What will we do?
When in 2006 a group of explorers, led by the German Stefan Ziemendorf was able to measure the Gocta Waterfall, they discovered that it was one of the tallest waterfalls in the world, with over 770 meters high. This natural wonder is located in Amazonas in northwestern Peru.
The journey to reach it begins at the city of Chachapoyas towards the village of Cocachimba; from there, a local guide takes visitors to the falls. As visitors make their way through the humid rainforest, the notice of arrival is given by the waterfall itself, as the sound of water against the rocks reaches the hikers. The view of the majestic fall from up close completes the experience; the water and winds are intense but some are encouraged to blend even more with nature and take a renewing bath.
What does the experience include?
Transportation, guide and meals.