Hotel Anaconda

Address: Carrera 11, Leticia, Colombia | Hotel
 
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This hotel is located on Carrera 11, Leticia.
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Travel Blogs from Leticia

Leticia: a hectic intro to the Amazon.

A travel blog entry by mattmantle on Sep 30, 2014

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... exit stamp for the next day. We couldn’t do this on the day we arrived, as it is only valid when 24 hours in advance.

Step 2) get a taxi boat from the main port in Leticia over to Isla Santa Rosa (in Peru) to get our entry stamp into Peru, for when we arrive in Iquitos. You can’t do this when boarding the boat, as the immigration office is closed at 3am (which is when the boat leaves)

Step 3) organise a taxi for 2am Thursday morning ...

Day 57: River Boat, Benjamin Constance, Tabatinga

A travel blog entry by jsedwin on Sep 05, 2014

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... Ceviche and I figured that, since I was in a city that borders Peru, this would be a good place to start. I ordered the misto ceviche (mixed) which consisted of a giant plate of Pirarucu (a giant Amazon River fish, fresh water shrimp that had, amazingly, not been salted and were deshelled, and octopus. It was served with potatoes and fried and salted corn kernels (similar to, but way better than corn nuts). I was in heaven. They took a ...

Remote Amazon Jungle Town

A travel blog entry by zoeandluke on Jun 10, 2014

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A quick 2hr flight and we hit the heat and humidity of Leticia. Leticia is a bustling border town in the middle of the Colombia Amazon. It's over 1000km from any major town and can only be reached by plane or boat. It’s was bigger, nosier and more lively than we expected and the heat was stifling especially when the sun was out. We knew we were in the jungle with bugs everwhere, swarms of wasps and humidity that affected even Zoe. We stayed for one night ...

Colombia's Amazon!

A travel blog entry by ashhigh on Jun 04, 2014

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... which originates from a glacier in Peru and flows all the way to the Atlantic Ocean, all 6,400km of it! The humidity and heat is so unbearable you don't really want to leave the comfort of air conditioning but we had to eat so we made ourselves be brave and headed out... The town itself is a lot nicer than we expected for what is effectively a transport hub for communities in the Amazon Jungle. We found ourselves a tasty set lunch for £3 ...

Here We Go Amazon Rainforest

A travel blog entry by ebzh on Apr 28, 2014

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... on tracks, he couldn't work anymore for a good while. Nice one, I ended up helping him few times to pass a gear, hold the steering. Then I got the slowest guy ever at the brazilian immigration office, experienced a power cut that blocked my checking, etc. The lucky one, you know.

A bit late but arrived on time, I can see plenty of spaces up there. Big police checking looking inside every single thing in my bag. All good, let's start this 4 days on the river.
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