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Lost City

The beginning of the occupation of Ciudad Perdida – or Teyuna, in the Indian language may be located about 2,000 years ago, when it began to populate the Sierra Nevada de Santa Marta. About 1,000 years ago, some of these settlements grew in size and architectural complexity, and formed, as Teyuna, a regional center. In the park over 200 stone structures such as roads, stairs, canals, houses, storage areas, plazas and ceremonial buildings are appreciated. Teyuna was inhabited for several centuries before the arrival of the Spaniards, until about 400 years ago when the Tayrona abandoned due to pressure from the Europeans.

PRICE:
$ 700.000 Colombian Pesos.
TOUR 4 DAYS 

DAY 1:
SANTA MARTA-EL MAMEY CABIN 1 From Santa Marta leaving at 09:00 am in 4X4 vehicle 4 (Jeep) to the region of Mamey (2 ½ hour drive) from the village of Machete walk starts rising in finding the mark left by the Tayrona, builders Teyuna. We arrived at a farm settlers, place prepared with hammocks to spend the night. We can see a refreshing swim and relax on some natural wells or waterfalls around the cabin.

DAY 2: CABIN 1 – COTTAGE INDIGENOUS 2 We got up early, eating breakfast and then start the trek to descend to Buritaca River Valley, finding some indigenous homes that make a small town known as Mutanshi (Kogi Indian Pueblo). This is still the longest day of the tour, as we walk about 7 hours in the day to reach the indigenous hut No. 2 would

It is the third and last station before reaching the Lost City.

DAY 3: CITY TOUR LOST CITY – INDIAN COTTAGE 2 day began climbing a staircase in stone of over 1200 steps to reach Teyuna the Lost City of the Tayrona, sacred territory for the Indians, knowing archaeological sites and general Tayrona work performed. The guide will provide information that will learn the history of this wonderful place. We take food and set off back toward the cabin Indian territory, staying in place.

DAY 4:  INDIAN COTTAGE -CAMP- FINAL POINT (EL MAMEY) breakfast at 6:30 am taking the 7:00 a.m. way back, passing through the cabin near Mutanshi and continuing the journey to the end point Mamey walk that is where we will have lunch and transportation that will take us to Santa Marta, arriving in the city between 4 and 5 pm, pleased to have visited a place full of Biodiversity, archeology and alive culture.

 
 TOUR 5 DAYS

DAY 1: SANTA MARTA-EL MAMEY-COTTAGE 1From Santa Marta leaving at 09:00 am on 4 x 4 vehicle (Jeep) to the region of Mamey (2 ½ hour drive) from the path of the walk starts Machete rising in finding the mark left by the Tayrona, builders Teyuna. We arrived at a farm settlers, place prepared with hammocks to spend the night. We can take a refreshing bath and relax in some natural wells or waterfalls Around the hut.

DAY 2: CABIN 1 – INDIAN COTTAGE 1 We got up early, eating breakfast and then start to walk down into the valley of the river Buritaca, finding some indigenous homes that make a small town known as Mutanshi (Kogi Indian Pueblo). We continue the walk for 4 hours Approximately toward the cabin where we spend the night accommodated in
Hammocks with mosquito nets.

DAY 3: INDIAN COTTAGE 1 – INDIAN COTTAGE
2 began the tour 4 1/2 hours, taking breaks, indigenous trails in the Sierra Nevada de Santa Marta Natural Park, passing through some areas where are traces left by The ancient inhabitants of the region Buritaca crossing the river to get to the second Indian hut where we spend the third night.

DAY 4: CITY TOUR loss-INDIAN COTTAGE 2 day began climbing a staircase in stone of over 1200 steps to reach Teyuna the Lost City of the Tayrona, sacred territory for the Indians, knowing archaeological sites and general Tayrona work performed. The guide will provide information that will learn the history of this wonderful Location. We take food and set off back toward the cabin in Indian country, staying in place.

