Sol Arhuaco

Address: Carretera 2, N. 6-49, Santa Marta, Colombia | 2 star hotel
 
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This 2 star hotel is located on Carretera 2, N. 6-49, Santa Marta.
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Travel Blogs from Santa Marta

Christmas in Santa (Marta)

A travel blog entry by hasselbaink on Dec 24, 2014

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... Taganga is supposedly one of the cheapest places in the world to do the PADI diving course but we didn't have time to fit it in.

Back in Santa Marta we tried to visit the recommended gold museum which was unfortunately closed for the day. I bought a new Atletico Nacional jersey to replace the one confiscated by the police in Medellin and we enjoyed some local seafood before skyping Phil & Silvi and having an early ...

Finding the beaches

A travel blog entry by charlotterowley on Nov 19, 2014

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Just as I was getting the hang of streets that all look the same, it is time to leave! After a quick papaya breakfast, I hopped in a taxi (6k COP - £1.80) to head to a bus terminal. The bus to Santa Marta left at 9am (there is one every hour) and cost 30k COP (£9). We drove out of the city, back past the mud volcano and on to the city of Barranquilla. Here, the whole bus got out! Only me left. Luckily there were toilets here - everywhere seems to charge 15p to have ...

Tayrona National Park

A travel blog entry by phillipsquared on Sep 29, 2014

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... sweating profusely and decided to buy an overpriced coke to cool us down. The ruins are a series of platforms made by the early indigenous people for their houses and crops. Today the current indigenous families have built their homes on those same platforms. To be honest the ruins were a little disappointing but at least the walk there made the trip there worth it. On the way back down we stopped for lunch and saw a couple of capuchin monkeys, and we heard something we ...

Day 72: Tayrona National Park

A travel blog entry by jsedwin on Sep 20, 2014

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... drinking water and a crocodile runs up and grabs it and drags it into the water. It was very dark, we didn't have a powerful flashlight, and no one was willing to get too close to the water banks so we didn't see the body of the caimans. But we did see the eyes moving through the water with the help of the flashlight we had. We saw at least 3 caimans! It became clear the caimans weren't going to come out of the water so we headed back to the campsite and all went to ...

Jungle and Beach

A travel blog entry by daveandcat on Sep 16, 2014

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Hey everyone.

Santa Marta
After being well warned by other travellers and locals that the Colombian busses are pretty much freezers on wheels, we boarded our 1st night bus with plenty of warm layers. Bus was fine until 2 hours in, the air con packed up. So it was a sweaty remaining 14 hours, but we eventually arrived in Santa Marta and the Caribbean Coast of Colombia. Santa Marta doesn't have a lot happening however it is a good base for what's going on round ...