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I am planning on spending 3 weeks in Colombia during the end of July/beginning of August. I will most likely only visit the Carribbean coast and go to: Cartagena, Santa Marta, Tanganga, and Parque Tayrona. I am curious to know what the weather was like there in August, as I have heard this is hurricane season and the rain and winds can be very strong. Due to the humidity, I am also wondering how bad the mosquitos are (specifically in Parque Tayrona). Did you take malaria pills while you were there? I wasn't planning on taking pills, but I am nervous about sleeping outside in a hammock during wet season, when the mosquitos may be really bad.

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    Hey Cyan, just to let you know that you don't need to take malaria pills at the coast. But try to use a mosquito net and follow some tips which you can read here: http://www.colombiafacil.com/en/faq/mosquitoes-in-colombia. Have fun on your trip, you are going to love it! about 7 years ago

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    Your trip is great. Those sites are wonderful.. But I have a few recommendations for you. 1. Careful with the street sellers because they'll offer you man things and a "taste" and then they'll ask you for a lot of money when u already eat or use the product. 2 in Cartagena you gotta visit Baru island, use a fast ship and enjoy. 3. Tayrona is amazing, but be careful with Mosquitos. You are not gonna die, but use medicine (vacuna) against malaria. about 7 years ago

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