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

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

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
Wiwa Tour Colombia S.A.S, together with the Wiwa Foundation have developed different sustainability projects every year, this time the project deals with "Water purification and solid waste management". This initiative is reduced to the generation of solid waste and garbage on the route Santa Marta - Ciudad Perdida, Sierra Nevada de Santa Marta. In the first instance, the objective is to improve the quality of water for travelers, workers and the community of the area, also the project is