On this exciting journey, we invite you to immerse yourself in the charm of the Colombian Caribbean with two of our most dazzling destinations: Cartagena and Santa Marta. From the historic fortifications of Cartagena to the white sand beaches in Santa Marta, these two cities offer an unmatched combination of history, culture and natural beauty.
Cartagena: Colonial Treasure and Vibrant Cultural Life
Cartagena, known as "La Heroica", will welcome you with its cobbled streets and well-preserved colonial architecture. In the historic center, declared a World Heritage Site by UNESCO, you can explore the majestic Cathedral of Saint Catherine of Alexandria and the Castle of San Felipe de Barajas, an impressive fortress that protected the city from pirate attacks.
In addition to its historical wealth, Cartagena offers a vibrant cultural life. Stroll through the squares full of color and music, and let yourself be carried away by the rhythms of Caribbean music. Don't miss the opportunity to enjoy local cuisine in restaurants and street food stalls, where you can taste typical dishes such as ceviche, egg arepa and coconut rice.
Santa Marta: Contrasts between Mountains and the Caribbean Sea
Santa Marta, located on the Caribbean coast of Colombia, will surprise you with its diversity of landscapes. On the one hand, the city is surrounded by the mountains of the Sierra Nevada de Santa Marta, the highest coastal mountain in the world. Here, you can explore national natural parks, hike, visit waterfalls and immerse yourself in lush nature
On the other hand, Santa Marta has white sand beaches and crystal clear waters, perfect for relaxing and enjoying the sun and the Caribbean Sea. Visit the famous beaches of El Rodadero, Taganga and Playa Blanca, where you can practice water sports and explore the rich marine life.
Book your stay with GEH SUITES
Don't wait any longer and book your stay with GEH SUITES to discover the magic of Cartagena and Santa Marta. We assure you an experience full of colonial charm, natural beauty and Caribbean culture.