Tupana Arü Ü Nature Reserve is located 60 km (37 miles) from Leticia on a tributary named Paraná, on the northern bank of the Amazon River, in Colombia. The site is on tierra firme (high ground) covered with dense primary jungle and home to species native to the habitat, such as large quadrupeds, primates, birds, exotic fruits, and gigantic trees. The lodge includes separate cabins protected with anti-mosquito screens, with double, triple, or family accommodations. Also included are a bar-restaurant and a traditional Yagua tribal maloca (long house) used for cultural displays such as dances, talks by a shaman, and the making of handcrafts. Lastly, there are hammocks and comfortable chairs for relaxing while you enjoy a typical drink in a jungle environment.
Restaurant: We offer our visitors regional flavors taken directly from our organic gardens, skillfully prepared by a local chef, and enjoyed in an exotic setting. We prepare all foods and drinks with potable water.
Staff: Our staff is composed of peoples of Yagua and Ticuna ethnicities from nearby villages. They are kind, friendly, and helpful, and are genuine inhabitants of the jungle who have honed their skills to provide an authentic experience throughout your stay.