Last updated on November 2nd, 2023 at 03:07 pm
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Activities and Attractions outside Cartagena that you will find detailed in our Cartagena Travel Guide
- Totumo Volcano: A Unique Mud Bath Experience Near Cartagena.
- San Basilio de Palenque: Discover this UNESCO World Heritage site known as the first free African town in the Americas.
- National Aviary: A Birdwatcher’s Paradise Near Cartagena.
- Islands Near Cartagena: Explore the Rosario Islands and Barú Island, both part of a beautiful archipelago.
- Tierra Bomba Island: A close getaway from Cartagena with beautiful beaches.
- Beaches around Cartagena: Enjoy Playa Blanca, Punta Arena, and many more.
Other Activities and Attractions outside Cartagena
- Rincón del Mar: A beautiful coastal town.
- Barranquilla: Known for its Carnaval, a UNESCO World Heritage tradition.
- Usiacurí: A town known for its craftwork and thermal waters.
- Galerazamba Salt Flats: Pink sea salt flats near Cartagena.
- Tolu and Coveñas: Popular beach towns with serene environments.
- Morrosquillo Gulf: A gulf with calm waters and beautiful beaches.
- San Jacinto: Known for its handmade hammocks and crafts.
- Magangué: A river town along the Magdalena River.
- Ciénaga de Pijiño: A scenic wetland area.
- Reserva Natural Sanguaré: A nature reserve with diverse ecosystems.
- San Bernardo Archipelago: A group of islands with unique flora and fauna.
- Montes de María: A mountainous region with great hiking opportunities.
- Sincelejo: Known for its vibrant culture and traditions.
- Magdalena River boat tours: Explore the largest river in Colombia.
- San Pedro Market: A bustling market in Sincelejo.
- Chalán: A town known for its traditional music.
- Mampuján: A historic village with a rich past.
- Isla Fuerte: A beautiful island with diverse ecosystems.
- Lorica: A town with colonial architecture and a vibrant market.
- Ayapel Swamp: A wetland area with unique flora and fauna.
- Coveñas Wharf: A picturesque wharf area.
- San Antero: Known for its mangroves and traditions.
- San Juan Nepomuceno: A town with a rich cultural heritage.
- Palmito: A serene town with a tranquil setting.
- Santiago de Tolú: A coastal town with beautiful beaches.
- Reserva Natural Los Colorados: A nature reserve with unique ecosystems.
- Ovejas: A town known for its traditions and festivals.
- Chinú: A town with a rich history and culture.
- Carmen de Bolívar: Known for its vibrant music scene.
- Zambrano: A riverside town with a tranquil setting.