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The Volcan de Lodo El Totumo

Douse in, a 50-foot pile of slippery earth, lukewarm pithy of molten mud.unearth the lore of the local priest and the devil itself.

Stroll along the alluring grandeur walls and streets of the eminent city of Cartagena which is located in the country’s Caribbean coast making it colonial Spain's most important port while today it is a land of loud colours and faithful charm. Cartegena is a perfect blend between ancient and modern which does seem incongruous at first but is a part of the city’s unique charm. The city in an absolute adobe of food and is home to some of the finest restaurants, roaving from bluecoat seafood to local delicious stews from bubbling pots on a makeshift fire. Revel in the city's unique and fascinating culture, dote on their ingenuity and simple love for music, dance and laughter.

Carmen Cartagena

Carmen emphasizes on devotion, love and attention. Its ambience is one of intimacy and elegance, it tenders to an amalgamation of contemporary food and rich Colombian flavours thereby creating an exquisite meal.

Highlights & Activities

Day 1

Spend a day exploring the must-see attractions, like the Convento de la Popa, and Castillo de San Felipe de Barajas. Walk the streets which are fenced with eateries and let your hair down as you sway to the melody of the musicians.

Day 2

Soothe yourself with the dirt of the earth relax and rejuvenate with a bath in the lagoon and a message after at The Volcan de Lodo El Totumo. Devour an incredible meal at Carmens and slumber into your beds soon after. Attend the international festival of music leave with your ears aching for more and heart wishing to stay in the magical city of Cartagena.

Classical Music Festival Of Cartagena

Experience music like never before at The hill of La Popa, the castle of San Felipe, the Adolfo Mejia Theatre, and the Gethsemane auditorium where renowned musicians and composers put forth and perform from all over the world