Bocas de Cenizas, Barranquilla

Categories: Geologic Formations, Nature & Parks
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2.9/5 based on 180 reviews on the web
Discover the meeting point of the Magdalena River and the Caribbean Sea at Bocas de Cenizas, the site of the country's most significant waterway. An artificial canal built in the 1930s harnesses the water's current and prevents sediment accumulation, while also allowing for ship traffic and supporting the lucrative port activity providing the city with most of its income. Along the river, you'll find plenty of fresh seafood restaurants helping make the city a major stop on most food-oriented itineraries. Choose to start, finish, or center your holiday on a trip to Bocas de Cenizas by using our Barranquilla vacation route planner.
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  • That lack of maintenance to track by where transited among the train that took us to the tip, today do not see the train and the track is finished.
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  • There is not much to do in Barranquilla, this is one of them if you lik eto walk and watch the sea. The plan is to walk through a long pier and look at the Magdalena river to your right and the Caribb...  read more »
  • TBR (must be read) before go. Visit mouths of ashes is a real adventure, literally speaking. The landscape is clearly worthwhile but must take into account the following recommendations 1. Do not go with children under 10 years old. 2. bring plenty of water. 3. wear repellent for mosquitoes. 4. the walk is long, very long. As 1.5 km until the end by a very rocky area. 5. at the end you can see dolphins, giant entering through the Magdalena, and natural beauty boats.
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