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Offering a year-round outdoor pool and terrace, La Casablanca is situated in Calabazo, 10 minutes from one of the entrances to the Parque Tayrona. Free private parking is available on site. Perfect location for Tayrona, amazing & very kind staff. Surrounded by beautiful nature and including lovely dogs and cats.. would definitely stay here again
Kantawa Spa Hotel by DOT Boutique, located in Calabazo, Santa Marta, only 3 km from the entrance of the Tayrona National Park, features an outdoor swimming pool, a spa, and a wellness centre offering... Harrisson!! He made our trip to Kantawa. Always smiling and ready to help even though we didnt speak spanish and he had very little english :-) the pool area is amazing, perfect after walking around Tayrona all day. The suite is really nice and the beds were super comfy!
Set in Calabazo, Hotel Madresierra offers accommodation with a restaurant, free private parking, a bar and a garden. Featuring family rooms, this property also provides guests with a terrace. This is an absolute hidden gem! We stayed as a group of 4 in two cabans and loved it so much we asked for another night! The staff are so incredibly welcoming, the food is exquisite, the rooms are beautiful and comfortable and the views are breath taking! I hope to bring our family here next year to share this beautiful hidden resort with them! Thank you for making our trip to Combia like a dream!
Located in Calabazo, 26 km from Santa Marta, Wachakyta Ecolodge provides a restaurant and free WiFi. Some units include a balcony and/or a terrace with river or garden views. we loved how remote the property was, a perfect little oasis away from the hustle and bustle. The food was delicious and the staff was very friendly and helpful.
Located just 5 km from Tayrona Park natural reserve, 7 km from the beach, Finca La Gordita features scenic views, an outdoor swimming pool, and a fully equipped common kitchen. Warm and welcoming owner of the farm, fruits from the garden and homemade meals
Very hard trek if you want a real hiking experience Calabazo entrance is as rough and rural as it gets. If you want an easier trek go thru Zaino. We don't regret going thru Calabazo even though we sweated like never before. Bring lots of water but try to pack light
Calabozo is a tiny town with a very busy main road that runs straight through it. A few small restaurants (that aren't open at night) there's no ATM either. We stayed purely to be close to the back entrance of the park which was budget friendly