Amazon Jungle

Puerto Maldonado Region

From $1,295.00
5 Days 4 Nights
Puerto Maldonado
5 days / 4 nights Daily Departures Year Round Adult from $ 1295.00 / Child contact us

Please 'contact us' to book this tour

Trip Overview The Tambopata Research Center is a comfortable 18-room lodge situated near one of the world’s largest Macaw Claylicks. Adjacent to the uninhabited frontier of the Tambopata National Reserve and the Bahuaja-Sonene National Park, the Tambopata Research Center is for those in search pristine wilderness and in depth exploration of the rain forest.

*As on all Adventures to Peru tours, you’re taken care of from beginning to end: airport transfers are included!

Details

Tour Details

Tour Payment
Adult from $ 1295.00 / Child contact us
50% Deposit

Prices
In USD$, per person and based on double or triple occupancy, unless otherwise noted. Prices subject to change. Prices based on 4% cash discount.

Accommodation
4 nights & 5 days at Tambopata Research Center and Refugio Amazonas Jungle Lodge in double occupancy

Group Size
No Minimum, No Maximum

Meals Included
All meals, (B) Breakfast, (L) Lunch, (D) Dinner at lodge

Transport
Private shuttle/van, motorboat, canoe
Boats are 20ft long, roofed canoes with 55 hp outboard motors
Local Domestic flight is not included in this itinerary. Price fluctuations and seasonal availability limit our capacity to guarantee rate/departure times. This domestic flight can be arranged through Adventures to Peru prior to departure for an additional cost.

Notes
1. A moderate fitness level is recommended on this tour.

2. Due to the unpredictable nature of the rainforest, day-by-day activities may vary due to local conditions

3. Single Room supplement US$ 75.00 per night

4. We reserve the right to change the order of activities.

5. Local Domestic flight is not included in this itinerary. Price fluctuations and seasonal availability limit our capacity to guarantee rate/departure times. This domestic flight can be arranged through Adventures to Peru prior to departure for an additional cost.

Full Itinerary

Day 1 Refugio Amazonas (L,D)
Upon arrival from Lima or Cusco, a local representative from Adventures to Peru will welcome you at the airport and transfer ten minutes to our Puerto Maldonado headquarters office. While enjoying your first taste of the forest in our gardens we will ask you to pack only the necessary gear for your next few days, and leave the rest at our safe deposit. This helps us keep the boats and cargo light.


Departing the office we’ll drive 20 kilometers to the Tambopata River Port, entering the Native Community of Infierno, where we’ll board our motorized canoe.

The two and a half hour boat ride from the Tambopata Port to Refugio Amazonas will take us past the Community of Infierno and the Tambopata National Reserve´s checkpoint and into the buffer zone of this 1.3 million hectare conservation unit. Enjoy a high quality boxed lunch on board before disembarking on the shores of the Tambopata River. Upon arrival, the lodge manager will welcome you will a local jungle fruit beverage and brief you with important navigation and security tips.

Dinner

Caiman Search
We will be out at the river’s edge at night, scanning the shores with headlamps and flashlights to catch the red gleams of reflection from caiman eyes.

Overnight at Refugio Amazonas

Day 2 Tambopata Research Center (B,L,D)

Canopy Tower
A thirty-minute walk from Refugio Amazonas leads to the 25 meter scaffolding canopy tower. A bannistered staircase running through the middle provides safe access to the platforms above. The tower has been built upon high ground, therefore increasing your horizon of the continuous primary forest extending out towards the Tambopata National Reserve. From here views of mixed species canopy flocks as well as toucans, macaws and raptors are likely.

Breakfast

Brazil Nut Trail and Camp A few minutes hike from the lodge is a beautiful old growth patch of Brazil Nut forest that has been harvested for decades (if not centuries) where the precarious remains of a camp used two months a year by Brazil Nut gatherers can still be experienced. We will be demonstrating the whole process of the rain forest’s only sustainably harvested product from collection through transportation to drying.

Transfer Boat – Refugio to TRC Four and half hours by boat from Refugio Amazonas, in the pristine heart of the reserve, lies the Tambopata Research Center. One and half hours into our boat journey, as we cross the confluence with the Malinowski River, we will leave the final traces of human habitation behind. Within the 700,000 hectare uninhabited nucleus of the reserve, sightings of capybara, caiman, geese, macaws and other large species will become more frequent.

Boxed Lunch

Orientation
Upon arrival, the lodge manager will welcome you and brief you with important navigation and security tips.

Overlook Trail
A three to five kilometer hike will lead us to overlooks commanding magnificent views of the Tambopata winding its way into the lowlands. The forest on this trail, regenerating on old bamboo forest, is good for Howler Monkey and Dusky Titi Monkey.

Dinner

Macaw Project Lectures
After dinner scientists will provide an in depth look at the biology of macaws, their feeding habits, the theories for clay lick use, their breeding and feeding ecology, population fluctuations and the threats to their conservation.

Overnight at Tambopata Research Center

Day 3 Tambopata Research Center (B,L,D)
Macaw Clay Lick
On most clear mornings of the year dozens of large macaws and hundreds of parrots congregate on this large riverbank in a raucous and colorful spectacle, which inspired a National Geographic cover story. Discretely located fifty meters from the cliff, we will observe Green-winged, Scarlet and Blue-and-gold Macaws and several species of smaller parrots descend to ingest clay. Outings are at dawn when the lick is most active.

Breakfast

Floodplain Trail


This five-kilometer trail covers the prototypical rain forest with immense trees criss-crossed by creeks and ponds. Amongst the figs, ceibas and shihuahuacos we will look for Squirrel, Brown Capuchin, and Spider Monkeys as well as peccaries. TRC is located within this habitat.

Lunch



Pond Platform

Ten minutes upriver from the lodge is a tiny pond with a platform in the middle. It is a great place to spot waterfowl such as Muscovy duck, sunbittern and hoatzin along with the woodpeckers, oropendolas, flycatchers and parakeets that call this pond their home.

Dinner

Night walk


You will have the option of hiking out at night, when most of the mammals are active but rarely seen. Much easier to find are frogs with shapes and sounds as bizarre as their natural histories.

Overnight at Tambopata Research Center

Day 4 Refugio Amazonas (B,L,D)
Time-off
Time off to relax and enjoy the lodge surroundings, try out a new trail, or repeat your favorite activity.

Breakfast

Transfer Boat – TRC to Refugio Amazonas 
A three and a half hour boat ride brings us to Refugio Amazonas.



Boxed Lunch


Oxbow Lake Visit
We will paddle around the lake on a canoe or a catamaran, looking for lakeside wildlife such as hoatzin, caiman and horned screamers, hoping to see the otters, which are infrequently seen here. You will also be rewarded with overhead sightings of macaws.


Dinner


Tambopata National Reserve Lectures
Nightly lectures prepared by the staff of Refugio Amazonas cover conservation threats, opportunities and projects in the Tambopata National Reserve.

Overnight at Tambopata Research Center

Day 5 Refugio Amazonas Departure Day (B)
Today is departure day. After breakfast we’ll make the short portage on foot back to the Tambopata river port for our two-hour motorized canoe trip to our Puerto Maldonado Headquarters. We’ll make a quick stop by the office to pick up your personal belongings and large luggage before continuing on to the Puerto Maldonado airport. Depending on airline schedules, this may require dawn departures.


Adventures to Peru services end upon arrival at the Puerto Maldonado airport.


What’s Included

Local naturalist multilingual guide service for duration of the trip
Airport arrival AND departure transfers
All accommodations in double occupancy
Privately owned land/river transport along the route
Entrance fees for included excursions
Excellent Meals
One entree of chicken, beef, local fish or pasta and fresh salad.
A variety of rice and bean dishes, hot vegetables, bread and butter
A choice of desserts including local fruits such as papaya or pineapple or prepared desserts such as rice pudding or flan
Complementary coffee, tea and drinking water are available 24 hours a day
Bar service, including soft drinks, is also available at guest expense
Reconfirmation of ongoing flights

What’s Not Included

International and/or Domestic Flights
Visa and passport fees
Insurance
All meals (see above)
Alcohol, Drinks
Tips & Gratuities
Optional activities/day-tours/excursions
International departure taxes and excess baggage fees

Get A Question ?

Do not hesitate to Contact Us
From $1,595.00
6 Days 5 Nights
Puerto Maldonado
6 days / 5 nights Daily Departures Year Round Adult from $ 1595.00 / Child contact us

Please 'contact us' to book this tour

Trip Overview The Tambopata Research Center is a comfortable 18-room lodge situated near one of the world’s largest Macaw Claylicks. Adjacent to the uninhabited frontier of the Tambopata National Reserve and the Bahuaja-Sonene National Park, the Tambopata Research Center is for those in search pristine wilderness and in depth exploration of the rain forest.

