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Day 2 - Lost City - Vista Hermosa Camp at Lorenzo Pass

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Second day of theroute to the lost city in Colombia to the Paso Lorenzo camp. Stage where we leave behind the wide tracks and motorized vehicles to enter fully into the jungle. Without a doubt, one of the most beautiful stages of the entire journey to the Lost City.

Day 2 - Lost City - Vista Hermosa Camp at Lorenzo Pass

Day 2 - Vista Hermosa Camp at Lorenzo Pass

It's 5:30 and the alarm sounds. After a hard night, after having a partner who snored without stopping, we got down to work and began to have breakfast at about 6 in the morning. A strong breakfast to face a tough stage.

Day 2 - Lost City - Vista Hermosa Camp at Lorenzo Pass

Almost 20 kilometers and 1000 meters of altitude over mud roads and dozens of rivers to get around. Therefore you have to take it easy.

Day 2 - Lost City - Vista Hermosa Camp at Lorenzo Pass

The day dawns semi clear, after a night where it rained a lot and therefore the road seemed slippery. Puddles, mud and rivers more than normal expected us. With this in mind and observing the great views that surrounded us, the problems were quickly removed.

Day 2 - Lost City - Vista Hermosa Camp at Lorenzo Pass

Route to the Paso Lorenzo camp

You start the route up and down a series of hills, until you begin to climb a strong ramp that ends at a viewpoint and in turn with a watermelon booth. The mud was present and caution was laid with each step we marked.

Day 2 - Lost City - Vista Hermosa Camp at Lorenzo Pass

Also from this point we will plummet for 300 meters of unevenness until the campanentoWiwa. A hard descent if it rains and with slopes that exceeded 20%.

Day 2 - Lost City - Vista Hermosa Camp at Lorenzo Pass

This camp will be used for lunch and stop off the road to a waterfall Of great beauty. Located 15 minutes from the camp and perfect for a swim. In addition this same camp will be used the next day to spend the night.

Day 2 - Lost City - Vista Hermosa Camp at Lorenzo Pass

From the Wiwa camp there are about an hour and a half in an endless climb to another camp that in this case is run by the army for security reasons. There is about 350m of unevenness up here. It also serves as a refreshment point.

Tayrona Village

The best thing is that before reaching the top, we will pass through several Wiwas villages where you will barely see a soul, since most hide from tourism. For example, we saw two children who quickly hid in a hut.

Day 2 - Lost City - Vista Hermosa Camp at Lorenzo Pass

End of the stage

Here it started to rain in the seas and we had to wait about 30 minutes while they offered us orange and pineapple. Seeing that the downpour did not end, we continued knowing that we had another hour and a half more until the Lorenzo Pass camp where we would spend a night before arriving in Lost City.

Day 2 - Lost City - Vista Hermosa Camp at Lorenzo Pass

This section was passed through water. Arriving completely wet at the end of the stage and with the boots you throw a mess. The bad thing that with the prevailing humidity we knew that they would not dry out, especially when the newspaper we were carrying arrived completely wet. Our fault

Day 2 - Lost City - Vista Hermosa Camp at Lorenzo Pass

The Paso Lorenzo camp is next to the Buritaca river. Rio that we will cross up on 4 occasions, a task that will not be easy and that we will comment on in the following article.

In conclusion, a very beautiful stage that became eternal for many. Soon we were arriving at night.

Practical data to go to the Lost City

Before leaving for Colombia

  • Guide of the Lonely Planet of Colombia
  • Airport Transfers
  • Car rental in Colombia with a 15% discount

Some cost during the route

The costs are optional, but if we want we can buy two tangerines at 1000 pesos two tangerines. Water at 8000 pesos. At the camp they also offer beer or other drinks.

Upon arrival at the camp, coca or panela tea is offered free of charge

If we want to turn around, the mule comes out at 12,000 pesos.

What did we eat at the camp?

Food based on fish, rice and banana ... Dinner with mashed potatoes, chicken breast and beet salad.

How much does it cost to go to the Lost City?

There are about 4 or 5 agencies that organize the trekking. All with the same agreed price. The service in all is very similar, with similar approach cars, ..., etc. A good option is to do it via Civitatis since the price is the same and the quality is guaranteed.

Lost City Tour

Additional Information

All the information about the route to the lost city is available in our main article: The incredible route to the lost city.

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