Corales del Rodario y de San Bernardo National Park
Coral Reefs, Mangrove Forests, Sea grass, Rocky Shores
This protected area has a breathtaking underwater world with 62 coral species, 199 sponge species, and more than 500 fish species. Furthermore, the National Park has reptile species and sea turtles.
The typical plant species are mangroves, sea grass and on land there is a dry forest where some plants loose their leaves during summertime (lack of water) in order to save energy.
There are many activities that can be done in the Park. Examples are: Bird watching, diving, snorkeling, sunbathing, kayaking and hiking. The National Park is prepared for ecotourists and sustainable accommodations are offered and visitors can also taste the local food of this beautiful region. There are alos possibilities for camping or sleeping in hammocks. Access via Cartagena (by road or waterways)