Discover the rich artisan tradition of Santa Marta on this exclusive tour of the bay. Explore the colorful local stalls where expert artisans display their work such as clay handicrafts, hammocks, necklaces, hats, ethnic hats, backpacks, purses, stone figures, clothing and accessories.
This tour not only offers you the opportunity to buy unique souvenirs, but also to learn about the techniques and history behind each piece.
Interact with artisans, participate in workshops and immerse yourself in the vibrant local culture. This experience gives you a unique perspective of life and art in Santa Marta.
If you are traveling internationally or from another city in Colombia, the Simón Bolívar International Airport is your best option. It is about 30 minutes drive from Santa Marta.
Once at the airport, you can take a cab, a private transfer service, or a bus to get to Santa Marta Bay.
From other cities in Colombia, such as Bogotá, Medellín or Cartagena, you can take an intermunicipal bus to Santa Marta. The Santa Marta Transportation Terminal is the main arrival point.
After arriving at the bus terminal, you can take a cab or city bus to reach the Bay.
Always remember to check local travel conditions, such as weather and safety recommendations, before setting out on your trip.