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Lost City Hike Colombia

The Lost City Colombia
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Duration

4 days

Tour Type

Daily Tour

Group Size

10 people

Languages

English, Espanol

Overview

The Walk to the Lost City of Colombia is a walking tour through the jungle and mountains of the Sierra Nevada de Santa Marta. You will be accompanied by indigenous guides at all times.
During this hiking adventure to the Lost City, you will enjoy a unique and fascinating experience. You will be part of a group of travelers made up of people from all over the world on a 4-day ancestral journey through natural trails full of vegetation until you reach the archaeological ruins of Ciudad Perdida.

HIGHLIGHTS

  • Get to know the most beautiful natural settings in Colombia.
  • Unique experiences during the Tour to the Lost City.
  • Book the Best Trekking in South America.
  • Discover the Lost City of Colombia with Indigenous Guides.
  • Explore the magic of the Sierra Nevada de Santa Marta.

Itinerary

Day 1: Start of the Excursion - Santa Marta - El Mamey - Vista Hermosa Cabin
Day 1: Start of the Excursion - Santa Marta - El Mamey - Vista Hermosa Cabin

The Lost City Tour departs from Santa Marta at approximately 8:30 am. The truck or van drives the group of hikers to Mamey, the starting point of the trek, where they have lunch and then begin the trek.

The Trek of the day consists of approximately 7.6 km, until reaching the first camp (Vista Hermosa - 450 masl), during the journey you will observe beautiful landscapes.

In Vista Hermosa you will rest from the first day of hiking, which is not so demanding. We recommend that you carefully receive instructions from the native guide. You will spend the first night in this camp.
After a long day of hiking, Vista Hermosa is the chosen camp to rest and spend the night. We recommend that you pay close attention to the instructions of the indigenous guide, who will inform you about the itinerary for the next day.

Day 2: Indigenous Territories | Beautiful View - Wiwa Cabin - Lorenzo Pass
Day 2: Indigenous Territories | Beautiful View - Wiwa Cabin - Lorenzo Pass

Early in the morning, hikers have breakfast and receive instructions from the guide to begin a long and demanding hike of 14.7 km (approximately 10 hours), from the Vista Hermosa Cabin to the Paso Lorenzo Cabin.
This indigenous camp is located at a height of 830 meters. Here we will stay in this cabin, which is close to the Lost City (Teyuna), the sacred city for the indigenous communities of the Sierra Nevada de Santa Marta.
On our tour we will pass close to the Kogui - Mutanzhi indigenous community, here you can appreciate the harmony that indigenous peoples have with nature and mother earth.
At the camp, you can relax and if the guide allows it, you can take a refreshing swim in the Buritaca River. At night the indigenous guide will talk about the lost city of Teyuna and its sacred meaning for the native peoples of the Sierra Nevada.

Day 3: Discovering the Lost City | Paso Lorenzo - Lost City - Wiwa Cabin
Day 3: Discovering the Lost City | Paso Lorenzo - Lost City - Wiwa Cabin

The long-awaited day has come when you discover the Lost City of Tayrona, a day when you will feel fulfilled when you achieve your goal. Get to the top and see why this place is so special.
First thing in the morning, indigenous tour guides lead a 2-kilometer trek from Paso Lorenzo to the Ciudad Perdida Teyuna, climbing more than 1,200 stone steps built by the Tayronas.
Teyuna is an archaeological site located at 1200 meters above sea level. Here, the indigenous guide carries out spiritual activities with the group and later leads a tour of more than 3 hours in which the tourists observe the Tayrona architecture and take photographs of the landscape.
Around 11:00 AM, we return to Paso Lorenzo camp for lunch and immediately pack our bags and begin the 9.6 km (5 hour) trek back to Wiwa camp, where you will spend the night.

Day 4: Return to Santa Marta | Wiwa Cabin - El Mamey - Santa Marta
Day 4: Return to Santa Marta | Wiwa Cabin - El Mamey - Santa Marta

First thing in the morning, they get up and continue their 12.7 km journey back to the starting point. It takes about an hour to get back to the starting point. Along the way down, you'll find photo-worthy spots, rivers for a quick dip, and views missed on the way up. This trip is a fascinating experience that will definitely mark your life forever.

Included/Excluded

  • Transportation.
  • Indigenous Guide.
  • Feeding.
  • Snacks and Fruits.
  • Lodging in Hammocks or Beds.
  • Entrance to the Teyuna Archaeological Park.
  • Souvenirs or Crafts.
  • Breakfast on the first day of the tour.
  • Alcoholic beverages.
  • Mule Transportation Service.
  • Trekking sticks.
  • Services not specified in the tour.

Tour's Location

The Lost City Colombia

FAQs

How to get to the Lost City of Colombia?
The Trek to Ciudad Perdida is in part a journey through peasant territories and territories of native indigenous communities of the Sierra Nevada de Santa Marta. If you want more information, you can visit the following link -> How to get to Lost City

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