*As on all Adventures to Peru tours, you’re taken care of from beginning to end: airport transfers are included!

Details

Tour Details

Tour Payment
Adult from $ 1595.00 / Child contact us
50% Deposit

Prices
In USD$, per person and based on double or triple occupancy, unless otherwise noted. Prices subject to change. Prices based on 4% cash discount.
Accommodation
5 nights & 6 days at Tambopata Research Center and Refugio Amazonas Jungle Lodge in double occupancy

Group Size
No Minimum, No Maximum

Meals Included
All meals, (B) Breakfast, (L) Lunch, (D) Dinner at lodge

Transport
Private shuttle/van, motorboat, canoe
Boats are 20ft long, roofed canoes with 55 hp outboard motors
Local Domestic flight is not included in this itinerary. Price fluctuations and seasonal availability limit our capacity to guarantee rate/departure times. This domestic flight can be arranged through Adventures to Peru prior to departure for an additional cost.

Notes
1. A moderate fitness level is recommended on this tour.

2. Due to the unpredictable nature of the rainforest, day-by-day activities may vary due to local conditions

3. Single Room supplement US$ 50.00 per night

4. We reserve the right to change the order of activities.

5. Local Domestic flight is not included in this itinerary. Price fluctuations and seasonal availability limit our capacity to guarantee rate/departure times. This domestic flight can be arranged through Adventures to Peru prior to departure for an additional cost.

Full Itinerary

Day 1 Refugio Amazonas (L,D)
Upon arrival from Lima or Cusco, a local representative from Adventures to Peru will welcome you at the airport and transfer ten minutes to our Puerto Maldonado headquarters office. While enjoying your first taste of the forest in our gardens we will ask you to pack only the necessary gear for your next few days, and leave the rest at our safe deposit. This helps us keep the boats and cargo light.


Departing the office we’ll drive 20 kilometers to the Tambopata River Port, entering the Native Community of Infierno, where we’ll board our motorized canoe.

The two and a half hour boat ride from the Tambopata Port to Refugio Amazonas will take us past the Community of Infierno and the Tambopata National Reserve´s checkpoint and into the buffer zone of this 1.3 million hectare conservation unit. Enjoy a high quality boxed lunch on board before disembarking on the shores of the Tambopata River. Upon arrival, the lodge manager will welcome you will a local jungle fruit beverage and brief you with important navigation and security tips.

Dinner

Caiman Search
We will be out at the river’s edge at night, scanning the shores with headlamps and flashlights to catch the red gleams of reflection from caiman eyes.

Overnight at Refugio Amazonas

Day 2 Tambopata Research Center (B,L,D)
Canopy Tower
A thirty-minute walk from Refugio Amazonas leads to the 25 meter scaffolding canopy tower. A bannistered staircase running through the middle provides safe access to the platforms above. The tower has been built upon high ground, therefore increasing your horizon of the continuous primary forest extending out towards the Tambopata National Reserve. From here views of mixed species canopy flocks as well as toucans, macaws and raptors are likely.

Breakfast

Brazil Nut Trail and Camp A few minutes hike from the lodge is a beautiful old growth patch of Brazil Nut forest that has been harvested for decades (if not centuries) where the precarious remains of a camp used two months a year by Brazil Nut gatherers can still be experienced. We will be demonstrating the whole process of the rain forest’s only sustainably harvested product from collection through transportation to drying.

Transfer Boat – Refugio to TRC Four and half hours by boat from Refugio Amazonas, in the pristine heart of the reserve, lies the Tambopata Research Center. One and half hours into our boat journey, as we cross the confluence with the Malinowski River, we will leave the final traces of human habitation behind. Within the 700,000 hectare uninhabited nucleus of the reserve, sightings of capybara, caiman, geese, macaws and other large species will become more frequent.

Boxed Lunch

Orientation
Upon arrival, the lodge manager will welcome you and brief you with important navigation and security tips.

Overlook Trail
A three to five kilometer hike will lead us to overlooks commanding magnificent views of the Tambopata winding its way into the lowlands. The forest on this trail, regenerating on old bamboo forest, is good for Howler Monkey and Dusky Titi Monkey.

Dinner

Macaw Project Lectures
After dinner scientists will provide an in depth look at the biology of macaws, their feeding habits, the theories for clay lick use, their breeding and feeding ecology, population fluctuations and the threats to their conservation.

Overnight at Tambopata Research Center

Day 3 Tambopata Research Center (B,L,D)
Macaw Clay Lick
On most clear mornings of the year dozens of large macaws and hundreds of parrots congregate on this large riverbank in a raucous and colorful spectacle, which inspired a National Geographic cover story. Discretely located fifty meters from the cliff, we will observe Green-winged, Scarlet and Blue-and-gold Macaws and several species of smaller parrots descend to ingest clay. Outings are at dawn when the lick is most active.

Breakfast

Floodplain Trail

This five-kilometer trail covers the prototypical rain forest with immense trees criss-crossed by creeks and ponds. Amongst the figs, ceibas and shihuahuacos we will look for Squirrel, Brown Capuchin, and Spider Monkeys as well as peccaries. TRC is located within this habitat.

Lunch



Pond Platform

Ten minutes upriver from the lodge is a tiny pond with a platform in the middle. It is a great place to spot waterfowl such as Muscovy duck, sunbittern and hoatzin along with the woodpeckers, oropendolas, flycatchers and parakeets that call this pond their home.

Dinner

Night walk

You will have the option of hiking out at night, when most of the mammals are active but rarely seen. Much easier to find are frogs with shapes and sounds as bizarre as their natural histories.

Overnight at Tambopata Research Center

Day 4 Tambopata Research Center (B,L,D)
Time-off Time off to relax and enjoy the lodge surroundings, try out a new trail, or repeat your favorite activity.

Breakfast

Terra Firme Trail

An entirely different habitat characterized by smaller, thinner trees atop hills and slopes is covered by this five-kilometer trail. Saddleback tamarins are frequently found here. As we walk near the limits of the swamp we will also keep our eyes open for rare tapir tracks.





Lunch

Palm Swamp Tower A thirty-minute hike from TRC brings us to the palm swamp. Dead aguaje palms serve as nests to Red-bellied and Blue-and-gold macaws. An elevated boardwalk and scaffolding tower allow for eye level observation of the macaws as they fly in and out of their nests.



Dinner


Overnight at Tambopata Research Center

Day 5 Refugio Amazonas (B,L,D)
Breakfast

Transfer Boat – TRC to Refugio Amazonas 
A three and a half hour boat ride brings us to Refugio Amazonas.



Boxed Lunch


Oxbow Lake Visit
We will paddle around the lake on a canoe or a catamaran, looking for lakeside wildlife such as hoatzin, caiman and horned screamers, hoping to see the otters, which are infrequently seen here. You will also be rewarded with overhead sightings of macaws.


Dinner



Tambopata National Reserve Lectures
Nightly lectures prepared by the staff of Refugio Amazonas cover conservation threats, opportunities and projects in the Tambopata National Reserve.

Overnight at Tambopata Research Center

Day 6 Refugio Amazonas Departure Day (B)
Today is departure day. After breakfast we’ll make the short portage on foot back to the Tambopata river port for our two-hour motorized canoe trip to our Puerto Maldonado Headquarters. We’ll make a quick stop by the office to pick up your personal belongings and large luggage before continuing on to the Puerto Maldonado airport. Depending on airline schedules, this may require dawn departures.


Adventures to Peru services end upon arrival at the Puerto Maldonado airport.


What’s Included

Local naturalist multilingual guide service for duration of the trip
Airport arrival AND departure transfers
All accommodations in double occupancy
Privately owned land/river transport along the route
Entrance fees for included excursions
Excellent Meals
One entree of chicken, beef, local fish or pasta and fresh salad.
A variety of rice and bean dishes, hot vegetables, bread and butter
A choice of desserts including local fruits such as papaya or pineapple or prepared desserts such as rice pudding or flan
Complementary coffee, tea and drinking water are available 24 hours a day
Bar service, including soft drinks, is also available at guest expense
Reconfirmation of ongoing flights

What’s Not Included

International and/or Domestic Flights
Visa and passport fees
Insurance
All meals (see above)
Alcohol, Drinks
Tips & Gratuities
Optional activities/day-tours/excursions
International departure taxes and excess baggage fees

Get A Question ?

Do not hesitate to Contact Us
From $1,895.00
7 Days 6 Nights
Puerto Maldonado
7 days / 6 nights Daily Departures Year Round Adult from $ 1895.00 / Child contact us

Please 'contact us' to book this tour

Trip Overview The Tambopata Research Center is a comfortable 18-room lodge situated near one of the world’s largest Macaw Claylicks. Adjacent to the uninhabited frontier of the Tambopata National Reserve and the Bahuaja-Sonene National Park, the Tambopata Research Center is for those in search pristine wilderness and in depth exploration of the rain forest.

