Day 1: Visit to the Malocas of the Talcana Ground transfer to km 14 of the Leticia - Tarapacá road, walk to enter to the Maloca (1 hour approx), secondary forests. Observation of flora and fauna, traditional crops known as ‘chagras’. Welcome to the maloca (informal visit). Cultural exchange Rituals (coca, tobacco, yagé), traditional foods and native architecture. Myths and legends. Customs and habits. Emphasis on indigenous culture and traditions. Accommodation in the maloca, hammocks with mosquito nets. Native rustic infrastructure, exterior improvised toilets type latrine. Wood stove. Dinner and rest.
Day 2: Camping in the northeast jungle of Leticia Breakfast at the maloca and trekking start to jungles less intervened (4 hours approx.), Refreshments and lunch in camp, camping (campfire, hammocks with mosquito net), reconnaissance and exploration of the area without luggage, wildlife and flora observation. Dinner, night activity: tales of the jungle, observation of fauna and flora, fishing (depending on the weather and water levels) and rest in the hammocks.
Day 3: Jungle trek and air camp in the ‘Dosel’/ Canopy Early breakfast and walk to the highway. Lunch. Transfer to the Agape Nature Reserve, swim in the ravine, rest in hammocks. Walk to the tree (15 min.), Climbing with a single rope and safety harnesses to the ‘dosel’ platform at 35 m height. Observation of the sunset, birds, epiphytic plants. Dinner and optional accommodation or air camp in the ‘dosel’ (canopy). Emphasis on nature and adventure. Light dinner and accommodation on the wooden platform with mattresses, blankets and mosquito net. Or tree descent and return to the headquarters of the Agape Nature Reserve. Rustic wooden infrastructure, multiple accommodation, beds with mosquito net, shared outdoor bathrooms.
Day 4: Amazon river and Javarí (Colombia border, Peru, Brazil) Breakfast at the headquarters of the Agape Nature Reserve. Jungle trek (1 hour approx.) To the Ti Kuna community of San Pedro (in high water season) and crossing in kayak the ravine and Yahaurcaca lakes (4 hours approx) .or a smoother alternative or in low water season: walk To the road. Ground transfer to la Cholita harbor. Kayaking trip (except in the season of very low water, more or less for the months of September and October). Navigation through the ravine and lakes Yahuarcaca. Observation of birds and aquatic plants. Arrival at the tourist resort Flor de Loto on the banks of the Amazon River, observation of the so-called Victoria Regia (Lotus Flower).