Playa Nudista / Boca del Saco

Officially it is not considered as a nudist beach, but visitors usually practice this modality since it is a not very busy beach. It is not allowed the bath but you can enjoy the water on its shore with great caution.
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Playa Brava

The place is ideal for camping and hammocks since it has a fairly open area. Its entrance is by the sector of Calabazo after passing through Pueblito, the path is quite ascending and with very little flat travel. On the way you can see gorges and diversity in fauna and flora. In Playa Brava there […] See more


The way is very demanding, since it is necessary to walk around 3 or 4 hours by footpaths that are not very signed by the lack of pedestrian traffic. It is one of the smallest beaches of the PNNT and the area is full of coconut palms. The beach is not appropriate for bathing because […]
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It is one of the few beaches of the PNNT where its calm waters allow the bath, its waters are crystal clear and its sand is white. The beach is small and has little marine life but this is replaced by the beauty of the landscape. See more


The area of Castilletes borders the beach of Cañaveral, in this area the sea is very strong, for this reason it is not appropriate for bathing, it has a large area of camping, hammocks and cabin for accommodation in rooms with private bathrooms and bathrooms shared. On the farm you will find a restaurant service.
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Playa Cañaveral

Although it is one of the smallest beaches, it is one of the most dangerous of the park. However it has a sector called “la piscinita” where is possible to take a swim without danger. You will find a unique hotel inside the park, Ecohabs Tayrona, 14 cabins with an unique views of sea, as […] See more

Playa Arrecife

It is the bigger beach inside Tayrona National Park. As the name says, underwater is filled with many reefs and rocks so the waves are very strong and dangerous. Swimming is not allowed here, as more than 200 persons have lost their lives in here. Arrecife is the second beach after Cañaveral that you will […]
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It is a small portion of beach located just 10 minutes walking from Arrecife, it stands out its white and thick sand and of course it is good for bathing thanks to its waters that are calm and without waves. It is only a passing beach, since we will not find any type of food […] See more

Playa La Piscina

It is one of the few beaches in Tayrona where you can have a relaxing swim. It takes its name from the rocks barrier that surrounds the shore creating a natural pool of calm waters. It is a small beach of spectacular beauty. There is no camping area or hammocks. It is located between Cabo […]
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Playa Cabo San Juan del Guía

Definitely the most visited beach by the tourists that come to the Tayrona Park, it is known worldwide for the famous pictures that every Tayrona review must have, where you can see the hill in the middle of the sea and the cabin on it where you can sleep in hammocks or rooms with beds. The beach […] See more

Bahía Cinto

One of the most calm and beautiful beaches of Tayrona Park, with crystal waters, green vegetation all seasons, and yellow sand that gives it a golden touch like few beaches in the world. It is recommended for snorkeling or diving thanks to its rich sea life. You can find a place to stay the night here […]
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Siete Olas

Highlighted by the rows of waves that go in sequence to the shore of the beach, in total there are 7 because of this it has the name of beach 7 waves. Bathing is forbidden due to its strong waves and currents. On one side of the beach, you can take a path that leads […] See more


It is considered the largest bay within the Tayrona National Park, its central location allows it to be one of the strategic points to visit other nearby beaches. Its waves are strong but allow the bath in 2 areas where it is ideal for diving and snorkeling, has a very diverse sea life in corals […]
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Bahía Gayraca

It is located between Bahía Concha and Neguanje and comes with a huge extension of land covered by very fine and white sand. It is a totally empty beach recommended for a day visit and especially for snorkel or diving for its big extension of coral reefs, fishes and sea life. You can reach this […] See more

Bahía Chengue

It is one of the most solitary beaches of the park as the entrance is by boat or a difficult path. The beach is small with very fine and white sand, but it is always full of trees, as the area is a dry zone with a lot of salt water vegetation. It is ideal […]
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Bahía Concha

Located only 30 minutes from Santa Marta, it is one of the more visitied beaches by tourists and samarians. It is surrounded by mountains and has beautiful views. As you reach it, on the right hand you can find a river that completes the environment. The beach is big with a lot of shade on […] See more