This small town is located at the confluence of the Amazon and the Loretoyacu. It was founded in 1961 and named after General Antonio Nariño, who fought against the Spanish during the War of Independence. The population is predominantly made up of the Ticuna, Cocoma and Yagua indigenous peoples. This pioneering community is characterised by its concern for environmental protection. Relax, slow down and savour the end-of-the earth feel amid magnificent natural scenery.