Visit Indigenous Village
The Sierra Nevada de Santa Marta is the birthplace of the Tayrona People. They are believed to go back at least to the 1st century CE.
Descendants of that culture still live here today with close to 70.000 indigenous people belonging to mainly four groups: Kogui, Arhuaco, Kankuamo and Wiwa. They have their own languages and they mostly live of agricultural activities and the making of handicrafts.
A visit to one of the indigenous villages combines a nice trekking through stunning landscapes and a full and authentic experience of an indigenous lifestyle. This socially responsible form of ecotourism will give you a truely authentic experience.