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GAIRA V.I.P TE PRESENTA LOS MEJORES PLANES
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English version

MALOKAS

 

  AMAZON ADVENTURE

 

 AMACAYACU  PARK


 

 

AMAZONAS AMACAYACU PARK

 

 

 

 

Is in the middle of the Colombian Amazon to 1 hour and 35 minutes by speedboat

the city of Leticia. The landscape is typical of the tropical rainforest of forests

floodplains, land, swamps, bogs, mothers and old river systems

representative of the area.


At 293,500 acres, 468 species of birds inhabit, 150 great diversity of mammals

reptiles and fishes at a floating vegetation part represented by a giant lotus up

and a half meters in diameter and trees on land reaching 40 meters forming the

canopy, the main attraction of the park inviting to walk 27 meters above the floor.

                       


Services - Lodging

Maloka has seven private (indigenous houses), each equipped with balcony overlooking the river, fan and wardrobe in double or triple accommodations and seventh named Victoria Maloka Amazon with a maximum family accommodation for 4 people.

FOUR NIGTHS   $ 750 USD

 


 

 

Amacayacu-LITER
Additionally, the park has two modules shared rooms with total capacity of 42 persons and communal bathrooms made up of 6 health and 6 showers, for both men and women.

FOUR NIGTHS   $ 612 USD

 

 


 

 

INCLUDES:

- Card entry to the park Amacayacu.
- Airport transfers, hotel, airport.
- Accommodation as the accommodation chosen.
- Breakfast and dinner.
- Airline ticket (except for the fee to combine).
- Hiking trail Nainekumaw, sightings of dolphins and promotion to the canopy.

DO NOT INCLUDE:

- Card entry to Leticia.
- Cost overruns on fuel economy and administration fee.
- Personal expenses and unspecified in the program.


 



 

ACTIVITIES

CANOPY

Approximate length: 3 hours
Hours: 6:00 a.m. 6:00 p.m.
Number of people: 6

Action adventure about 1 kilometer journey from the jungle to reach the Ceiba which has more than 300 years of life, where you can climb through rope or ladder to the first platform to 30 meters in height.
The platform will be seen the treetops, inhabitants of the heights as birds, monkeys and insects and the Amazon River. After crossing a suspension bridge 65 meters in length to a second platform located 26 meters high in the tree Capinurí and there is rappel down ropes.


OBSERVATION  Pink Dolphins


Duration: 8 hours.
Hours: 8:30 a.m.
Number of people: Maximum 6 per boat.

Visit to the lakes of Tarapoto where you will have the opportunity to enjoy the scenery, observe the gray and pink dolphins (subject to weather conditions), swimming and learn about the myths and legends of indigenous communities. Work continues towards the people of Puerto Narino, a town of Amazonas, considered the Manger de la Selva, where they have sustainable practices such as the prohibition of motorized vehicles on its streets. Then they will have lunch. Tour of sites of interest, ending at the Foundation Omacha and share with tourists the research conducted on the gray and pink dolphins and other species that inhabit the Amazon River and its tributaries.

Includes: River transport Amacayacu Park-Lake, Nariño Tarapoto-Port Park Amacayacu, environmental interpreter, snacks and lunch.


HIKING TRAIL AND CEIBA NAINEKUMAW

Starts at the Visitors Center YEWAE (Anaconda - Mother of the water) where an officer gives a talk about the trees in the region. Continue on the Path NAIMEKUMAW (Way of the jungle), during his tour animals are seen as monkeys, butterflies, insects and vegetation. It appreciates the Ceiba. Depending on the season in which the walk along the path it is possible to traverse the path in a native canoe if water level permits. It lasts approximately 40 minutes (half mile) and culminates in the Visitors Center YEWAE.

 

ISLAND OF MONKEIS

Duration: approximately 6 hours
Hours: 8:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m.
Number of people: 6

Sanctuary of fauna and flora of the region situated opposite the village of Santa Sofia. Tour of about an hour and a half from downtown Yewae visitors to the island, browsing the Amazon River passing through the towns of Vergel, Macedonia and Hagia Sophia.

Walk for 20 minutes about the island where you can meet and feed the monkeys of the species Frayle.

 

 

How to Get There

AeroRepublica air or Satena to the city of Leticia, where on arrival must pay a tax of entry and it is recommended to produce the certificate of vaccination against yellow fever. At the airport Vasquez Cobo may take a taxi to transport it to the dock where you can find a boat that will take in 1 hour and 45 minutes to the Park Amacayacu.

Hours: daily shipments by boat:
Leticia - Park Amacayacu: 8:00 a.m., 10:00 a.m. and 2:00 p.m.
Park Amacayacu - Leticia: 7:30 a.m., 11:00 a.m. and 4:30 p.m.

 

 

 

Prices subject to change without notice and availability.

 

 

CONTACTO  EMAIL gerenciagairavip@yahoo.es 

MSM gairavip@hotmail.com

Phone number United State and Canadá (305) 320 3689   U.S.A

 

 


 


 

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SOLICITUDES Y CONTACTO  EMAIL gerenciagairavip@yahoo.es 

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Telefono en Bogota    (571)  3 059322 

celular 316 4541745

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 Numero Telefónico para clientes en Estados Unidos y Canadá

(305) 320 3689

 

 

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