Dosel Tanimboca - Leticia - Amazonas - Colombia

Our commitment with sustainability in the travel Agency Tanimboca is to give our clients the opportunity of living the Amazon in all its beauty in a consciuos and enviromental friendly way, making an adequate use of water, energy and waste, standing out the value of the natural attractives of our region.

Our interest is to show the tradition and customs of our indegenous communities respecting they culture and way of life, avoiding the generation of negative impacts and rescuing the ethno cultural local diversity.

We are conscious and reject any activity that involves infant labor explotation and children and adolescence sexual abuse.

We generate employment to locals in fair labor conditions and support the community helping them with sales and distributions of their products, all with the means of improve their life quality.

We want to share with all our employees, clients and suppliers this commitment with sustainability

Come to the Amazon and enjoy its diversity!!!

social campaign

Less garbige less contamination

With the earth in mind

Saving energy

Water is life

Taking care of our own

Social Responsability

Prevention of soial risks

To know is to grow

Reduce the ammount of solid waste and make a propper use of it

Reduce the use of papper

Make an efficient use of energy

Contribute with the conservation of water

Create conscience of the importance of the conservation of the natural heritage

Contribute with knowledge in favor of the conservation of the cultural heritage

Prevent the sexual abuse of boys, girls and adolescens, the infant work and discrimination

Enable our employees in differentareas in order to learn and to be able to transmit the knowledge to our visitor


1. Learn about customs, rules and traditions. Avoid behaviors that may offend the local population.

2. Remember that in Colombia the sexual exploitation of children and adolescents is a crime, any form of exploitation violates the fundamental objectives of tourism.

3. Protect the flora, the wildlife, their habitat and do not buy products made from plants or animals in danger of extinction.

4. Respect cultural resources. Tourism activities should be practiced with respect for the artistic, archaeological and cultural heritage.

5. Avoid extracting archaeological remains, plants, flowers and so on.

6. Buy handicrafts and local produce to support the local economy and practice the principles of fair trade.

7. Avoid consuming products with unnecessary packaging and choose to use recyclable packaging.

8. Avoid throwing debris in the places visited.

9. Remember to turn off the faucets, turn off the air conditioning and lights when leaving the hotel or lodging place.

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• Law 679 of 2001, law 1336 of 2009 (In order to prevent the traffic and the sexual abuse with children in turistic activities).

• Law 17 of 1981, law 1333 of 2009 (In order to avoid the ilegal traffic of flora and fauna species).

• Law 63 of 1986, law 1185 of 2008 (In order to avoid the traffic of cultural heritage).

• Resolution 0584 de 2002 (Declares the wild species that are in danger in the national territory).

• We also avoid labor exploitation and race and gender discrimination.

How we handle solid waste in the Agency Tanimboca S.A.S.

¿Do you know how much time needs the solid waste to decomposse?

Paper 1 to 4 months
Cigarrets filters 1 to 2 years
Gum 5 years
Fabric 2 to 3 months
Wool 1 year
Cans 10 to 100 years
Plastic bottles 150 to 200 years
Batteries 1000 years
Glass indeterminate

Source: PLANETA ECO, 2010

The inadecuate handling of solid waste contributes to soil and water contamination and generates a huge risk to public health.

As a result of the commitment that Tanimboca S.A.S. has with the environment, we elaborate this manual in order to minimize the negative social and natural impact that we generate with our solid waste.


Against the ilegal traffic of flora and wild fauna: - -

Against the ilegal traffic of cultural heritage:

To avoid the sexual exploitation of minors: