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Ecohabs, Tayrona National Park

About EcoHabs, Tayrona National Park

Perched up a hillside overlooking a wild and untamed beach, where turtles come to lay there eggs in May, you will find Ecohabs. Staged through the lush forest, at heights perfect for beautiful views over the Caribbean Ocean, huts based on the indigenous structures of the Tayrona Tribe provide accommodation. 

These wood and thatch structures provide a complete retreat from urban life, a sanctuary where you can completely relax.

EcoHabs Details

Style

The most exclusive accommodation in Tayrona National Park, private indigenous huts are provided for guests.

Setting

Scattered up the hillside opposite a very wild and long stretch of beach in Tayrona Nation Park. Please bear in mind the there is no swimming in the ocean here, but there is a beach nearby for water activities.

Accommodation & Facilities

Of the 14 wood and thatch huts, there are 3 smaller and 11 larger. The luxury huts are over 2 floors and have incredible views, as well as hot water for showers, hammocks, a mini bar and bath towels. On the top floor you will find your bed(s), a Plasma TV, comfy chairs and an electronic safe. There is a phone service which connects you to the reception and the ‘Canaveral’ restaurant if you need to, otherwise you accommodation is completely private.

The huts are in the Canaveral section, however are other accommodation options here such as camping, hammocks (where you can either rent or bring your own hammock to sleep in and lock your possessions away) and cabins in the ‘Arrecifes’ sector. The ‘Arrecifes’ sector is about a 45 minute walk from the ‘Canaveral’ sector.

The spa is close to the huts and has 2 qualified beauty specialists providing a variety of treatments. There is also a hanging bed and Jacuzzi on the beach for use of guests of the huts.

There are 2 restaurants in two separate sectors, as well as both indoor and outdoor spa facilities.

Dining

The restaurants in the ‘Canaveral’ and ‘Arrecifes’ sectors serve regional and international cuisine.

Activities

Swimming in the ocean here is prohibited, however you can snorkel and swim at the next beach where you will find chairs, umbrellas and beach service. Tours can be organised to Pueblito, where you will trek stone paths and beaches to see this incredible archaeological site. Follow Nueve Piedras Path to visit the Chairama Archaeological Museum and the summit of indigenous prayer. You can also visit the nudist beach at Cabo San Juan. Please bear in mind that guides may be Spanish speaking.

Child Policy

Children welcome

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