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4-Day Amazon Forest Camping Adventure Tour From Iquitos
  • Tour Category

    Group Tour

  • Tour Types

    Boating, Adventure Sports, Camping

  • Duration

    4 Days

  • Activity Level

    Medium

  • Language

    English, French, German, Spanish

Description

Venture into the Peruvian Amazon, Pacaya Samiria National Reserve, and remote areas away from civilization. This exciting 4-day adventure tour will take you along the Yarapa, Marañón, and Ucayali rivers. Also, set off on night excursions and canoe rides in search of alligators, spiders, and nocturnal animals. 

Highlights
  • Go on night excursions in the Amazon rainforest
  • Explore the marañón and Ucayali rivers 
  • Go canoeing and stay in camps
  • Day 1: Iquitos to Yarapa Basin expand_more
    • Be received at the airport by your private guide and transfer from Iquitos to Nauta by car (115 km).
    • Attend a brief orientation and learn about the city of Nauta before setting sail.
    • Go navigating along the Marañón and Ucayali rivers, and see the junction where the Amazon River is formed. 
    • Continue sailing to the Yarapa river basin. An unforgettable experience in one of the areas rich in biodiversity that we have on the planet. Lunch on the banks of the river with the splendid landscape.
    • Camp in the heart of the jungle, learn survival techniques. 
    • Enjoy dinner and head out for a night excursion in the jungle to look for tarantulas, amphibians, and reptiles.
  • Day 2: Sunrise Tour expand_more
    • Wake up early and enjoy canoeing bird watching, and spotting monkeys.
    • Enjoy breakfast at the itinerant camp and then walk through the jungle to see the wide variety of flora and fauna. Spot giant trees such as Lupuna, Capirona, Capinurí and also birds such as the Toucan, Macaw, Parrots, Great White Heron, Kingfisher, monkeys, pichicos and the lazy bear. 
    • Have lunch at the itinerant camp and head out to navigate on the Yarapa River in search of grey or pink dolphin and the possibility of swimming with them in their habitat.
    • After dinner, set out on a night excursion in a canoe to look for alligators in their habitat, and listen to the sound of the jungle.
  • Day 3: Yarapa River Fishing Tour expand_more
    • Have breakfast at the camp and gt ready for the artisanal fishing tour on the Yarapa River. 
    • Learn the traditional way of fishing for piranhas or other species.
    • Enjoy lunch on the banks of the river with the splendid landscape. 
    • In the afternoon, visit a lake to search for herons and other tropical bird species. 
    • Wait for the sunset we get ready for our night canoe tour to look for alligators in their habitat. 
    • Enjoy dinner and retire for the day.
  • Day 4 : Nauta / Iquitos Sunrise Walk expand_more
    • Get ready to leave the camp, and during the return trip, make a stop on the island of the monkeys, where you can see several monkeys species. 
    • After lunch, cross the Marañón and Ucayali rivers, which shape the majestic Amazon River's body.
    • Get ready for the return to the city of Nauta and land transfer to Iquitos. 
    • At 5 pm, transfer to your hotel or if appropriate, to the airport at appropriate times.
What's Included
  • Land and river transfers

  • 3 nights in travelling camps

  • All the foods

  • Excursions as detailed in the program

  • Native bilingual guide (English or Spanish), with knowledge of flora and fauna

What's Excluded
  • Airplane tickets

  • Tips

  • Laundry

  • Sodas and alcoholic beverages

What to bring
  • Long and short sleeve shirt, preferably light colours

  • Long and short pants

  • Swimwear

  • Cap or hat

  • Sunglasses

  • Ponchos for rain

  • Repellent

  • Flashlights 

  • Personal medicine

  • Personal hygiene items

  • Slipper and sandals

Meeting Point

Iquitos, Peru

Cancellation Policy

For cancellations upto 2 days before the tour -

Refund of 80% of the tour price.
90
Starting From

From

USD USD---- 480.00
USD 480.00 / Adult

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