Colombia, a country rich in culture, landscapes, enigmatic places, biodiverse and with a richness in every place that you attend like no other country will make you feel at home, has a jewel in the Caribbean that everyone should know, worthy of cover photos , in the middle of the jungle, beautiful beaches and surrounding the northern part of the country, Colombia has one of the most famous routes in South America, where lovers of hiking, jungle and nature will fall madly in love, the route to the Lost City from the Sierra Nevada de Santa Marta in Colombia.
This beautiful paradise is guarded by the Tayrona Indians who, for hundreds of years, have given themselves over to the territory and have protected it so that tourists can enjoy beautiful beaches, as if they did not exist in this world, they are also the guardians and protectors of the area , for all hikers must keep in mind that going to this beautiful enclosure will take more or less between 4 or 5 days and it is not an option to make your own or free route, since they will be in an indigenous reserve and certain rules must be followed to be able to live and enter this jewel of the country.
The journey to the lost city includes the visualization of beautiful beaches, fauna, flora, crossing rivers, mountains and dazzle with the view of the Sierra Nevada of Santa Marta.
To enjoy and above all take advantage of your stay in this destination so desired, you must remember that staying in Santa Marta or Riohacha is feasible, but solve it before reaching the territory, it is possible that in the Paradise of the Caribbean you can rest with beautiful views of the sea and the aroma of the magic of the territory.
It is worth remembering those who want to know the treasures hidden on the other side of the Atlantic that the preservation of the Tayrona National Park and the Sierra Nevada de Santa Marta, is a responsibility of all who visit it.
Remember that the environment will enrich you a lot and we assure you that it will leave an indelible mark on your visit, you will connect with communities that you have never seen, and possibly, you want to stay in the most varied country in the world.
¡Welcome to Colombia!