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This in depth exploration of 8days/7nights in the Area de Conservacion Reserva Comunal Tamshiyacu Tahuayo, out of Iquitos city in NE Peru explores a variety of different ecosystems. The water ecology is very acidic so there are no species of mosquitoes that carry malaria, yellow fever, dengue or zika. Highlights include viewing pink dolphins, exploring the canopy with ziplines, platforms and walkway and viewing the greatest diversity of monkeys found in the Amazon basin.Optional expenses only: cola or beer drinks, souvenirs, tips, laundry.

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Day wise Itinerary

  • Day 1 : River Journey to Lodge

    Transfer in from airport or hotel

    If airport: Look for our booth in the baggage area of Iquitos Airport, by the restrooms, with our logo (head of a hoatzin bird in a diamond shape).

    Speedboat transfer (note–is 4 hours) up the Amazon, then the Tahuayo tributary to our lodge.

    Evening excursion

    • Meals & Drinks : Lunch, Dinner
  • Day 2 :

    *From the main lodge

    Guided excursions in and around the Tamshiyacu-Tahuayo Reserve. Every day your private guide will discuss a selection of activities that you can choose to do. There is no extra cost for private guide or customizing your itinerary to your needs and interests.

    The main lodge has the greater variety of excursions of our two lodges. The following is but a sample list:

    Canopy platforms and ziplines

    Hike into varzea forest behind lodge; highly probable to see pygmy marmosets, owl monkeys, yellow-crowned brush tailed rats, wire-tailed manakins. Also possible to see black tamarins, saddle-backed tamarins, trogons.

    Hike to Lake Tapaje, explore by canoe.

    Canoe into tahuampa forest (flooded forest), canoe past giant ficus trees, see hoatzin birds, horned screamers, look for caiman on observation platform.

    Motorboat to terra firme forest, hike into frog valley. See beautiful little poison dart frogs, which were studied by scientists from Uppsala University (Sweden) September-November 2013. See bat cave; braver people can crawl through bat cave.

    Motorboat to Lake Charo to see pink dolphins, swimming. En route look for squirrel monkeys, sloths, raptors.

    Fish for piranha.

    Visit native village of El Chino. Visit artisania cooperative. Visit with shaman (subject to his availability). Visit farm. Visit school.

    • Themes : Valley
    • Meals & Drinks : Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner
  • Day 3 :

    From the main lodge

    Guided excursions in and around the Tamshiyacu-Tahuayo Reserve. Every day your private guide will discuss a selection of activities that you can choose to do. There is no extra cost for private guide or customizing your itinerary to your needs and interests.

    The main lodge has the greater variety of excursions of our two lodges. The following is but a sample list:

    Canopy platforms and ziplines

    Hike into varzea forest behind lodge; highly probable to see pygmy marmosets, owl monkeys, yellow-crowned brush tailed rats, wire-tailed manakins. Also possible to see black tamarins, saddle-backed tamarins, trogons.

    Hike to Lake Tapaje, explore by canoe.

    Canoe into tahuampa forest (flooded forest), canoe past giant ficus trees, see hoatzin birds, horned screamers, look for caiman on observation platform.

    Motorboat to terra firme forest, hike into frog valley. See beautiful little poison dart frogs, which were studied by scientists from Uppsala University (Sweden) September-November 2013. See bat cave; braver people can crawl through bat cave.

    Motorboat to Lake Charo to see pink dolphins, swimming. En route look for squirrel monkeys, sloths, raptors.

    Fish for piranha.

    Visit native village of El Chino. Visit artisania cooperative. Visit with shaman (subject to his availability). Visit farm. Visit school.

    • Themes : Valley
    • Meals & Drinks : Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner
  • Day 4 :

    From the main lodge

    Guided excursions in and around the Tamshiyacu-Tahuayo Reserve. Every day your private guide will discuss a selection of activities that you can choose to do. There is no extra cost for private guide or customizing your itinerary to your needs and interests.

    The main lodge has the greater variety of excursions of our two lodges. The following is but a sample list:

    Canopy platforms and ziplines

    Hike into varzea forest behind lodge; highly probable to see pygmy marmosets, owl monkeys, yellow-crowned brush tailed rats, wire-tailed manakins. Also possible to see black tamarins, saddle-backed tamarins, trogons.

    Hike to Lake Tapaje, explore by canoe.

    Canoe into tahuampa forest (flooded forest), canoe past giant ficus trees, see hoatzin birds, horned screamers, look for caiman on observation platform.

    Motorboat to terra firme forest, hike into frog valley. See beautiful little poison dart frogs, which were studied by scientists from Uppsala University (Sweden) September-November 2013. See bat cave; braver people can crawl through bat cave.

    Motorboat to Lake Charo to see pink dolphins, swimming. En route look for squirrel monkeys, sloths, raptors.

