We flew through Miami to Medellin where we stayed in a nice hotel (Hotel Diez) in the EL Poblado neighborhood of the very large (Pop. 6.5 million) city of Medellin. The hotel is located in a great neighborhood with numerous restaurants, coffee shops, and retail shops. It was easy to walk to dinner our first night and last night.
The next morning our group was transported by an Afloat representative to the regional airport where a charter plane flew us approximately 1.5 hours east to the agricultural hub of La Primavera. After a quick lunch we drove approximately 3.5 hours to the “Gavilon” River (meaning Osprey in the local Spanish Translation). The long drive over rough road took us through rough farmland and scattered jungle along waterways. The Afloat Camp staff greeted us and after quickly loading supplies and our gear motored us up river about an hour to camp.
We Fish The Gear We Sell
Target peacock bass at a new destination.
Europe, New Zealand,The Jungles