This package is designed for travelers who have little time, but are determined to enter the jungle and live unforgettable experiences. In a few days, you can make excursions, navigate the Amazon River, observe a variety of flora and fauna. At the end of each day, you will enjoy the sunsets that only the Peruvian Northern Amazon can offer you.
The adventure begins from the moment we pick you up from the hotel or the airport, while you observe Iquitos, one of the largest cities in the world without roads.
Visit the Animal Rescue Center.
Navigate the unique and famous Amazon River.
Welcome drink with regional fruit juice and a surprise gift.
After lunch, walk around the lodge to see the immense variety of flora, including medicinal plants and trees over 40 meters high.
Observation of the Monkey Leoncito (the smallest in the world) and other species.
Sunset over the famous jungle of mirrors.
After dinner night excursion by boat to see alligators, nocturnal birds and mammals.
Walk to the Amazon River to swim where the pink and gray dolphins live.
Observation of Victoria Regia, the largest aquatic plant in the world.
Observation of iguanas.
Piranha fishing in the Corriente and Purura Lagoons (Optional).
Observation of the hoatzin or shansho, prehistoric bird.
Night walk in search of huge tarantulas and frogs.
Boat trip to Sapote lagoon looking at birds.
Excursion to Moena Lagoon where you will see sloths and monkeys.
Transfer to Iquitos.
Land transfer to hotel or airport.
In 1999, we were a young couple of Peruvians with their heads full of dreams, looking for adventures throughout Peru. We traveled along the beaches, rivers, valleys, and mountains of Peru, but none of that caused the visual impact like the Amazon River and its jungle.
For this reason, we seek a place far away from civilization, and with the help of the community of San Juan de Yanayacu, our dream came true. The beauty of the Amazon Rainforest was so beautiful that we wanted to share all its wonders with the world. At the same time, we were looking to protect this region from illegal logging and hunting. It was at this moment when we decided to create this life project.
Since then, we have demonstrated to the world a sustainable approach to responsible and conscious tourism.
Now, our extended family has more than 40 members, including people from Iquitos, Lima and San Juan de Yanayacu.
All our guides are Peruvian, some speak English and several have been born in the area, growing up with such knowledge that in a given moment can make them a medic or a naturalist, and in other moments they will be so camouflaged with the jungle that you will think that they had a hyper-developed sense of vision and smell.
The community of San Juan de Yanayacu welcomed us with open arms and in a gesture of gratitude, we have created a strategic alliance to preserve the habitat where we are located, benefiting the inhabitants, the animals, the jungle, and our travelers.
We want to contribute and invest in the Peruvian economy. For this reason, we use products that are produced in Peru.
We hope you can help us continue with this beautiful story.