La Riviera

Address: Carrera 2A, 5-42, Rodadero, Santa Marta, Colombia | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel is located on Carrera 2A, 5-42, Rodadero, Santa Marta.
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    Travel Blogs from Santa Marta

    Raiders of the Lost City

    A travel blog entry by maxandross on Apr 28, 2015

    8 photos

    ... was running low. Hashtag travellers problems. Santa Marta itself is a pretty boring big city so we didn't feel like we were missing much by vegetating and playing pool volleyball for a couple of days before exploring the nearby beaches and mountains, the real superstars of the region. First up on our exploration of the area was a four day trek to La Ciudad Perdida, The Lost City. The city is a bit like Machu Picchu in that it is a recently re-discovered, ...

    The Santa clause

    A travel blog entry by klartman on Jan 15, 2015

    23 photos

    ... gazebo with a sound system that still didn't seem to be set up. So we headed to the beach, a minute or so's trudge over the sand and it was beautiful. There was a hut with places for hammocks and a few guys on the beach one of whom was digging a sand maze. Strange French bloke called Joie.

    Ended up having to sleep in hammocks for two nights. The supposed three day festival didn't start until Saturday and at one point there were as many as ...

    Santa Marta & Minca

    A travel blog entry by tinytina321 on Aug 26, 2014

    7 photos

    ... be staying three nights but two was enough and I wanted to get to lively Santa Marta for the weekend. Detoxing is overrated.

    Santa Marta is nothing special really, its an ok town with markets and some nice colonial buildings but its mainly used as base to explore the surrounding areas. I had already done that whilst in Taganga but I did get my last beach stop in. A glorious beach called Playa Cristal, it was super expensive to get to as its ...

    Terrifyingly not relaxing...

    A travel blog entry by annahildreth on Aug 17, 2014

    2 photos

    ... jungle and told me it was another 15 minute walk. It was now dark. Oh double shucks...not good but I did have a torch. Walking on with all sorts of noises coming from everywhere and bravely walking past derelict houses where you imagine only homeless drug addicts living I finally got there with a huge sigh of relief. Having done everything one is advised not to do I arrived at Costeno eco-lodge and surf school.


    Ciudad Perdida (the lost city)

    A travel blog entry by howszmig on Jun 07, 2014

    2 comments, 25 photos

    ... would be a crossing that reaches our neck. All we could hear walking was the furious roar of the river 50 meters below. Luckily when we got there it had died down. It was only waist deep but still flowing quite strong. With the help of the guides we went across, nervous as a couple of years before a tourist had been swept away to his death at one of the crossings. Safe on the other side we had a further steep climb and 30 minutes to the camp located 1km from the ciudad perdida. ...