Rosario Archipelago A one hour cruise from Cartagena, Rosario Islands National Park is popular for turquoise waters perfect for snorkeling and scuba diving. Made of 27 small coral islands, Rosario archipelago is part of the Colombia Natural Park Systems.
There is an impressive open water aquarium, where you’ll enjoy a dolphin show, sharks, giant turtles, and all kinds of tropical reef fauna.
Archipelago de San Bernardo
Inhabited mainly by fisherman, the San Bernardo Archipelago is made of small coral islands and is popular for a wide diversity of marine life and bird species. Palma Island is home to the Palma Island Ecological Park – Aquarium and offers the perfect opportunity to the marine fauna and regional bird species up close.
On the other hand, more than 800 people live in an area of less than one hectare in Ceizen and in Santa Cruz del Islote, the most densely populated island in the world. Múcura, which supplies the entire archipelago with water, has a handsome town known as Chapudún.
Lastly, the island of Tintipán with its corals offers practitioners of deep sea diving the opportunity to admire a large variety of fish and coral formations.