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Observación de aves

Bird watching in Quinini hill April 19, 2015

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Expeditions to Mavecure Hills, 2014-2015

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tatacoa

Expeditions to Tatacoa Desert, 2015

We will explore one of the geological Colombian wonders; wonderful formations and “moonscapes” with amazing colors.
Ciudad Perdida

Lost City Expeditions, 2015 and 2016

The Archaeological Park Teyuna, also known as "Lost City", home of the Tayrona people, the most monumental pre-Columbian civilization of the country, is located in this sierra.
Mavecure

Expeditions to Mavecure Hills and El Tuparro Natural Park, 2014-2015

Mavecure Mountains are located in Guainia department, three hours from Puerto Inírida. Those are large areas of rainforest inhabited by indigenous communities and three huge rocks of 250 meters as an impressive lookout over the Guainia jungle.
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Cano Cristales June to December, 2015

La Macarena hill range is considered by scientists all over the world as one of the most important wildlife refuges in the planet.
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Whale watching in Bahia Malaga July to November, 2015

Appreciate with us the arrival of the Humpback whale; one of the most amazing spectacles of nature.
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