The San Bernardo islands are an archipelago consisting of 10 islands south of Cartagena
This tiny village was the first free slave settlement in the Americas
Cartagena is blessed to be surrounded by a healthy coral reef and a series of islands with rich marine biodiversity.
In a city like Cartagena, it is almost mandatory that you spend at least part of your time on the water.
After spending a few days wandering in and out of the galleries, museums and boutiques of the old walled city and Getsemani, you may feel your creative juices start to flow.
Cartagena is a magical place where you can watch remarkable sunsets over the water.
Castles & Monuments
An evening walk along Cartagena's walls is one of the most popular things to do in Cartagena.
Cartagena Castle, otherwise known as the Castillo San Felipe de Barajas, is one of Cartagena's most popular tourist attractions.
Destination weddings have become more and more popular recently and it is no surprise why.
Cartagena is well-known for its nightlife and for its lovely location right on the Caribbean Sea.
Santa Marta is a charming colonial city with a pedestrian zone which comes alive in the evenings as the whole city seems to come out for a night of dinner and drinks.
Horses have long been part of Latin American history and horses and were an important part of the Spanish development of the region.
Historic Old Walled City
Throughout Latin America, you can find stunning churches built during the Spanish colonial period.