Is Tena Expensive?

Is Tena expensive to visit?

While Tena is a popular place for travelers, it is also somewhat affordable and less expensive to visit. The average daily cost is $51, which is one of the many reasons for its popularity with tourists. When compared to other destinations in South America, many visitors find it to be a moderately priced destination. It's in the top 50% of places in South America for its travel costs, and our cost analysis found it to be comparable to Cusco and Bogota.

How expensive is Tena?

The average cost of traveling to Tena can vary widely based on many factors, but our calculations based on previous travlers show that the average daily cost is $51 (U.S. Dollars). Your travel style, accommodation preferences, dining choices, and trip duration can alter your individual budget, as you can find a wide array of accommodation, food, and entertainment options available for your visit. Sticking to mid-range hotels, affordable restaurants, and public transit when available can keep your costs close to this calculated average. See more travel costs for Tena here.

How expensive is a weekend trip (three days) to Tena?

Based on our calculations from previous travelers, a weekend trip to Tena will cost around $153 per person. This amount includes sightseeing activities, hotels, restaurants, local transportation, and other travel expenses. For two people, a weekend trip would cost $306.

How expensive is a one week (7-day) trip to Tena?

On average, a one week trip to Tena costs about $357 per person. This is based on the previous expenses of actual travelers, and includes accommodation, food, activities, local transportation, and more. For two people, a one week trip costs $714.

Is it expensive to backpack in Tena?

Tena is often overlooked by backpackers, as there is a very limited selection of hostels. Because there aren't any hostels and few other amenities that cater to backpackers, prices might be higher than you'd expect. This is particularly true for solo travelers who many have to pay the full cost for a hotel room. To save money, look for budget hotels in convenient locations.

How expensive are sightseeing activities in Tena?

Activities and things to do in Tena can vary in price depending on the type of activity, length, and location. Below are a number of popular activities to give you an idea of what to expect when visiting. Generally, previous travelers have spent $15 per day on sightseeing activities and things to do when visiting, which is more than the country's average of $0.

    • Private Guided Tour to Piedra Colgada and Indian Face and Lagoon: $65
    • Private 2-hour Diving Experience with Instructor: $65
    • Enjoy a Coffee Tour & Santa Fe de Antioquia Colonial Town!!: $135
    • 4-Hour Private Walking Tour along Ruta de Las Flores: $42
    • Popayan and Silvia Town Private Tour from Cali: $240
    • Unique experience flying paragliding: $50
    • Tour 5 Rosario Islands: $94
    • Full Day Adventure Laguna Negra-Páramo de Ocetá from Mongua: $20

    Is food expensive in Tena?

    Food in Tena can vary in price depending on the restaurant and food options available. Generally, other travelers have spent $15 on food per person per day, which is more than the country's average of $0. To save money, eat at less expensive restaurants, try street food, or cook your own meals when possible.

    Is transportation expensive in Tena?

    Exploring local transportation in Tena shows that the price can vary greatly by the type of transportation used. On average, previous travelers have spent $17 per person per day, which is more than the country's average of $0. If you want to save money, use public transit as it's much cheaper than taxis or private drivers.

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    We've been gathering travel costs from tens of thousands of actual travelers since 2010, and we use the data to calculate average daily travel costs for destinations around the world. We also systematically analyze the prices of hotels, hostels, and tours from travel providers such as Kayak, HostelWorld, TourRadar, Viator, and others. This combination of expenses from actual travelers, combined with pricing data from major travel companies, gives us a uniqe insight into the overall cost of travel for thousands of cities in countries around the world. You can see more here: How it Works.



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