During the tour you will be able to observe different species of fauna and flora typical of the Magdalena and you will learn a little about the history of this place and its name. There you will be able to see restored terraces where the indigenous people used to build their houses.
This area was years ago, an area of coca cultivation and, of course, it was the basis of the families' economy. With the substitution of crops and the exuberance of the place, a transition to other activities began. In Taironaka they witnessed this transit and when they decided to open to the public, they began training those people who had lost their jobs and were seeing tourism as a worthy source of work.
In Taironaka 9 direct employees work, all local, and 5 more people in high season. The river activity operators employ approximately 30 local youth and also benefit restaurants and other businesses in the area.
It will be discounted from the following plans: