Rosario Islands Day Trip with 1-Hour Cruise from Cartagena

Cruises, Sailing & Water Tours in Cartagena

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from$93.34
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Escape Cartagena for the day and take a trip to the Rosario Islands! Enjoy a 1-hour cruise from Cartagena to the Rosario Islands, a magnificent archipelago and a must-see while in Colombia. Spend the day relaxing in the national park, swimming in the pristine Caribbean waters.
The Rosario Islands are a group of private islands off the coast of Cartagena, Colombia. Due to its beautifully intact ecosystem, the archipelago was declared a national park in 1977. The beautiful array of natural flora and fauna is sure to impress you! On this day trip from Cartagena, take a sightseeing cruise to our eco-hotel at Isla del Sol and spend time relaxing on the beautiful beach of a private island! Take in astonishing Caribbean views from this point and go for a refreshing swim in the crystal-clear water. After visiting the aquarium you will be back to the island just in time for a tasty lunch prepared with fresh fish and the best ingredients of the region. Before returning to your boat for the sail back to Cartagena feel free to use the kayaks, hammocks, and even take a dive to do some snorkeling” (optional at own expense). Cruising back to Cartagena in the evening, witness a stunning sunset as you leave the beautiful Rosario Islands behind.

What’s included

  • Private transport from hotel to port (only covers hotels located at Boca Grande, Laguito, Casco Antiguo and Getsemani)
  • Speedboat transportation
  • Bilingual English/Spanish (English support)
  • Traditional Colombian lunch
  • Welcome cocktail
  • Drop-off at the port

What’s not included

  • Gratuities (optional)
  • Harbor tax approx. USD $7 ($16,500 Colombian Pesos) per person
  • Transport from the por to the Hotel (drop-off)
  • Island walking tour
  • Hiking, snorkeling and body massages

Highlights

  • Close encounter with wildlife
  • Informative, friendly and professional guide
  • Travel by boat and see the sights from the water
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