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The Spaniards when it was discovered since last year as Cerro la Galera, and its top La Popa de la Galera. The Cerro de La Popa was in the sixteenth century a land covered in very wild jungle plagued by poisonous species in which the inhabitants of Cartagena of the time rarely ventured.
The laws associated with the presence of the devil and the evil spirits in the shape of a goat were also united to the leafy weeds and poisonous animals.
It has the legend that the Augustinian friar Fray Alonso de la Cruz. This allowed him to build a church on the hill of La Popa to end the tributes offered to the evil spirit that lived there. In 1610 the construction works begin.
This birdwatching tour to the National Aviary allows you to swap the bustling centre of Cartagena for the tranquility of nature. As well as hassle-free hotel pickup and drop-off in the city, this tour includes lunch on a secluded beach and increases your chance of spotting birdlife with the help of a guide.
Escape the bustle of Cartagena with a full-day tour to the Totumo Volcano. Climb a wooden staircase and enter the volcano’s crater to swim and float in a sea of mud. Experience the healing properties of the mineral mud bath followed by a visit to La Boquilla or Manzanillo del Mar for a traditional Caribbean lunch. Round-trip transportation by air-conditioned bus is included.
Grab your board and catch a wave without ever leaving Cartagena during this 15-minute ride on the only indoor surf simulator in Latin America. You’ll visit Waveflow, an indoor surfing club that also features music, TV and an onsite restaurant with a selection of tasty international cuisine and drinks. Hang ten during your thrilling 15-minute ride on the club’s surf simulator. Then have a seat at the restaurant for your included meal, featuring a main course, starter and two beverages.
Make sure your shore excursion in Cartagena truly shines during this 3-hour trip combining a visit to the city’s Emerald Museum and sightseeing tour. Cruise passengers are sure to enjoy this exploration of top Cartagena attractions including a look at the architecture of Manga Island, a photo stop at San Felipe Fortress and a walking tour of the old city. You’ll also spend time at the Emerald Museum, learning how to properly identify and purchase one of Colombia’s famed gemstones. Your excursion also includes a professional guide, entrance fees, bottled water and round-trip port transport.
Located at the mouthpiece 5 minutes from the Rafael Nuñez International Airport and just 15 minutes from the walled city, we found a fishing community on the shores of the Caribbean Sea who invited us to take a tour of its great diversity of fauna and flora, they will give us a panoramic in its comfortable craft canoes, by a set of canals surrounded by mangroves, which becomes a reservoir for different varieties of birds, fish, crabs, mollusks and wildlife. being this the main economic resource of this population. At the end of the tour we will enjoy a walk through the community (the mouthpiece) of fishermen delighting in a delicious and delicious cold coconut water.
Discover the wildlife and natural beauty of Aviario National Park with this small-group tour. Go for a guided walk among lush trees and hear the calls of exotic birds as you keep an eye out for flamingoes and toucans. Stop at Playa Blanca, Cartagena’s white sand beach, for some relaxation time before returning to the city. Round-trip transportation from Cartagena is included.
Getting to the Totumo Mud Volcano is easy on this guided tour to the popular mud baths from Cartagena. You’re picked up at your hotel and brought directly to the baths for a chance to pamper yourself in the relaxing natural pools (plus clean up after). Then, enjoy a typical Colombian lunch before heading back to your hotel.