Mavicure — Orinoquia Colombiana
From the immensity of the Guyanese shield, the imposing of the rocky hills of Mavicure and the Inírida River Star, welcome you to an explosion of biodiversity and local culture.
5 days / starting at 823 USD* / $3'127.000 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
Wilderness and Expeditions
One of the last places where the pristine waters of its rivers show us the purity of the earth before the arrival of man
Populated by indigenous people, it is a region of Colombia where since ancient times its people have lived with nature in an absolute example of sustainability and simplicity characterized by their respect for fauna and flora. Its catinga forests are determined by its ancient soils belonging to the Guyanese shield. The average temperature of 25 ° C, and its height ranges from 95 to 205 m.s.n.m
What will you live?
You will find yourself immersed in a journey through the eastern tip of Colombia where geography, naturalism and exploration will allow you to write a book with the power to evoke the adventures of Shultes and Humboldt, great discoverers of this area of the country. - Tracing the Atabapo, Inirida and Orinoco rivers in search of magical experiences, we will learn from the magic of indigenous communities and their strange customs. We will ascend to the hills of Mavicure, incredible formations of the Guyanese shield.
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.
Professional biologist who is passionate about marine mammals, botany and arthropods. Andres sailed for 5 years, researching and protecting marine mammals as a biologist for the International Tropical Tuna Commission (ITTAC), Over the past 32 years, Andres has climbed mountains above 22,200 feet and has performed deep-sea scuba diving down to 265 feet, while in freediving he has reached depths of over 100 feet; he has also spent over 75 days sailing the high seas.
You will sleep in shelters with the indigenous community in rustic cabins with hammocks and communal bathrooms and one night we will spend it in a nature reserve.
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 lodging||23%|
|Operation and administration||18%|
|Sales and marketing||14%|
|Contribution to a local cause||2%|
|Fees and taxes||17%|
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