*As on all Adventures to Peru tours, you’re taken care of from beginning to end: airport transfers are included!

Details

Tour Details

Tour Payment
Adult from $ 1895.00 / Child contact us
50% Deposit

Prices
In USD$, per person and based on double or triple occupancy, unless otherwise noted. Prices subject to change. Prices based on 4% cash discount.

Accommodation
6 nights & 7 days at Tambopata Research Center and Refugio Amazonas Jungle Lodge in double occupancy

Group Size
No Minimum, No Maximum

Meals Included
All meals, (B) Breakfast, (L) Lunch, (D) Dinner at lodge

Transport
Private shuttle/van, motorboat, canoe
Boats are 20ft long, roofed canoes with 55 hp outboard motors
Local Domestic flight is not included in this itinerary. Price fluctuations and seasonal availability limit our capacity to guarantee rate/departure times. This domestic flight can be arranged through Adventures to Peru prior to departure for an additional cost.

Notes
1. A moderate fitness level is recommended on this tour.

2. Due to the unpredictable nature of the rainforest, day-by-day activities may vary due to local conditions

3. Single Room supplement US$ 75.00 per night

4. We reserve the right to change the order of activities.

5. Local Domestic flight is not included in this itinerary. Price fluctuations and seasonal availability limit our capacity to guarantee rate/departure times. This domestic flight can be arranged through Adventures to Peru prior to departure for an additional cost.

Full Itinerary

Day 1 Refugio Amazonas (L,D)
Upon arrival from Lima or Cusco, a local representative from Adventures to Peru will welcome you at the airport and transfer ten minutes to our Puerto Maldonado headquarters office. While enjoying your first taste of the forest in our gardens we will ask you to pack only the necessary gear for your next few days, and leave the rest at our safe deposit. This helps us keep the boats and cargo light.


Departing the office we’ll drive 20 kilometers to the Tambopata River Port, entering the Native Community of Infierno, where we’ll board our motorized canoe.

The two and a half hour boat ride from the Tambopata Port to Refugio Amazonas will take us past the Community of Infierno and the Tambopata National Reserve´s checkpoint and into the buffer zone of this 1.3 million hectare conservation unit. Enjoy a high quality boxed lunch on board before disembarking on the shores of the Tambopata River. Upon arrival, the lodge manager will welcome you will a local jungle fruit beverage and brief you with important navigation and security tips.

Dinner

Caiman Search
We will be out at the river’s edge at night, scanning the shores with headlamps and flashlights to catch the red gleams of reflection from caiman eyes.

Overnight at Refugio Amazonas

Day 2 Tambopata Research Center (B,L,D)
Canopy Tower
A thirty-minute walk from Refugio Amazonas leads to the 25 meter scaffolding canopy tower. A bannistered staircase running through the middle provides safe access to the platforms above. The tower has been built upon high ground, therefore increasing your horizon of the continuous primary forest extending out towards the Tambopata National Reserve. From here views of mixed species canopy flocks as well as toucans, macaws and raptors are likely.

Breakfast

Brazil Nut Trail and Camp A few minutes hike from the lodge is a beautiful old growth patch of Brazil Nut forest that has been harvested for decades (if not centuries) where the precarious remains of a camp used two months a year by Brazil Nut gatherers can still be experienced. We will be demonstrating the whole process of the rain forest’s only sustainably harvested product from collection through transportation to drying.

Transfer Boat – Refugio to TRC Four and half hours by boat from Refugio Amazonas, in the pristine heart of the reserve, lies the Tambopata Research Center. One and half hours into our boat journey, as we cross the confluence with the Malinowski River, we will leave the final traces of human habitation behind. Within the 700,000 hectare uninhabited nucleus of the reserve, sightings of capybara, caiman, geese, macaws and other large species will become more frequent.

Boxed Lunch

Orientation
Upon arrival, the lodge manager will welcome you and brief you with important navigation and security tips.

Overlook Trail
A three to five kilometer hike will lead us to overlooks commanding magnificent views of the Tambopata winding its way into the lowlands. The forest on this trail, regenerating on old bamboo forest, is good for Howler Monkey and Dusky Titi Monkey.

Dinner

Macaw Project Lectures
After dinner scientists will provide an in depth look at the biology of macaws, their feeding habits, the theories for clay lick use, their breeding and feeding ecology, population fluctuations and the threats to their conservation.

Overnight at Tambopata Research Center

Day 3 Tambopata Research Center (B,L,D)
Macaw Clay Lick
On most clear mornings of the year dozens of large macaws and hundreds of parrots congregate on this large riverbank in a raucous and colorful spectacle, which inspired a National Geographic cover story. Discretely located fifty meters from the cliff, we will observe Green-winged, Scarlet and Blue-and-gold Macaws and several species of smaller parrots descend to ingest clay. Outings are at dawn when the lick is most active.

Breakfast

Terra Firme Trail

An entirely different habitat characterized by smaller, thinner trees atop hills and slopes is covered by this five-kilometer trail. Saddleback tamarins are frequently found here. As we walk near the limits of the swamp we will also keep our eyes open for rare tapir tracks.



Lunch

Palm Swamp Tower A thirty-minute hike from TRC brings us to the palm swamp. Dead aguaje palms serve as nests to Red-bellied and Blue-and-gold macaws. An elevated boardwalk and scaffolding tower allow for eye level observation of the macaws as they fly in and out of their nests.

Dinner

Overnight at Tambopata Research Center

Day 4 Tambopata Research Center (B,L,D)
Time-off Time off to relax and enjoy the lodge surroundings, try out a new trail, or repeat your favorite activity.

Breakfast

Floodplain Trail


This five-kilometer trail covers the prototypical rain forest with immense trees criss-crossed by creeks and ponds. Amongst the figs, ceibas and shihuahuacos we will look for Squirrel, Brown Capuchin, and Spider Monkeys as well as peccaries. TRC is located within this habitat.



Lunch



Pond Platform

Ten minutes upriver from the lodge is a tiny pond with a platform in the middle. It is a great place to spot waterfowl such as Muscovy duck, sunbittern and hoatzin along with the woodpeckers, oropendolas, flycatchers and parakeets that call this pond their home.



Dinner


Night walk

You will have the option of hiking out at night, when most of the mammals are active but rarely seen. Much easier to find are frogs with shapes and sounds as bizarre as their natural histories.

Overnight at Tambopata Research Center

Day 5 Tambopata Research Center (B,L,D)
Time-off Time off to relax and enjoy the lodge surroundings, try out a new trail, or repeat your favorite activity.

Breakfast

Palm Swamp Trail

Growing on the remains of an oxbow lake and providing both arboreal as well as terrestrial mammals with fruits throughout the year, the aguaje palms are one of the most important food sources in the rainforest. Demand for these fruits and great conditions for planting rice, makes the palm swamp also one of the most threatened habitats.



Lunch

Creeks Trail

This is a different kind of Terra Firme forest, crossed by a number of creeks that will eventually reach the Tambopata River. Walking in the opposite direction of the river, we will focus on forest and creek ecology.



Dinner

Overnight at Tambopata Research Center

Day 6 Refugio Amazonas (B,L,D)
Breakfast

Transfer Boat – TRC to Refugio Amazonas 
A three and a half hour boat ride brings us to Refugio Amazonas.



Boxed Lunch


Oxbow Lake Visit
We will paddle around the lake on a canoe or a catamaran, looking for lakeside wildlife such as hoatzin, caiman and horned screamers, hoping to see the otters, which are infrequently seen here. You will also be rewarded with overhead sightings of macaws.


Dinner


Tambopata National Reserve Lectures
Nightly lectures prepared by the staff of Refugio Amazonas cover conservation threats, opportunities and projects in the Tambopata National Reserve.

Overnight at Tambopata Research Center

Day 7 Refugio Amazonas Departure Day (B)
Today is departure day. After breakfast we’ll make the short portage on foot back to the Tambopata river port for our two-hour motorized canoe trip to our Puerto Maldonado Headquarters. We’ll make a quick stop by the office to pick up your personal belongings and large luggage before continuing on to the Puerto Maldonado airport. Depending on airline schedules, this may require dawn departures.


Adventures to Peru services end upon arrival at the Puerto Maldonado airport.


