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The Kogui or (Cogui or Kagaba), which means “Jaguar” in the Kogui language, are an indigenous ethnic group living in the Sierra Nevada de Santa Marta , Colombia. Their civilization has continued since pre-Columbian times. The Kogui are descendants of the Tayrona culture, which flourished before the time of the Spanish conquest. The Tayrona were an advanced civilization that built many stone structures and trails in the jungle. They made many gold objects that would hang from the trees and around their necks. They lived not unlike the Kogui of today.
07.30 a.m. Depart from the hotel in 4×4 vehicle.
08.30 a.m. Start the walk of about 2 hours.
10.30 a.m. Kogi Village Tour and Ritual with the Mamo (chief of the town).
11.30 a.m. Move to the Palomino river at few distance.
12.00 h. Tubing in the river for about 2 hours to reach the sea.
02.00 p.m. Walk back to the 4×4 vehicle and have lunch in a nice restaurante where we recover from the walk. You can take a bath in the ocean.
05.00 p.m. Back to the Hotel.
- Sándwich (Jam with cheese)
- Local guide
- Beer or refreshment in the beach
- Daily insurance
- Transfer from and to the hotel
PRICE: 390.000 PESOS/person – Minimum 2 persons
350.000 PESOS/person – Minimum 3 persons