Juanchaco beaches, Brickmakers and bar, are a paradise destination and perfect for camping on the beach with the best sunsets in the country. Some of the recommended activities available are: Whale watching in season (July-August), mangrove walks, visiting natural pools in fresh and sea water, springs, the best food! And much more!
For me the best place to camp in the park, although a little expensive, it costs about $10 to sleep in the hammock or a rented tent. However, it makes up for everything with the views and with the pleasure of getting up in the morning and getting in the sea, which in Reef is impossible. It also has a restaurant, a sort of pantry, bathrooms very very basic and cold showers which are shared by everyone, no curtains, so you have to bathe without but some people can't. We decided to sleep in hammocks, which has its pros and cons, as they are above a huge rock on the sea, the view is simply amazing at night and you feel the sea crashing on the rocks under a starry sky: it's is sublime . However, better not to need to to the bathroom at night, as you have to go down the big rock in total darkness and across the entire beach (bring aflashlight). In addition, you die of cold as the wind was very very strong over the sea (wear a coat). But totally worth it. Everyone was very cool in thisplace, we left our backpacks all day with most of our stuff on deck and no one touched anything. I think if we had stayed more than one night we would certainly spend a night or two up and the other in the camp below.
This place gave me a kind peace I had never experienced even though I've been to several sheltered forests but this place has a unique charm. Its people are also friendly and hospitable. The need to be in good shape for the in order to get to the lagoons that in the early morning they are grandly calm. You have to be careful around them as some of them are aquifers for the country's drinking water.
Tota Lake is 3015 metres above sea level. You can camp on the banks of the lake. About 15 km from this place is the small town that gives the lake its name. The photo is of a place between the lake and the village. The first two photographs were taken walking to the lake with the strong light of sunset. The last is from an evening walk after a cold clear night.
El Cabo San Juan del Guia has a camping area situated on a spectacular corner. Surrounded by palm trees and framed by the lush hills of Tayrona, the campsite overlooks the beach, one of the most precious of the Park. The site is a popular, and the favorite of backpackers. The atmosphere is festive, ideal for young people. The campsite also has a simple restaurant with two hammocks, one of which is espectacualr, as it is located at the highest place on the sea.
If you like peace and quiet, the [poi = 126245] Reef beach [/ poi] is one of the best campsites in[poi = 12123] Tayrona [/ poi], especially during the low season. The camping area is right on the beach between some palm groves. The site has 4 toilets and showers for men and 4 for women. Reef beach also has around 60 hammocks. You can bring your own or rent one once you arrive.
This comment is regarding a camping Area on the shores of Lake Tota. There are places to stay, River boats to the Islands with landing, boat oars, Sportfishing, Spiritual Retreats, Restaurant, and places to look for UFOs.
This area has a wall and some boulders to make an area for a campfire, overlooking the reservoir, the village and the moor. Activities include hiking, horseback riding, water sports and climbing courses, among other things. Lunch and breakfast are offered at a good price