Exotic Jungle Experience

Exotic Jungle Experience

Duration: 2 days

Recreation, enjoyment and short eco-adventure in the Amazon Rainforest. Right place for families who are looking mix the Amazon experience with comfort. Visit Iquitos City. Operator Amazon Rainforest Lodge. It is one of the best tours in Iquitos.


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Rates & Booking

Package Type Accommodation Type Max. Guest Per Room Rate per Person N° Travelers

Nomal Fare

  • In single room basis
  • In double room basis
  • Child under 17 years old

Visa Offer

  • In single room basis
  • In double room basis
  • Child under 17 years old
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Day One: Iquitos / Amazon River / Serpentario / Amazon Rainforest Lodge
  • Our guide collects you from the airport or your hotel; the transfer by bus from Iquitos airport to the Bellavista port is a 1/2 hour ride. On the way we pass the fascinating vibrant jungle metropolis with historical roots in the rubber boom.
  • You will be accompanied by a permanent English speaking Guide during your trip.
  • We head towards the Bellavista harbor on the Nany River to board our speedboat for a 45 minute trip up the Nanny and Momon rivers (Note: It is quite possible that you will share the boat trip with other passengers who are entering the lodge at the same time).
  • On the way we observe the Nanay and Amazon River, you will note the “meeting of the waters” a blending of the Amazon which is brown and Nanay which is black water. (Sometimes you can see the pink or gray dolphins).
  • We will appreciate our natural wonder that is the “Amazon River”
  • Visit to “Barrio Florido” - Fundo Don Pedrito a small village where you can see Victoria Regia plants, and see a collection of aligators and paiche fish.
  • On the way to the lodge we stop to visit the Serpentarium. A local Peruvian man has a fine collection of wild animals including Boa and Anaconda snakes, monkeys, jungle cats and sloths. He is happy for you to pick up the animals and take plenty of photographs. This is actually a real fun part of the whole jungle tour experience as it is the only time that you can really get up close and personal with the animals!
  • Upon arrival at the Lodge we are warmly greeted with a welcome drink made of local tropical fruits. Our Guide will explain the activities and he will give an orientation of the bungalows and the main facilities available at the Lodge.
  • We have our first taste of the delicious food in our restaurant “The Hungry Monkey”.
  • We visit the river communities of Gen Gen and Centro Fuerte where we will learn the customs and habits of the mestizo people who live on the river banks of the Amazon region. These “River People” are humble subsistence farmers and fishermen. In their small plots they harvest manioc tuber and plantains. They use small canoes and fishing nets to harvest the abundant variety of fish in the river. We will have a game of football against the local villagers from Gen Gen or Centro Fuerte (optional).
  • Visit the Botanical Garden “Chullachaki”. The owner will give an explanation about medicinal plants growing in this beautiful garden.
  • We visit the ‘Alamas’ Indigenous Tribe. They recently moved to our area and they have built a small community with a large communal hut where they offer us a typical friendly greeting. They dance and sing and perform their traditional rituals. They offer us their home made handicrafts made out of local plants, seeds and wood from the area.
  • We have a musical jungle jam session using a variety of local acoustic instruments that we keep by the Restaurant, such as harmonicas, guitars and flutes. Each of the tourists can pick an instrument and we can have fun playing and singing until the wee hours of the night.
Day Two: Amazon Rainforest Lodge/ Iquitos /Airport 
  • (Optional) We rise at the crack of dawn, around 05:30 AM, for an hour long canoe ride up river to enjoy the great variety of bird life. Many bird species of the Amazon are active at this hour feeding on fruit trees and diving into the river to catch small fish. We hear their joyful singing as they fly around.
  • We will travel by boat to Piranha Park a private reserve. It is a place to enjoy nature; there are five lakes, in one of them you can fish piranhas, in another other fish of the region, take a ride on a cayak; you can observe primates, a great variety of trees with long fibers and medicinal plants; you can see Victoria Regia, considered the largest water lilies; they have large round leaves measuring up to 1 meter in diameter, the flower is up to 40 cm diameter. They open from six in the evening, blooming from March to July. In this area you can find virgin forest and explore the mysteries of our jungle.
  • On our final day, from here we make our way back to the city of Iquitos 
  • City tours: this program may vary according to various factors, such as what time of day tourist enters the Lodge on the first day, what time they leave on the last day, the weather conditions, and how active that the tourists wishes to be during the trip. All the tourist´s wishes should be communicated to the guide who will do his best to accommodate them.
  • The Boulevard:  Located opposite the Itaya River, one block from the Main Square, overlooking the Amazon River; in the tour we observe important historical monuments, statues, restaurants and cafes. 
  • The Main Square: Very colorful place and meeting point for tourists.
  • The Catholic Cathedral: The Cathedral of Iquitos known as the Mother Church of Iquitos, located in the center of Iquitos, at the intersection of Arica and Putumayo streets, was declared a Historic Cultural of the Nation of Peru in 1996, considered an icon of Iquitos.
  • The cast Iron House built by Eiffel, designed by the French architect Gustave Eiffel (of Eiffel Tower fame) in 1897. 
  • From here we make our way to the airport to catch your flight home.
  • We cannot bring tourists to the Lodge after 3pm. This is because there are floating logs on the river which cannot easily be seen by the boatsman at dusk or at nighttime. If they arrive in Iquitos at this time or later, they will have to spend the night in a hotel in the city and sail out on the following day.
  • The order of the excursions can be changed according to the flight times or climate conditions.
Please ask the visitors to bring the following items with them on their trip to the rainforest:
  • Insect repellant
  • Good walking shoes that cover the heals (to avoid twisting your ankle)
  • Large sun hat
  • Sunglasses
  • Sun cream
  • Camera with plenty of film and batteries
  • Flashlight/torch to use at nighttime (plus spare batteries)
  • Lightweight raincoat with rainproof hat
  • Umbrella in case of rain
  • A good book to read, plenty of magazines (to read while you relax)
  • Pair of Binoculars
  • Water flask (fresh drinking water for jungle treks)
  • Swimming costume (for swimming in our large pool or in the river)
  • The native Indian tribes in the area are very poor and love to receive gifts of used clothing, old toys or anything at all that the tourist does not need and wishes to donate. Also, any items for children such as paper, pencils and pens are very gratefully received.

  • Private bus transfers, airport or hotel to the pier Nanay return.
  • City tour of the main sites of the city of Iquitos.
  • Water Transfer Puerto Nanay slider back and forth to the lodge.
  • All tours in the jungle, and income to tourist sites
  • Accommodation: 1 night and 2 days in the hostel Amazon Rainforest Lodge
  • Three meals a day for their entire stay in the hostel.

not Included
  • Airfares
  • Airport taxes
  • Consumption bar (soft drinks / beverages)
  • Personal expenses and not mentioned in this program

Not Include:

Rate not valid for independence days (July 26 - 31) and holy week




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