Reception at the place determined
Headed toward bellavista nanay to observe the different dishes of the area as well as tacacho with cured meat, juanes, roasted caimans, chorizo, and the famous anticuchoof Suri, as well as try some fruits that grow along the entire Amazon.
We board our boat to head towards the Amazon River to spot the meeting of the waters (river Nanay and Amazon River).
Sail for about 45 minutes towards the community of san juan de huashalado 35 km away, to visit the wildlife rescue center Neyser, where we can interact with more than 15 species of monkeys that are among the trees, know the prehistoric turtle (Matamata), parrots, macaws, anacondas, sloths, toucans etc.
Observation of pink and gray riverdolphins on the Amazon River.
Continuing our visit to the majestic Amazon River, to the village of flowery neighborhood where Pedrito’s farm is, we will have the opportunity to meet 02 endangered species such as the paiche and black caimans of the Amazon, also we have the opportunity to feed the piranhas and see the largest freshwater aquatic plants (victoriasamazonicas).
We will go on all the way to the Momon riverwhere the Tropical adventures lodge is located, where we will stay during your program.
Bathing in the Momon river and enjoy itits refreshing waters, where you can do boating or canoeing.
Night excursion to be in contact with some nocturnal animals and hear the symphony of birds, frogs and nocturnal insects and observe the constellations a night in the jungle.
Watching the sunrise and bird watching to hear the chirping of their beautiful melodies in the middle of the jungle. (Optional).
Nature walk in the rain forest to learn about the different species of medicinal plants and proper uses that are given to them. The guides will explain in detail the properties and use of each species.
We will sport fishing where we will have the opportunity to catch some fish from our own region, such as piranhas, sardines, catfish, etc.
We can make out the majestic Amazon sunset and take beautiful pictures.
The guide will narrate myths and legends typical of our region (Tunchi, the Ayaymama, the chullachaqui, etc.
We board our private boat, we head towards the native community Los Boras to know a little about their culture, their experiences and their craft and participate in their ceremonial dances they perform.
Continuing our native visit, know another indigenous culture, the tribe of the “Yagua” where we will have the opportunity to learn about their customs, crafts, fishing gear and huntingblowguen demonstration they can also perform some dances with them.
After lunch we will be visiting the butterfly farm where you can know your processes of evolution and life shekel.
We leave heading to the city of Iquitos.
to the main square of this beautiful city, founded in the nineteenth century and reached its height during the rubber boom.
Observation of the colonial era buildings that conserve its beautiful mosaics and wrought iron balconies brought from Europe.
Visit the known as “Iron House” designed by renowned French architect Gustave Eiffel and know the why of his building on the main square of Iquitos.
Visit the Morey House. fully restored house who was one of the largest rubber tappers city of Iquitos in the early twentieth century.
Visit the Amazon Museum, which houses 80 sculptures of Peruvian / Swedish artist Felipe Lettersten depicting the various Amazonian ethnic groups.
Walk around Bethlehem Market and Pasaje Paquito, where to buy typical, bark and herbal drinks. The most picturesque district of the city.
Tour Manatees Rescues center, where you can learn more about these peaceful mammals and learn more tra recovery system of this species in the Amazon rivers. You can even feed them.
Tour to Quistococha Zoo. Zoocriadero with 70 rescued Amazonian species, natural lagoon with rowboats and paddle to rent, equipped beach of white sand and restaurants.
Lunch in a restaurant Quistococha.Tour in Quistococha (with possibility of bathing in its white sand beach).
Return to your hotel or accommodation given by the passenger.
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