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Casa Navegante Aviatur $1,351

Casa Navegante Aviatur - Colombia

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Package Includes:
  • One night stay
  • Welcome cocktail
  • Accident insurance
  • Navegate through the mangroves
  • Snorkeling
  • 2 dives for certified divers 
  • Diving equipment

*Other packages available upon request

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  • Currencies
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    Colombian Peso. 1 Dollar = 1,780 Pesos

  • Food
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    Seafood lovers paradise, period.The Atlantic coast of Colombia has influences from the Middle East (lots of Lebanese and other Arabs settled here), Africa (slaves that the Spaniards brought), and the indigenous people. The proximity to the Atlantic ocean makes sea food a staple. It includes shrimp, lobster, crab and oysters. Fresh and salt water fish include snapper, Spanish mackerel, sea bass, mojarra, and bocachico, a small mouthed fish. The Atlantic region's most representative dishes are sancocho de bagre a soup made of this fish, viuda de pescado, fried bocachico, arroz con coco, cocadas, and bunuelos de maiz or corn fritters.I remember stopping alongside the road to "La Costa" or the Atlantic Coast for fresh fruit juices made of oranges, bananas, lemons, mangoes, guanabana, pineapple, watermelon, etc. Also having suero, a kind of sour yogurt you put on yucca, fried plantains or arepa.

  • How To Get There
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    Fly to Cartagena. 2 hour daily flights from Miami and Ft. Lauderdale.Transfer by car to Cholon (Via Mamonal) or a 35 minute water transfer through Cartagena Bay.

  • Language
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    Spanish and some English

  • Nearest Major City
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    Cartagena, Colombia's most popular tourist destination. The Walled City is a jewel of colonial architecture with great hotels, restaurants, bars and commerce.

  • Nightlife
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    Your on a boat. It's you, the ocean and the stars. Oh, and there's a bar!

  • Recommended Packing
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    Bathing suit, sunscreen, a good book.

  • See + Do
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    Scuba, snorkeling, aquarium, swimming. If you can, visit the Enchanted Lagoon in the Rosario Islands where you can swim in plankton rich waters that become fluorescent when the sea life or you move in it. Its amazing. Also buy fresh seafood from the local fishermen.

  • Time Zone
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    GMT -5 hours

  • visa and legal info
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    No visa required for US citizens.

  • Weather
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    There are no seasons in Colombia due to its location near the equator. Average high is 82F and low is 77F year round. Rainfall in this region varies from 12 to 975 mm per month.

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