Hotel Malokamazonas

Address: Calle 8 No. 5 -49, Leticia, Colombia | 3 star ranch
 
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This 3 star ranch is located on Calle 8 No. 5 -49, 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

      ... Pink River Dolipins and spent some time observing them and trying to desperately get a good head shot....

      We we had our last lunch at the lodge and a few cocktails, before saying goodbye to the Amazon. We have had a a amazing 5 days out here which thankfully, very much exceeded our expectations. The only thing we would have changed, were the amount of mosquito we encountered! Although sad to leave, we are ...

      Amazonia... Days 84-87

      A travel blog entry by chrisandimbi on Nov 22, 2014

      2 comments, 30 photos

      ... provided with gumboots (wellies) for the muddy trek. Following a relatively small local man who was carrying a large and heavy cool box strapped around his head, I could barely keep up. At one point he had darted around a corner so quick, he was completely out of sight. By the time we reached the lodge, we were feeling a little swampy! As for our little friend, he looked as though he had barely broken a sweat! We were impressed with the lodge, called Tupana Aru U, which ...

      Leticia... Day 83

      A travel blog entry by chrisandimbi on Nov 21, 2014

      2 photos

      ... t have much to offer. Being a reasonably aesthetically unpleasing town, its main draw card is of course the Amazon. Other than that, it's main attraction seems to be a park in the middle of the city, which thousands of parrots flock to every night just before sunset. Being a supposed 'spectacle' we were disappointed to only witness a few dozen parrots at a time fly to the trees, rather than the hundreds at once we were expecting. It ...

      Day 57: River Boat, Benjamin Constance, Tabatinga

      A travel blog entry by jsedwin on Sep 05, 2014

      28 photos

      Yesterday, I slept through until lunch, due to the previous night of drinking and conversing until 3am. Then Ricardo and I played some chess. To my satisfaction, I beat him in both games, fair and square, without any help. The man is a great teacher. We then arrived at Benjamin Constance port, the last stop before Tabatiga, a mere two hour ride left ahead. We were to be in Benjamin Constance for 5 hours so a bunch of us got off and walked ...

      Welcome to the jungle

      A travel blog entry by tomellams on Aug 13, 2014

      ... went pretty deep into the jungle. Before we got there, we spotted first grey, then pink dolphins and stopped to watch them for a while (pink ones are supposed to be pretty rare in the wild). Eventually we reached an indigenous community where we left our stuff and went off for a jungle trek... within seconds we'd seen a tarantula in a tree and soon after were capuchin monkeys, as well as various birds and bugs. Miguel also taught us a bit about the various - rubber trees, trees you ...