Casanare — Orinoquia Region

To the beat of the Corocoras, one of the last places where the Neotropic wildlife still exists

5 days / starting at 1195 USD* / $4'541.000 COP*
*Minimum value per person for a group of 5 people
**We work with dynamic rates, this means that the cost will depend on the number of people and the dates of your trip

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Fauna and Flora Sighting

We will look for the best light and the great close encounters for photography with the most amazing examples of the South American tropical nature.

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It is one of the most entrenched regions of the country, cradle of the independence movements, we invite you to explore the eternal savannas of the plains of Casanare where the spirit of a region with impetus and authenticity will come to you.

Highly conserved region in its fauna, it is still possible to see all the South American felines as well as exceptional endemic reptiles and birds. Exotic amphibians and insects that inhabit wetlands make the experience unique. Its flora still conserved through time, exposes us very particular forests and plant communities.

An overwhelming experience of the work of the plain with real cowboys that evoke the strength and simplicity of its people. A warm and cool climate at the same time, with plains that see the muleteers and their exceptional cattle run. Its height ranges from 300 to 400 m.a.s.l. and its temperature between 18 and 22 ° C.

What will you live?

Between 4x4 safaris, on horseback and walking, during the day and at night we will explore in search of the best animals accompanied by a biologist Insider who will take us through a natural history tour in the middle of the last tropical wildlife sanctuaries in the world . We will look for the best light and the great close encounters for photography with the most amazing examples of the South American tropical nature.


Km 110 vía Yopal Orocué, San Luís de Palenque, Casanare, Colombia, 5.2818255, -71.7455697, 14, ChIJF5kc0paRbI4RKXRSLyIsgqY, Casanare, 853039, Colombia, CO

In all our journeys you will be accompanied by an Insider Shift. Travel inspirers and explorers, who are part of Shift for their love of nature and their adventurous spirit, their deep knowledge of the flora, fauna, geology and culture of the places we visit. Meet our Insiders, able to reveal the most intimate secrets of the place you visit.

Fernando Arciniegas

Professional adventurer, anthropologist, high seas mariner, diving instructor and outdoor educator. "Lobo" (wolf), as he is known in the scene, has taken part in numerous high mountain expeditions and is strongly involved in educational and awareness programs for emergencies in harsh terrains. He is a rock climbing instructor and high mountain guide. If you see him, he'll say, “What are you waiting for to put a new stamp on your passport?”

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You will stay in a civil society reserve in the heart of the plain, you will sleep in traditional farms with a traditional architecture of the region and a rural lodging in spacious rooms with private bathroom.

Socio-economic Impact


When you travel with us, you make a difference, as you encourage those who welcome you into their homes and communities to become more passionate each day about their role as hosts of Colombia's unfolding to the world.
Below you will find percentages detailing how your money will be invested:

Food and lodging20%
Local labor26%
Operation and administration19%
Sales and marketing14%
Contribution to a local cause2%
Fees and taxes17%

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