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Rosario Islands Tour

Rosario Islands Tour

Highlights

– Day trip to the Rosario Islands from Cartagena – Relax on pristine beaches on remote islands – Go for a swim in the crystal-clear waters of the Caribbean – Explore the local aquarium and discover a large array of marine life – All entrance fees and round-trip hotel transportation included

Schedule

Departure point: Tour departs from most Cartagena hotel Departure time: 7:30am Please note: Later departures are also available, depending on the time of year and current availability. If you’re interested in booking this tour for a later time, simply contact our local operator once your booking is confirmed and they’ll do everything possible to accommodate you. Duration: 10 hours (approx.) Return details: Returns to original departure point

Description

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 the various islands and spend time relaxing on their beautiful beaches. Take in astonishing Caribbean views and go for a refreshing swim in the crystal-clear waters. Stop for lunch on the islands (own expense) and enjoy an authentic Colombian meal. Also included is a stop at the local aquarium, an impressive open-water display of aquatic wonders. Relax as you watch a dolphin show, play with sea rays, laugh at the seals’ playful performance, and admire the majestic sharks! Cruising back to Cartagena in the evening, witness a stunning sunset as you leave the beautiful Rosario Islands behind.

Additional Information

Inclusions: Day trip to the Rosario Islands Sightseeing cruise Bilingual English- and Spanish-speaking guide Hotel pickup and drop-off Exclusions: Gratuities (optional) Food and drinks Aquarium ticket.

 

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