The highly remote Chiribiquete National Park is located in the Colombian Amazon, and is home to important archaeological sites, endemic species, and isolated indigenous tribes. On this spectacular panoramic fly-over, encounter spectacular views, and learn about the Park’s complex ecosystem, its mountain ranges, and the ongoing efforts to preserve one of the world’s last true wilds.
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Encounter Colombia’s most spectacular landscapes from above, with a panoramic fly-over of Chiribiquete National Park. The Chiribiquete Mountains are a group of isolated mountains hidden in the Colombian Amazon. At 10,000 square miles (27,000 square kilometers), the park is the largest in Colombia and is home to vast biodiversity and important pre-historic archaeological sites dating back 20,000 years.
Chiribiquete National Park is highly remote, contains endemic species found nowhere else on Earth, and is home to off-grid indigenous tribes with minimal contact to the outside world. In order to protect this fragile habitat and home, Colombia has strictly enforced conservation and preservation efforts. The only way to encounter the park’s pristine wilderness is from above.
On this 1-hour fly-over, encounter the impressive landscape and true wilderness of Chiribiquete National Park. Learn about the park’s complex ecosystem, its mountain ranges, and the ongoing efforts to preserve one of the world’s last true wilds.
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