Amazon

The Amazon is a 4,400-mile river system with thousands of tributaries covered by a broadleaved forest that provides home to over 160 separate indigenous societies and refuge to millions of species, many of which are still to be described. Pink River dolphins, Jaguars, Tamarin Monkeys and thousands of birds and butterflies inhabit the waterways, jungle floors and in the canopy’s high in the tropical forests. Sleeping under a star filled tapestry while listening to a nocturnal chorus of Jungle sounds highlights the grandiose of this species-rich biome. Travel to this part of Colombia may be slightly involved but the rewards are endless in the world’s most important ecosystem.



Contact James Gallego.
One of our Senior Destionation Specialists & Sales Mannager to begin your tailor-made trip.

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Suggested activiy for your trip in Colombia.
Hike through the Tayrona National Park
During your walk you can look out for some of the Kogi tribes’ people who still live in the park, plus the array of flora and fauna that you will pass during your trip. As you walk your guide will be on hand to explain not only the culture and history of the park but also about the wildlife that you may see on the way.

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