The Cahuinarí National Nature Park, which spans over 2200 square miles, is an indigenous reservation in Putumayo. The area is inhabited by members of the Bora, Miraña, Andoque, Nonyuna-Muinane, and Huitoto communities, and it is studded with trees that are 130 ft tall. Among the endemic wildlife there are piranhas, caimans, anacondas, ocelots, tapirs, deer, and jaguars.
NEARBY ATTRACTIONS AND ACTIVITIES
On the itinerary for this region: viewing large water lilies in the Amazon and walking the streets of a town where there are no cars.