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MICE

Colombia is a popular destination for MICE tourism which stands for Meetings, Incentives, Conferences, and Exhibitions. The country offers a variety of options including capital cities with large event infrastructure, diverse climates ranging from warm to cold and temperate, natural destinations with forests, beaches, plains, deserts, snowy mountains, and more. All of these factors combine to make Colombia the country of beauty that has everything.

Tour Amazon Three Borders

7 Nights and 8 Days

Cachoeira Tabatinga Yahuarcaca Puerto Nariño Yavari Leticia Palmari Marasha Mocagua

Tour Highlights

  • Visit the Ticuna community and share their traditions.
  • Enjoy a night walk and discover the beautiful fauna of the jungle.
  • Enjoy a spectacular panoramic view of the border cities of Brazil, Peru and Colombia from one place.
  • Sail on the Amazon River and be surprised by its beautiful immensity.
  • Enjoy an afternoon of artisanal piranha fishing and be surprised by the light of the jungle.
  • Learn about the history of rubber and its extraction process in the Amazon jungle.
  • Be surprised by the spectacular landscapes and environment of the Amazonian fauna and flora.

Get ready to embark on an unforgettable adventure as you discover the Amazon on a circuit of 8 days and 7 nights. This trip is designed for lovers of nature and indigenous cultures, this is a trip without limits to a destination of countries without borders where people from different cultures coexist with the scenic beauty of the jungle, a place where mythical characters and legendary animals come to life, when reality is combined with the imagined.

This is the Amazon, a destination without limits for experiences, of moments unforgettable in every place we visit and share with people on the three borders in Brazil, Peru and Colombia.

Tour Details

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From:
USD 1,570
per person

Next Tour:
June 29 / 2024

Min group size:
6 people

Max group size:
15 people

Book with USD 100 and pay the difference in installments up to 30 days before your trip.

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Itinerary

7 Nights and 8 Days

Amazon Three BordersArrival at the Alfredo Vásquez Cobo Airport in the city of Leticia.

Pick up at the airport and reception, immigration process to leave Colombia and enter Brazil. Transfer to the river dock on the Amazon River.

We sail in boats the Amazon River downstream in search of the course of the Yavarí River towards the Heliconia Natural Reserve (Brazil), during the tour, we will observe the imaginary point of the three borders with a spectacular panoramic view of the border cities of Brazil, Peru, and Colombia.

During the imposing Amazon River sailing, we will appreciate the Amazon jungle and the riverside villages of indigenous people and settlers such as Benjamín Constant, Atalaia do Norte (Brazil), and Iceland (Peru).

After this exciting experience sailing the great Amazon River and the Yavari River (more than 100 km and approximately 4 hours of navigation), we arrive at the Heliconia Natural Reserve.

At this place, we will have free time to explore the area and stay. Dinner and rest.

Did you know?

The Yavari River is one of the basins that flow into the Amazon River, additionally, the Yavari or Javari Valley is one of the last refuges of uncontacted indigenous communities.

The Jungle and RubberBreakfast

Jungle walk: In the morning, we will make a foray into the mainland jungle, with recognition of species used in ethnobotany and learning about the dynamics of the jungle. On this tour, we will learn about the rubber extraction process and its history and we will observe the fauna of the mainland area. (approximately 3 hours of walking).

Lunch in the Heliconia Natural Reserve. In the afternoon we will reconnoiter the area surrounding the Heliconia Natural Reserve in traditional canoes and visit the lakes Cristina and Onca that surrounds the Heliconia Natural Reserve, appreciating the aquatic trails of the jungle in the paddle canoes.

In the evening, dinner and Night Safari with a boat trip to observe nocturnal fauna such as alligators.

Upon completion, accommodation.

Did you know?

The word rubber derives from the word used by the natives 'cautchouc', which meant 'tree that cries', referring to the latex or 'milk' that the Hevea tree expelled when it was cut.

Piranha Fishing and the Light of the JungleOptional: Wake up at 5:30 a.m. Canoe outing for bird watching. (we suggest to bring binoculars).

Breakfast 8:00 a.m.

Departure by tourist boat to the riverside community of Palmari with a visit to the community and the descendant settlers of rubber tappers from the Yavari River, taking a tour between houses and crops and visiting the yuca brava (toxic yuca) crops and fruit species such as Copuazú, Acaí.

Subsequently, walk along the high jungle trail towards Cachoeira (small ravine of jungle origin and natural pool), where we will enjoy a refreshing bath after a warm walk.

Finishing the activity, return to the Heliconia Natural Reserve and lunch.

In the afternoon, activity of artisanal fishing for piranhas and fish watching from the Amazonian lakes and rivers.

At night, dinner, and night walk in the jungle to observe nocturnal fauna and observe the “moon path” with bioluminescent mushrooms.

