Albergue Tacana

Address: Comunidad Tacana, Km 11, Leticia, Colombia | Hostel
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This hostel is located on Comunidad Tacana, Km 11, Leticia.
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      Travel Blogs from Leticia

      Amazonia-Leticia... Day 88

      A travel blog entry by chrisandimbi on Nov 26, 2014

      1 comment, 5 photos

      ... looking forward to the final leg of our time in South America.

      Back in Leticia, we said goodbye to Ramiro who had been an amazing guide from who we learnt a lot. Not keen to blend back into civilisation just yet, we stayed 10kms out of town at a 'rainforest' lodge in a simple cabin, no WIFI and cold water. The sounds of the jungle were still around us, although somewhat spoilt by the echo of music down the road.

      Amazonia... Days 84-87

      A travel blog entry by chrisandimbi on Nov 22, 2014

      2 comments, 30 photos

      ... three cabins and a basic kitchen/dinning room, based in primary high jungle. The best part for us was that we were the only guests. We met our English speaking guide Ramiro, and a second guide who was not English speaking named Avelardo. Avelardo was more of a tracker and navigator, belonging to the Yagus tribe local to the area we were staying. After lunch, we had an hour or so to relax and at this point, we were in complete tranquility. The only noises we could hear were ...

      Leticia... Day 83

      A travel blog entry by chrisandimbi on Nov 21, 2014

      2 photos

      ... quite possibly the only place in the world that sells 5litre BAGS of water... The town borders Peru and is separated by a river with no checkpoint. We went to the wharf to have a look around and were unimpressed with the sights. We do however feel very safe here and although its presentation is less than impressive, the street vibe is great. Having said all of that, we came here for the jungle, not the town itself. The weather is now ...

      Day 57: River Boat, Benjamin Constance, Tabatinga

      A travel blog entry by jsedwin on Sep 05, 2014

      28 photos

      ... small city/town. It was a very interesting walk. It was almost pleasant, despite the third world living conditions and trash everywhere. I've never seen a place that cared so little about trash removal. It was pretty disgusting. There wasn't even a place to throw out my can of Malta soda (a sweet malty soft drink). When we returned to the boat, I went upstairs to have a smoke with Steven and chat about traveling. When we came back downstairs, ...

      Welcome to the jungle

      A travel blog entry by tomellams on Aug 13, 2014

      ... the sap of and ones the emit a strong poison if you cut them. Back to the local people for lunch, after which we went off to try and see sloths... We did and it was amazing to see them in their natural habitat, but they were so far up the trees and their camouflage is so good, we didn't get as detailed a view as hoped. The next afternoon activity was piranha fishing from the boat... I caught a little one as well as a sleeper fish and a maracooya (or something like that), Nicky only ...