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Best things to do in Aracataca

Discover the city according to locals. Find the best things to do, places to eat, and get priceless advice from the people who live here.

Natural Feature
“Lugar para apreciar Naturaleza de Sierra, con temperaturas que pueden variar entre 30 a 0 C grados.”
5 locals recommend
Natural Feature
“paseo por el bosque y el río sobre flotadores que te llevan a la desembocadura”
5 locals recommend
Trail
“Ciudad Pérdida is the archaeological site of an ancient city in Colombia's Sierra Nevada. Preguntarme detalles de lugares para alojarse o viajes.”
1 local recommends
History Museum
“ Colombia’s Nobel Laureate famously spent his formative years in Aracataca, near the city of Santa Marta, where his childhood home has been lovingly reconstructed. Visitors and fans of the writer’s master work, One Hundred Years of Solitude, can see Gabo’s childhood bedroom, the famously crowded dining room, the workshop where the Colonel made his little gold fish and seek shade under the tree in the garden.”
1 local recommends
Point of Interest
“La capital Arhuaca es un excelente lugar que te permite tener una conexión plena con la naturaleza, la montaña y una cultura ancestral llena de muchos saberes. Si buscas un plan de desconeccion de la ciudad, de la monotonía y el ruido, este es el mejor destino para conocer.”
1 local recommends
Locality
“Es un tour de 4-7 dias que incluye comida y lugares para dormir por caminos encontrados en la selva colombiana, guiado por anfitriones de comunidades nativas. Interesante Aventura, Lost City”
2 locals recommend
Point of Interest
Natural Feature
Administrative Area Level 2
“At the beginning of the XXth century, this was established as the heart of the United Fruit company interests in the country. The banana boom shaped local society in many ways and its consequences have had a lasting impact. The remains of Prado Sevilla, an Americana neighborhood built for the US workers of the UFC, attest to the scope and bravado of the northern empire. In One Hundred Years of Solitude, this place was called "el barrio de los gringos". Today this haunted houses stand as a monument to fallen empires and its consequences on the tropics. Real life immersive experience into the what is remembered as a golden age. ”
1 local recommends
Natural Feature
1 local recommends