Taironaka is a nature-based tourist destination and ecolodge located 56.6 km from the city of Santa Marta, Colombia, close to the refreshing Don Diego river. Amidst lush vegetation, it offers its visitors experiences of rest, recreation, interaction with nature and learning, in an environment imbued with the archaeological remains of the pre-Columbian Tairona culture.
In a rural and magical accommodation you can enjoy an exciting journey through the terraces, the stone paths, the stairs and drains, admire their ingenious art, find an ax, a pottery and a museum that collects their historical past.
Nearby are places of interest such as Palomino, Quebrada Valencia, Buritacá and Tayrona Park.
Our rooms and bungalows have a privileged location in the middle of an old Tairona settlement where the good weather and relaxation stand out thanks to its natural environment. They are illuminated with clean energy from solar panels. Equipped with a private bathroom and ecological fans, they are spacious and feature rustic architecture and palm roofs inspired by indigenous constructions. They are protected by mesh or anjeo to avoid the arrival of insects.
You can relax and breathe the pure and fresh air of the Sierra Nevada de Santa Marta in this historical and sacred place with quiet nights and disconnected from the busy days in the city.
Our rooms have a rustic style inspired by indigenous Kogui architecture.
Taironaka is the legacy of Francisco Ospina Navia, visionary, entrepreneur and manager.