Hotel Imperial Caribe

Calle 17 3-96, Santa Marta, Colombia | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Santa Marta

Fading Colonial Charm That Feels Real & Colombian

A travel blog entry by amazingjourneys

I decided to take a 90 minute flight to Santa Marta (population 440,000) rather than the 18 hours by bus. The flight cost 215,000 pesos, the bus to Santa Marta would have cost 90,000 or to Cartagena 110,000 pesos. Santa Marta lies on the Caribbean coast midway between Cartagena and the border with Venezuela and is the capital of Magdalena …

In Santa Marta having the best Mojito ever

A travel blog entry by mariur


On Friday morning we had breakfast and then took a bus to Santa Marta which is a small city on the coast. It was really warm and it was carnival atmosphere! We checked in to the hotel and some of us walked down to the beach and stopped for a nice lunch. As it was carnival in Barranquia also Santa Marta was smitten by the spirit. It was like a big …

Day 154: Santa Marta, Colombia

A travel blog entry by tksa

... a little extra - we're near the end of the trip, we're getting lazy!

Santa Marta was really just a stopping point before a 2 day break in the Tayrona National Park but we'd managed to book ourselves into Colombia's Best Hostel 2014 as voted for on Hostelworld. The hostel was pretty amazing and we enjoyed the weather by the pool and in the evening cooked and had a few beers.


6th - 8th Jan - Tayrona Parque National

A travel blog entry by stuwelly


... br> We ate at the hotel, and made reservations for Santa Marta, a hostel for me, a minibus back to Cartagena for Suzie. The next morning one of the staff take us individually to park entrance on his motorbike, with a 17kg rucsac on my back, and slightly erratic driver that was not the easiest ride, but a character building ride more than likely. We catch a taxi back into Santa Marta, and that was our two days in Tayrona National Park.


Colombian Coast

A travel blog entry by pilco


... and I was explaining why my family called me "Stumpic". One of the Swedish girls in the group thought she had heard the word before and explained "It is like a small person with no legs... like a cripple?"!! Made me cry with laughter. After hiking I headed to Costeno Beach Ecolodge & Surfcamp for some time by the Carribean Sea. Some places you arrive and immediately know that you could spend some serious time there- for me this was one such place. The ...


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