    Fish for piranha.

    Visit native village of El Chino. Visit artisania cooperative. Visit with shaman (subject to his availability). Visit farm. Visit school.

    Meals: Breakfast, lunch, dinner

    • Themes : Valley
    • Meals & Drinks : Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner
  • Day 5 :

    To the Amazon Research Center lodge, ARC

    The Research Center is more remote. On the boat ride to the Research Center we stop to see bats, sloths, monkeys, raptors, toucans.

    We have over 100 km of hiking trails from the research center, most of the trails are laid out in a grid to facilitate the scientific collection of population data. The trails go through several ecosystems, including bajial, high and low restinga, palm swamp and terra firme. We can see many different species of monkeys, including brown and white capuchins, saki monkeys, titi monkeys, squirrel monkeys, pygmy marmosets, moustached tamarins, saddle-backed tamarins, and sometimes uakaris, as well as giant tayra weasels and tamandua anteaters. Data collected from camera traps also reveal a high density of jaguar live here but these are rarely seen.

    You can participate in our saki monkey project (described on our website)

    Boating the various lakes and rivers from the research center we often see caiman as well as the highly endangered giant river otters.

    Hiking to Lake Yarina (full day) we can see hoatzins on their nests, blue and yellow macaws and caiman.

    • Meals & Drinks : Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner
  • Day 6 :

    To the Amazon Research Center lodge, ARC

    The Research Center is more remote. On the boat ride to the Research Center we stop to see bats, sloths, monkeys, raptors, toucans.

    We have over 100 km of hiking trails from the research center, most of the trails are laid out in a grid to facilitate the scientific collection of population data. The trails go through several ecosystems, including bajial, high and low restinga, palm swamp and terra firme. We can see many different species of monkeys, including brown and white capuchins, saki monkeys, titi monkeys, squirrel monkeys, pygmy marmosets, moustached tamarins, saddle-backed tamarins, and sometimes uakaris, as well as giant tayra weasels and tamandua anteaters. Data collected from camera traps also reveal a high density of jaguar live here but these are rarely seen.

    You can participate in our saki monkey project (described on our website)

    Boating the various lakes and rivers from the research center we often see caiman as well as the highly endangered giant river otters.

    Hiking to Lake Yarina (full day) we can see hoatzins on their nests, blue and yellow macaws and caiman.

    • Meals & Drinks : Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner
  • Day 7 :

    To the Amazon Research Center lodge, ARC

    The Research Center is more remote. On the boat ride to the Research Center we stop to see bats, sloths, monkeys, raptors, toucans.

    We have over 100 km of hiking trails from the research center, most of the trails are laid out in a grid to facilitate the scientific collection of population data. The trails go through several ecosystems, including bajial, high and low restinga, palm swamp and terra firme. We can see many different species of monkeys, including brown and white capuchins, saki monkeys, titi monkeys, squirrel monkeys, pygmy marmosets, moustached tamarins, saddle-backed tamarins, and sometimes uakaris, as well as giant tayra weasels and tamandua anteaters. Data collected from camera traps also reveal a high density of jaguar live here but these are rarely seen.

    You can participate in our saki monkey project (described on our website)

    Boating the various lakes and rivers from the research center we often see caiman as well as the highly endangered giant river otters.

    Hiking to Lake Yarina (full day) we can see hoatzins on their nests, blue and yellow macaws and caiman.

    • Meals & Drinks : Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner
  • Day 8 :

    Morning return to the main lodge

    Afternoon boat to Iquitos

    Transfer to airport or hotel

    Meals: Breakfast, lunch, dinner

    *A note on our two lodges

    The Main Lodge:

    Cabins have private bathrooms

    Greater variety of activities

    The Research Center:

    Cabins have shared bathrooms

    Better hiking, over 50 miles of trails through a variety of ecosystems

    More wildlife

    Lodge is more remote, in more pristine forest

    Reservations must be made in advance

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Inclusions

  • Hotel
  • Meals
  • Sightseeing
  • All transfers
  • Lodging
  • Meals
  • Private guide
  • Excursions customized to your liking
  • Gear such as jungle boots
  • Wifi
  • Entrance fees
  • Conservation fees
  • Port taxes, etc.

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Exclusions

  • Optional expenses only: cola or beer drinks, souvenirs, tips, laundry.

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Terms & Conditions

Payment Terms & Methods :
* Some Advance Percentage of total booking amount
* Airfare/Transport fare to be paid full at one time in advance.

Cancellation & Refund Policy :
* Upon cancellation, refund will be made after deducting the Retention Amount.
* Retention Amount varies as per the number of days left before your package start date.

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Andean Adventures Peru is located in the ancient city of Cusco, at the heart of any trip to Peru. We have been offering and operating cultural, ecological and adventure travel in the Andean region and the Amazon basin since 1985. Read More...

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