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Necoclí is a city in the Andino region of Colombia.


For most travelers, Necoclí is only a necessary stop on the way from Panama into Colombia, taking a boat from Capurganá here.

Get in[edit]

From Capurganá boats go frequently to Necoclí for COP$60,000.

Get around[edit]


Volcán de Lodo
  • 1 Volcán de Lodo (cross some fields were cattle is grazing to the east of the town; there are no signs along the path and you must cross several gates -- there are few locals to ask along the way, so it is probably easiest if you bring a map.). A mud volcano with a several bubbling ponds of gray mud a short hike out of town. Free.

Don't go by yourself/on small group without local. A armed robbery has been declared on september 2017.







There is a free access point at the main park. You will also find an ATM there.

Go next[edit]

Buses leave every 30 minutes to Medellín from the early morning until 9PM (COP$70,000-75,000.) Instead of buying your ticket at the office for COP$70,000 you can also talk to the drivers and they might be able to pick you up a few blocks down the road and take you to Medellín for as little as COP$50,000.

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