The Ciudad Perdida sits at the base of Pico Bolivar and Pico Colón within the Tayrona National Park, surrounded by exuberant vegetation which provides a habitat for a wide variety of bird species.

The city, a true feat of engineering, was built on a system of terraces connected by stone paths and supported by a canal circuit. The population ranged between 1,400 and 3,000 people, who lived in circular stone houses with thatched roofs on about 250 terraces. Today´s inhabitants, such as the Kogui, Arhuaca and Wiwa communities, are descendants of the Tayrona and continue to preserve their traditions.

Duration: 2 Hours approximately.

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