Amacayacu National Park is rich with wildlife, including river dolphins, reptiles and birds. It’s also home to the lion marmoset, Earth’s smallest primate, and it has the largest species of fresh-water turtle and crocodile. Note that accommodation is very rustic here.
Indigenous communities live in these areas, including the Yagua, who have worked hard to protect their cultures and traditions, such as their knowledge of medicinal plants, magic, ceremonies and jungle survival skills. Leticia is also where the Colombian border meets the Amazon and crosses into Tabatinga.
Follow the river to Manaus in Brazil and even to the coast at Belem by river-boat, sleeping in a hammock for a few days.
‘Greetings. this has turned out to be a paradise in so many ways....so a big thank you from us.
Wonderful support from your company over here....we were met at the airport (with flowers!!!!!) and introduced to our personal guide who is fabulous. Can't get over the attention to detail ....cool flannels, chilled water, fresh juice on arrival, bag full of thoughtful goodies for our trip, wonderful rooms with bathrooms bigger than our bedroom at home(!) and we were upgraded to a suite and as I write we are listening to tropical birdsong as we look out over the lagoon from our balcony. Wow!!!!!
I could go on but I'll spare you.
Thanks a million
Judy and Mike’
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