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Pacaya Samiria National Reserve is the second largest nature reserve in Peru and is a paradise for nature lovers. With an incredible variety of flora and fauna, it's a nature lover's paradise.
Discover the Heart of the Amazon: Embrace Nature's Symphony at Pacaya Samiria, Where Adventure and Conservation Unite!
Exploring Pacaya Samiria offers a truly unique and memorable journey. Encounter pink river dolphins, lively monkeys, breathtaking flora, and witness stunning sunsets mirrored on tranquil waters. Venture into the "Jungle of Mirrors"!
The Pacaya Samiria National Reserve provides a natural habitat for over a third of all the species recorded in the entire Amazon rainforest. With five hundred species of birds and twice as many species of vertebrates, it is a wonderful place to see a wide variety of wildlife.
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Tamshiyacu-Tahuayo Regional Conservation Area covers more than 1 million acres (4,200.8 sq km). Hundreds of species of primates, birds, reptiles and fish were documented in the reserve by the Field Museum of Chicago, USA, during fieldwork in 2003.
Located 100km south of Iquitos, the Tamshiyacu-Tahayo Reserve is a protected jungle area. Bordering the Pacaya-Samiria National Reserve, it is emerging as a biodiversity hotspot and a refuge that protects one of the most pristine jungle ecosystems in the Amazon rainforest.
A natural paradise, home to emblematic species such as the harpy eagle, the curassow, the giant otter and the red brocket deer, is located about 3 hours from Iquitos. Thanks to the protection of the Tamshiyacu Tahuayo Communal Regional Conservation Area, this paradise and these species, some of which are in danger of extinction, are preserved.
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The Yarapa river rises near the Brazilian border. It is one of hundreds of tributaries of the great Ucayali river, the forerunner of the mighty Amazon. Endowed with white and black water river systems, it is home to 200 species of birds, countless arthropods including bullet ants and rainbow-coloured orb spiders, and the ubiquitous nine species of primates. The marmosets, capuchins, howlers, squirrel monkeys and more.
Explore the wonders of the Yarapa river, where you can experience camping and rafting surrounded by the untouched beauty of the Amazon rainforest.
Contemporary ecologists have examined global rainforests and determined that Peru, specifically along a stretch of forest forming a belt from the Andean Foothills to the western edge of the Amazonian basin, boasts the highest biodiversity on the planet. Yarapa river basin, situated just east of this belt, holds the potential for the second-highest plant diversity on Earth.
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We want to be more than just a tourism business. We aspire to offer a great sustainable tourism program in the rainforest as part of our commitment to preserving the largest rainforest on Earth and its aboriginal culture. We are descendants of the people who settled this land for millennia, people with incredible knowledge and understanding of environmentally friendly life. Our mission is to continue preserving this big forest for humanity, for oncoming children.
We perform our services in full compliance with Peruvian law, and its regulations to operate in Amazonia. Our Lodge has environmentally friendly sanitation, and safety regulations. We accomplish regulations enforced by the Peruvian Coast Guard and our boat drivers are licensed. We do not support businesses that mistreat, abuse, and profit from captive wild animals.
We actively collaborate with "Kamaq Maki", Quechua words for "Creative Hands", a community-run project to develop handicrafts to sell in our workshops. This opportunity is contributing to improving living conditions in our local community. About 5 women were committed to this initiative at the beginning, but now there are 12 associated women.