Taganga is a small fishing village 5 kilometres north of Santa Marta at the Caribbean coast in Colombia.
From the Taganga Travel Guide
From spending nearly two months travelling around South America, I can honestly say that Casa Beula has been my favourite hostel I have stayed in. The mum and son who run this hostel are one of the friendliest people you could meet. They are both very welcoming and do their very best to make you feel like home. ... more
One of the cheapest hostel in Taganga, cool ambiance, kitchen, internet, facilities, camping... except that the staff will ask you 1000 COP / day / luggage... and sends a totally unfriendly guy from an agency as soon as you arrive, that always wants to sell its trips to "ciudad perdida". ... more
It is well located, away from Taganga night clubs, so it isn`t very noisy. it`s got spaces to hang out and enyoy the nice view. Had a problem with my reservation though: apparently they aren`t aware of every web site where reservations can be made, so they didnt now i was arriving. Luckily, there were plenty of rooms available. ... more
Venezuela, Colombia, Ecuador
The beaches in Cartagena are unremarkable but better ones are close by-look to Taganga-it's the old city that's the real attraction. ...
Colombia or Belize/Guatemala...?
'll want to see Taganga. More of the bohemian vibe there. Cartagena night life is mostly on Arsenal ...
Taganga is a little fishing village that is the gateway town to some major treks and National Parks in North East Colombia. We stayed here for a night before heading the following day to the Tayrona National Park. See the itinerary of this trip, and details about each destination. Our next ...
Posted in And we are off... by chuddfi
Well folks, Just a quick update. Firstly can I say it has been 40 degrees here over the last week. I am feeling rather hot. No shit Sherlock you are probably thinking but seriously, its bloody hot!! We have been hanging round the little village of Taganga which is a 15 min drive from ...
Posted in Another continent, another adventure.... by fifi-j