Did you know?

There are different species of Piranha, which do not really represent a threat to humans and are unlikely to attack us, in fact piranhas are food for other species such as alligators, dolphins and birds.

The Victoria Water LilyBreakfast.

Departure to Leticia (Colombia). Immigration procedure to leave Brazil and enter Colombia with transfer to the river dock on the Amazon River.

Departure to the Flor de Loto Natural Reserve, where we will stay and have lunch. During the tour, we will visit the Victoria regia (the largest lotus in the world), we will go canoeing in the lakes of Yahuarcaca, and we'll swim in the lake.

If the weather is favorable, we will have a beautiful sunset on the banks of the great Amazon River.

In the evening, dinner and night boat tour on the Yahuarcaca lakes.

Did you know?

The Victoria Regia or Victoria Amazonica is one of the largest plants in the world, its leaves reaching up to 1 meter in diameter and supporting up to 40kg in weight.

Marasha Reserve, PeruBreakfast.

Departure by boat to the Marasha Natural Reserve (Peru) (travel time 20 minutes).

Upon our arrival in Peru, we walked along natural trails of flooded jungle landscapes for 2 hours and 30 minutes to reach the Marasha Natural Reserve (Peru).

During our tour, we will recognize the flora and fauna species of the varzeas forest on the banks of the Amazon River.

Once we arrive at the Marasha Natural Reserve, we will enjoy a delicious lunch and take a canoe or kayak tour on Lake Marasha watching exotic birds in their environment as the hoazin. We will visit the “grandfather” ceiba tree, an imposing tree of more than 400 years.

In the evening, dinner at the Marasha Nature Reserve. Optional: Boat tour on Lake Marasha or Night walk on the Varzeas forest.

Did you know?

The grandfather tree or samaúma involves mysticism and great value for indigenous communities, it is even used as a means of communication, generating echoes in the forest by hitting its roots.

Earth Day, Wildlife ConservationBreakfast.

We leave by speedboat on the Amazon River upstream towards the Community of Mocagua. (Ticuna indigenous reservation, neighbors of the Amacayacú National Natural Park).

During our tour we will have a spectacular panoramic view of the imposing Amazon River, we will appreciate the Amazon jungle and the riverside villages of indigenous Ticunas and Yaguas from (Peru and Colombia).

The community of Mocagua will welcome us and we will begin the walk along the Maikuchiga trail towards the Island of the Monkeys (jungle path of solid and floodable land) , recognizing jungle settings, and species for use in ethnobotany and fauna observation.

Upon arriving at the Maikuchiga Island of the Monkeys, contact and interaction with some of the species of recovering monkeys such as White Boqui, Churucos, Frailes , Maiceros, or Capuchinos that are part of the first stage of readaptation to the natural environment.

Talk about the monkey recovery process, behavior, ecological function, stages for reintegration into the natural environment, participation of the Mocagua community, and benefits for the community. Return to the community to enjoy lunch. (visiting the Maikuchiga Island of the Monkeys during the high water season is only possible by canoe).

Later, departure to Puerto Nariño (approximately 30 minutes sailing).

Accommodation at the Hacienda Eware on the outskirts of Puerto Nariño and dinner.

Did you know?

The Island of the Monkeys is also a reservation for the protection and conservation of the Amazonian fauna, in which 5 different ethnic groups coexist who take care of our great natural wealth.

Amazon TraditionsBreakfast.

Visit the Moroapu maloca, Maloca Ticuna, or grandparents' house, where we will learn about the traditional crops of species used in traditional medicine, the grandparents will tell us stories and sing in their mother tongue, learning about the crafts of the Ticuna indigenous people such as chambira fabrics and Yanchama painting (palm fibers and tree bark) and we will learn the skills in the use of a blowgun and the bow and arrow.

Lunch in Puerto Nariño and visit the natural manger of Colombia, city tour, and visit the Natutama foundation, where they will give us a talk about dolphins and other mammals of the Amazon.

Visit the Naipata, viewpoint where we will have a spectacular panoramic view of Puerto Nariño and the Amazon River.

Later, we will visit the lakes of Tarapoto, with the option of swimming in its waters and observing the pink and gray dolphins of the Amazon.

Return, dinner, and accommodation at the Ewaré farm.

Did you know?

The name ticuna was given to these groups by their neighbors and possibly means 'black body' or 'black face', alluding to their custom of painting their skin with the black paint obtained from the fruit of the huito.

Return and end of the experienceBreakfast.

Departure by boat to Leticia. City tour Leticia and Tabatinga by Taxi (approximately 2 hours).

Visit the Leticia market and the artisan galleries, the border of Tabatinga Brazil and Leticia Colombia, the Tabatinga market, the Tabatinga commercial area, and the Comara viewpoint.

