» Leticia, The Amazonas
The Colombian Amazonas region is a wide open door for nature lovers and eco-tourists, promising exotic landscapes, exploration and relaxation. Here you will find the unique opportunity and privilege of sharing moments with indigenous communities, learning about their traditions, customs and ancient wisdom.
The Amazon region is not only one of the most biodiverse ecosystems in the world in terms of the plant and animal species reigning over the jungle, such as the Victoria Regia (giant water lily), caimans and pink dolphins, but it is also rich in myths and legends. The infrastructure will meet your every need, while at the same time respecting the native culture. This lung of the world will literally give you a breath of fresh air.
Leticia is the capital city of the Amazonas province and is located at the point where Colombia meets Peru and Brazil. It is 500 miles from the nearest Colombian highway. To get there you must go by plane or boat. This colourful border town with its brightly painted houses, pleasant outdoor cafes and hotels makes the perfect base to experience the Amazon and its many natural delights.