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Cartagena islands that you should know
Feb 03, 2017
The Caribbean's joy of life, colorful architecture and hot salsa beats are just some of the reasons to visit the most beautiful colonial city in Colombia. But that there is beyond what the limits of its beaches show us ?, we know some of the tourist islands that surround to Cartagena:

Rosario Islands

Crystalline waters and intact coral reefs surround the 28 small islands in the Caribbean Sea which are 90 minutes by boat from Cartagena.

San Bernardo Islands

The seven tropical islands in the south of Cartagena are full of underwater flora and fauna. They are located 1 hour and 40 minutes by boat from Cartagena.

Barú Island

This dream jewel in the Caribbean Sea lies between the Rosario and Cartagena islands. It is perfect for snorkeling and diving. It is 45 minutes by boat from Cartagena.

These are just three of the large number of islands that you can visit on our yachts, Do you want to know what the others are? We invite you to meet them in person, separating your holiday plan with us. To do so just contact us through the numbers that appear at the bottom of this page or by clicking here.

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