Amazon Adventure

Take a breath after arriving and spend some time in the massive and cosmopolitan capital of Colombia. After a few days of cultural immersion, visit the massive salt cathedral of Zipaquira, the top rated tourist lndmark in all of Colombia. From there you'll journey into the heart of the Amazon rainforest where you'll have the opportunity to mingle with the local indigenous peoples and learn first-hand about their traditional customs. End your excursion in the spectacular Amacayacu national park.

Detailed Itinerary

Day 1 - Bogota

Take a breath after arriving and spend some time in the massive and cosmopolitan capital of Colombia. Spend your first night in Colombia recovering from your long flight and taking some time to adjust to the altitude (2600 meters high).

Overnight: Colonial House (Breakfast included)

Day 2 - Bogota

Soak up the cultural scene in the colonial old quarter, take part in a walking or bike tour around the city, visit museums and galleries.

Overnight: Colonial House (Breakfast included)

Day 3 - Zipaquira Cathedral

Today you will embark on a daytrip to the biggest salt cathedral on the planet, near Bogota in the town of Zipaquira. Visit this fascinating landmark and discover the history behind this how this salt mine turned in to a chapel.

Overnight: Colonial House (Breakfast included)

Day 4 - Bogota - Amazonas Reserve

Today you will head to the airport for your departure flight to the hear of the Amazon Rainforest. Spend the nights in your private hut nesteled in the tree tops of the jungle.

Overnight: Amazon Reserve (Breakfast included)

Day 5 & 6 - Amazonas Reserve

The next few days you will explore the rainforest and visit the small local indigenous communities to learn first-hand about their customs and their interactions with the outside world.

Overnight: Amazon Reserve (Breakfast included)

Day 7 - Puerto Nariño

A boat transfer will take you to the small sustainable village of Puerto Nariño. The town stands out for its orderliness, cleanliness, and the absence of pollution, because among other things, in spite of having paved streets, there are no cars. A trip to Puerto Nariño’s lookout point is a must. It provides a 360º view over the Amazon Jungle.

Overnight: Puerto Nariño (Breakfast included)

Day 8 - Amacayacu National Park

A twenty-minute river journey from Puerto Nariño takes visitors to Amacayacu Park. Among the many things to do in this protected area are outings on the Nainekumaw trail, canoeing on the Matamata stream, climbing trees and walking through the canopies, visiting aboriginal tribes, and sailing on the floating house.

Overnight: Puerto Nariño (Breakfast included)

Day 9 Amazon Departure

Air transfer back to Bogota or any other Colombian city.

(Breakfast included)

Accommodation Information

Colonial House

Strategically located inside the historic city center of the massive city, this colonial house built in the 1800s and refurbished in 2009, offers visitors a taste of history and comfort. Only a short walk from public transport, this comfortable accomodation allows you to easily explore the capital and visit the many museums, art galleries, restaurants and historic sites of this exciting city.

Amazon Reserve

Experience the magic of the Amazon jungle during your stay in a house set amongst the trees in the middle of a nature reserve in the Amazon jungle. The basic and eco-friendly tree houses offer comfort in the middle of the lush jungle and allow you to explore the secrets of indigenous communities and nature.

Puerto Nariño

A comfortable, simple but modern hotel located in the center of a little urban village where cars are not allowed. Close to Amacayacu national park, making it an ideal access point to the jungle, which is right around the corner!

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