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Tag 1 Cartagena

Ankunft zu jeder Zeit möglich.

Arrive at any time.

Tag 2 Cartagena

Freier Tag zur eigenen Erkundung. Besuche die historische Altstadt, die Festung San Felipe oder mach dich bei einem Moorbad und einer Massage am Vulkan Totumo schmutzig.

Free day to explore. Visit the historic old town, check out the San Felipe fortress, or get dirty with a mud bath and massage at Totumo Volcano. A Unesco World Heritage Site on the coast of the Caribbean Sea, Cartagena is Colombia's most famous and most visited city. Tourists are most attracted to the remarkably intact historic walled colonial city ("ciudad amurallada") and the beachfront area of Bocagrande. Experience the Caribbean charm and beauty of this beautiful city while learning about its fabled past. Explore the town by foot or take a “chiva” ride at night to get a feeling of this vibrant Colombian city. You can visit Playa Blanca, take a boat to the Islas del Rosario National Park with its stunning beaches, or soak in the crater of the Totumo mud volcano.

Tag 3 Santa Marta

Reise mit dem öffentlichen Bus in diese Hafenstadt. Zeit zur freien Verfügung, um das Gold-Museum mit seinen Artefakten aus der Ciudad Perdida - der Verlorenen Stadt - zu besuchen, am Strand zu chillen oder letzte Vorbereitungen für die bevorstehende Wand

Travel by public bus to this coastal port town. Free time to visit the Gold Museum with its collection of Lost City artifacts, chill out on the beach or pick up any last minute necessities for the upcoming trek.

Tage 4-7 Wanderung zur Verlorenen Stadt (3F,4M,4A)

Transfer mit dem Allradfahrzeug, wo deine fünftägige geführten Wanderung zur „Verlorenen Stadt“ beginnt, auf der du 45 km zurücklegst. Du wanderst durch Ackerland, an Bächen entlang und gelegentlich durch indigene Döfer. Unterwegs übernachtest du in Camps

Transfer to Machete Pelao, where you begin the trek to the Lost City of Teyuna, a 45km hike. Trek for between 4-5 hours each day through farmland, steamy jungle and rural communities where you can glimpse the life of families going about their daily lives. Camp along the way, sleeping in a mixture of hammocks and rustic bunks. The route passes along the Buritaca river, and there are natural swimming pools at the campsites to enjoy a refreshing dip before relaxing in a hammock. On the morning of Day 7, it is an early start to climb 1,200 steps to get to the Lost City itself, but the views of the ancient city with the mountainous backdrop are more than worth the hike.

Tag 8 Wanderung zur Verlorenen Stadt/Taganga (1F,1M)

Nach einer letzten morgendlichen Wanderung Transfer zum Fischerdorf Taganga für einen Nachmittag der Erholung und Entspannung.

After a final morning trek back to Machete Pelao where it all began, transfer to the fishing village of Taganga for an afternoon of rest and relaxation.

Tag 9-10 Tayrona Nationalpark/Taganga (1F)

Genieße einen Ausflug mit Übernachtung in den schönen Tayrona-Nationalpark. Erkunde die üppige grüne Landschaft, die ausgedehnten Strände und das türkisfarbene karibische Meer des Parks. Optional kannst du die Ruinen von El Pueblito besuchen, Schnorcheln

Enjoy an overnight excursion to beautiful Tayrona NP. Explore the park's lush greenery, extended beaches and turquoise Caribbean waters. Opt to trek to the ruins of El Pueblito, go snorkelling, or hike various trails. Return to Taganga for one more night on the Caribbean.

Tage 11-12 Medellín

Fliege ins Landesinnere, ins berüchtigte Medellín, heute eine der sichersten Städte Lateinamerikas. Nach der Ankunft unternimmst du einen Orientierungs-Spaziergang und kannst dich mit der Gruppe in das Nachtleben stürzen. Du hast außerdem die Möglichkeit,

Fly inland to infamous Medellín, now one of Latin America's safest cities. Enjoy an orientation walk upon arrival and an optional night out with the group. Opt to go paragliding over the city or catch a ride on the cable car. Night bus to Bogotá. We will have plenty of free time to explore the many attractions of Medellin: Visit the city viewpoint at Nutibara Hill where you find Pueblito Paisa, a typical representation of a rural village of coffee zone of Colombia, and take a ride in Medellin's Metro and Cable Car. Other optional tours include a visit to Santa Fe de Antioquia, Guatape Dam, Penol Rock, or even consider paragliding over Medellín.

