Iquitos is known as the "capital of the Peruvian Amazon." The city is located in the Great Plains of the Amazon Basin, fed by the Amazon, Nanay and Itaya rivers. Overall, it constitutes the Iquitos metropolitan area, a conurbation of 471,993 inhabitants consisting of four districts: Iquitos, Punchana, Belén, and San Juan Bautista. It is the largest city in the world that cannot be reached by road – it is accessible only by river and air.


Day 1: Iquitos – Cumaceba Lodge.
Reception at Iquitos airport, short city tour. Transfer to our private harbor to take our speed boat to visit the floating thatch roof houses in the district of “Belen”, located on the edge of the Itaya river,(From November to July) continue traveling down the Amazon River we arrive at the ecological reserve “Cumaceba Lodge”. The reception will be with a welcome drink made of a typical fruit, accommodation in the bungalows with private bathrooms, typical lunch, a long walk in the primary forest to know and learn about medicinal plants and the wild life of the reserve. Depending on the weather conditions, we may see the sun set. At night a jungle walk excursion, to hear the sound of the rain forest animals and to find several nocturnal insects and frogs. Dinner and over night in Cumaceba Lodge.

Day 2: Cumaceba Lodge – Yagua Indian & Fishing.
An early morning jungle walks for bird watching to see the legendary Hoatzin-Shansho. After breakfast we will visit the “Yagua” Indian Village, to see their typical clothing and hear their own dialect, see how they use the blowgun, typical dances, also we can buy or trade their handy craft. Return to the lodge, typical lunch self service. Piranha fishing and other species as well, nocturnal lake excursion in canoes, to Hear rainforest typical sounds. Dinner and over night in Cumaceba Lodge.

Day 3: Cumaceba Lodge-Dolphins & lily pad.
Sunrise at the edge of the river bird watching at the “Padre Isla” town, canoe ride to see the Victoria Regia (lily pad), the largest aquatic flower of the world. Breakfast. Ride on the Amazon River to seek for the gray and pink dolphins. Visit to a small zoo to see some local species of animals such as anacondas, sloths, turtles and others. Walk to the Yanayacu River for canoe ride, Typical lunch and return to Iquitos. Transfer at the hotel or airport.

Price per person US$ 286.00 based on double occupancy.