Embark on a captivating journey as you delve into the ever-growing allure of Lost City Teyuna, an archaeological gem that beckons explorers from across the globe. Renowned as one of the premier adventures in Colombia and South America, this 4-day, 3-night expedition immerses you in the heart of the highest mountain in Colombia, where nights are spent beneath the lush canopy of the dense jungle.
Originating in the 1970s, this adventure has evolved over the years, steadily gaining popularity among avid travelers. While it may not share the same global recognition as Peru’s Machu Picchu, Ciudad Perdida Teyuna boasts a richer history, dating back a staggering 600 years earlier. A distinctive feature of this expedition is the requirement for foot exploration, with no access granted to carts or horses.
The popularity of the Lost City is increasing
Discover the growing appeal of Ciudad Perdida Teyuna, an archaeological enclave that attracts travelers from all over the world. The same travelers classify it as one of the best adventures in Colombia and South America. It is a trip of 4 days and 3 nights where you will spend the nights in the camps under the dense jungle of the highest mountain in Colombia. This adventure began in the 70s and is currently increasing in number of travelers. Perhaps it is not as famous as Machu Picchu in Peru, but in fact it is older, 600 years older to be precise, although yes, you have to explore on foot since there is no access to carts or horses. If you have to walk, about 8 to 10 hours a day, which makes it one of the best adventures in Colombia.
Future Perspectives and Preservation
Analyzes how local and national authorities are working to balance tourism demand with the long-term preservation of Ciudad Perdida. On the route to Ciudad Perdida there are farmers and indigenous populations, so it is important to continue with the conservation of local communities, the ecosystem and archaeological ruins. When you visit us, please do not leave garbage and do not enter indigenous communities without prior permission. The Kogui community is one of the best preserved indigenous communities culturally and organizationally, so not interrupting their local activities is essential. It is expected that the popularity of this destination will continue to grow, as long as we all take care of it.
Official Visitor Statistics
These figures reflect the continued interest in Ciudad Perdida Teyuna, highlighting the importance of effective measures for the sustainable management of tourism in this valuable archaeological heritage.
|Ministerio de Turismo (Visitors)