Lost City Trek 4 days - 3 nights

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Ciudad Perdida (Lost City) is the archaeological territory of an ancient Tayrona city located in the Sierra Nevada de Santa Marta whose construction is attributed to the year 800 A.D. many years before Machu Picchu. The Tayrona paradise is made up of a series of terraces dug into the mountainside formed by a network of tiled roads and small circular squares. Get to Ciudad Perdida is done by climbing some 1200 stone steps through the vast jungle of the region, an adventure that begins in the city of Santa Marta and forces you to cross kilometers of mountain between rivers and jungle, an unforgettable experience that will allow you to meet the natives of the area, have an experience amid nature and live an extreme journey between the mountain and the sea.

Itinerary Details

This is a typical itinerary for this product

Day 1 Santa Marta - El Mamey - Camp 1

Stop At: Santa Marta

Drive for 3 hours in a 4WD Van towards to El Mamey town.

Stop At: Sierra Nevada de Santa Marta

We gonna walk for 4hrs towards the Camp 1.

Day 2 Camp 1 - Mutanzi - Camp 3

Stop At: Sierra Nevada de Santa Marta

- We left the Camp 1 around 6:30 am. - We will walk for 2:30 hours to the native village Mutanzi. - Stop for observation, information, and photography. - We will walk for one hour to the Camp 2 for lunch. - We will have free time in the natural pool. - After lunch, we will walk for four hours until we reach the Camp 3 (El Paraíso).

Day 3 Camp 3 - Lost City - Camp 2

Stop At: Ciudad Perdida

We will take a tour of 4 hours to know the archaeological, ethnological and historical zone.

Duration: 4 hour

Stop At: Sierra Nevada de Santa Marta

• We'll go back to the Camp 3 for lunch. • We will take a 4-hour walk to the Camp 2.

Day 4 Camp 2 - El Mamey - Santa Marta

Stop At: Sierra Nevada de Santa Marta

• We left around 6:30am from Camp 2. • We will walk for 3hrs until the Camp 1.

Stop At: Santa Marta

We go back to Santa Marta in a 3hrs road in a 4x4 van.
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