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Fin del Mundo

On the edge of the Amazon rainforest, near the city of Mocoa, is a hike to a 230 foot tall waterfall called Fin del Mundo (End of the World). It's an uphill hike on a slippery and muddy path for nearly two hours, but once you arrive at the first swimming hole, you'll realize it was worth the effort.

You can cool off in the clear water in the middle of the jungle, or if you still have energy to keep going, you can move on to a couple more swimming holes and the waterfall.

It takes about 15 minutes walking along the river to get to the incredible Fin del Mundo waterfall. When you finally reach it, you truly feel like you're at the end of the world.

You can add Fin del Mundo and Mocoa on any customized tour.

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