Discover the impressive diversity of birds in Minca, a privileged destination for birdwatchers in Santa Marta.
This tour takes you through the lush landscapes of the Sierra Nevada, home to a wide variety of bird species. Accompanied by local guides, you will have the opportunity to observe and photograph exotic birds in their natural habitat.
Ideal for beginners and experienced birders, the tour offers an educational and exciting experience in one of the best birding locations in Colombia. Prepare to be amazed by the colors and songs of the birds in this unique natural environment.
To get to Minca, a small town in the Sierra Nevada mountains near Santa Marta, Colombia, you can follow several methods depending on your starting point. Here is a basic guide:
From Simon Bolivar International Airport (Santa Marta):
If you arrive by plane, you will land at the Simón Bolívar International Airport, located about 30 minutes from Santa Marta.
From the airport, you can take a cab or private transport service directly to Minca.
From Santa Marta:
If you are already in Santa Marta, you have several options to get to Minca:
Cab: You can take a cab from anywhere in Santa Marta. It is a convenient and direct option, but more expensive.
Public transportation: Minibuses or “colectivos” to Minca leave regularly from the “Mercado Público” in Santa Marta. They are an economical and popular choice among travelers.
Organized tours: Many travel agencies in Santa Marta offer tours to Minca that include round trip transportation.
From other cities in Colombia:
If you are traveling from another Colombian city, you must first arrive in Santa Marta, either by air or by land (bus).
Once in Santa Marta, follow the instructions above to get to Minca.