WHY LIVE THIS EXPERIENCE IN COLOMBIA?
To “float” over the Amazon, visitors must overcome their fear of heights and climb a 115-foot tall tree in the Amacayacu National Park. The view from the top is worth the effort. Then, visitors cross to another tree on a 200-foot suspension bridge before rappelling down to the ground. After conquering the top of the jungle, where everything is bright green, returning to solid ground can be a difficult adjustment.
Leticia, the arrival point to the Amazon, is a two-hour flight from Bogotá.
Travelers climb bridges, walkways, and platforms in the treetops.
Ecotourism in the Amazon seeks to help protect the environment.