Getting to know the Amazon - Path of Orellana
Over six thousand kilometers travelled by air, land and water, most of it on the main course of the Amazon River; going deep into the dense Amazon jungle; discovering, with scientists and experts of our various countries, the countless and varied aspects that confer excellence and singularity to the largest water basin in the world; enjoying the company of youths of the same age from nine different countries, ethnic origins and cultural roots for thirty days... This might seem like a dream, the product of a wild imagination.
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