able to observe this small town and appreciate how the truly magnificent mountains merge with the sea. Then after stopping in this viewpoint, we will go down the mountain and drive around the small village.
- After touring around Taganga, we depart to the city center, where our guide will walk around with you and show you the most important and significant places of our historical city.
- Once the tour officially finishes, we return to the hotel.
Don’t miss this experience. You won’t regret it!
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Frequently Asked Questions
Visitors are required to use a face mask the whole time and must follow safety protocols at the entrance such as hand disinfection and temperature checks.