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Bahia Concha
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Concha Bay is a picturesque setting not to be missed, especially away from the sellers and busy bars and restaurants.

It is the perfect place to relax and enjoy one of the most spectacular national parks in Colombia. Here at Bahia Concha, the sea is extremely calm so everyone can relax here.

The Concha Bay Tour allows you to visit a beautiful bay in Tayrona Park, just 20 minutes from The Dreamer Hostel Santa Marta.

 
Location
Santa Marta
Map
Daytrip
Meal
Snacks Included
 
 
 
 

What to pack?

Tennis Shoes
Tennis shoes (1) pair for arriving
Sandals
Sandals
T-shirt
Cotton T-shirt
Shorts
Shorts
Bathing Suit
Bathing Suit
Bottle
Bottle of water 1 liter
Personal Medicine
Personal Medicine
Camera
Camera

Frequently Asked Questions

What's the best way to visit Bahia Concha?

The trek is not considered dangerous. Colombia’s safety conditions have improved within the last couple of years and visitors should not worry about danger while visiting Colombia or hiking to the Lost City. Just like along any trail, hikers are encouraged to wear closed-toed shoes and watch where they are walking to avoid accidents or injuries along the trail.

What is available to eat on the beach?

No, visitors cannot hike to the Lost City alone. Every group or person must be accompanied by a local guide. This is a government regulation to ensure hikers don’t get lost along the trail. This rule is also to help ensure hikers do not disturb the indigenous people who live in the area or the delicate ecosystems of the Sierra Nevada of Santa Marta.

Is there an ATM?

Expect the weather to be extremely humid in the daytime. The average high temperatures hover between 70 and 75 degrees Fahrenheit (21 to 23 degrees Celsius) throughout the year. The nighttime cools down a bit with temperatures ranging between 57 and 62 degrees Fahrenheit (13 to 16.5 degrees Celsius) throughout the year. December through March generally has less rain, but you should still expect afternoon showers throughout the year.

When does the beach close?

It can take anywhere from 4 to 6 days from the start of the trail (called El Mamey) to reach the Lost City, then return to the starting point. For visitors who want to hike at a slower pace and enjoy the scenery, choose the 5-day option. If you are short on time or want to spend a day exploring a different part of Colombia, expect to walk faster and farther during each leg of the trip.

How often does Dreamer organize trips?

It’s always best to know a couple of Spanish words while visiting Colombia, but you do not need to know Spanish to enjoy a Lost City Trek. Your tour guide will speak English and Spanish and assist travelers if translation is needed. For information on Lost City treks led in other languages besides English and Spanish, email gerencia@thedreamer.co.

Where can I store my bags?

You can take a Lost City trek any time of the year except September, but consider going during the drier months between December and March. May and October usually see the most rain, making it a bit more challenging to hike because of the mud and downpours. No one is permitted to do the Lost City Trek in the month of September because this is the time local indigenous people take care of the area as part of sacred tradition.

 
 

 

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