Lost City Trek 4 Days
Teyuna spent nearly 400 years under a layer of mud and vegetation until it was discovered in the 1970s. The wonder of the Lost City is not just seeing it, but trekking to it. It’s a spectacular adventure filled with breathtaking sunrises, waterfalls, panoramic views, and encounters with native indigenous communities. See more on Instagram – Lost City Trek
Day 1: Destination – Mamey Village
The 4-day Lost City Trek starts from Turcol’s headquarters in Santa Marta, departing at 9:00 AM towards the town of El Mamey. After lunch, the trek begins towards Adán’s hut, with an approximate duration of 3 hours and a distance of 7.6 kilometers. The cabin offers recreation and cultural integration, followed by meals and accommodation.
Day 2: Cabin – Destination Paradise
We depart from Adán’s cabin to Paradise cabin, the closest one to the Lost City, in a 14.7-kilometer trek that will take approximately 8 hours. During the excursion, you will visit the indigenous village of MUTANYI, where you can take photos and interact with the local population. Additionally, enjoy the fabulous waters of the BURITACA river. Dinner will be served at 6:00 PM. Sleeping arrangements for this day will be beds or hammocks with mosquito nets.
Day 3: Destination – Lost City
The departure starts from Paradise cabin towards the Lost City. The guide will explain the history during the trek, and photography is allowed for a duration of 3 hours. From the Lost City, we will return to Mumake cabin in a 7.6-kilometer trek, taking approximately 4 hours, where recreational activities, meals, and lodging will be provided.
Day 4: Destination – Santa Marta
The departure will be from Mumake cabin to El Mamey village in an approximately 15.6-kilometer trek. The estimated time is 6 hours on foot, then a lunch break will be taken before finally returning from El Mamey to the city of Santa Marta.