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At long last we arrived at golden sand beaches, bath warm seas and tropical sunshine. We fell in love with Taganga, a small fishing village just up a hill from Santa Marta. With its laid back vibe, delicious restaurants and live music bars its a place we didn't want to leave!
From Taganga you can do day trips to the local national park …
I have never seen so much dive-shops in a town so small.....that's makes it cheap to dive ($ 250 US for a PADI course and $ 50 US for 2 dives, including equipment and lunch)
The visibility was very low, maximum 10 meters. That makes diving a bit different and a little less enjoyable. There is more fish here than in Cuba, but very small fry …
So today was our last day in Taganga a little fishing town just north of Santa Marta, which I have to add about Santa Marta is that it's the oldest city (new world) in the americas founded in 1526 and has the oldest building in the western hemisphere, the customs house built in 1530. Pretty cool to walk the streets and see people hustle and bustle …
We arrived in Santa Marta but saw no more of that than the mbus terminal and jumped straight in a taxi headed for Taganga. This is a little beach resort about 15 minutes from Santa Marta town but with a small bay surrounded by a few nice cafes, ceviche shacks and fresh juice vendors it has a much nicer feel. Known as an 'Israeli hotspot' where they …
Barbieandken stayed here on Jul 9, 2010 during their trip titled: Barbie and Ken go walkabout.
How has this hostel rated in the past?
excellent location, much quieter than downtown taganga, great price
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