Alto de los Ídolos is the area’s second most important site after the Parque Arqueológico, and its two hills lined with tombs are home to the region’s tallest statue, 7m high. Four kilometres southwest of the village of San José de Isnos (26km northeast of San Agustín), it can be reached by joining a day-long jeep tour (around COP$35,000 per person), which is easily arranged through your accommodation. Jeep tours also take in the Alto de las Piedras, another important archeological site, its highlight being Doble Yo, a statue that is half-man, half-beast. If you look closely, you’ll see that there are four figures carved on that rock. Other stops include Colombia’s tallest waterfall and a smaller waterfall viewpoint.