Tayona National Park boasts some of the most beautiful beaches of the Caribbean coast. The park consists of a tropical jungle positioned between the magical Caribbean sea and the highest coastal mountain range in the world.
It was created in 1964 to protect and promote local ecology and archeology. Within the park, you’ll find 108 species of mammals, around 300 bird species, approximately 31 species of reptiles, and 15 species of amphibians.
The park is of immense natural importance, but is also a cultural treasure. Long time ago it was habited by the Tayrona tribe. You can admire their culture because the Koguis, their direct descendants, still live in these areas and maintain many of their traditions.
A true Caribbean paradise!