Golfo de Morrosquillo — In the Colombian Caribbean

A journey that considers strategic ecosystems for the planet such as tropical dry forest, mangroves, natural savannahs and coral reefs.

5 days / starting at 1121 USD* / $4'259.000 COP*
*Minimum value per person for a group of 5 people
**We work with dynamic rates, this means that the cost will depend on the number of people and the dates of your trip

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Golfo de Morrosquillo
Reserva Natural San Guaré
© Andrés González

Retreat


The waves and the pristine Caribbean breeze bring about what we need in order to restore ourselves physically and spiritually.

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La sencillez de la naturaleza
Laguna de las Casiopeas, Golfo de Morrosquillo 2018
© Fotografía de Andréz González

The crystal clear waters and the landscapes of the Caribbean region have shaped a great deal of Colombia's biological diversity and cultural richness. In this place that will host us for 5 days, we will share the life and incredible stories of its inhabitants, mainly fishermen and traditional farmers, who have developed their culture and arts around the sea. Warm and jovial people will proudly show us their endeavors in favor of the biological and cultural conservation of the region.

We will explore a group of coral islands with marine lagoons inside, a perfect place for snorkeling and diving.

What will you find?

The Gulf of Morrosquillo and the San Bernardo Archipelago are located in the department of Córdoba on the Colombian Caribbean coast, two hours southwest of Cartagena.

Its weather is hot and dry with a refreshing breeze, and it harbors some of the last relics of tropical dry forest in the world. The waters are pristine and warm with mangrove forests and reef formations, home to a great diversity of multicolored fish. Temperatures range from 18 to 28 Cº.

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You will stay in a small, picturesque hotel with native architecture. The cabins are very comfortable, with most rooms right next to the sea. The hotel has a good swimming pool, and is surrounded by some of the world's remaining tropical dry forests.

Andrés González

Professional biologist who is passionate about marine mammals, botany and arthropods. Andres sailed for 5 years, researching and protecting marine mammals as a biologist for the International Tropical Tuna Commission (ITTAC), Over the past 32 years, Andres has climbed mountains above 22,200 feet and has performed deep-sea scuba diving down to 265 feet, while in freediving he has reached depths of over 100 feet; he has also spent over 75 days sailing the high seas.

In all our journeys you will be accompanied by a Shift Insider. Our Insiders are inspiring travelers and explorers whose love of nature, adventurous spirit, and profound knowledge of the flora, fauna, geology and culture of the places we visit, makes them belong to Shift. Meet our Insiders, who are able to reveal for you the very secrets of the places you visit.

Socio-economic Impact

Gulf of Morrosquillo

When you travel with us, you make a difference, as you encourage those who welcome you into their homes and communities to become more passionate each day about their role as hosts of Colombia's unfolding to the world.
Below you will find percentages detailing how your money will be invested:

CategoryDistribution
Food and lodging19%
Insiders3%
Local labor29%
Operation and administration17%
Sales and marketing14%
Contribution to a local cause2%
Fees and taxes17%

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