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Cartagena de Indias is the capital of the department of Bolívar. The city is located on the shores of the Caribbean Sea and is one of Colombia's most important tourist centers, as well as the second most important urban area on the Colombian Caribbean coast. Cartagena's climate is warm, breezy and generally has an average humidity of 90%.
Declared a World Historical and Cultural Heritage Site by UNESCO in 1984, Cartagena adds to the charm of its colonial, republic and modern architecture, with its bustling nightlife, internationally prestigious cultural festivals, exquisite landscapes, magnificent beaches, excellent cuisine and a hotel and tourist infrastructure for every taste and budget. Cartagena is the jewel of the Colombian Caribbean.
The best of world golf in just one location.
For golf, this city centers its activity on the courses designed in exciting natural settings with incomparable sunsets. All this creates a marvelous and charming golfing experience. Cartagena has a bio-climate of its own. According to the time of the year, players will feel the sensation of playing in complementary courses, in line with the season of the year in which they visit.
The course at Karibana offers 18 holes in front of the Caribbean Sea, it is known as a challenging course because of its proximity to the sea and extensive lakes that surround a large part of the course.