Tage 13-14 Bogotá

Orientierungs-Spaziergang durch das lebendige La Candelaria Viertel. Zeit zur freien Verfügung, um Kolumbiens Hauptstadt zu erkunden; bewundere die Schätze im Gold-Museum, fahre mit der Seilbahn auf den Monserrate Hügel und genieße den herrlichen Ausblick

Orientation walk around the vibrant La Candelaria area. Free time to explore Colombia's capital city; check out the riches found in the Gold Museum, take a funicular car up Monserrate Hill for sweeping views of the city, or catch a football match if it's game day. Modern Bogotá offers residents and visitors a wide variety of activities and amenities, combined with the picturesque beauty of its cultural and architectural past. Enjoy colonial churches and pre-colombian art in contrast with the futuristic high-rise buildings of a busy metropolis. Perhaps you might enjoy a visit to the National Museum of Colombia (one of the oldest museums on the continent and holding more than 20,000 pieces), La Plaza de Bolivar (government buildings at the heart of the city dating back through several eras), the Gold Museum, or one of its many historical churches (Santa Clara, San Francisco, San Ignacio, the Cathedral situated in La Plaza de Bolívar, La Tercera San Diego and the sanctuary of Monserrate). You may also wish to take a walk around (and maybe a little shopping) at some of its more interesting and trendy neighbourhoods including La Candelaria, La Macarena, Parque de la 93, La Zona T, and Monserrate, La Zona Rosa (bars and restaurants), La Zona G(International Cuisine) and Monserrate Santuary and City view point.

Tage 15-16 Cotopaxi

Flug nach Quito und Transfer zum Cotopaxi, wo du zwei Nächte umgeben von der Schönheit der Anden verbringst. Optional kannst du eine hoch liegende Lagune besuchen, eine Wanderung auf den Wegen des Nationalparks unternehmen oder mit dem Mountainbike vom Vu

Fly to Quito and transfer to Cotopaxi for two nights encompassed in Andean beauty. Opt to visit a lagoon at elevation, hike national park trails or go down Cotopaxi Volcano by mountain bike. Just a few hours south of Quito is Parque National Cotopaxi, home to Cotopaxi Volcano at 19,342 ft (5897 m). The beautiful cone-shaped, snow covered volcano is Ecuador's second highest peak and the highest active volcano in the world.

Tag 17 Otavalo (1A)

Übernachte bei einer ecuadorianischen Gastfamilie außerhalb der Marktgemeinde von Otavalo.

Stay with an Ecuadorian family in a homestay experience outside of the market town of Otavalo.

Tag 18 Quito (1F)

Am morgen besuchst du den berühmten Otavalo-Kunsthandwerksmarkt, wo du bunte Textilien, Kunstwerke, Schnitzereien und Schmuck, die von den Menschen aus umliegenden Gemeinden hergestellt werden, kaufen kannst. Am Nachmittag fährst du nach Quito, wo du eine

Visit the famous Otavalo artisan market in the morning to peruse colourful textiles, art, carvings and jewelry made by people from nearby communities. Otavalo is justly famous both for its friendly people and its Saturday market. The market dates back to pre-Inca times when jungle products were transported from the eastern lowlands and traded for highland goods. Today's market has two different functions: the local market for buying and selling animals, food and other essentials, and the crafts market for the tourists and other interested people. One of the most obvious signs of the Otavaleños' cultural integrity is their traditional dress. This is not just put on especially for the tourists at the Saturday market, but is worn throughout their daily life. Transfer in the afternoon to Quito, and enjoy an orientation walk and final evening with the group. Quito's large foreign population and steady stream of travellers have given it a varied and vibrant nightlife, and salsotecas and other dance clubs abound. For a real Ecuadorian experience though, be sure and drop by a peña if you can; these are great places for meeting locals and dancing, as well as enjoying local cooking.

Tag 19 Quito

Abreise zu jeder Zeit möglich.

Depart at any time.

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