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Taganga, Colombia

Taganga Colombia

 

There is nothing

 

Taganga Beach

 

to do

 

Taganga Dog

 

in Taganga.

 

taganga boats

 

Really.

 

shopping taganga

 

There is nothing to do.

 

taganga christmas

 

Except

 

mary in a cage taganga

 

maybe

 

taganga streets

 

quench your thirst on juice as fresh as Justin Bieber, the vendor transforming your variety into a tropical flurry

 

taganga bay

 

climb the limestone cliffs monitored by thieves, gawking at views along the way

 

Taganga beach chairs

 

rest your tootsie for a while

 

taganga kayak

 

rent a kayak unaware of headwinds

 

taganga playa grande

 

sing Reggaeton with your rowing guide

 

taganga playa grande

 

snag a snorkel from the dive boat and peer into the crystal clear water

 

colombia arepa

 

treat yourself to a Colombian arepa: hot fluffy cornmeal pockets stuffed with oozing cheese, guacamole, and an over easy egg

 

hammocks taganga

 

lounge in hammocks overlooking the mountains

 

taganga

 

stare romantically

 

taganga boats

 

at the many

 

boats taganga

 

many

 

taganga boats

 

beautiful boats

 

taganga sunset

 

indulge in a decadent meal at a world class restaurant costing less than that soggy sandwich at JFK

 

taganga sunset

 

watch the massive firey sun set over the bay

 

taganga sunset

 

painting the sky one hundred shades of pink

 

taganga sunset

 

and smile

 

taganga sunset

 

because you don’t have anything to do tomorrow

 

taganga sunset

 

except be in Taganga.

 

Where to sleep:

Hotel Divanga Bread and Breakfast

 

Where to eat: 

Babaganoush
$13 for rosemary crostini with garlic shallot smear, pumpkin coconut soup, seared filet minon with potato gratin and dark raisin jus, and the moistest brownie you will ever eat topped with a dollop of vanilla ice cream.

Cafe Bonsai
$9 for homemade sourdough garlic bread, balsamic glazed beef skewers, tangy djion potato salad, and passionfruit dressed greens. Extensive tea selection, delicious baked goods and bread, and the best blended mojitos around.

 

What “to do”: 

Get your PADI for next to nothing
Take a trip out to Tayrona National Park
Spend the day tubing in Minca
Just be

 

 


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  1. I miss arepas like nothing else. I ate them everday in Venezuela.

  2. […] Then, in June last year I began traveling on my own. First in Costa Rica where I felt most comfortable. Then in Spain, Portugal, Morocco, Panama, and most recently Colombia. […]

  3. I love reading your blog.. especially when I am dreaming up my next trip on a night shift! Looking like Columbia and Venezuela in Feb 2015 :)
    Thank you for sharing your free spirit with us, it is inspiring!

  4. Thank you so much for sharing these nice pictures about taganga, Colombia