What’s Included

Local naturalist multilingual guide service for duration of the trip
Airport arrival AND departure transfers
All accommodations in double occupancy
Privately owned land/river transport along the route
Entrance fees for included excursions
Excellent Meals
One entree of chicken, beef, local fish or pasta and fresh salad.
A variety of rice and bean dishes, hot vegetables, bread and butter
A choice of desserts including local fruits such as papaya or pineapple or prepared desserts such as rice pudding or flan
Complementary coffee, tea and drinking water are available 24 hours a day
Bar service, including soft drinks, is also available at guest expense
Reconfirmation of ongoing flights

What’s Not Included

International and/or Domestic Flights
Visa and passport fees
Insurance
All meals (see above)
Alcohol, Drinks
Tips & Gratuities
Optional activities/day-tours/excursions
International departure taxes and excess baggage fees

Get A Question ?

Do not hesitate to Contact Us
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Iquitos Region

From $625.00
3 Days 2 Nights
Iquitos
3 days/2 nights Daily Departures Year Round Suggested Season Between April 1st-October 31st Adult from $ 625.00 / Child contact us

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Trip Overview Pacaya Samiria Amazon Lodge is located on the banks of the Marañon River about 75 miles south west of Iquitos. It is the only lodge inside of the buffer zone of the Pacaya Samiria Amazon Reserve, which makes it exclusive to the region. This is a top-notch genuine Amazon Jungle experience. However, travelers must be prepared to be out of touch with the ‘real world’ for the duration of the visit.

Surrounded by abundant rainforest, Pacaya Samiria Amazon Lodge has been built in accordance with local architecture, using all local materials in its construction. There are only 8 comfy bungalows, assuring an elite and secluded stay. Every bungalow has a private terrace overlooking the Marañón River, private bath / running water. All bungalows are mosquito proofed with mesh sealed windows and direct access to the main garden.

Amenities include a large club-house, dining room, hammock room, bar, watch-towers and hiking paths; hammock room and viewpoints that offer stunning panoramic views of the Marañón River and the surrounding forest.

Activities include visits to the local communities, hikes in primary rainforest, flora and fauna observation, bird watching, canoe rides, piranha fishing and day / night excursions. In the Pacaya Samiria National Reserve visitors will also have the chance to observe the exotic pink dolphin of the Amazon at their natural habitat. On top of all of this, the bird-watching programs have been designed for you to experience the beauty and diversity of the Amazon in its natural habitat.

For those who want to stay in touch with ‘the outside’, sorry but there’s no Internet here. Electricity is available, though, between 6:00pm-10:00pm. Most current electronics (e.g. laptops, cameras) can be safely charged using 220V current which is what we offer, but please check your owners manual first!

*As on all Adventures to Peru tours, you’re taken care of from beginning to end: airport transfers are included!

Details

Tour Details

Tour Payment
Adult from $ 625.00 / Child contact us
50% Deposit

Prices
In USD$, per person and based on double occupancy, unless otherwise noted.
Prices subject to change.
Prices based on 4% cash discount.

Accommodation
2 nights & 3 days at Pacaya Samiria Jungle Lodge in double occupancy

Group Size
No Minimum, 12 Maximum

Meals Included
All meals, (B) Breakfast, (L) Lunch, (D) Dinner at lodge

Transport
Private shuttle/van, motorboat, canoe

Local Domestic flight is not included in this itinerary. Price fluctuations and seasonal availability limit our capacity to guarantee rate/departure times. This domestic flight can be arranged through Adventures to Peru prior to departure for an additional cost.

Notes
1. A moderate fitness level is recommended on this tour.

2. Due to the unpredictable nature of the rainforest, day-by-day activities may vary due to local conditions

3. Single Room supplement US$ 50.00 per night

4. Arrival in Iquitos after 4pm requires the first night in the Iquitos with transfer to lodge the following morning)

5. Local Domestic flight is not included in this itinerary. Price fluctuations and seasonal availability limit our capacity to guarantee rate/departure times. This domestic flight can be arranged through Adventures to Peru prior to departure for an additional cost

Full Itinerary

Day 1 Pacaya Samiria Amazon Jungle Lodge (L,D)
Arrival and reception at the Iquitos airport followed by a transfer in air-conditioned mini-van to nearby village of Nauta (1.5 hrs) where our speedboat will be waiting to start our adventure up river. But first, a quick visit to the confluence of the Marañon and Ucayali Rivers, where the River takes the name Amazon, will open your eyes to the vastness of the River.

From the confluence we’ll then continue our trip up the Marañon River to the lodge for lunch and accommodation. This afternoon, we will go on an orientation hike through the primary forest that surrounds the lodge to appreciate abundant flora and fauna.

Pending evening weather conditions, we’ll embark on a nocturnal canoe excursion in search animals and insects. Relax to the sound of the forest before dinner and drinks.

Day 2 Pacaya Samiria Amazon Jungle Lodge (B,L,D)
At dawn, we’ll take a guided orientation hike through the forest around the lodge, searching for birds, and jungle creatures followed by breakfast back at the lodge.

Following breakfast, we’ll travel to the Pacaya Samiria National Reserve. Once in the Reserve, we’ll travel down the Yanayacu River in search of the pink Amazon River dolphin and other aquatic flora and fauna.

At noon we will stop to have our box lunch.

Following lunch, we’ll visit Japon and Plantano lakes (cochas), full of enormous variety of palms, large trees and a beautiful landscape. Here, we’ll have some optional activities, such as canoes on the lake, piranha fishing, identification of plants, bird watching or maybe a cool swim with the piranhas in one of the lakes. A late afternoon arrival at the lodge gets you back in time for a cold shower and a hammock before dinner.

Day 3 Pacaya Samiria Amazon Jungle Lodge / Iquitos / Lima (B,L)
After breakfast we will visit a local riverbank village, observing the lifestyle of these ancient peoples. Daily activities include hunting, gathering, fishing or agriculture. One can also contribute to community development buying typical hand made souvenirs, made of seeds and/or a vegetable ivory called tagua.

Immediately after lunch we travel by air-conditioned minivan back to the Iquitos Airport or hotel.

* Lunch (if flight departure permits)

If you require additional arrangements in Iquitos or Lima please advise upon booking and we’ll be happy to assist.

What’s Included

Local naturalist multilingual guide service for duration of the trip
Airport arrival AND departure transfers
All accommodations in double occupancy
Privately owned land/river transport along the route
Entrance fees for included excursions
Excellent Meals
One entree of chicken, beef, local fish or pasta and fresh salad.
A variety of rice and bean dishes, hot vegetables, bread and butter
A choice of desserts including local fruits such as papaya or pineapple or prepared desserts such as rice pudding or flan
Complementary coffee, tea and drinking water are available 24 hours a day
Bar service, including soft drinks, is also available at guest expense
Reconfirmation of ongoing flights

What’s Not Included

International and/or Domestic Flights
Visa and Passport Fees
Insurance
Alcohol, Drinks
Tips
Optional Activities/day-tours/excursions
International / Domestic Airport Taxes / Excess Baggage Fees

 

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From $875.00
4 Days 3 Nights
Iquitos
4 days/3 nights Daily Departures Year Round Suggested Season Between April 1st-October 31st Adult from $ 875.00 / Child contact us

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Trip Overview Pacaya Samiria Amazon Lodge is located on the banks of the Marañon River about 75 miles south west of Iquitos. It is the only lodge inside of the buffer zone of the Pacaya Samiria Amazon Reserve, which makes it exclusive to the region. This is a top-notch genuine Amazon Jungle experience. However, travelers must be prepared to be out of touch with the ‘real world’ for the duration of the visit.

Surrounded by abundant rainforest, Pacaya Samiria Amazon Lodge has been built in accordance with local architecture, using all local materials in its construction. There are only 8 comfy bungalows, assuring an elite and secluded stay. Every bungalow has a private terrace overlooking the Marañón River, private bath / running water. All bungalows are mosquito proofed with mesh sealed windows and direct access to the main garden.

Amenities include a large club-house, dining room, hammock room, bar, watch-towers and hiking paths; hammock room and viewpoints that offer stunning panoramic views of the Marañón River and the surrounding forest.

Activities include visits to the local communities, hikes in primary rainforest, flora and fauna observation, bird watching, canoe rides, piranha fishing and day / night excursions. In the Pacaya Samiria National Reserve visitors will also have the chance to observe the exotic pink dolphin of the Amazon at their natural habitat. On top of all of this, the bird-watching programs have been designed for you to experience the beauty and diversity of the Amazon in its natural habitat.

For those who want to stay in touch with ‘the outside’, sorry but there’s no Internet here. Electricity is available, though, between 6:00pm-10:00pm. Most current electronics (e.g. laptops, cameras) can be safely charged using 220V current which is what we offer, but please check your owners manual first!

*As on all Adventures to Peru tours, you’re taken care of from beginning to end: airport transfers are included!

Details

Tour Details

Tour Payment
Adult from $ 875.00 / Child contact us
50% Deposit

Prices
In USD$, per person and based on double occupancy, unless otherwise noted.
Prices subject to change.
Prices based on 4% cash discount.

