The Best Trek to the Lost City Colombia
Trekking with Indigenous
It’s a long, bumpy 4×4 trip to the site. The tour includes a walk around the coffee processing plant. Noisy large machines dating back over 100 years drown out the voice of the guide. If you love watching working antiques, you’ll love it. You can buy coffee and a snack at the end.
Minca is a small village situated in the mountains. Every morning the sun is shining and every afternoon it is rainy. The village has a few good places like hostels, café or bakery. The most cool atractions are around the village. I recommend you to visit Marinka, Pozo azul, Los piňos and Casa Elemento. There is also coffee farm and beer factory.
Parque Tayrona is a hidden gem. Is the only place in the world where you can get mountains, rainforest, pristine beaches and native culture. Is a sacred place for the Tayronas, Arauacos and Kogis. Flora and fauna are out of the ordinary. The place can become crowded and entrance is limited so is hard to get an entrance if you don’t book a tour or know your way around.
Bahia Concha is one of the most beautiful beaches I’ve ever visited. There is a bar that sells fresh fruit drinks which was very nice and fun. Make sure you go very early in the morning as it gets very crowded throughout the day.
Excellent destination Cerro Kennedy. It is possible to reach the highest point where there is a military base at the top and the best we can have the best panoramic view you have ever imagined.