Waira Suites Hotel

Carrera 10 #7 - 36, Leticia, Colombia | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Carrera 10 #7 - 36, Leticia.
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Travel Blogs from Leticia

Colombia's Amazon

A travel blog entry by wildkriv on Aug 14, 2014

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As we crossed the border into Colombia, we completed one of our aims of the year - to visit every country on the South American continent...

Colombia's Amazon makes up a third of the national territory but with hardly a trace of infrastructure. Leticia could be considered the end of the road in Colombia, that is if it wasn't located more than 800km from the nearest national highway. Lying in splendid isolation in ...

Slow boat to Manaus

A travel blog entry by trumbo10 on Jun 14, 2014

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... of the shops, are closed on Sundays so I headed back to the port in Tabatinga (Brazilian border town) early on Monday morning.

I had heard rumors that a slow boat to Manaus would take 3-4 days and that they might leave on Tuesdays. When I arrived at the port, the sellers reassured me that, indeed, the boat to Manaus would leave on Tuesday and arrive at 7 am on Friday morning (barring any unusual circumstances). I bought my ticket ($100 USD) ...

Colombia's Amazon!

A travel blog entry by ashhigh on Jun 04, 2014

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... bought from the market for only £6). The town has an incredible, literally amazing natural phenomenon whereby, around sunset, thousands of Parakeets (a small parrot) fly back from wherever they were in huge groups to sleep in the trees of a square in the centre of town. When we had read about this we were a little apprehensive, like how many birds can there really be!? But we were seriously taken aback by the sheer number of them, it was ...

Leticia and the boat

A travel blog entry by skannyboy on May 22, 2014

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... Hitler. I was with two Germans at the time who found this absolutely hilarious. After lunch I headed to the port to get my boat. The harbour in Leticia is quite organised so it didn't take long to find the right boat to get that would ferry me across the river to an island in the middle called Santa Rosa Which is officially Peruvian. Here I met an Argentine I originally met in Cartagena who didn't speak any English. He showed me to the dock where the launcha (river ...

The triple frontier

A travel blog entry by dan_and_casey on Mar 28, 2014

2 comments, 45 photos

... the growth would continue indefinitely! Some particular impressive trees were used for communication in the jungle - when they were banged with a stick,the sound could be heard for many kilometres away. These were beautiful trees with massive root structures.

Once we got to the village, we entered one of the houses and met the family living there. They were a part of the Tikuna tribe that 'Grandad' had actually started, and the only one who were still ...