Akanan Amazing Adventures

Nature trips to Colombia, Venezuela & Cuba

About Akanan Amazing Adventures


Our offer includes more than 40 first-class adventures, ranging from deluxe tours to rugged expeditions; from pure action to complete relax, from trips to the classic destinations up to small tailored made tours. Each has been fashioned and tested for years to provide the ideal balance between activity and free time, scheduled excursions and personal explorations. Our philosophy includes ensuring the best guides, finding unique lodges, accessing lesser known destinations, providing the best service, and timing it all meticulously. All these while carefully protecting and preserving the natural habitats.

Our Activities

  • Backpacking
  • Bird watching
  • Climbing
  • Cultural
  • Day hiking
  • Eco-focused
  • Educational
  • Exploring
  • Family
  • Geotourism
  • Hiking & Trekking
  • Mountain
  • Nature
  • Photography
  • Rainforest
  • Whale Watching
  • Wildlife

Our Destinations

  • Central America / Caribbean
  • Colombia
  • Cuba
  • South America
  • Venezuela

Orinoco Scape Birding

The Orinoco River is one of the newest world-class destinations for birding in Colombia. Several different ecosystems that are...

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Chocó Scape Birding Tour

A great birding adventure that starts in Cali city (The Heaven Branch) in where we visit a lot of ecosystems and where we can see many...

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Colombian Mountains Scape Birding

A really nice adventure per Colombian Mountains with a lot of hummingbird, tanagers, antpittas and tapaculos to see; this is an easy...

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Easter Andes Birding

Pack your binoculars and head on over to the spectacular Colombian mountains in Eastern Andes. In this rich bio-geographic region,...

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Serrania del Abibe & Darien Birding

Uraba Antioqueño is a new birding location, opened recently after the political conflict in Colombia. It is a real paradise of...

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Camino Real del Carrizal

Connect with a 500-year-old path named Real or Royal as the indigenous Mucuchíes, Timotes and Quicas used to commercialize in the...

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