Airport transfer.

What includes?

  • Transfer Airport - Hotel - Airport in Leticia
  • Transportation on tours
  • Bilingual professional tour guide
  • Tickets to activities detailed in the itinerary
  • 7 Breakfasts, 6 Lunches, 7 Dinners
  • 7 nights accommodation
  • Hydration
  • Souvenir: Canteen and raincoat
  • Assistance card

What NOT Includes?

  • Air tickets to and from Leticia
  • Tips
  • Expenses not specified
  • Tourism Tax COP 45.000 per person

Hotels where you will stay

Reserva Natural Heliconias

Brasil
Reserva Natural Heliconias or Similar

- 3 Nights

Reserva Flor de Loto

Leticia
Reserva Flor de Loto or Similar

- 1 Night

Reserva Natural Marasha

Peru
Reserva Natural Marasha or Similar

- 1 Night

Hacienda Ewaré

Puerto Nariño
Hacienda Ewaré or Similar

- 2 Nights

Prices and Dates

7 Nights and 8 Days

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  • Book with USD 100 per person and the balance in installments until 100% is complete 20 days before the date of your trip.
  • In the case of booking international air tickets you must pay 100% of the value of the tickets
  • For this tour you must have a current international vaccination certificate against yellow fever (minimum of 10 days before the trip) and against tetanus, which is mandatory for any program.
  • It is recommended that the traveler wear comfortable clothing that allows free movement, light and fresh (bring light-colored clothing, not black or dark clothing) such as t-shirts, long-sleeved shirts, swimwear, caps or hats, sunglasses, sport or trekking shoes, enough socks as well as swamp boots, headlamps or flashlights with their respective batteries. Repellent, sunscreen, and personal hygiene items.
  • It is recommended that the traveler carry a waterproof auxiliary bag during the tours to protect their belongings such as cameras, cell phones, among others. Also carry luggage throughout the trip with only what is necessary.

  • Prices subject to change and availability.
  • To guarantee the reservation, payments must be made on the stipulated dates, through one of the enabled payment methods. In case of non-compliance with your payment, Caminos de Colombia may cancel all the services of your reservation and apply the corresponding penalty detailed in changes and cancellations.
  • The tour is a shared service, if the minimum operation or minimum capacity is not reached, the personalized tour service will be offered for registered people with an increase prior to the client's authorization.
  • If you are allergic to consuming any type of food or if you suffer from an allergy or phobia towards animals, inform your guide at the beginning of the excursion.
  • Do not throw garbage (non-biodegradable type) during your trip through river bodies, jungle or at any other point where you visit on the tours.
  • DO NOT buy hunting products (skins, feathers, skulls, teeth, and others) to help conserve these species.
  • We do not support the trafficking, collection and commercialization of illegal flora and fauna species. / Law 17 of 1981 We protect wild fauna and flora and prevent their illegal commercialization.
  • Respect cultural resources. All tourist activities must be carried out with respect for the artistic, archaeological and cultural heritage. Law 63 of 1986 prohibit and prevent the importation, exploitation and transfer of illicit ownership of cultural property, signed in Paris on November 17, 1970 and Law 299 of 1996. We are committed against illegal trafficking of Cultural Heritage in accordance with the Law 397 of 1997.

  • Check the conditions of changes and cancellations, their respective dates and penalties for each departure of the Tour before booking, if you want more information visit our Cancellation Policy by clicking HERE
  • The Hotel will reserve the right to apply a charge for the value of one night to those passengers who wish to register before 3:00 p.m., after verifying the hotel's availability. Also applicable for Late Check-Out in those cases in which people wish to leave after 12:00 p.m.
  • The Hotel will reserve the right to apply a charge corresponding to one night's accommodation at the contracted rate when a passenger, while at the Hotel, wishes to advance their departure date to the one confirmed in the reservation.
  • For air tickets, penalties apply according to the policies of each airline.

In furtherance of the provisions of Article 17 of Law 679 of 2001, Caminos de Colombia warns tourists that sexual exploitation and abuse of minors in the country are criminally, and administratively sanctioned by current laws. Likewise, and to comply with Resolution 3840 of December 24, 2009, and according to Article 1 of Law 1336 of July 21, 2009, in Caminos de Colombia, we welcome and promote local and international standards and laws regarding the prevention of exploitation, pornography and sexual tourism with minors, as well as the protection of the human rights of girls, boys, and adolescents, and in general all those that tend to care for and defend the entire vulnerable population.

Complying with article 17 of law 679 of 2001, the agency warns tourists that sexual exploitation and abuse of children and adolescents in the country are criminally and administratively sanctioned by Colombian laws. National Tourism Registry: 34528 & 34529

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