The Cartagena Cocktail Tour is a unique experience for saucy visitors who want to learn where to find the best cocktails and drinking dens in Cartagena and pick up a little more than history along the way.
Pummeled by famous pirates and home to the most stunning Spanish colonial architecture, the walled centre of UNESCO World Heritage-listed Cartagena de Indias is awash with remarkable history. Don't miss any of it.
Work your way through a host of watersport options on the city's most expansive stretch of sand, or simply chillax at this modern and luxurious beach resort resort, the perfect day getaway for the whole gang.
Embark on a two-hour tasty journey through the history of the humble coco bean before cooking and decorating a delicious chocolate selection with your very own bilingual Willy-Wonka to show you the ropes.
For adventurous souls who love the idea of swimming in a crater full of warm mud. Enjoy a relaxing mud massage and a hilarious experience swimming with the rest of your newfound friends on this fun shared tour to the north of Cartagena.
Designed for culture vultures wishing to probe deeper into Cartagena's rich artistic identity, this stimulating itinerary delves into Cartagena's art scene with an insider on hand to help pick the wheat from the chaff
Cruise the narrow streets of Cartagena by bike and enjoy the greenest, smartest and healthiest way to get to know Cartagena's historic old town. Our two-wheeled, cinematographic tour of the city includes special entry into some of the most.
A guided city tour to beat all city tours. This Is perfect for visitors who don't have much time in Cartagena but want to take in all the landmarks from the comfort of their own private car in the company of a certified bilingual guide
Welcome to Getsemaní, Cartagena's cultural quarter and the coolest 'hood in Colombia. Meet raucous, proud locals, enigmatic street vendors, bohemian artists and feel the warmth of the smiles that greet you on every street corner
Having the best restaurant in Medellin would be good enough for most restaurateurs but Rob Pevitts and his muse, Carmen Angel, couldn't resist the challenge of pulling off the same culinary feat in Cartagena.