Native groups in the Amazon( Kamsás )

Kamsás The Kamentza People, also called Kamsá, Kamëntšá, Camsá or Kamnsá, inhabit their ancestral territory in the Sibundoy Valley, in the middle of the eastern mountains of the Colombian South Andes, in a space of transition and integration of the Andean and Amazonian worlds. . The Kamentza people have councils in the municipalities of Sibundoy, […]

Native groups in the Amazon( Inga )

Ingas The Inga are heirs to the Quechua language and it is estimated that there are currently about 4,000 Ingas living in 33 surrounding villages in the municipality of Sibundoy. Within this culture, its history is transmitted by the elders around the tulpa (hearth), a ritual that is still repeated daily within the community, in […]

Clear Waters Nature Reserve(Colombia)

Clear Waters Nature Reserve The Aguas Claras Nature Reserve is located about 20 km from Leticia, the capital of the Amazonas department of Colombia, on the road that leads to Tarapacá. In rainy seasons you can also access this nature reserve by the river. It has an area of ​​15.1 hectares and is 150 meters […]

Fauna In Leticia Amazon(Scarlet Macaw)

Amazon Fauna The Amazon is home to the greatest biodiversity on the planet. This is not quite surprising considering that it is the largest tropical forest on the planet, with an area of 5,500,000 km². The abundance of sunlight and water are some of the reasons why this area is so biologically rich. Even though […]

Native groups in the Amazon( Ticuna )

Ticuna The Ticuna make up the most numerous indigenous people in the Brazilian Amazon. With a history marked by the violent entry of rubber tappers, fishermen and loggers into the Solimões River region, it was only in the 1990s that they achieved official recognition of most of their lands. Currently, they face the challenge of […]

Fauna In Leticia Amazon(TitiMonkey)

Amazon fauna The Amazon is home to the greatest biodiversity on the planet. This is not quite surprising considering that it is the largest tropical forest on the planet, with an area of 5,500,000 km². The abundance of sunlight and water are some of the reasons why this area is so biologically rich. Even though […]

Native groups in the Amazon( Tucanos )

Tucanos The Tucanos are an ethnic group distributed in 3 Latin American countries such as Colombia, Brazil and Venezuela, in which the highest concentration of these indigenous people is found in Brazil, followed by Colombia and finally Venezuela with a minority group. The indigenous communities in Colombia fight for the preservation of their culture, especially […]

Fauna In Leticia Amazon(Spider monkey)

Amazon fauna The Amazon is home to the greatest biodiversity on the planet. This is not quite surprising considering that it is the largest tropical forest on the planet, with an area of 5,500,000 km². The abundance of sunlight and water are some of the reasons why this area is so biologically rich. Even though […]

Native groups in the Amazon( Yagua )

Yagua Yagua, Yahuna, Ñihamwo, Yihamwo, Nihamwo or Mishara is an indigenous people that live in the province of Mariscal Ramón Castilla and the province of Putumayo, both in the department of Loreto, Peru and in the reservations of Santa Sofía and El Progreso, in the Colombian department of Amazonas. There are more than 11,000 people, […]

Fauna In Leticia Amazon(Pink dolphin)

Amazon fauna The Amazon is home to the greatest biodiversity on the planet. This is not quite surprising considering that it is the largest tropical forest on the planet, with an area of 5,500,000 km². The abundance of sunlight and water are some of the reasons why this area is so biologically rich. Even though […]