DAY 5: INDIAN COTTAGE-CAMP 1 -EL MAMEY- SANTA MARTA: breakfast at 6:30 am taking the 7:00 a.m. way back, passing through the cabin near Mutanshi and continuing the journey to the end point Mamey walk that is where we will have lunch and transportation that will take us to Santa Marta, arriving in the city between 4 and 5 pm, pleased to have visited a place Full of Biodiversity, Archaeology and alive culture.

6 DAYS TOUR

DAY 1: SANTA MARTA-EL MAMEY- CABIN 1 From Santa Marta leaving at 09:00 am on 4 x 4 vehicle (Jeep) to the region of Mamey (2 ½ hour drive) from the village of Machete starts the Walk on the rise in finding the mark left by the Tayrona, builders Teyuna. We arrived at a farm settlers prepared place Hammocks for the night. We can give a refreshing swim and relax on some natural wells or waterfalls around the cabin.

DAY 2: CABIN 1 – INDIAN COTTAGE 1 We got up early, eating breakfast and then start to walk down into the valley of the river Buritaca, finding some indigenous homes that make a small town known as Mutanshi (Kogi Indian Pueblo). We continue the walk for 4 hours to the hut where we will spend the night in hammocks with mosquito nets.

DAY 3: INDIAN COTTAGE 1 – INDIAN COTTAGE 2

We started the tour about 4 1/2 hours, taking breaks, indigenous trails in the Natural Park Sierra Nevada de Santa Marta, passing through some areas where traces left by the ancient inhabitants of the region are crossing the river to get Buritaca the second Indian cottage where we spend the third night

DAY 4: CITY TOUR LOST CITY-INDIAN COTTAGE 2 day began climbing a staircase in stone of over 1200 steps to reach Teyuna the Lost City of the Tayrona, sacred territory for the Indians, knowing archaeological sites and general Tayrona work performed. The guide will provide information that will learn the history of this Wonderful place. We take food and set off back toward the cabin Indian territory, staying in place.

Day 5 – INDIAN COTTAGE – CAMP 1
Breakfast at 6:30 a.m. taking way to 7:00 a.m. back, and enjoyed lunch at the cabin near Mutanshi continuing the journey to camp 1, where we will rest tonight.

DAY 6: CABIN 1 – EL MAMEY – SANTA MARTA (OPTIONAL) started the 3 hour return to the mamey, where we will have lunch and transportation that will take us to Santa Marta, arriving in the city between 4 and 5 pm , pleased to have visited a place full of Biodiversity, Archaeology and Culture viva.

INCLUDE:
-Transportation going and back to Santa Marta.
-Full food, fruits and snacks.
-Accommodation and sleeping in hammocks with mosquito nets (mosquito net).
-Experts Guides in the region.
-Helpers or carrying suppliers, mules.
-Input Ticket (ICANH)
-Contributed Communities (Indigenous and Peasant)
-Surely health care
 

Hotels
-Peasant and indigenous Cottages along the route
Recommendations
Teyuna is a sacred place for indigenous groups, remember to respect the past and the customs of the peoples, respect the privacy of indigenous and peasants. Do not enter their homes and take photographs of themselves or their possessions without first asking permission. Note that the local climate is temperate, humid and rainy. With cold nights of 18 ° C to 22 ° C. Pack only the essentials. The weight of the backpack is an important factor whether mules are used as for comfort during walks, so it is preferable to carry little weight. Make sure you are in good health. Return all trash to Santa Marta. Neither the park nor the general area have garbage collection service.

Care and respect what you find. Do not damage or mark the natural and cultural property. In the park there is no mobile phone signal or communication equipment. Tell family and friends that only you can communicate with them once again to Santa Marta.  

 
WHAT TO BRING:
-Small Bag, or medium briefcase.
-Use Hiking shoes and sandals.
-Bring Grooming Tools.
-Bags Sleeping (optional), we offer blanket.
-Two plastic bags.
-Personal Medicines.
-Short cotton shorts and shirts.
-Swimsuit.
-Socks.
-Mosquitoes Insect (stay Off).
-Large water-bottle for the first day.
-Camera.
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