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Hojas de banana

Jungle Camping Tour
3 days, 2 nights

This is an exciting tour focused on nature and adventure. You will have the opportunity to sleep in the jungle in hammocks on both nights, instead of in a hotel or in a cabin. While immersed in the Amazon jungle and away from civilization, you will learn traditional fishing techniques and survival methods to prepare some of your meals. On the first night you will sleep in the jungle by Lake Tarapoto and on the second night you will sleep in Tuirupu Jungle, surrounded by the beautiful sounds of the rainforest. 


1 person: please contact us 

2 people: 2 200 000 pesos per person

3 people: 1 700 000 pesos per person

4 people: 1 350 000 pesos per person

5 people: 1 200 000 pesos per person

6 people: 1 100 000 pesos per person



***Boats travel from Leticia to Puerto Nariño at 7:00am, 9:00am, 12:00pm and 2:00pm, so the itinerary can be adapted depending on your time of arrival

  • 6:15am: one of our coordinators in Leticia will pick you up from your hotel 

  • 7:00am you will take the speedboat 2 hours up the Amazon River to Puerto Nariño, where you will meet your guide

  • Take a smaller, private boat on smaller rivers that branch out to the Amazon River to the indigenous community by Lake Tarapoto, while looking for birds and pink and gray dolphins on the way

  • Enter Lake Tarapoto, finally reaching the indigenous community to meet your local guide

  • Go on a jungle hike in flat land to see the ceiba tree, the largest tree species in the Amazon and learn about the Tikuna legend associated with this unforgettable tree

  • Have lunch in a family home in the indigenous community of Tarapoto, cooked by mothers of the community

  • Take the boat to your campsite in the jungle to spend the night and get the hammocks and your belongings ready for the night 

  • Go out by boat to Lake Tarapoto to learn traditional fishing techniques, you may be able to fish piranhas, sardines, carawasu, sabaletas, and other fish

  • Start a campfire to slowly cook your fish over fire and enjoy your dinner in the jungle, which may also include plantains, rice, and salad 

  • Caiman safari by boat when night falls to look for caimans’ yellow or red eyes and learn about this fascinating species, it may also be possible to fish with spears at night

  • Return to the campsite to spend the night in the jungle in hammocks with mosquito nets



  • Wake up at the campsite the next day and have breakfast (may include fruit, fried yucca, bread, coffee) 

  • Return to the indigenous community of Tarapoto and finally to Puerto Nariño 

  • Cross over the Amazon River by boat to visit the indigenous community of San Antonio, Peru, this is another chance to see pink and gray dolphins 

  • Meet your local Peruvian indigenous guide and go on a jungle walk to look for wild sloths

  • Lunch in the indigenous community, cooked by mothers of the community

  • Cross the Amazon River back to Colombia, another opportunity to see pink and gray dolphins.

  • Make a stop in the middle of the Amazon River to walk along the natural sandy island of the Amazon River that can be seen during the dry season 

  • A 25-minute boat ride to the Tuirupu jungle trail, where you will hike through the jungle with a local expert guide to learn about medicinal plants and trees, and finally hike to the campsite where you spend the night to set up the hammocks

  • Dinner at the jungle camp

  • Night walk in the jungle to see insects, frogs, spiders and other nocturnal animals

  • Spend the night in your hammock with a mosquito net at the Tuirupu jungle camp



  • Wake up in the Tuirupu Jungle and have breakfast  

  • Hike in the hilly jungle of Tuirupu, approximately 2 hours to learn survival techniques, the leaf-weaving methods used by indigenous tribes, to learn about medicinal plants and trees and more secrets of the jungle.

  • Return by boat to Puerto Nariño

  • Hike to the Wochine Reserve in the jungle of Puerto Nariño, approximately 40 minutes to see the pirarucu (largest fish species in the Amazon Rainforest)

  • Return to Puerto Nariño for lunch

  • Climb the lookout tower in Puerto Nariño for a panoramic view of the Amazon River and jungle

  • Try delicious homemade ice cream made from Amazonian fruits 

  • 3:30pm: take the speed boat back to Leticia, the tour ends at 5:30pm

  • One of our team members will pick you up at the port of Leticia, and take you to the center of Leticia

  • End of tour

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