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Where to stay in the Amazon Region

Where to stay in the Amazon Region

Icon 21 July, 2018
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Where to stay in the Amazon Region Live unique experiences in the Amazon, surrounded by nature, culture, gastronomy. Stay in unimaginable places, from a floating raft to a cabin in the treetops.

BALSA FLOTANTE KURUPIRA
This floating cabin is located on the Amazon River, just 15 minutes by car from Leticia, and offers included breakfast. Leticia is 2 km away at the end of the river. This rustic-style floating hotel offers rooms with a private terrace overlooking the river, eco-friendly decor, wooden floors and mosquito nets. Definitely a place to visit, in the middle of the great Amazon jungle via booking.com

NATURAL RESERVE TANIMBOCA
Staying in a house on a tree, this is one of the experiences offered by the Amazon. The Natural Reserve Tanimboca, is a protected and conserved forest, located 11 kilometers from Leticia. Spend the night in comfortable cabins in the trees 12 meters high or in a maloca, typical construction of the natives, via experienciacolombia.com

CANALOA
The jungle hotel Calanoa offers a space for the traveler who is on a voyage of discovery, for whom traveling is a vital experience. Our plans and workshops propose an approach to the tropical forest through the senses and a creative dialogue with its inhabitants. Calanoa is in the heart of the Amazon rainforest, and is nevertheless easily accessible. Look on the website: canaloaamazonas.org

MARASHA NATURAL RESERVE Marasha is a natural ecological paradise that offers visitors a peaceful stay for rest, recreation and coexistence with nature. Where you can interact with different types of animals, in addition to different activities such as fishing, kayaking, sighting of alligators, huito tattoos and the spectacular and most desired canopy over the treetops; a horizontal displacement from one tree to another, in a 250-meter route that crosses Lake Marasha. 


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