Why do cruises tourism in Colombia?
Having a coastline on the Caribbean as well as the Pacific Ocean Colombia is a privileged country offering a variety of ports for cruise ships.
Not only is Cartagena a popular stopover point for the many Caribbean cruises that flock to the region, it is also the main port of embarkation for those tourists who love life on a “floating city.”
In Santa Marta you can visit the villa of San Pedro Alejandrino, the eighteenth-century hacienda where Simon Bolivar died in 1830.
The Seaflower reserve on the archipelago of San Andres and Providence is part of the World Network of Biosphere Reserves. The natural wealth of the Pacific Coast is on display here.