It is believed that the pre-Inca Kuelap fortress began to build in the c. VIII. Its archaeological remains will delight history lovers. Gocta waterfall is the third tallest in the world and you can access it from the top, where the waterfall, is born as from the second level, drenching you in its ancient water, that if they could talk would have the most fascinating stories. Fortunately, and to compensate, we have a few local guides who explain the history that have been collected of this extraordinary place. From this route, with six viewpoints which provide indescribable views of the spectacular waterfall, you’ll see insects, butterflies, orchids, the gallito of rocks and the spatula tailed Hummingbird. In addition, during these tours in the Amazon you can visit the Sonche and Huan Urco towering canyons and visit the artist Miguel Huaman, who works with wood from fallen trees to respect the environment. You can also visit the town of Huancas, declared cultural patrimony of the nation in 2012, where you can buy crafts and meet locals and communities who work the production of cane. It is also interesting to visit the Museum of Leymebamba, which houses more than 200 mummies of Chachapoyas culture, exquisite for the lovers of archaeology already that this culture is situated between the years 800 A. D. and 1570 A. D.
Cataract is an hour from the city of Chachapoyas and Kuelap two hours. Chachapoyas is located in the area known geographically as “eyebrow of jungle”, that is the transition between the Andes and the jungle, and is about 2000 m of altitude above sea level.
– How to get to the site: You can land in the city of Jaén and it´s two and a half hours by road to Chachapoyas. We organize all routes and will accompany you on all sides.
– Duration: 3 to 4 days.
– Where will you sleep: In different hotels in the area.
This experience offers you live in the forest in a way totally immersive, enjoying the variety of adventures offered by the forest and discover its infinite biodiversity.
The plane rides provide a unique perspective to understand the vastness of the Amazon rainforest, its wealth of landscapes and the wealth of winding curves of the longest river in the world.
What better way to travel to the Amazon with a person who has lived in the jungle, is passionate about it and knows its best secrets!
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The Expeditions present the best way of getting to know the Amazon based on interaction with nature and native communities.
This route is for those who wish to learn about the shamanic culture explained by a local shaman and expert in Amazonian medicinal plants, and who also want to know the history, culture and traditions of the Amazonian people.
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