The department of Amazonas, whose capital is Leticia has an altitude varying between zeros. Eighty meters above sea level, its climate usually stays at about 27 degrees Celsius and humidity can rise up to 92%. The Amazon River the largest deepest and deepest of the world feeds gives life to a great variety of fauna flora creating an ecosystem so immense that there is no other that can be compared in the whole world.
In addition, in the surroundings of the great river, other affluent are found causal and important that facilitate the commercial and tourist access between the different populations of the forest. Go hiking through this visit natural parks navigate the Amazon River observe the fauna and flora. The practice of canopy is also common among tourists who visit the area climb trees 35 meters in height.
Then jump towards down through its branches by paths of more than eighty meters of distance. Sleep in the cup of a Ceiba under the infinite compass of the moon. The stars while the night-under an old and organic orchestra-is imposed the music that carries with it the torrid sounds that emerge from the jungle.
Leticia is an active trading center surrounded by trails that lead to the interior of forests and places where ecotourism and adventure activities can be practiced. The famous tourist pier of the city divides (with an imaginary line) the border between Peru and Brazil. From this point, it is possible to visit the Amazon of both countries.
From the Colombian territory, the Amazon can be reached by air and by river (from Puerto Nariño) and by air, from Bogota. When arriving at the airport Alfredo (in Leticia) the tourist will be charged a tax of eight dollars for his entrance.
The activities vary according to the interest of the traveler from extreme sports to quiet breaks on the beach, facing the sea, with a lush landscape and natural environment. For tourists who are passionate about animals, during the months of July, August, September and October. They can observe humpback whales that choose these months to mate and feed their calves.http://www.travelerstrails.com/infinite-magic-amazon.htmlhttp://www.travelerstrails.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/08/Amazon.jpghttp://www.travelerstrails.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/08/Amazon-150x150.jpgAfrica Vacationamazon