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That was my mistake. Everyone, but everyone went to the beach on Sunday. We got a boat from El Loguito fairly early in the morning. It wasn't crowded then and we walked a short distance being told it would be quiet and not loud music....More
We went there for one day. The trip and also the island is disappointing. Save your time!
If you want to know why: We bought two one-day-tickets for each 55’000 Pesos which should include the boat, taxi-costs and also the food. At the end of...More
We visited Tierra Bomba with one of the boats starting in Playa Castillo Grande. The boat was yellow and the captain introduced himself as Mike. He charged us more than the recommended 15000$ but we agreed to pay it without much bargaining. He promised to...More
Cartagena Columbia - Our best surprise, clean, fun, Port, went to Teirra Bomba island, private excursion to a private beach bar location the Beach Bomba, we got to arranged pick up area, there was 8 of us, quick boat ride and great beach, water, beer,...More
We went to Bomba Beach yesterday as a party of 8 from Canada, Australia & California. We were part of a RCCL Panama Cruise with Cartegena as one of our stops. Our friend from Canada found this place before we set sail & we checked...More
Tierra Bomba is a beautiful island with amazing views are the Cartagena skyline. It may be best if you book directly with a beach club/hostel on the island if you are coming from Cartagena. There were many vendors trying to sell services where the boats...More
We went in a completely overprized boat,and had the crew following us around. They brought us food and chairs,that we thought was included. In the end we had to pay 160.000 pesos for two plates of food and sunbeds. The "guide" left us,and by pure...More
Tierra Bomba is an island few minutes away from the mainland in Cartagena. A small boat will take about 10 minutes and charge about 3-5 dollars to get there. There are a number of hotels in the island but it is also a place to...More
So sad, this could be a great spot but we were hustled by an "official" guide, Alberto, with a shiny front tooth. Charged us double, i.e. would not let us off the Island unless we paid to get back to Cartagena, hovered behind us, generally...More