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Reserva Natural Palmari Activities

Leticia, Amazon

Fauna & flora 2D - 1N 1 - 6 Pers

Muli-day experience in the Amazon jungle

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Muli-day experience in the Amazon jungle

Spending the night in the jungle is one of the most exciting and surprising experiences you can do in the Amazon. You should try it!

The Nature Reserve Palmari organizes multi-day expeditions through the jungle. You will decide how many days you’re willing to spend there! With the help of your local guide, you create your itinerary and get all the food and gear you need for that adventure.

Don’t worry. You don’t have to be a super adventurer to survive one night in the jungle and enjoy the eerie atmosphere of the Amazon.

Once everything is ready, you grab your backpack and follow your guide on paths used by the autochthonous. The hike isn’t complicated as the trails are flat, but the humidity and the many mosquitos make the experience quite challenging. Fortunately, the jungle atmosphere and lush vegetation help you to focus on other things.

Ask your guide if you want to learn about the fauna and flora. Although he is not a biologist, he’s got an in-depth knowledge of Mother Nature.

At the end of the day, you will have to help him to set up the base camp. The zone has been cleared previously, and you only have to hang your hammock with your mosquito net and a waterproof tarp to prevent the rain from entering. Keep your mosquitos net well closed to avoid insects to get inside and wake you up during your sleep. 😉

Then, enjoy a delicious typical dinner cooked over a food fire and drink some Cachaça before heading to your hammock and sleep like a baby. Be soothed by the jungle noise at night and be woken up early by its inhabitants for a new adventure!

Include this stunning activity to your Colombia itinerary if you’re looking for a once in a lifetime experience in the deep Amazon forest.

❤️ What we like

  • Transportation is taken care of
  • Excellent organization
  • Professionalism
  • Personal local guide
  • Broad range of activities
  • Beverages at will
  • Stunning site
  • Once in a lifetime jungle experience

About Reserva Natural Palmari Activities

It’s quite an adventure to arrive in the Nature Reserve Palmari, which is located in the Brazil part of the Amazon. Fortunately, transportation is entirely managed by the staff, from your arrival in the Amazon to your wooden cabin in the middle of the jungle.

After a 3-h boat trip on the river Javary, you’re welcome in a beautiful and well laid out property that fits perfectly with its environment by a staff composed of indigenous living in the community nearby and young volunteers who help for the translations.

Inside the Reserva Palmari, everything is taken care of thanks to an excellent organization. At your arrival, you get your local private guide who organizes and accompanies your daily activities at your convenience.

Typical meals are served at a fixed time, on the main table, with all the other guests and staff. It’s a peaceful moment where you can mingle with everyone. Moreover, beers, caipirinha, and non-alcoholic beverages are freely offered.

By choosing Palmari, you can be sure that your stay is going to be memorable. You won’t need to worry about anything except picking your favorite activities at your pace, observing the fauna and flora, and embracing nature.

Payment details

50% down payment. Multi-day stay that includes everything. Prices decrease according to the number of people.

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