Accommodation
3 nights & 4 days at Pacaya Samiria Jungle Lodge in double occupancy

Group Size
No Minimum, 12 Maximum

Meals Included
All meals, (B) Breakfast, (L) Lunch, (D) Dinner at lodge

Transport
Private shuttle/van, motorboat, canoe

Local Domestic flight is not included in this itinerary. Price fluctuations and seasonal availability limit our capacity to guarantee rate/departure times. This domestic flight can be arranged through Adventures to Peru prior to departure for an additional cost.

Notes
1. A moderate fitness level is recommended on this tour.

2. Due to the unpredictable nature of the rainforest, day-by-day activities may vary due to local conditions

3. Single Room supplement US$ 50.00 per night

4. Arrival in Iquitos after 4pm requires the first night in the Iquitos with transfer to lodge the following morning)

5. Local Domestic flight is not included in this itinerary. Price fluctuations and seasonal availability limit our capacity to guarantee rate/departure times. This domestic flight can be arranged through Adventures to Peru prior to departure for an additional cost

Full Itinerary

Day 1 Pacaya Samiria Amazon Jungle Lodge (L,D)
Arrival and reception at the Iquitos airport followed by a transfer in air-conditioned mini-van to nearby village of Nauta (1.5 hrs) where our speedboat will be waiting to start our adventure up river. But first, a quick visit to the confluence of the Marañon and Ucayali Rivers, where the River takes the name Amazon, will open your eyes to the vastness of the River.

From the confluence we’ll then continue our trip up the Marañon River to the lodge for lunch and accommodation. This afternoon, we will go on an orientation hike through the primary forest that surrounds the lodge to appreciate abundant flora and fauna.

Pending evening weather conditions, we’ll embark on a nocturnal canoe excursion in search animals and insects. Relax to the sound of the forest before dinner and drinks.

Day 2 Pacaya Samiria Amazon Jungle Lodge (B,L,D)
At dawn, we’ll take a guided orientation hike through the forest around the lodge, searching for birds, and jungle creatures followed by breakfast back at the lodge.

Following breakfast, we’ll travel to the Pacaya Samiria National Reserve. Once in the Reserve, we’ll travel down the Yanayacu River in search of the pink Amazon River dolphin and other aquatic flora and fauna.

At noon we will stop to have our box lunch.

Following lunch, we’ll visit Japon and Plantano lakes (cochas), full of enormous variety of palms, large trees and a beautiful landscape. Here, we’ll have some optional activities, such as canoes on the lake, piranha fishing, identification of plants, bird watching or maybe a cool swim with the piranhas in one of the lakes. A late afternoon arrival at the lodge gets you back in time for a cold shower and a hammock before dinner.

Day 3 Pacaya Samiria Amazon Jungle Lodge (B,L,D)
Early predawn departure this morning takes us in search of more jungle fauna and birds, followed by breakfast at the lodge.

Immediately after breakfast, we’ll depart by boat to a small tributary, the Nauta Creek and some surrounding lakes, in search of more flora and fauna (monkeys, sloths and wide variety of aquatic birds) amongst others; along the way we will stop to enjoy our box lunch under the shadow of the canopy.

Later, during our excursion to the primary forest, the guide will identify medicinal plants and trees, many used in modern medicine by world-renowned pharmaceutical companies.

After a full day in the bush, a late afternoon arrival to the lodge gets you back in time for a cold shower and a hammock before dinner.

Day 4 Pacaya Samiria Amazon Jungle Lodge / Iquitos / Lima (B,L)
After breakfast we will visit a local riverbank village, observing the lifestyle of these ancient peoples. Daily activities include hunting, gathering, fishing or agriculture. One can also contribute to community development buying typical hand made souvenirs, made of seeds and/or a vegetable ivory called tagua.

Immediately after lunch we travel by air-conditioned minivan back to the Iquitos Airport or hotel.

* Lunch (if flight departure permits)

If you require additional arrangements in Iquitos or Lima please advise upon booking and we’ll be happy to assist.

What’s Included

Local naturalist multilingual guide service for duration of the trip
Airport arrival AND departure transfers
All accommodations in double occupancy
Privately owned land/river transport along the route
Entrance fees for included excursions
Excellent Meals
One entree of chicken, beef, local fish or pasta and fresh salad.
A variety of rice and bean dishes, hot vegetables, bread and butter
A choice of desserts including local fruits such as papaya or pineapple or prepared desserts such as rice pudding or flan
Complementary coffee, tea and drinking water are available 24 hours a day
Bar service, including soft drinks, is also available at guest expense
Reconfirmation of ongoing flights

What’s Not Included

International and/or Domestic Flights
Visa and Passport Fees
Insurance
Alcohol, Drinks
Tips
Optional Activities/day-tours/excursions
International / Domestic Airport Taxes / Excess Baggage Fees

Get A Question ?

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From $1,260.00
5 Days 4 Nights
Iquitos
5 days/4 nights 1 Night Camping Daily Departures Year Round Suggested Season Between April 1st-October 31st Adult from $ 1260.00 / Child contact us

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Trip Overview Pacaya Samiria Amazon Lodge is located on the banks of the Marañon River about 75 miles south west of Iquitos. It is the only lodge inside of the buffer zone of the Pacaya Samiria Amazon Reserve, which makes it exclusive to the region. This is a top-notch genuine Amazon Jungle experience. However, travelers must be prepared to be out of touch with the ‘real world’ for the duration of the visit.

Surrounded by abundant rainforest, Pacaya Samiria Amazon Lodge has been built in accordance with local architecture, using all local materials in its construction. There are only 8 comfy bungalows, assuring an elite and secluded stay. Every bungalow has a private terrace overlooking the Marañón River, private bath / running water. All bungalows are mosquito proofed with mesh sealed windows and direct access to the main garden.

Amenities include a large club-house, dining room, hammock room, bar, watch-towers and hiking paths; hammock room and viewpoints that offer stunning panoramic views of the Marañón River and the surrounding forest.

Activities include visits to the local communities, hikes in primary rainforest, flora and fauna observation, bird watching, canoe rides, piranha fishing and day / night excursions. In the Pacaya Samiria National Reserve visitors will also have the chance to observe the exotic pink dolphin of the Amazon at their natural habitat. On top of all of this, the bird-watching programs have been designed for you to experience the beauty and diversity of the Amazon in its natural habitat.

For those who want to stay in touch with ‘the outside’, sorry but there’s no Internet here. Electricity is available, though, between 6:00pm-10:00pm. Most current electronics (e.g. laptops, cameras) can be safely charged using 220V current which is what we offer, but please check your owners manual first!

*As on all Adventures to Peru tours, you’re taken care of from beginning to end: airport transfers are included!

Details

Tour Details

Tour Payment
Adult from $ 1260.00 / Child contact us
50% Deposit

Prices
In USD$, per person and based on double occupancy, unless otherwise noted.
Prices subject to change.
Prices based on 4% cash discount.

Accommodation
4 nights & 5 days at Pacaya Samiria Jungle Lodge in double occupancy

Group Size
No Minimum, 12 Maximum

Meals Included
All meals, (B) Breakfast, (L) Lunch, (D) Dinner at lodge

Transport
Private shuttle/van, motorboat, canoe

Local Domestic flight is not included in this itinerary. Price fluctuations and seasonal availability limit our capacity to guarantee rate/departure times. This domestic flight can be arranged through Adventures to Peru prior to departure for an additional cost.

Notes
1. A moderate fitness level is recommended on this tour.

2. Due to the unpredictable nature of the rainforest, day-by-day activities may vary due to local conditions

3. Single Room supplement US$ 50.00 per night

4. Arrival in Iquitos after 4pm requires the first night in the Iquitos with transfer to lodge the following morning)

5. Local Domestic flight is not included in this itinerary. Price fluctuations and seasonal availability limit our capacity to guarantee rate/departure times. This domestic flight can be arranged through Adventures to Peru prior to departure for an additional cost

Full Itinerary

Day 1 Pacaya Samiria Amazon Jungle Lodge (L,D)
Arrival and reception at the Iquitos airport followed by a transfer in air-conditioned mini-van to nearby village of Nauta (1.5 hrs) where our speedboat will be waiting to start our adventure up river. But first, a quick visit to the confluence of the Marañon and Ucayali Rivers, where the River takes the name Amazon, will open your eyes to the vastness of the River.

From the confluence we’ll then continue our trip up the Marañon River to the lodge for lunch and accommodation. This afternoon, we will go on an orientation hike through the primary forest that surrounds the lodge to appreciate abundant flora and fauna.

Pending evening weather conditions, we’ll embark on a nocturnal canoe excursion in search animals and insects. Relax to the sound of the forest before dinner and drinks.

