Por su infraestructura hotelera, sus espacios naturales y la cercanía con otros destinos de interés, Santa Marta es estratégica en viajes de incentivos.
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Tayrona /Pic. jennimarcela
Fifteen thousand hectares of palm trees, beaches, hills, forests, and scrubland, share the landscape with a surfing sea, mangroves, coral reefs, 100 species of mammals, 200 species of birds, 50 species of reptiles, and the archaeological remains of the Tayrona Indians. It truly has no equal on the Colombian Caribbean coast. Horseback rides, rafting in the copious Don Diego River with its rapids and falls, and hiking are especially worthwhile in this amazing park. Lodging is easy in campsites, traditional tourist inns, or the Ecohabs, modern replicas of Tayrona Indian dwellings.
On the way up the Sierra Nevada, there is a picturesque coffee village with temperatures ranging from 17° and 24° C. This is just the place for an astounding view of coffee and flower plantations, the Sierra Nevada, San Lorenzo, Las Piedras, and Pozo Azul.
This village of fishermen and seagulls is located just 15 minutes by car from Santa Marta: It is a diving station, as well as a preferred site for snorkelers.
Mamancana Park is ideal for adventure incentive trips. It boasts 600 hectares of tropical dry forest and experiences in delta winging, canopying, paragliding, motor gliding, rock and tree climbing, mountain biking, rappelling, down hilling, horseback rides, diving, bird watching, and all-terrain vehicle tours
This challenging natural reserve has a lodging infrastructure with all the basic services, a camping ground, a restaurant, and places for meetings.