Did you know that the Tayrona National Park Colombia will prohibit the entry of travelers by dates? Being this natural park one of the most important destinations in the tourism sector of Santa Marta; we can affirm on the part of our Wiwa Tours travel agency that these closing events have a very important meaning of sustainability and renewal of the ecosystems found in this wonderful natural park.
Our older brothers, the four indigenous peoples of the Sierra Nevada de Santa Marta, the Kogui, the Wiwa, the Arhuacos and the Kankuamos at the head of their highest representatives (Cabildos – Indigenous Authorities – Mamos) consider that these dates are propitious for the Tayrona National Park Closed 2023 and fulfill their activities of sacred payment and thus heal these lands of mother earth within the entire territory that comprises the Tayrona Natural Park.
During these Dates, the entry of visitors to Tayrona National Park Closed 2023.
- From February 1 to February 15
- From June 1 to June 15
- From October 19 to November 2
Although many are not aware that our mother nature is somewhat impacted by the number of visitors who enter through the different access points to Tayrona Park, these massive tourist inflows deteriorate part of the terrestrial and marine ecosystems within the Natural Park.
For the sake of giving the Tayrona National Natural Park and to allow the restoration of the different ecosystems that make up the protected area, in one of the driest times of the year, The Natural Park will close its doors to the entrance of visitors during various times of the year.
Wiwa Tours Through its website and social networks, it informs all travelers who want to visit Tayrona Park that they arrive before or after closing, so that they do not plan trips and then waste time.
The following are the tourist destinations of the TAYRONA PARK COLOMBIA that will be closed to the public.
Palangana Sector: Gairaca, Neguanje and Playa Cristal.
Zaino Sector: Cañaveral, Arrecifes, Arenilla, La Piscina and Cabo San Juan.
Through social networks and with the HashTag #BreatheTayrona, citizens and foreigners who have visited the Tayrona Park can join this digital strategy of promoting with a message, taking care of the natural and cultural wealth of the Natural Park.