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First and foremost they are not helpful and only interested in making money. Clearly evidenced by charging cards before one even arrives and then not abiding by the cancellation policy set forth by Hostel.com and furthermore by double charging cards for cancellation.
Had no interest...More
Accidentally booked the wrong week at the hostel. A day later I tried to change this, with well over a weeks notice til the actual booking, they would not permit me to change and took the fee of 250k pesos.
This hostel is so much fun. The staff are so friendly and helpful, the rooms are spacious and clean, there are so many social activities and a comfortable bar that it’s very easy to meet new people as a solo traveler. Be warned - most...More
You walk through the door and feel like you're checking into a resort. The staff is extremely friendly and the facilities are outstanding. If you didn't want to leave the hostel grounds, you didn't need to. There a restaurant, bar, and pool on the premises....More
The girl who checked me in hugged me when I checked out and I almost did a mini cry! The staff here are amazing, very friendly and helpful they will also have a bit of banter and a laugh with you but always huge smiles....More
It's not advisable to only do a half day trip. It takes approx 45 min to 1 hour from Dreamers to the main front gate of Tayrona, from there, you get a colectivo for another 15 mins to where you start the treks from. All the... More
It's not advisable to only do a half day trip. It takes approx 45 min to 1 hour from Dreamers to the main front gate of Tayrona, from there, you get a colectivo for another 15 mins to where you start the treks from. All the good beaches are at least 1 hour walk from where you get dropped. The lines at the front gate will take at least 20 mins and can be up to an hour depending on the time of year you're travelling so a half day trip would be impossible or not worth it.
My suggestion is to check out of the hostel and take an overnight bag. Go early in the morning and you will be at Cabo San Juan before lunch. This way you're pretty much guaranteed an hammock or one of the two private cabanas on the nicest beach in Colombia. The next morning you can trek out of the park back to the main gate and be back at the hostel by mid afternoon.