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Casa Letty, Colombia | Plan South America

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Casa Letty is a four-bedroom private villa located on Isla Baru. Just 45 minutes by car from Cartagena, Casa Letty is a fantastic place to relax away from the hustle and bustle of the city.

What we love about Casa Letty

  • The infinity pool and jacuzzi
  • The 70-metres of private beachfront
  • The location, within very easy reach of Cartagena
  • The food, all produced by Alejandro Ramirez, one of Cartagena’s most renowned chefs
  • The villa’s private speedboat
  • The impact on the environment is kept to a minimum with a solar panel system which fully powers the house, solar water heaters, a rainwater collection system, and refillable amenities

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What to do at Casa Letty?

Days at Casa Letty will be spent relaxing on the private beach or by the pool, kayaking, paddle boarding, scuba diving and exploring the Rosario Islands onboard the villa’s private speedboat. Take part in a yoga class, or enjoy an incredible massage. 

Have cooking classes with the villa’s chef, and learn how to make local dishes. Go fishing and bring home your catch to prepare some fresh ceviche with.

We also recommend a visit to the Baru Aviary, the second largest aviary in Latin America with over 2,000 birds.

Map & location

Casa Letty is located on Isla Baru (actually a peninsula, not an island), just a 45 minute drive from Cartagena. The villa can also be reached by boat from Cartagena, which takes approximately an hour and a half. 

Casa Letty is 20 minutes by boat from the Rosario Islands, which are a must visit.

When to Travel

Isla Baru can be visited year round. The weather is hot and humid and can rain at any point during the year. The best months to visit are between December and March, when rainfall is a minimum.

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