This is an amazing opportunity to experience the uniquely magnificent city of Cartagena, a UNESCO World heritage site, in air conditioned buses with local bilingual qualified guides.
The tour starts with a visit San Felipe de Barajas Fortress, which is situated outside the walled city. This monumental fort is considered to be the most outstanding feature of Spanish military engineering in the New World. Its construction began in 1536 and completed after 121 years.
Visit to San Pedro Claver Cloister, with its half-point arches and its beautiful church in honor of Pedro Claver, the protector of slaves. Visit to San Pedro Claver Cloister, with its half-point arches and its beautiful church in honor of Pedro Claver, the protector of slaves.
The Historic Museum of Cartagena de Indias is an institution with 92 years of presence in the cultural life of the Colombian Caribbean. Its mission is to show its own and visitors the contribution of this city to the formation of our nationality and the culture of the Greater Caribbean. It works in the Houses that in the colonial period served as headquarters to the Court of the Inquisition.
Tour of the city touring the residential neighborhoods bordering the Bay of Cartagena, Bocagrande, Castillogrande and Manga and Bordering the Wall in the Historic Center, ending with a sample of the work of emeralds in a jewelry store.
This trip is designed for people with minimum skills but a lot of interest in learning about jewelry making easy techniques. It is held in three comfortable air conditioned classrooms that easily fits up to 70 apprentices. The classes have a duration of two hours, and are given by instructors with teaching experience in the manufacture of jewelry in a friendly and bilingual environment.
The walking tour takes place in the magical walled city, a construction that took 194 years to be completed and enabled Cartagena to defend itself from the attacks from pirates. The Spanish colonial architecture is one of the most impressive and best preserved in South America with its imposing merchant’s houses, narrow streets, flower bedecked balconies, stunning civic buildings and beautiful churches. The city is dotted with many squares and public spaces which are now are home to sidewalk cafés and restaurants where Colombians and visitors, relax and enjoy the magic of this amazing city.
Visit to San Pedro Claver Cloister, with its half-point arches and its beautiful church in honor of Pedro Claver, the protector of slaves. Visit of the Historic Museum ( Inquisition Palace)
Visit the Adolfo Mejia theater if permitted on the day of the tour and if not used for night event.
The history of Cartagena has a big Cuban musical influence. Salsa collectors opened clubs more than thirty years ago and these places still flood Cartagena’s nights of happiness, maracas, drums and congas. This tour makes It possible to go deep down into the authentic life of the city through a lesson. This activity includes a walking tour in the old section passing through the main squares and streets.
One Hour of classes in a casual setting with professionals who share their art and techniques to the public/p>
60 minutes from Cartagena you encounter the Archipelago of the Rosario Islands . These islands known for its crystalline waters and small coralline beaches are the best accomplice for a amazing day at the sun.
.One hour boat ride, crossing the Cartagena Bay and ending at the beautiful Rosario Islands. With 2 areas with access to the sea, 17 rooms, a meeting room with capacity for up to 50 people, bar, restaurant, body massage, relaxing in outdoor area, PADI Diving Center , rental of kayaks, sunfish and snorkel.
Cartagena is one of South America's greatest cultural treasures. Take a private Cartagena tour with a local guide and experience the rich history and romance of this coastal town.
The entire city of Cartagena is a UNESCO World Heritage Site. The best way to explore this historic colonial town is by wandering its winding, cobbled alleys with your knowledgeable guide explaining the sights you see along the way. Your guide is flexible to your personal travel interests and will tailor your exploration of Cartagena to see the highlights that intrigue you most.
Among the walled city's many attractions are the 17th century San Felipe de Barajas Castle - the greatest Spanish fort ever built in the colonies - and Plaza Bolivar. Your guide will be sure you don't rush your time here: savour Cartagena's rich architectural details, street life and local snacks along the way.
We know you'll enjoy your Cartagena tour, and see the absolute best of the city, from a local's perspective.