Tours of each week are flexible and are organized into small groups that are at least 2 people and a maximum of 8 people. Having a small group we focus on the quality of service, experience and build confidence.
The camp is located in the heart of the peruvian Amazon. On the Pacaya Samiria Nacional Reserve buffer zone, on the right side of Cumaceba river bank, 260 km. from Iquitos city and is surrounded by jungle.
In the evenings you can enjoy a wonderful break, lulled by the sweet song of the animals, crickets and frogs.
Your journey with us will be a unique experience, with quality that characterizes us, years of experience behind us.
While we recommend this PROGRAM, because it is where you can enjoy the tour, we can also fit your needs, time, budget, so you just have to contact us and we will be happy to answer any questions you have.
Day 1: Departure
To start the tour, we will travel early in the morning (8 a.m.) from Iquitos to Nauta. Upon arriving in Nauta, we will head to the port where we will board a “peque peque,” a typical boat used for transportation in this part of the jungle.
After about an hour of traveling on the Marñón river, we arrive at the Ucayali river, where the majestic Amazon river starts to take shape. It is at the meeting point of these two rivers where we can see both pink and grey dolphins.
We travel on the river, upstream along the Ucayali river about 2:30 hour to our base camp is located on the banks of the creek Cumaceba 260 km. Iquitos and is surrounded by primary forest.
We will also visit an area where you can see the largest aquatic plant in the world, the famous lily pad. At night, you will enjoy your first night at the lodge listening to the sound of crickets, frogs, and other jungle animals.
In the morning after breakfast we will take another short walk through the jungle. At noon, we will eat lunch and get ready to visit the town of Puerto Miguel, where we can see even more species of birds and monkeys.
When we arrive to the town, we will walk around and meet some of the people that live there so you can see their lifestyle and customs.
You can also purchase some local handicrafts to take with you as souvenirs of your trip to the Peruvian jungle. Finally, we will return to Nauta and from there, to Iquitos.