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Leticia is awash with accommodations, though quality is extremely variable and prices can skyrocket during high season, especially around Christmas and Easter. Note that many hotels are located on the airport road outside of town. While this makes them far less convenient for meals, they are essentially in the jungle canopy if you'd rather avoid the noise and traffic of downtown.
There are a number of good restaurants in Leticia, although they mostly open only in the evenings. Prices can be higher than in 'mainland' Colombia, but many restaurants serve cheap set meals. Leticia comes to life after sunset at 6pm.
As the humidity and temperature drop somewhat! That bawdiness isn't always good, though — drugs and prostitution are ubiquitous and make it ill-advised to stray far from the center after dark. Leticia is an easy-to-navigate grid on the banks of the Amazon on the Colombia—Brazil border. Just across the frontier sits Tabatinga, a Brazilian town much the same size as Leticia, with its own airport and port that is the main gateway for boats downstream to Manaus.
Travelers wishing to venture further into either country must meet the immigration requirements. The real jungle begins well off the Amazon proper, along its small tributaries. The deeper you go, the more chance you have to observe wildlife in relatively undamaged habitats and to visit indigenous settlements.
This involves time and money, but can be immensely rewarding, and there are numerous tour agencies and guides waiting to take you out here. A tour of three to four days is perhaps the best balance between the cost of the trip and the insight it will give you into the workings of the jungle, but it's also important to mention that expectations must be managed.