Reserva Natural Palmarí
Serpentario Nacional Amero
Some 11km from downtown, you’ll find the Serpentario Nacional Amero where you can get up close and personal with boas, anacondas and...
At Reserva Tanimboca visitors can monkey around atop 35m-high trees, then slide 80m along zip-lines from one tree to another through...
Museo del Hombre Amazónico
Museo del Hombre Amazónico has a small collection of índio artifacts and implements. Located inside the Banco de la República.
Discoteca L’ Boom
Also known as Kahlúa, this is the only real nightclub in Leticia, and not a particularly good one. The dimly lit interior looks more...
La Casa del Pan
Facing Parque Santander, this is an excellent spot for breakfast (eggs, French bread, coffee and juice for COP$3500) or an afternoon...
Lonely Planet review
Another 20km further upstream on Río Yavarí, about 90km by river from Leticia. Its rambling lodge sits on the high south (Brazilian) bank of the river, overlooking a wide bend where pink and gray dolphins are often seen. The lodge features several cabañas with baths and a round maloca (central meeting house used by local indigenous communities) with hammocks. Axel Antoine-Feill manages the lodge, and speaks English.