In this blog we will share with you the top 7 frequently asked questions about Tayrona Park for this 2021:
Tayrona Natural Park has 3 authorized entrances:
The entrance fee to this Natural Park depends on the season and if you want to go independently.
– National, foreign resident or member of the CAN (5 to 25 years old): $ 18500 COP
– National, resident foreigner or member of the CAN (25 and over): $ 25000COP
– Foreigner, non-resident foreigner or CAN member: $ 55000 COP
– Born in Santa Marta (5 to 25 years old): $ 9000 / Older than 25: $ 22000 COP
National, foreign resident or member of the CAN (5 to 25 years old): $ 21500
National, foreign resident or member of the CAN (25 and over): $ 29500
Non-resident foreigner or member of the CAN: $ 66500
Born in Santa Marta (5 to 25 years old): $ 21500 / Over 25: $29500
Estos precios están sujetos a cambios. Los valores fueron tomados de: https://www.parquetayrona.com/es/
You make a single payment for the tour you want to do, that is, the final price depends on the beach you want to visit within the Tayrona Park. The advantage of this option is that the total price already includes transportation, travel insurance, park entrance fee and a group coordinator who is in charge of leading the excursion.
The best known beaches of Tayrona Park are:
Cabo San Juan Del Guía
Playa Cristal or Playa del Muerto
Playa Nudista / Boca Del Saco
Playa La Piscina
Tayrona Park has more than 30 beaches, but not all of them are easy to access or are accessible to swimmers. Although in the previous list we included several beaches where bathing is not allowed, we mention them because they are part of the main ones.
This depends a lot on preferences; however, Playa Cristal is one of the most preferred by tourists. In fact, according to the results of TripAdvisor’s Traveller’s Choice 2019, it was recognized as one of the favorite beaches in South America. This is one of the most frequently asked questions about Tayrona Park.
For this 2021 Tayrona Park will close its doors in the months of February, June and October. This closure is done to comply with the #RespiraTayrona strategy, which seeks the recovery of ecosystems.
The first closure was from February 1 to February 15.
The second closure of the park will be from June 1 to June 15.
The third closure will be from October 19 to November 2.
It is worth mentioning that due to the COVID-19 pandemic and the new phase in the country, the authorities have implemented measures to preserve the health of locals and visitors; that is why during the month of April and until further notice, Tayrona Park will be completely closed on Saturdays and Sundays.
Here are some recommendations to go to Tayrona Park:
– Wear comfortable clothes for the hike and swimwear to enjoy the beach.
– Wear a good pair of tennis shoes or hiking boots for the walks. You can also bring sandals for the beach.
– Take a small towel to dry off when you get out of the sea.
– Include in your backpack environmentally friendly repellent and sun block in order not to alter the ecosystems.
– You can also bring sunglasses, caps or hats to protect you from the sun.
– Carry only what you need. Excess baggage will cause back pain.
– Don’t forget to bring water to stay hydrated.
– If you want to save some money you can take prepared and easy to carry food.
This is the last of our frequently asked questions about Tayrona Park. Being a responsible tourist is easy:
– Verify that the products you apply to go or while you are in the Park, are biodegradable / environmentally friendly, this way you do not negatively impact the ecosystems.
– All the garbage you generate should be removed from the park or deposited in the bins provided for this purpose.
– Do not remove animal or plant species from the park. Do not mistreat them either, remember that the visitor is you.
– Respect the indigenous communities that live there. Do not take pictures of them without their authorization.
– Do not bring fauna or flora into the area.
– Don’t carry loudspeakers or musical instruments. Because they alter the ecosystems they are prohibited.
– Do not bring plastic or plastic sheeting into Tayrona Park.
– Don’t bring alcoholic beverages, psychoactive substances and/or sharp elements.
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