Beauty of Tyrone National Park

Tairona National Park stretches for 85 km, north of Taganga. This is a beautiful coast untouched by civilizations, where you can see monkeys, iguanas and snakes in their natural habitat.

The park covers 300 sq. km of the Caribbean Sea and 1200 sq. km of the coast, rising to a height of 975 m above sea level, so that from the highest points of the park there are magnificent views of the surrounding hills and wonderful beaches. The main purpose of those arriving here is to rest and swim in the wonderful azure waters. If you are in the mood, you can visit the archaeological excavations in Poblito and learn a lot of interesting things.

Tyrone Park is an ideal place to explore, it consists of tropical dry forest, coastal grassy prairies and many coral reefs, where underwater life abounds.

The fauna of the park contains about 300 species of birds and 108 species of mammals, 31 species of reptiles, 15 species of amphibians, 202 species of sponges, 110 species of corals, 471 species of crustaceans, 96 species of annelids, 700 species of mollusks and 401 species of marine and river fish. There are more than 350 species of algae and 770 species of plants in the flora. Tairona is one of the three national parks of the Colombian Caribbean region that have a coral relief in their territory.

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