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The amazon region - Nature lives to the fullest here

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The amazon region

In this region you can discover natural wonders and come into contact with indigenous communities who preserve their...
Caribbean Region - This region welcomes you with a smile

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Caribbean Region

The colors of the Caribbean and insular region The sun, beaches and dancing join with the people‘s joy welcome...
Andean Region - The Spirit of the Andes soars in this region

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Andean Region

Hills and Valleys in the Andean RegionThis area of ​​Colombia boasts cultural diversity that enchants travelers with...
Orinoco region - A land to explore

Photo by: Jaime Otoniel Pérez Munevar - Viceministerio de Turismo de Colombia

Orinoco region

The wonders of the OrinocoIn this region of vast plains east of the country where hidden natural secrets astonish with...
The Pacific - An area rich in biodiversity

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The Pacific

An ocean of wealth The Pacific lends its name to this region of western Colombia where black sand beaches are ideal for...
Amazon Fellowship Festival, Amazonas

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Amazon Fellowship Festival

The Amazon Fellowship Festival, whose goal is the cultural, athletic, economic, and institutional integration between...

Amazon World Ecological Park

The Amazon World Ecological Park, located 15 minutes from Leticia, is an environmental learning center that features...
Amazon Handicrafts

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Amazon Handicrafts

In Leticia and surrounding indigenous communities, a wide variety of Amazonian handicrafts are sold. The Ticuna and...
Victoria Regia Nature Reserve, Amazonas

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Victoria Regia Nature Reserve

In the Victoria Regia Nature Reserve, a 15-minute boat ride from Leticia, you can admire the Amazon's largest water...
Specific experiences
Explore the Amazon - More natural, impossible


Explore the Amazon

Amacayacu National Park, whose name means “River of Hammocks” in Quechua, is a good starting point for exploring the...
 Bird watching - Colors in the trees

Photo by: Viceministerio de Turismo de Colombia.

Bird watching

Bird watching in the Amazon isn’t hard; 674 different species of birds live here. The Amacayacu National Park and...
“Floating” on treetops -  At the top of the jungle


“Floating” on treetops

To “float” over the Amazon, visitors must overcome their fear of heights and climb a 115-foot tall tree in the...
Visit Tayrona Park - Where the jungle meets the ocean


Visit Tayrona Park

On one side the waves smash against volcanic rocks that are lined up next the beach: on the other side you seem to see...


Casabe is a kind of corn bread made from cassava.


In the Amazon, nature is constantly putting on a show; just one of example of this are the pink dolphins that swim and...
Practical Information


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Destinations - Where to sleep

Where sleep in Amazonas

In the Amazon you can choose between hotels with air conditioning and pools, and hostels with basic amenities. You can also stay in traditional wooden huts and longhouses.
Destinations - What to eat

What to eat at Amazonas

There are restaurants serving traditional regional dishes in Leticia and Puerto Nariño, but the most authentically prepared food is often found in indigenous communities.
Experiences you can't miss
Salsa - There is flavour here!

Photo by: Compañía Artística Rucafé


Colombia’s cultural and climatic diversity give rise to an enormous variety of local cuisine ranging from the Guajira...
Bird watching - Colours in the sky


Bird watching

The sound of flapping wings and throaty warbles heard in forests, mangroves, mountains and plains are ample reward for...