The Tayrona National Park has three entances which get you directly to the beaches and points of interest. There is another fourth way to get to another area that was previously considered part of the Park and nowadays is still a very visited place.
NEGUANJE: It is at 12 km from the Santa Marta taking the road troncal del Caribe direction to La Guajira. You can get to beaches like Chengue y Gairaca walking and by boat and to another beaches as Playa Cristal in 7 minutes, Placya Cinto in 20 minutos and Wachaquita in 30 minutes. It is needed to pay the entrance fee.
ZAINO: The main entrance is at 34 km from the city of Santa Marta taking the road Troncal del Caribe direction to La Guajira. From this we can access the following beaches: Castillete, Cañaveral, Arrecife, Arenilla, La Piscina, Cabo San Juan, La Playa Nudista/Boca del Saco and Playa Brava. It’s needed to pay the entrance fee.
PUEBLITO: It is at 32 km from the city and at 2 km before arriving to Zaino, it is also known as CALABOZO. You must make a way of 3 hours walking to ge to the ruins of Pueblito. Following the path you can get to Cabo San Juan and Playa Brava. It’s needed to pay the entrance fee.
BAHÍA CONCHA: The Access is by the Bastidas suburb in a road to the bay. Some time ago this bay was considered part of Tayrona Park but nowadays you can access without paying any fee