The first three days are easy. We walked for 4-6 hours to the next camp. The third day was the best since you walk in the river and stop at points for swimming brakes. We found this kewl place were we could go with the current in a natural slide. Everyone kept sliding through like little kids :).
In addition, there is one family of Indians in the Ciudad Perdida as well... again, I suspect they were paid actors :). The return to Taganga is through the same path in a shorter time. Oh, lets not forget the groovy ride. The colombians have taken apart an old land cruiser and put in a funky makeshift truck. It sure gets you in the mood :).
In the afternoon of the third day, you climb the 1,200 steps from the River to the lost City... from the entrance of the city; you climb another 800 steps to the camp. We spent two nights here. On the fourth day, we took a tour through the lost city. It’s an amazing place. The Tyrona Indians constructed this city with terraces... as in Pueblito (see my Parque Tayrona page for information on el Pueblito); they built wooden houses that haven’t survived the passage of time.