Day 2 Pacaya Samiria Amazon Jungle Lodge (B,L,D)
At dawn, we’ll take a guided orientation hike through the forest around the lodge, searching for birds, and jungle creatures followed by breakfast back at the lodge.

Following breakfast, we’ll travel to the Pacaya Samiria National Reserve. Once in the Reserve, we’ll travel down the Yanayacu River in search of the pink Amazon River dolphin and other aquatic flora and fauna.

At noon we will stop to have our box lunch.

Following lunch, we’ll visit Japon and Plantano lakes (cochas), full of enormous variety of palms, large trees and a beautiful landscape. Here, we’ll have some optional activities, such as canoes on the lake, piranha fishing, identification of plants, bird watching or maybe a cool swim with the piranhas in one of the lakes. A late afternoon arrival at the lodge gets you back in time for a cold shower and a hammock before dinner.

Day 3 Pacaya Samiria National Reserve / Camping (B,L,D)
Breakfast then departure for an overnight camping excursion to the Pacaya Samiria National Reserve. While on the Yanayacu River, some of the most pristine terrain in all of Peru, our native guides will be on the lookout for the elusive pink and grey river dolphins. We’ll visit two small lagoons, Japan and Plantano, both rich in fauna and full of Amazon Palms. While exploring by dugout canoe, feel free to go for a refreshing dip before our box lunch.

Later that afternoon we’ll arrive to our campsite. Free time to rest and reflect on your day before dinner. Then, set out for an evening canoeing excursion in search of the South American black and white Cayman, nocturnal birds and bizarre insects. Spend the night surrounded by nature in sealed tents.

Day 4 Pacaya Samiria Amazon Jungle Lodge (B,L,D)
This morning after breakfast we’ll have more chances to seek out birds, flora and invertebrates. Here within the Reserve, one will not find cities or large populations other than the native settlements established here before the Peruvian Government established the Reserve. People are genuine and the jungle is real.

Lunch will be onboard the skiff or at the campsite, depending on optional activities coordinated by the guide. Afterwards, enjoy an impromptu visit to a local village to learn about daily activities like hunting, fishing, agriculture and conservation efforts. Visit the crafts market and optionally support the indigenous villagers. One can contribute to community development buying typical hand made souvenirs, made of seeds and/or a vegetable ivory called ‘Tagua’.

This is a genuine unarranged experience, and one that you’ll never forget!

In the afternoon, we’ll leave the Reserve traveling down river to the lodge for the night.

Day 5 Pacaya Samiria Amazon Jungle Lodge / Iquitos / Lima (B,L)
After breakfast you’ll have the morning free. Write in your journal, relax or meditate to the sounds of the jungle before lunch. Immediately after lunch, take the boat back to Nauta and travel by air-conditioned minivan back to the Iquitos Airport or hotel.

* Lunch (if flight departure permits)

If you require additional arrangements in Iquitos or Lima please advise upon booking and we’ll be happy to assist.

What’s Included

Local naturalist multilingual guide service for duration of the trip
Airport arrival AND departure transfers
All accommodations in double occupancy
Privately owned land/river transport along the route
Entrance fees for included excursions
Excellent Meals
One entree of chicken, beef, local fish or pasta and fresh salad.
A variety of rice and bean dishes, hot vegetables, bread and butter
A choice of desserts including local fruits such as papaya or pineapple or prepared desserts such as rice pudding or flan
Complementary coffee, tea and drinking water are available 24 hours a day
Bar service, including soft drinks, is also available at guest expense
Reconfirmation of ongoing flights

What’s Not Included

International and/or Domestic Flights
Visa and Passport Fees
Insurance
Alcohol, Drinks
Tips
Optional Activities/day-tours/excursions
International / Domestic Airport Taxes / Excess Baggage Fees

Get A Question ?

Do not hesitate to Contact Us
3 Days 2 Nights
Iquitos
3 days/2 nights Daily Departures Year Round

Please 'contact us' to book this tour

Trip Overview Ceiba Tops Luxury Lodge is a mere 40 km downriver from Iquitos and right on the banks of the Amazon. With modern, air-conditioned bungalows, wireless Internet access, a hammock house, a beautiful swimming pool with slide, and a huge dining room and full bar, it qualifies as the only resort in Peru’s Amazon. This program combines some ancient tribal heritage with the incomparable biodiversity of the Peruvian Amazon. With visits to local communities and the search for river dolphins and piranha fishing, this short program is perfect for families or groups that would like a taste of the Peruvian Amazon.

*As on all Adventures to Peru tours, you’re taken care of from beginning to end: airport transfers are included!

Details

Tour Details

Tour Payment
USD $00
50% Deposit

Prices
In USD$, per person and based on double occupancy, unless otherwise noted.
Prices subject to change.
Prices based on 4% cash discount.
Children age 11 and under are discounted 30%

Accommodation
2 nights & 3 days at Ceiba Tops Luxury Jungle Lodge in double occupancy

Group Size
Minimum 2

Meals Included
All meals, (B) Breakfast, (L) Lunch, (D) Dinner at lodge

Transport
Private shuttle/van, motorboat, canoe

Local Domestic flight is not included in this itinerary. Price fluctuations and seasonal availability limit our capacity to guarantee rate/departure times. This domestic flight can be arranged through Adventures to Peru prior to departure for an additional cost.

Notes
1. A moderate fitness level is recommended on this tour.

2. Due to the unpredictable nature of the rainforest, day-by-day activities may vary due to local conditions

3. Single Room supplement US$ 80.00 per night

4. Arrival in Iquitos after 4pm requires the first night in the Iquitos with transfer to lodge the following morning)

5. Local Domestic flight is not included in this itinerary. Price fluctuations and seasonal availability limit our capacity to guarantee rate/departure times. This domestic flight can be arranged through Adventures to Peru prior to departure for an additional cost

Full Itinerary

Day 1 Ceiba Tops Jungle Lodge (B,L,D)
pon arrival in Iquitos you be collected by our local naturist guide at the Iquitos airport followed by a brief city orientation and transfer to the port. Travel by speed boat twenty-five miles down the Amazon River to Ceiba Tops, where rooms with air conditioning, private bathrooms, hot water and electricity provide all the comforts of home in the rainforest. Enjoy an afternoon orientation hike in the beautiful primary rainforest reserve surrounding the lodge. After dinner there may be local flute or guitar music at the El Toucan Bar or the guides are always ready to relate some of the many legends of the Amazon forest.

Day 2 Ceiba Tops Jungle Lodge / Explorama Lodge / Ceiba Tops (B,L,D)
Morning boat ride in search of the protected Pink River Dolphin, then visit a small local community where your guide will explain the local Yagua Indian culture and how it was affected by the arrival of Europeans and growth of Iquitos. There will also be an opportunity to see some of the local crafts and for a demonstration of the blowgun which some of the Yagua elders still use for hunting. This afternoon will get back on the skiff and go down river for a short walking excursion to the neighboring town of Indiana. Originally a Franciscan mission, Indiana has grown into a large river community with its own market, high school and small hospital.

Day 3 Ceiba Tops Jungle Lodge (B,L)
Your choice of morning walking or boating excursion to further enjoy the rainforest and Amazon River. Afternoon transfer to the Iquitos airport for ongoing flight out of Iquitos. Adventures to Peru services end today in the Iquitos airport.
* Lunch (if flight departure permits)

What’s Included

Local naturalist multilingual guide service for duration of the trip
Airport arrival AND departure transfers
All accommodations in double occupancy
Privately owned land/river transport along the route
Entrance fees for included excursions
Excellent Meals
One entree of chicken, beef, local fish or pasta and fresh salad.
A variety of rice and bean dishes, hot vegetables, bread and butter
A choice of desserts including local fruits such as papaya or pineapple or prepared desserts such as rice pudding or flan
Complementary coffee, tea and drinking water are available 24 hours a day
Bar service, including soft drinks, is also available at guest expense
Reconfirmation of ongoing flights

What’s Not Included

International and/or Domestic Flights
Visa and Passport Fees
Insurance
Alcohol, Drinks
Tips
Optional Activities/day-tours/excursions
International / Domestic Airport Taxes / Excess Baggage Fees

Get A Question ?

Do not hesitate to Contact Us
4 Days 3 Nights
Iquitos
4 days/3 nights Daily Departures Year Round

Please 'contact us' to book this tour

Trip Overview Ceiba Tops Luxury Lodge is a mere 40 km downriver from Iquitos and right on the banks of the Amazon. With modern, air-conditioned bungalows, wireless Internet access, a hammock house, a beautiful swimming pool with slide, and a huge dining room and full bar, it qualifies as the only resort in Peru’s Amazon. This program combines some ancient tribal heritage with the incomparable biodiversity of the Peruvian Amazon. With visits to local communities and the search for river dolphins and piranha fishing, this short program is perfect for families or groups that would like a taste of the Peruvian Amazon.

