Exploring Jungle

In its territory many areas of virgin forest with rich Amazonian flora and fauna are preserved, and is sparsely populated by native communities associated with river banks and lagoons. Normally matriarchal organizations engaged in fishing, hunting and agriculture. Communities near the city of Pucallpa also engaged in handicraft production and shamanism.


Near Pucallpa inhabit ancestral native Shipibo communities - Conibos.   Very close to the city tourists can get in touch with nature in Yarinacocha, a large lagoon formed by an ancient meander of the Ucayali River and around which various peoples of Shipibo communities like San Francisco are located, plus abundant flora and fauna of an Amazonian lagoon, ideal for bird watching, fishing, water sports and relaxation.


Pucallpa is a great opportunity and an excellent choice for those who want to escape for a moment from the forest of concrete and cement, infernal noise and pollution of big cities. It is also special for those who want to have a close encounter with paradisiacal places in the virgin forest of the Amazon, its native people and with no other noise other than the chirping of birds, monkeys and insects.


The Amazon of Peru is abundant, lush. The dark green of our forest is home to dozens of ethnic groups and one of the natural systems of the planet's most biodiverse. The Peruvian Amazon offers you the opportunity to delve into the mystery of the wilderness, in the back in time, in the origin of life, the knowledge of the mega and enjoy the fantastic scenarios that are discovered when browsing the Ucayali river and then the Amazon, chosen among the new 7 Wonders of the World


In the Andes of Peru on Amazon River, the longest and mightiest in the world, its basin is born with thousands of tributaries, is covered with dense vegetation and covers more than half of Peru. The interesting thing is that the Peruvian Amazon is so big and megadiverse that could take months or years to know, is why we have developed a tourist infrastructure and circuits that allow visitors to choose the one that best suits your interests.



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