No. Barlovento Cabaña and Maloka are located at the limit of the park on the other side of the Rio Piedras.
By private car $550.000, bus to Santa Marta $25.000 and then taxi to Barlovento $90.000, Marsol to Santa Marta and sometimes up to Barlovento (You have to check with them prices and availability).
Prices are in COP and are a rough idea.
By taxi $90.000 ($100.000 from the airport), by bus $5.000. Take the bus at El Mercado at Calle 11 Carrera 11. Take a bus in the direction to Palomino or Guachaca and tell the driver to stop at Barlovento just past KILOMETRO 33.
Ideally you should stay at least two days so you can spend one day, at least, at the property and one day at the park coming back in the evening to dine and sleep in Barlovento. You can also plan a trek to Pueblito, which would be another day or go to Riohacha and back, which would be another day and so on.
yes, free Wifi.
yes we have credit cards and also PayPal.
Staff does not stay at the guest houses. They leave at 7:30pm at the latest, right after dinner. Dinner is served for all at 6:30pm. Try to arrive on daylight. If arriving after 6:30pm please have dinner before arriving. If arriving after 7pm please let us know in advance to coordinate a car that knows our premises and will be able to show you to your room.
It is noon. Depending on availability we may be able to accommodate you on an earlier or late check-out time.
The park’s entrance at El Zaino is just 2.5km away. Through our staff you can try to arrange a moto taxi or a car. You can also take a bus or even walk.
The cabaña was built almost 40 years ago. It sits on a cliff in a place of unusual beauty with the ocean and the river at its feet. There are three rooms which are open to the ocean and share two airy bathrooms. The suite ( at a different rate) has a private bathroom and balcony. The Cabaña rather resembles a sail boat. It is austere although it lacks nothing.
The Maloka was recently build in 2013. It is located near Cabaña, on a hill overlooking the river, the ocean and the jungle. Rooms are spacious, with a queen size bed and private bathroom. Its interior design was conceived to transmit comfort and tranquility. Cabaña is not recommended for children, people with disabilities, and pregnant ladies.
No we don’t.