Maloka means house to many indigenous tribes in Colombia and South America. It consists of a large thatched roof with an ample dwelling space under it. The palm leaves, which make up the roof, provide shelter and a welcome coolness in the tropical climate.
Maloka has been built by local artisans with natural materials found in the Sierra Nevada and following ancestral architectural traditions. Rooms at Maloka are spacious, have private bathrooms and a nice corridor in which you can sit and admire either the river, the ocean or the jungle. It also has a charming and well appointed social area.
KM33.1 on the road to Riohacha. 1,800 mts past the yellow bridge over the RIO PIEDRAS which is just past the entrance to the Parque Tayrona.
If you need a taxi you can call Jimmy 314-501-2383 It should cost you about $110.000 COP from Santa Marta or $120.000 COP from the airport.
You can also take a bus at El Mercado (Calle 11 carrera 11) and tell them to drop you at Barlovento on Km33. Take a bus going to Guachaca.
Once inside the finca go all the way to the beach at the end of the road.