You can do it in 4, 5 or 6 days.
We will drive from Santa Marta at 8:00 am to Machete de Pelado and there, our ecology and adventure ecology, the north face of the Sierra Nevada in a 3-day ascent and a 2-day descent for its thick and humid jungle, visiting on the second day, the indigenous population of Mutanshi and on the third day we will walk from here to Ciudad Perdida. We will spend the nights in cabins with hammocks or mats and we will have the opportunity to bathe in waterfalls, in the Buritaca river and in the Pozo de la Juventud.
On the fourth day we will explore Ciudad Perdida, this beautiful town built by the Tayrona, has an elaborate structure of more than 250 terraces where they built their huts and ceremonial centers, during the year 660 AD and inhabited by about 3500 Indigenous people were abandoned between 1500 and 1600 AD The city has since been covered by the jungle until 1976 when it was rediscovered by Colombian archaeologists.
Multiple bridges and stone paths connect the different sites of Ciudad Perdida. It will be located at a height between 1000 and 1200 meters above sea level, we will have the opportunity, we will observe the snowy peaks of the mountain range along our exploration walk. On the fifth day you descend from Ciudad Perdida to Machete de Pelado and from here, by car to Santa Marta.
WHAT TO BRING:
We have a guide service in English for an additional price, please let us know if you need it.
Teyuna is a sacred place for the indigenous ethnic groups, remember to respect the past and the customs of the people: respect the privacy of the indigenous people and the peasants. Do not enter your houses or take pictures of them or their belongings without first asking permission.
Note that the climate of the area is temperate, humid and very rainy. With cold nights of 18 ° C to 22 ° C. Pack only the essentials.
The weight of the man is an important factor if the loading practices are used as the comfort during the walks, so it is preferable to carry little weight.
Make sure you are in good health. Return all the garbage to Santa Marta. Neither the park nor the area in general have a garbage collection service. Take care and respect what you find. Do not damage or mark natural or cultural assets.
In the park there is no mobile phone signal or communication equipment. Tell your family and friends that you can be converted with them once you return to Santa Marta.
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