Again Wiwa Tours informs all our adventurers with time that in the month of September they will not be able to make the trek to the Lost City Colombia. Wiwa Tours for being a Travel Agency operated and directed by Wiwa Indians of La Sierra Nevada de Santa Marta, supports and helps to regulate this measure together with the indigenous authorities (Mamos), to temporarily close the Lost City Tayrona in the month of September , so that Mother Earth breathes and restores the balance of the ecosystems that inhabit the

Gotsezhy is a Wiwa village embedded in the Sierra Nevada de Santa Marta. It is located in the Guachaca River Basin via Santa Marta to Riohacha, Kilometer 49. Indigenous Village of Gotsezhy   This town was founded in 1986 by the spiritual leader Mamo Ramon Gil Barro of the Wiwa ethnic group, one of the four groups of the Sierra Nevada de Santa Marta. Ade Ramón came from the department of La Guajira, and at the direction of other Mamos and consultations with traditional and spiritual authorities, he arrived in
On November 14, 2016, in the city of Santa Marta was scheduled the meeting between members of the Wiwa people and members of the company that works with the Wiwa community through the company Wiwatour, called G Advetures. This integration had a lot to do with the work that is being done in the indigenous territories together with the indigenous authorities of the area that accompany these works. The two teams that walked together as a group for five days, which is required to visit the Lost City, where they
The initiatives of the Wiwa Community of the Sierra Nevada de Santa Marta, in the Magdalena region, by Guachaca basin, in the town "Gotzezhy", came up with the idea of creating a Wiwa foundation, to support the cultures around the aspects legal, social, as well as promote productive projects, and support for education and health.   Some time later, in 2008, the Tayrona Ribunduna Foundation was created, with the principles of the law of origin, carrying out the participations in the Guachaca river, Buritaca river and Palomino river basins, on
The Wiwa culture belongs to the Chibcha Linguistic Family. This culture is descendant of the culture "Tayronas" that settled approximately in the first centuries of our era in the Sierra Nevada de Santa Marta, north of Colombia. Since the arrival of the Spaniards, the Wiwa culture has been protected, in part, by the geography of the Sierra Nevada, by mountains far from Western civilization. Currently, there are approximately 13,000 inhabitants divided into three (3) departments in the north of the country, Guajira, Cesar and Magdalena, being the department Cesar the
Tayrona National Park opened its doors to national and foreign visitors since March 1, in order to continue with its natural attraction one of the most important tourist sector of Santa Marta. Those who did not know the meaning of this closure, we can affirm from our travel agency Wiwa Tours that this event had a spiritual significance of renewal and conservation of ecosystems, by our elder brothers who ensure that there is a natural balance between the mother earth and the human being within the limits that comprise the
We are experts in adventure trips in small groups at incredible prices, and we have been for more than ten years, this is because we listen to the opinions of our adventurers and we have them in mind to improve our quality of service.   We are currently the only travel agency that operates with native indigenous guides from the Sierra Nevada of Santa Marta and to the Lost City Tayrona. Tourist destination that is wrapped in a fascinating experience, travelers will find in their indigenous guide a cultural and

  If you want to escape from the city and get lost in the jungle of the Sierra Nevada in search of a connection with the indigenous culture and nature, the Indigenous Community of Gotsezhy is the best option. One of the wonders that this place has is its fantastic waterfall that looks like a tale, called La Cascada Matuna, excellent for cooling off and swimming in crystal clear waters. In addition the Indigenous Community of Gotsezhy is a Wiwa population that still preserves its language, its culture, its customs and

Wiwa Tours Tourism Agency that was born in 2007 when the Wiwa Foundation saw that the tourist guide within the Sierra Nevada was an activity that the Indians could perform clearly since there is a harmony between the indigenous peoples and Mother Nature. The possibility of creating a company that could provide Real Information about the indigenous peoples of the Sierra Nevada of Santa Marta to travelers who visited places of cultural interest. Guarantee the adventurer the best experience with the indigenous communities of the Sierra Nevada of Santa Marta

There is no doubt that the Lost City ( Teyuna ) is a tourist destination very similar to the ruins of Machu Picchu in Peru and that you must visit on your trip to Colombia . not always have the opportunity to hike in the Sierra Nevada de Santa Marta mountain trails making crossings, rivers and the most important to know the cultures as indigenous communities in the Sierra Nevada de Santa Marta. The Sierra Nevada de Santa Marta is a System Natural Declare or a UNESCO Biosphere Reserve site

Just 15 days from the temporary closure of the Tayrona Natural Park, there are still many who wonder how this can be possible, this natural attraction being one of the most important in the tourism sector of Santa Marta, we can affirm from our travel agency Wiwa Tours that this closing event for a month has a spiritual meaning of sustainability and renewal of the ecosystems found in this wonderful natural park. Our elder brothers, the four indigenous peoples of the Sierra Nevada, the Kogui, Wiwa, Arhuacos and Kankuamos at