*As on all Adventures to Peru tours, you’re taken care of from beginning to end: airport transfers are included!

Details

Tour Details

Tour Payment
USD $00
50% Deposit

Prices
In USD$, per person and based on double occupancy, unless otherwise noted.
Prices subject to change.
Prices based on 4% cash discount.
Children age 11 and under are discounted 30%

Accommodation
3 nights & 4 days at Ceiba Tops Luxury Jungle Lodge in double occupancy

Group Size
Minimum 2

Meals Included
All meals, (B) Breakfast, (L) Lunch, (D) Dinner at lodge

Transport
Private shuttle/van, motorboat, canoe

Local Domestic flight is not included in this itinerary. Price fluctuations and seasonal availability limit our capacity to guarantee rate/departure times. This domestic flight can be arranged through Adventures to Peru prior to departure for an additional cost.

Notes
1. A moderate fitness level is recommended on this tour.

2. Due to the unpredictable nature of the rainforest, day-by-day activities may vary due to local conditions

3. Single Room supplement US$ 80.00 per night

4. Arrival in Iquitos after 4pm requires the first night in the Iquitos with transfer to lodge the following morning)

5. Local Domestic flight is not included in this itinerary. Price fluctuations and seasonal availability limit our capacity to guarantee rate/departure times. This domestic flight can be arranged through Adventures to Peru prior to departure for an additional cost

Full Itinerary

Day 1 Ceiba Tops Jungle Lodge (B,L,D)
Early morning private transfer to the Lima airport for flight to Iquitos, deep in the Amazon Basin. Reception by local guide at the Iquitos airport, brief city orientation and transfer to the port. Twenty-five mile journey down the Amazon River to Ceiba Tops, where rooms with air conditioning, private bathrooms, hot water and electriciy provide the comforts of home in the rainforest. Afternoon oritentation hike in the beautiful primary rainforest reserve surrounding the lodge. After dinner there may be local flute or guitar music at the El Toucan Bar or the guides are always ready to relate some of the many legends of the Amazon forest.

Day 2 Ceiba Tops Jungle Lodge / Explorama Lodge / Ceiba Tops (B,L,D)
Morning boat ride in search of the protected Pink River Dolphin, then visit a small local community where your guide will explain the local Yagua Indian culture and how it was affected by the arrival of Europeans and growth of Iquitos. There will also be an opportunity to see some of the local crafts and for a demonstration of the blowgun which some of the Yagua elders still use for hunting. This afternoon will get back on the skiff and go down river for a short walking excursion to the neighboring town of Indiana. Originally a Franciscan mission, Indiana has grown into a large river community with its own market, high school and small hospital.

Day 3 Ceiba Tops Jungle Lodge(B,L,D)
Early morning departure from Ceiba Tops by boat to the narrow motorcar crossing connecting the Amazon and Napo Rivers to continue by boat to ExplorNapo Lodge for breakfast. Hike to the spectacular Canopy Walkway spanning over 500 meters (one-third of a mile), connected by tree platforms, and reaching a height of over 35 meters (115 feet) but accessible without any type of climbing skill or equipment. After lunch, visit the “ReNuPeRu” Ethnobotanical Garden where over 240 medicinal plants are cultivated by a local shaman who will explain the nature of Amazonian natural healing and the uses of some of the plants. Return to Ceiba Tops in time to enjoy the pool or hammocks before dinner.

Day 4 Ceiba Tops Jungle Lodge (B,L)
Your choice of morning walking or boating excursion to further enjoy the rainforest and Amazon River. Afternoon transfer to Iquitos then on to the airport for return flight to Lima and ongoing flight out of Peru. Adventures to Peru services end today in the Lima Airport.

* Lunch (if flight departure permits)

What’s Included

International and/or Domestic Flights
Visa and Passport Fees
Insurance
Alcohol, Drinks
Tips
Optional Activities/day-tours/excursions
International / Domestic Airport Taxes / Excess Baggage Fees

Get A Question ?

Do not hesitate to Contact Us
From $425.00
3 Days 2 Nights
Iquitos
3 days/2 nights Daily Departures Year Round Suggested Season Between April 1st-October 31st Adult from $ 425.00 / Child contact us

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Trip Overview The Muyuna Amazon Lodge is located on the banks of the Yanayacu River (a small tributary to the Amazon) about 84 miles south west of Iquitos. Its strategic location close to the the Pacaya Samiria Amazon Reserve, helps guarantee observation of birds, monkeys, sloth, dolphins, fish, and more, in their natural habitat.

This is a top-notch genuine Amazon Jungle experience. However, travelers must be prepared to be out of touch with the ‘real world’ for the duration of the visit.

Surrounded by abundant rainforest, the Muyuna Amazon Lodge has been designed and built in accordance with local architecture for the local community of San Juan, using all local materials in its construction.

Mostly known as a small intimate lodge, each of the 17 rooms is fresh and sealed with mesh screens on the windows and roof. Each cottage has a full bathroom, with running water, small terrace and hammock that overlooks the river. Kerosene lamps are the only light used in the bungalows.

There is a large dining room for socializing and numerous hammocks to relax in.

For those who want to stay in touch with ‘the outside’, sorry but there’s no Internet here. Electricity is available, though, in the evening to recharge cameras and laptops. Most current electronics (e.g. laptops, cameras) can be safely charged using 220V current which is what we offer, but please check your owners manual first!

Activities include hikes in primary rainforest, flora and fauna observation, bird watching, canoe rides, piranha fishing and day / night excursions. In the Pacaya Samiria National Reserve visitors will also have the chance to observe the exotic pink dolphin of the Amazon at their natural habitat.

*As on all Adventures to Peru tours, you’re taken care of from beginning to end: airport transfers are included!

Details

Tour Details

Tour Payment
Adult from $ 425.00 / Child contact us
50% Deposit

Prices
In USD$, per person and based on double occupancy, unless otherwise noted. Prices subject to change. Prices based on 4% cash discount.
Accommodation
2 nights & 3 days at Muyuna Jungle Lodge in double occupancy
Group Size
Minimum 2

Meals Included
All meals, (B) Breakfast, (L) Lunch, (D) Dinner at lodge

Transport
Private shuttle/van, motorboat, canoe

Local Domestic flight is not included in this itinerary. Price fluctuations and seasonal availability limit our capacity to guarantee rate/departure times. This domestic flight can be arranged through Adventures to Peru prior to departure for an additional cost.

Notes
1. A moderate fitness level is recommended on this tour.

2. Due to the unpredictable nature of the rainforest, day-by-day activities may vary due to local conditions

3. Single Room supplement US$ 50.00 per night

4. Arrival in Iquitos after 4pm requires the first night in the Iquitos with transfer to lodge the following morning)

5. Local Domestic flight is not included in this itinerary. Price fluctuations and seasonal availability limit our capacity to guarantee rate/departure times. This domestic flight can be arranged through Adventures to Peru prior to departure for an additional cost.

Full Itinerary

Day 1 Muyuna Amazon Jungle Lodge (L,D)
Arrival and reception at the Iquitos airport and transfer to the port where our speedboat will be waiting to start our adventure up river.

Our trip up the Amazon River will be about 3 hours to the lodge, followed by buffet style lunch and accommodation. This afternoon, we will go on an orientation hike through the primary forest that surrounds the lodge to appreciate abundant flora and fauna.

Pending evening weather conditions, we’ll embark on a nocturnal canoe excursion in search animals and insects. Relax to the sound of the forest before dinner and drinks.

Day 2 Muyuna Amazon Jungle Lodge (B,L,D)
After breakfast at dawn, we’ll take a guided orientation hike, Leoncito by name, through the forest around the lodge, searching for birds, and jungle creatures such as the world’s smallest monkey, the pigmy marmoset, and the squirrel and tamarin monkeys. If you’re lucky, you’ll see the howler monkey, whose deafening roar can be heard many miles away. Taste the water that Uncaria tomentosa (cat’s claw) has within its vines – some say it can cure cancer and AIDS.

At around noon we’ll return to the lodge for lunch.

Following lunch, we’ll visit the lakes of Purura and Corrientes and have some optional activities, such as canoes on the lake, piranha fishing, identification of plants, bird watching or maybe a cool swim with the piranhas! A late afternoon arrival at the lodge gets you back in time for a cold shower and a hammock before dinner.

After dinner we’ll embark on a nigh walk in search of the numerous nocturnal creatures we can always hear but rarely see.

Days 3 Muyuna Amazon Jungle Lodge / Iquitos / Lima (B,L)
After breakfast we’ll take our small skiffs to the main Amazon River in search of the pink and grey Amazon River Dolphins, a true highlight of your trip. Then, back to the lodge for buffet style lunch.

