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Tours in Rosario islands

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“boat ride”(118 reviews)
“day trip”(167 reviews)
“isla del sol”(50 reviews)
Eco tourism in Rosario Islands visit the dolphins and more, have fun in our beautiful beachs, enjoy diving, snorkel, dolphins and more with us
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Suggested duration: More than 3 hours
As featured in 3 Days in Cartagena
Carrera 3 N 5-104 Bocagrande, Cartagena 130002, Colombia
+57 300 3944848
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Most Helpful Positive Review
Reviewed February 20, 2011

No resort there, jsut the beach and a few huts with chairs and the incredible sea. You need to take the boat and be sure you pay ONLY for the trip, round trip, avoiding lunch. Go to the Estacion Fluvial and get to the windows...More

46  Thank Moro1960
Most Helpful Critical Review
Reviewed April 6, 2011

I used google, trip advisor, wikipedia, etc... to try to figure out how to get a good beach day in cartagena. I found the information sorely lacking. First and foremost, if you are looking for a "beach vacation" think different destination that Cartagena. The city...More

59  Thank worldtraveler303
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Reviewed 6 days ago via mobile

It's really fun, the water was beautiful and has the perfect temperature. It's a little chaotic to buy the ticket, so ask and find the best price and good luck finding your boat, be patient and move fast. The ticket included the food and the...More

Thank Sofia E
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

peaceful beautiful little place. Good to rest and kayak. A little uncomfortable to go into the water since the sand is full of cracked shells. Service is good, food is good. Recommend!

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Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

We did two beach day trips. Both islands are about one hour to get to. Be prepared for a bit of a rough ride- depending on the weather the day you go. Generally, the tours include a welcome drink, boat transport, reserved lounger, free paddle...More

Thank LeahM2077
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

The Rosario’s Islands are Betty, absolutely awesome! The water is just a dream! Please take note of the speed limit regulations, very important for the environment

Thank RGomezGodoy
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

To really take advantage of the Caribbean’s and the Colombia beaches you want to go to the islands . We did a day trip through a local company we bought in the middle of the square . It was about 60$ and they walked you...More

1  Thank stefaniekrizic
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

Terrible experience, crawled, dirty, full of sellers, constantly annoyed by scammers.. We should simply stop going to force them to stop abusing this gem and to learn about respect for tourist

1  Thank JaimeP567
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

My husband & I were not impressed with this tour... to be fair, we normally never book group guided tours, we prefer to sight-see ourselves but this was one of the only options to see the islands without spending over $600. Our pickup time was...More

Thank Leah C
Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

We booked our tour of the Rosario islands via Alex Rocha. My friends and I rented a small private boat that took us to about 3 of the islands where we hopped off the boat, hung out and eat on these islands. They are beautiful...More

1  Thank Sexidree
Reviewed 4 weeks ago via mobile

Took a boat about 45-50mins to get to the biggest of the Rosario Islands and it was well worth it. Sand was so soft and white and the water was warm. Great place to relax and do non-motorized sports like stand up paddle.

Thank Trinicz
Reviewed 4 weeks ago via mobile

We were so excited for this trip. After being picked up at our hotel by an older gentleman who spoke not a word of English, in an ordinary car that rattled as if it would fall apart, we were transported to the marina where we...More

2  Thank Bibi L
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Response from Maraduran | Reviewed this property |
Hi! We went to agua azul beach resort I hope you will find it, Have a great time
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June 5, 2018|
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Response from Bigguy728 | Reviewed this property |
I just took a cab to the port- mine was at dock 5. Otherwise you could have them pick you up at a nearby hotel- both of the Airbnbs I stayed at were right next to hotels.
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Response from Hanna F | Reviewed this property |
Dona Luisa was the boat