In recent years, the climate has changed drastically, for this reason it is no longer so easy to determine what time is best to visit the Park National Natural Tayrona . Here are some tips to keep in mind for both the weather and the busy seasons.
The peak seasons in the PNNT go from December 1 to February 28, (date of the annual closure of the park, subject to changes by the Natural Parks Unit), as well as from June 1 to July 31, Holy Week ( every 10 days), and on holiday weekends, from Friday with departure on Tuesday.
Low season includes weekdays and weekends without holidays.
The seasons that are determined rainy are the months of May and July as well as September and October. Despite this, activities can be carried out without problems, since the rain is almost always occasional, which allows visitors to continue enjoying the Tayrona Natural Park .
In dry season you can visit the Park and enjoy the sea at all times, you should always take the beaches into account in which you may or may not bathe, such as Arrecife. On this beach at all times of the year, bathers are prohibited from entering, as it is very dangerous. You should know that even if it is a dry season, you are in an area of high humidity, so light rainfall may occasionally occur.
September, October and November are the months with the least income of people, so you can schedule your visit for these dates since the beaches are quieter. It is easy to locate a camping place, as well as to find availabilities in the Ecohabs and the Arrecife Cabins, which are the 2 best accommodations in the Tayrona Park