Not in all the beaches of Tayrona Park you will be able to stay or find places to buy food, below you will find this information in detail.

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PLAYA CABO SAN JUAN DEL GUÍA

Cabo San Juan has one of the most complete restaurants in the Tayrona Park , a very busy camping area and a cabin to hang hammocks, which also has 2 rooms with beds. The beach also provides the service of Public Baths.

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PLAYA LA PISCINA

It is a small beach, here you will not find a camping area or hammocks, so that is a passing beach.

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PLAYA ARENILLA

It is only a passing beach, for this reason you will not find any type of food service, bathrooms, camping etc …

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PLAYA ARRECIFE

Arrecife is a good point to arrive and spend the night. In this sector you will find a camping area, hammocks and cabins as well as a restaurant and public toilets.

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PLAYA CAÑAVERAL

It is a hidden beach, for this reason it has very few people passing through, but next to it is the best hotel in the Tayrona National Park, Ecohabs , so almost always there are only the guests. The hotel has restaurant service and its rooms are independent cabins with private bathrooms.

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BAHIA concha

In Bahía Concha you will not find cabins or buildings for accommodation, only camping area and hammocks. It has a restaurant and several food stalls, they also allow roasts of food but NOT bonfires.

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Bahía CHENGUE

It does not have any type of accommodation or food service. It is a beach to spend the day carrying what is necessary for the hours that you will be in this place.

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Bahía GAYRACA

On this beach you will not find any accommodation or food service, when they are high seasons you can find some people who sell water and soft drinks but after 4 in the afternoon they will no longer be there. There are people who camp in this place bringing their own equipment and food.

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BAHIA NEGUANJE

Upon reaching Neguanje, you will come across a main restaurant, you will also see small, informal food stalls, as well as drink vendors. In Neguanje it is not allowed to spend the night, for this reason it does not have cabins, camping area or hammocks.

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PLAYA 7 OLAS

In this place, you will not be able to find any type of accommodation or food service, the beach is only to pass and enjoy the panoramic view.

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Bahía CINTO

On this beach you can find a place to spend the night in hammocks and in a cabin with previous reservations, but you should always bear in mind that it is in an area very far from the city, that you will not find a place of care nearby and that you must be prepared with groceries for that adventure.

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PLAYA GUACHAKYTA

The beach is not very visited, so it is only a passing beach, it does not have restaurants or an area to stay.

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PLAYA PALMARITO

As it is one of the beaches with the most difficult access, it is very difficult to find infrastructure and food, so it is only a passing beach.

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PLAYA BRAVA

The place is ideal for camping and hammocks as it has a fairly open area. In Playa Brava there are simple cabins to stay and the costs vary according to the seasons and your negotiation capacity, you will also find restaurant service.

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PLAYA NUDISTA BOCA DEL SACO

Because it is a passing beach, it does not have any type of food service, but only 10 minutes away is the Cabo San Juan restaurant, in addition, camping or hammocks are not allowed.

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Bahia CASTILLETE

Here you can find a cabin that offers camping and room service. The building has private and shared bathrooms as well as a restaurant available to guests and people who are just passing through.