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Day 1 : Departure at 9:00 am
Morning pickup from your accommodation or the airport in private car or mini-van (depending on group size) to arrive at the port town of Nanay-Bellavista. In our way there you will get a brief description of Iquitos city and some of his main attractions. Departure by boat from Nanay port, making a stop to see the conjunction of Nanay river and Amazon river. Continue down the river for 1 hour 30 minutes enjoying the beautiful landscapes and the possibility to see river dolphins (gray and pink), herons (like the snowy egrett), kingfisher, yellow-billed tern, turtles and many other species along with spectacular flora. During the navigation, you will also see passing villages, like Barrio Florido, and rural jungle towns before reaching the rustic-style lodge. Self-catering lunch made with local products, including fresh fruit juice. Vegetarian, vegan and gluten-free options available per request. Boat expedition to the real Monkey Island (La isla de los monos) where you will get to know and play with macaws, amazonian parrots, sloths and a wide variety of monkeys: Woolly monkey (mono choro), Titi monkey (mono tocon), Spider monkey (mono araña or maquisapa), Tamarins (mono pichico), Howler monkey (mono aullador), Marmoset (mono leoncito), among others. The Monkey Island is a family owned rescue center, with all his permits up to date, dedicated to rescue, rehabilitate and release monkeys that are victims of pet trade. They have freed more than 200 monkeys since 1997. After Monkey Island we set up to navigate and look for some sweetwater dolphins like the gray and pink dolphin. Then we will take you by boat to try some artisanal piranha fishing, the way locals do it. The guide will instruct you, help you and provide you with all the equipment needed. Now it’s chill time. This is your chance to jump into the river and relax while swimming in the longest river on Earth. We will enjoy a peaceful dawn at the Amazon river. Dinner at lodge. Nocturnal hike looking for spiders, snakes, lizards, frogs or rodents, hearing the different sounds of nocturnal animals.
Overnight at lodge.
Day 2 : Santa Maria de Fatima
Early morning walk into the jungle. This is the best time to see wildlife in its own habitat by the riverbank and inside the jungle. Delight with the sounds of nature. Fresh breakfast with local fruit juice. We will prepare for our trip to Santa Maria de Fatima community, a small 200 people village by the Amazon river. They have developed an ecotourism project and built a 15 meters wooden tower in the middle of the jungle to enjoy the landscape, and the different bird species, of the heronry (called El Garzal). Navigation in the Amazon river to Santa Maria de Fatima. 30 minutes approx. Arrive at the community, register and meet some of the villagers. Here a local guide will join our professional guide. This is part of the sustainable tourism project and helps the community, while at the same time providing us with the experience and wisdom of someone that deeply knows the area. You can check an interview we did with Don Julio, who lives since 1950 in Santa Maria de Fatima and is also one of the local guides. Jungle walk for approx. 40 minutes. There is a chance to see monkeys here like the squirrel monkey (mono ardilla), saddle back tamarin (mono pichico pardo or cervecerita, its local name) and others. See if you can recognize them. Prepare lunch on the spot using fresh ingredients. Canoeing our way to the heronry. Go up the 3-floor 15 meters wooden watchtower to enjoy the landscape and look for animals and birds. Animal spotting and bird watching while slowly navigating through the heronry dense vegetation. Here we can find Hoatzin (Shansho), a prehistoric amazonian bird, and different species of herons like the snowy egrett (garza blanca), white and brown boat-billed herons (huapapa blanca y huapapa marron) and others. During the day we will have some fruits to keep us energized. Nocturnal hiking looking for wildlife like smoky jungle frog (sapo hualo), lizards, snakes and others. We can also find many medicinal plants that grow in the area and drink water from a water vine (called cat’s claw or uncaria tormentosa). The local guide will give us his wisdom in how they use them. Before coming back to the lodge we will go on a canoe expedition looking out for white caimans. Navigation back to the Amazon lodge. Dinner at lodge.
Overnight at lodge.
Day 3 : Return
We get up very early and hop on our boat to see the sunrise and start our morning bird watching expedition. This is the best time to see wildlife in his own habitat by the riverbank and inside the jungle, so we will go animal spotting. Fresh breakfast with local fruit juice. Ethnobotanical walk through the jungle to see and learn about Amazonian plants and his relationship with the people that inhabit this place. We will learn about amazonian medicinal plants. Visit to share with some members of one of the oldest indigenous groups in the Amazon, the Yahua tribe. You will get to know some of their songs and dances, practice your aim with the “cerbatana” (blow gun) and get the chance to contribute to their preservation by buying their hand-made handicrafts if you decide to do so. Self-catering lunch with typical food. Return by boat to Nanay port and private transfer to your accommodation or the airport.
|No of pax||Age Limit||Price per pax (Rs)|
|Adult||Above 12 years||$ 267 / Adult|
* Mentioned prices may vary depending upon date of travel, hotel availability, surge pricing and seasonal rush.
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