WHY LIVE THIS EXPERIENCE IN COLOMBIA?
Amacayacu National Park, whose name means “River of Hammocks” in Quechua, is a good starting point for exploring the Amazon Jungle. Travelers can spend the night here and see about 470 species of birds, including macaws and parrots, and a wide variety of reptiles, amphibians, and mammals such as pink dolphins.
Amacayacu measures 1,130 square miles and houses about 13 species of primates.
Trees such as cedars, mahogany and kapok grow in the park.
The pirarucú, a fish that can reach 10 feet in length and weigh more than 440 pounds, lives here.