Guainia (Mavecure Hills)
Community tourism
Mountain trekking
Peace in Colombia
River & Jungle
Single destination
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This adventure takes you to Inírida, a magical place where you can discover the other half of Colombia; Immersed in nature, you will see pink dolphins, colorful rivers and monumental hills that rise on the horizon as faithful guardians and protectors. You will share with the Remanso community and discover its customs and way of life. You will learn about local projects and enjoy the gastronomy of the region.

* Shared tour with scheduled departures

** Two or three departures will be scheduled per month


Next departures

September: 3 – 6th, 10–13th, 13 – 16th
October 15 – 18th
November 12 – 15th
December 5 – 8th
3 nights / 4 days

What does it include and what doesn't?


  • Transfer Airport-Port-Airport
  • Boat transfers
  • Complete nutrition and hydration
  • Home Stay accommodation in El Remanso community and Hotel Orinoco
  • 1 night in Puerto Inirida- Estandar Hotel
  • Entry to the community
  • Climbing fee to Cerros de Mavicure
  • Local guides (in spanish)
  • Travel insurance

Not included

  • Flights
  • Snacks
  • Airport taxes
  • Any cost not listed above

Impact trip

Arcangel is an entrepreneur and one of the tourism warriors chosen to participate in the Hope Vouchers. He created a company where he teaches his knowledge to other guides and actors in the chain. He is the first operator to emerge from the heart of the community. The experiences he offers are community-based, and he already offers accompaniment to other tourism sites in the Department of Guainía. We have witnessed in recent years his integrity and perseverance.

Read the story of this peaceful warrior here.


The trip begins after 10:30 am when the flight to Inírida arrives. We take you in tuc tuc (motorcycle taxis) to the dock to take a motor boat.
Departure to the Matraca to make sighting of dolphins (pink dolphins). Then you will go to the community of Caranacoa, have your lunch and then go to the community El Remanso, owner of two of the Mavicure hills.
Night in hammocks, tent or bed.
The departure is at dawn to see the sunrise from Mavicure hills and return to breakfast.
After breakfast you will go to San Joaquín, a red water place due to the concentration of tannins. If you are lucky, you will see Matamata turtles, which are in danger of extinction.
Lunch in the community and departure to observe the beautiful flower of the Inírida.
Night in hammocks, tent or bed.
The departure to La Ceiba is early to have breakfast in the community. You will be able to appreciate the projects they manage with angel bees, which do not have a sting and whose honey is recognized for its medicinal uses. You will follow the path to the southern river star, you will have a bath in Amanavén and lunch.
You go to the Cocos community in Puerto Inírida, where a large number of handicrafts are made. In that place you will be able to see the meeting of the Inírida and Guaviare rivers and you will find petroglyphs; ancient writings of the peoples who lived in the area hundreds of years ago and you will know its history.
Overnight at Hotel Orinoco and local dinner.
* Accommodation at Hotel Cabaña Guainiana for an additional $ 50,000 COP.
Transfer to the airport for the return flight.
End of the trip.
* The itinerary may be subject to modifications


  • Carry your ID
  • Take with you your personal "Covid Prevention Kit"; Facemask, antibacterial gel and a small bottle of alcohol
  • Have the yellow fever vaccine
  • Bring formulated personal medications if you are undergoing any medical treatment
  • Wear long-sleeved shirts and pants to protect the skin from sun exposure and mosquito bites
  • Avoid carrying plastic containers and bags when they are not biodegradable
  • Do not use sprays
  • Repellent and biodegradable soap
  • Sunscreen
  • It is recommended to bring a backpack, hat, boots, photographic camera, raincoat, flashlight and personal bath towel.
  • It is recommended to carry a luggage of maximum 15 kg in weight and of a backpack type
  • In accordance with our sustainable tourism policy, we recommend carrying a personal bottle to carry drinking water on different routes and thus reduce the use of plastic bags and containers
  • Collecting plant or animal material is not allowed
  • If you are going to take photographic records or videos for commercial purposes, we require the pertinent permission issued by National Natural Parks of Colombia


$1.150.000 (COP) per person in shared outings.

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