Javari Expedition

3 days, 2 nights


Remember, you can make any reservation by paying 10% of the total price.


The Javary Expedition is an authentic experience with direct contact with family members of indigenous community.

Local guides accompany you during your stay on hikes in the rainforest and on boat trips on the Amazon River. Discover the breathtaking wildlife, fish, learn exciting stories about the Amazon and much more incredible adventures are ahead of you.


Day 1

  • Departure from Leticia at 9 a.m.
  • 1 hour boat tour on the Amazon River to the indigenous community.
  • Approximately 20 minutes walk to the house of a local indigenous family.
  • Accommodation in the place and its rooms
  • Sport fishing
  • Traditional lunch
  • Walk in the jungle
  • Sighting of animals in their natural habitat until 5.30 p.m.
  • Return to the house
  • Traditional dinner

Day 2

  • Breakfast at 8 a.m.
  • Visit to the indigenous community
  • Traditional lunch at 12:30 a.m.
  • Preparation for camping at 2:00 p.m.
  • Night walk to see tarantulas, scorpions, caimans, etc.
  • Traditional dinner
  • Sleeping in the jungle

Day 3

  • Breakfast at 8 a.m.
  • Departure by boat at 9 a.m.
  • Sighting of dolphins
  • Return to the house
  • Traditional lunch
  • Return to Leticia after lunch


Two nights in a hotel in Leticia (the night before and the night after the tour) ; pick up from the airport to the hotel ; transport ; camping equipment ; food ; hydration ; activities ; local guides ; medical insurance ; jungle equipment (hammock, mosquito net, boots, etc.).


Rates include Transport, breakfast, lunch, hydration, activities, local guide, English speaking guide, travel insurance.

*Promo rates are only available for bookings 30 days in advance.

Flights & Transport Only ground and boat transport

Group Size Small Group – 6 max

**For groups larger than 6 people we split and organize to respect loading capacity in visited places, letting visitors and locals enjoy every visit.


This project is based on 4 pillars that explicitly promise a radical change towards a real tourist sustainability.

1. Wild species are visited only in their natural environment, not exposing them to direct contact with humans to avoid the vulnerability and disrespect through the abuse of technology and ‘animal selfie’.

2. The local guides or ‘baquianos’ are mainly former hunters and former hunters who have decided to release their shotgun to tie a photographic camera and become image hunters in the jungle, promoting thus the respect to the natural environment visited by the tourists.

3. Visits to the indigenous settlements are carried out respecting a tolerable loading capacity and that does not alter the form of life of these small communities. Visitors learn how they live today in Amazonas by carrying out the same activities accompanied by local guides and avoiding cultural exploitation in the region.

4. Regional gastronomy is the main source of economic income for peasants and indigenous people in the Amazon. To achieve touristic sustainability, it is necessary to promote regional products only in the menu offered to tourists who come to visit a place full of biodiversity, where we can find hundreds of species and fruits that allow to provide an authentic experience in this aspect, reducing the environmental impact of each visit and opening new gastronomic fusion markets for responsible eco visitors in search of vegan, vegetarian and regional options.


At the request of the visitors it is possible to spend the night in the house of some members of the community or camping in the jungle. The menu of meals may vary according to the season and the preferences of the visitors. The guide service is provided by local guides from the region.


$ 350 USD (1 person)

$ 270 USD per person (2 people)

$ 250 USD per person (3 people or more)



All tours start in Leticia City.

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