Immediately after lunch we travel by speed boat back to the Iquitos Airport or hotel.

* Lunch (if flight departure permits)

If you require additional arrangements in Iquitos or Lima please advise upon booking and we’ll be happy to assist.

What’s Included

Local naturalist multilingual guide service for duration of the trip
Airport arrival AND departure transfers
All accommodations in double occupancy
Privately owned land/river transport along the route
Entrance fees for included excursions
Excellent Meals
One entree of chicken, beef, local fish or pasta and fresh salad.
A variety of rice and bean dishes, hot vegetables, bread and butter
A choice of desserts including local fruits such as papaya or pineapple or prepared desserts such as rice pudding or flan
Complementary coffee, tea and drinking water are available 24 hours a day
Bar service, including soft drinks, is also available at guest expense
Reconfirmation of ongoing flights

What’s Not Included

International and/or Domestic Flights
Visa and Passport Fees
Insurance
Alcohol, Drinks
Tips
Optional Activities/day-tours/excursions
International / Domestic Airport Taxes / Excess Baggage Fees

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From $550.00
4 Days 3 Nights
Iquitos

4 days/3 nights Daily Departures Year Round Adult from $ 550.00 / Child contact us

Please 'contact us' to book this tour

Trip Overview The Muyuna Amazon Lodge is located on the banks of the Yanayacu River (a small tributary to the Amazon) about 84 miles south west of Iquitos. Its strategic location close to the the Pacaya Samiria Amazon Reserve, helps guarantee observation of birds, monkeys, sloth, dolphins, fish, and more, in their natural habitat.

This is a top-notch genuine Amazon Jungle experience. However, travelers must be prepared to be out of touch with the ‘real world’ for the duration of the visit.

Surrounded by abundant rainforest, the Muyuna Amazon Lodge has been designed and built in accordance with local architecture for the local community of San Juan, using all local materials in its construction.

Mostly known as a small intimate lodge, each of the 17 rooms is fresh and sealed with mesh screens on the windows and roof. Each cottage has a full bathroom, with running water, small terrace and hammock that overlooks the river. Kerosene lamps are the only light used in the bungalows.

There is a large dining room for socializing and numerous hammocks to relax in.

For those who want to stay in touch with ‘the outside’, sorry but there’s no Internet here. Electricity is available, though, in the evening to recharge cameras and laptops. Most current electronics (e.g. laptops, cameras) can be safely charged using 220V current which is what we offer, but please check your owners manual first!

Activities include hikes in primary rainforest, flora and fauna observation, bird watching, canoe rides, piranha fishing and day / night excursions. In the Pacaya Samiria National Reserve visitors will also have the chance to observe the exotic pink dolphin of the Amazon at their natural habitat.

*As on all Adventures to Peru tours, you’re taken care of from beginning to end: airport transfers are included!

Details

Tour Details

Tour Payment
Adult from $ 550.00 / Child contact us
50% Deposit

Prices
In USD$, per person and based on double occupancy, unless otherwise noted. Prices subject to change. Prices based on 4% cash discount.

Accommodation
3 nights & 4 days at Muyuna Jungle Lodge in double occupancy

Group Size
Minimum 2

Meals Included
All meals, (B) Breakfast, (L) Lunch, (D) Dinner at lodge

Transport
Private shuttle/van, motorboat, canoe

Local Domestic flight is not included in this itinerary. Price fluctuations and seasonal availability limit our capacity to guarantee rate/departure times. This domestic flight can be arranged through Adventures to Peru prior to departure for an additional cost.

Notes
1. A moderate fitness level is recommended on this tour.

2. Due to the unpredictable nature of the rainforest, day-by-day activities may vary due to local conditions

3. Single Room supplement US$ 50.00 per night

4. Arrival in Iquitos after 4pm requires the first night in the Iquitos with transfer to lodge the following morning)

5. Local Domestic flight is not included in this itinerary. Price fluctuations and seasonal availability limit our capacity to guarantee rate/departure times. This domestic flight can be arranged through Adventures to Peru prior to departure for an additional cost.

What’s Included

Local naturalist multilingual guide service for duration of the trip
Airport arrival AND departure transfers
All accommodations in double occupancy
Privately owned land/river transport along the route
Entrance fees for included excursions
Excellent Meals
One entree of chicken, beef, local fish or pasta and fresh salad.
A variety of rice and bean dishes, hot vegetables, bread and butter
A choice of desserts including local fruits such as papaya or pineapple or prepared desserts such as rice pudding or flan
Complementary coffee, tea and drinking water are available 24 hours a day
Bar service, including soft drinks, is also available at guest expense
Reconfirmation of ongoing flights

What’s Not Included

International and/or Domestic Flights
Visa and Passport Fees
Insurance
Alcohol, Drinks
Tips
Optional Activities/day-tours/excursions
International / Domestic Airport Taxes / Excess Baggage Fees

Get A Question ?

Do not hesitate to Contact Us
From $650.00
5 Days 4 Nights
Iquitos

5 days/4 nights Daily Departures Year Round Adult from $ 650.00 / Child contact us

Please 'contact us' to book this tour

Trip Overview The Muyuna Amazon Lodge is located on the banks of the Yanayacu River (a small tributary to the Amazon) about 84 miles south west of Iquitos. Its strategic location close to the the Pacaya Samiria Amazon Reserve, helps guarantee observation of birds, monkeys, sloth, dolphins, fish, and more, in their natural habitat.

This is a top-notch genuine Amazon Jungle experience. However, travelers must be prepared to be out of touch with the ‘real world’ for the duration of the visit.

Surrounded by abundant rainforest, the Muyuna Amazon Lodge has been designed and built in accordance with local architecture for the local community of San Juan, using all local materials in its construction.

Mostly known as a small intimate lodge, each of the 17 rooms is fresh and sealed with mesh screens on the windows and roof. Each cottage has a full bathroom, with running water, small terrace and hammock that overlooks the river. Kerosene lamps are the only light used in the bungalows.

There is a large dining room for socializing and numerous hammocks to relax in.

For those who want to stay in touch with ‘the outside’, sorry but there’s no Internet here. Electricity is available, though, in the evening to recharge cameras and laptops. Most current electronics (e.g. laptops, cameras) can be safely charged using 220V current which is what we offer, but please check your owners manual first!

Activities include hikes in primary rainforest, flora and fauna observation, bird watching, canoe rides, piranha fishing and day / night excursions. In the Pacaya Samiria National Reserve visitors will also have the chance to observe the exotic pink dolphin of the Amazon at their natural habitat.

*As on all Adventures to Peru tours, you’re taken care of from beginning to end: airport transfers are included!

Details

Tour Details

Tour Payment
Adult from $ 650.00 / Child contact us
50% Deposit

Prices
In USD$, per person and based on double occupancy, unless otherwise noted. Prices subject to change. Prices based on 4% cash discount.

Accommodation
4 nights & 5 days at Muyuna Jungle Lodge in double occupancy

Group Size
Minimum 2

Meals Included
All meals, (B) Breakfast, (L) Lunch, (D) Dinner at lodge

Transport
Private shuttle/van, motorboat, canoe

Local Domestic flight is not included in this itinerary. Price fluctuations and seasonal availability limit our capacity to guarantee rate/departure times. This domestic flight can be arranged through Adventures to Peru prior to departure for an additional cost.

Notes
1. A moderate fitness level is recommended on this tour.
2. Due to the unpredictable nature of the rainforest, day-by-day activities may vary due to local conditions
3. Single Room supplement US$ 50.00 per night
4. Arrival in Iquitos after 4pm requires the first night in the Iquitos with transfer to lodge the following morning)
5. Local Domestic flight is not included in this itinerary. Price fluctuations and seasonal availability limit our capacity to guarantee rate/departure times. This domestic flight can be arranged through Adventures to Peru prior to departure for an additional cost.

What’s Included

Local naturalist multilingual guide service for duration of the trip
Airport arrival AND departure transfers
All accommodations in double occupancy
Privately owned land/river transport along the route
Entrance fees for included excursions
Excellent Meals
One entree of chicken, beef, local fish or pasta and fresh salad.
A variety of rice and bean dishes, hot vegetables, bread and butter
A choice of desserts including local fruits such as papaya or pineapple or prepared desserts such as rice pudding or flan
Complementary coffee, tea and drinking water are available 24 hours a day
Bar service, including soft drinks, is also available at guest expense
Reconfirmation of ongoing flights

What’s Not Included

International Flights
Visa and passport fees
Insurance
All meals (see above)
Alcohol, Drinks
Tips
Optional activities/day-tours/excursions
International departure taxes and excess baggage fees

Get A Question ?

Do not hesitate to Contact Us
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