San Agustin Archaeological Park, San Agustin
(4.8/5 based on 500+ reviews on the web)
Visit the world's largest necropolis at San Agustin Archaeological Park, a World Heritage-listed group of monuments and megaliths depicting a variety of human, animal, and abstract figures. The park features a large collection of tombs and sculptures from a pre-Columbian society that populated the nearby area between the 1st and 8th centuries CE. Stroll the lush forest and see burial mounds, religious idols, sculptures of supernatural beings, and a large monument built into a stream bed. Visit the onsite museum for interesting exhibits and more information about the Andean civilization and its mysterious culture. It couldn't be easier to arrange your visit to San Agustin Archaeological Park and many more San Agustin attractions: make an itinerary online using Inspirock's San Agustin travel itinerary planner.
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  • Allow about 3:30 to 4:30 to visit the park with 4 to 5 subsets. Local guide recommended, cheap, findable on the Park. Do not forget a few minutes at the Casa Museo very well appointed, very educational, completing statues and tombs in the open air. Very many large statues in beautiful condition. Unique, must-see site around a civilization to the unknown origins because oral cultural transmission. Outside the Park, ride a horse to visit two sites at approx 4 and 7 km from the Park and see among other rare polychrome statues (the Court)
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  • Problem. It rains a lot and visits are often under rain but mqgnifiUe site pre Colombian
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  • Park beautiful, immaculately maintained: grass bamboo fences, statues, sheds, clean. Very beautiful statues, a mesa in jungle path. Not to be missed.
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  • An awesome Archaeology Park tucked away in a thick and beautiful jungle. It took me and my girlfriend about 4 hours to walk through it and we really enjoyed seeing all these sculptures. I would suggest going early in the morning as it tends to rain in the afternoon here in st. Augustine.
  • Essential visit in this part of Colombia!
  • WAO!!!!
  • It is a town lovely full of history and beautiful landscapes that delight to all types of tourists, with extensive archaeological samples, is without a doubt one of the places more representative of my beloved HUILA.
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  • This is a site where you can find the beginnings of social groups in america, a place to breathe fresh air and be with yourself.
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