Tuparro National Park

The National Park of Tuparro, circa 1977, is a barely explored land in the Region of Vichada (southeastern Colombia). On its 548.000 acres there are trees that reach over 35 meters, 6 types of different landscapes and a high diversity of fauna and flora that is still being explored. In the XIX century, Alexander von Humboldt referred to this territory as the 8th wonder of the world. Today, a group of explorers adventured in the heart of this zone to reveal to us its secrets and prove why this is “the landscapes that transforms”.

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