The Islas del Rosario consist of 27 small coral islands, including some tiny islets located around 35km southwest of Cartagena. The islands are surrounded by coral reefs, where the color of the sea is an incredible combination of all shades of turquoise. The whole area has been declared a national park, the PNN Corales del Rosario y San Bernardo.
How to get to Islas del Rosario and what to do in this Colombian paradise?
Near the beautiful peninsula of Barú, there are the paradisiacal Islas del Rosario, a group of more or less 30 islands and cays that form the Natural National Park Corales del Rosario and San Bernardo, one of the hundreds of natural parks of which You can boast Colombia.
Traveling and visiting the Rosario Islands is a wonderful experience that makes you feel in another place on the planet. Its colors, its flavors and smells make this destination an unmissable place on the north coast of Colombia. So if you are passing through this beautiful region of Colombia, we invite you to visit Islas del Rosario and be surprised by its magic and charm.
How to get to Islas del Rosario?
The only way to get to Islas del Rosario is by sea, so you will have to take a boat to Islas del Rosario from the La Bodeguita dock in Cartagena de Indias.
What to do in Islas del Rosario?
A Islas del Rosario is going to rest and relax while enjoying the hot sun lying on the sand, listening to the breaking of the waves while enjoying a piña colada. That is the perfect plan in Islas del Rosario, however for those that this is not enough, in Rosario you can enjoy multiple water activities such as snorkeling, diving, jet skiing, jet skiing, etc.
Now, if your plan is to enjoy and relax to the fullest, your best option is to get off at some of the private beaches in Islas del Rosario, because these are not crowded and to get to them you just have to look for an organized tour or go by your own account renting a yacht.
For those who stay overnight in Islas del Rosario, the plan they can not stop doing is to go swimming at night with Bioluminescent Plankton; a type of algae that turn blue when they come in contact with water, creating an effect and a show like no other.
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