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I stayed for a night at The Dreamer and it was fun. Having been travelling through Colombia I have to say that this is the only party hostel I've stayed at. It is a bit far from the centre of Santa Marta, but if you're...More
I honestly did not have to leave the premises or the 4 nights we were here (besides tayrona park) great place to chill during the day. Great pool. Food was pretty good also ! Fajitas were amazing ! Beer pong killer pool and so many...More
I loved this hostel. Staff for the most part are super friendly and always talking to you. Rooms are nice and spacious. The pool area is very social and great, i wish i could have stayed longer. They even let me leave my big bag...More
The place as such is great well organized and ok but I didn't like the location. You are on the coast don´t feel the sea.We staid only one night and keep going in search for another place closer the the beach. The staff is not...More
I only stayed one night, but I should’ve booked longer here. It’s a really fun place to just hang out. The food is good, but a bit pricey, and it’s super easy to meet people here. However they are not 420 friendly, but the park...More
It's not advisable to only do a half day trip. It takes approx 45 min to 1 hour from Dreamers to the main front gate of Tayrona, from there, you get a colectivo for another 15 mins to where you start the treks from. All the... More
It's not advisable to only do a half day trip. It takes approx 45 min to 1 hour from Dreamers to the main front gate of Tayrona, from there, you get a colectivo for another 15 mins to where you start the treks from. All the good beaches are at least 1 hour walk from where you get dropped. The lines at the front gate will take at least 20 mins and can be up to an hour depending on the time of year you're travelling so a half day trip would be impossible or not worth it.
My suggestion is to check out of the hostel and take an overnight bag. Go early in the morning and you will be at Cabo San Juan before lunch. This way you're pretty much guaranteed an hammock or one of the two private cabanas on the nicest beach in Colombia. The next morning you can trek out of the park back to the main gate and be back at the hostel by mid afternoon.