We offer you the best adventure tour in the jungle, our hostel Amazon Reise Eco Lodge Is located in the basin of the Yanayacu River, affluent of the Amazon River, 80 km away from Iquitos. We are surrounded by a
Well preserved rainforest in which birds and butterflies abound, we have cabins for 02 and 04 people.
Amazon Reise Eco-Lodge Is an ideal starting point for exploring the lush rainforest Amazonian way of the hand of our experienced guides learning about its fascinating plant and animal world and getting to know its local inhabitants, whose way of life is perfectly adapted to the environment.
In the morning, reception at the airport and transfer to our operations office in Iquitos (brief orientation to the main tourist attractions of the city along the way).
Transfer to the city of Nauta (approximately 100 km / 2 hours from Iquitos).
Upstream navigation on the Marañón River to the Pacaya Samiria National Reserve (80 km SW of Nauta / about 2 hours).Upstream navigation on the Marañón River to the Pacaya Samiria National Reserve (80 km SW of Nauta / about 2 hours).
Observation on the way of a great variety of birds including herons, hawks, horns cries, jacanas, parrots and parakeets. So it is possible to see dolphins in the river. Box Lunch on board.
Guest book in the reservation search.
Arrival to the community of Arequipa where the first camp will be installed.
A short walk through the nearby village.
Dinner and overnight at the camp.
Observer birds leave their nests for food in the river, including cotingas, macaws, parrots, vultures and probably the harpy eagle.
Breakfast at the camp.
Excursion to the Cocha Shansho lagoon (1 ½ hours) following the course of Yanayacu - Pucate. On the way, giant trees of Lupuna (Ceiba pentandra), Capirona, Capinuri (Heliocóstilis scabra) and birds like Toucan (Pteroglossus), Macaw (Ara macao), Macaw (Ara ararauna), Great White Egret Kingfisher (Chloroceryele).
Bird watching or "Hoatzins" (Opysthocomus hoazin), which feeds on the shores of the lagoon.
Return to camp and lunch.
Excursion to see monkeys and sallies (Saimiri boliviensis), tamarins (Saguinus fuscicollis) and sloths (Bradypus variegatus).
Dinner and overnight at the camp.
Excursión por la mañana en la quebrada de Japón y Yanta Laguna donde se puede observar aves y peces. Entre las especies de peces que se encuentran en la reserva se encuentran la piraña (Serrasalmus), sábalo (Brycun americus), sardinas (Triportheus), entre otros. Almuerzo.
Paseo en canoa por la noche para apreciar las vistas de la reserva al atardecer.
Cena y alojamiento en el campamento
Early breakfast before breaking camp.
Navigating the Yanayacu - where it is possible to see pink dolphins of Pucate (Inia geoffrenssis), "taricayas" locally known as river turtles (Podocnemis unifilis) and probably otters (Ptenerura brasiliensis).
Arrival at the place where you will put the next camp.
Lunch on the river overlooking the beautiful landscape.
Acknowledgment on foot to appreciate the exquisite flora and fauna of this area.
Cena en el campamento.
We will observe the birds as they leave their nests to find their food in the river. The birds that we will see are the cotingas, macaws, parrots and Harpy (Harpia harpyja).
We will stop to observe the giant trees of Lupuna (Ceiba pentandra), Capirona, Capinurí (Heliocóstilis scabra) and also striking birds like the Toucan (Pteroglossus), the red macaw (Ara macao), the blue macaw And Yellow (Ara ararauna), Great Egret Egreta alba) and the Amazon Kingfisher (Amazon Chloroceryle). At noon we will stop for our lunch. In the evening after dinner, we will do a night boat excursion to look for the different species of nocturnal animals, which also gives us the pleasant opportunity to listen to the symphony of sounds that comes from the jungle at night. Overnight at tents in Pacaya Samiria Reserve.
Breakfast is served early in the morning to start our boat trip to Laguna Guaya where we can see pink dolphins and turtles (Inia gracilis geoffrenssis), "taricayas", local name given to colored river turtles Yellow with spots (Podocnemis unifilis) We will also have the opportunity if we are lucky to see giant river otters (Ptenerura brasiliensis).
Excursion in Canoa to observe the squirrel monkey (Saimiri boliviensis), saddle of new marmoset (Saguinus fuscicollis), lazy (Bradypus variegatus) and other types of monkeys.
We will stop to observe the giant trees of Lupuna (Ceiba pentandra), Capirona, Capinurí (Heliocóstilis scabra) and also striking birds like the Toucan (Pteroglossus), the red macaw (Ara macao), the blue macaw And yellow (Ara ararauna), the Great Egret Egreta alba and the Amazon Kingfisher (Amazon Chloroceryle).At noon we will stop for our lunch. After dinner we will go for a night walk to see what types of species can be seen (lizards, snakes, spiders, monkeys). Overnight at tents at Reserva Pacaya Samiria.
Breakfast at the camp. Return to the city of Nauta to Iquitos and transfer of land. Transfer to your hotel or airport is the case at appropriate times.
It is suggested for the comfort of the passengers during their trip by the Amazon River and their accommodation in the Lodge to organize in advance a backpack or a small suitcase with absolutely necessary for their stay in the Lodge. The suitcases or the rest of the luggage will be left in Custody, for the duration of the stay in the lodge.
Raincoat or plastic poncho (raincoat), flashlights, rechargeable batteries, binoculars, good insect repellent, sun block, canteen, light cotton clothes, trousers and long sleeve shirts, cotton socks and polos. Moisture resistant shoes and / or jebe boots (we provide in the Lodge) Essential bathroom linen. A windbreaker (sometimes the temperature drops considerably when it rains or on boat trips).
Our hostel Amazon Reise Eco Lodge is located in the basin of the Yanayacu River, affluent of the Amazon River, 80 km away from Iquitos, surrounded by a well-preserved rainforest in which birds and butterflies abound, we have both cabins
For 02 as for 04 people.
Amazon Reise Eco-Lodge Is an ideal starting point for exploring the lush Amazonian rainforest in the hands of our experienced guides learning about their Fascinating plant and animal world and getting to know its local inhabitants, whose way of life is perfectly adapted to the environment.