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Go deep into the Amazon jungle from Iquitos to experience wildlife on foot or by way of boat and canoe rides.
Arequipa Pick-Up and Transfer to the Amazon (L/D)
Please arrive at Iquitos before 9:00 am today. Upon arrival to Iquitos, you will be picked up at the airport or a hotel and transferred to the office. Make last-minute arrangements and then head off to the port for a 3-hour speed boat ride on the Amazon River. Upon arrival at the jungle lodge, you will have time to get settled in and then enjoy a delicious traditional buffet lunch. Enjoy a fun afternoon boat trip to Lake Sapote where you can see heaps of different bird species such as parrots, jacanas, kingfishers, herons, panguanas, partridges, pigeons, cormorants, and horned screamers. Continue to Moena lagoon to see monkeys, squirrels, and sloths, then watch the sunset over the forest before heading back to the lodge for dinner. Take an evening boat safari to see nocturnal animals such as caimans and birds.
NOTE: Once you arrive in Iquitos, our driver will pick you up from your hotel or the airport, and take you to our office. After check-in and a brief explanation of the boat ride to the lodge, we will sail in one of our boats. Our boats leave Iquitos every day at 9:30 AM, arriving at the lodge at 12:30 PM.
Activities in the Amazon Jungle (B/L/D)
Enjoy breakfast and then cruise the Amazon River, where you will experience the most magical moment of your trip, which is to swim in the same river where the pink and grey dolphins live. You can see them, but don't expect to touch. On the way back to the lodge, you will see the biggest aquatic plant in the world, the famous Victoria Regia. It is also easy to see iguanas.
Enjoy lunch at the lodge before going on a boat trip to the lakes Purura and Corrientes to catch different kinds of fish, including the famous piranha (being more difficult in March, April and May). After lunch, spot wild animals before going on a night walk in search of huge frogs, anaconda´s favorite food. In addition to seeing tarantulas, it is worth clarifying that despite their bad reputation, they are not dangerous to humans.
Activities in the Amazon Jungle and Return to Iquitos (B/L)
After breakfast, go for a boat trip to Lake Sapote to see different birds like parrots, jacanas, kingfishers, herons, panguanas, partridges, pigeons, cormorants, horned screamers, orneros and then move to the other end of the Moena lagoon to see sloths and monkeys, squirrels and dusky titi monkeys, etc.
Your experience of the jungle comes to an end after lunch and you will cruise three hours back to Iquitos and be dropped off at your hotel or the airport. Please plan to fly out of Iquitos after 6pm.
90+ days prior to trip departure - 85% Refund Between 30 and 89 days prior to trip departure - Charged 65% of the total booking price Between 0 and 29 days prior to trip departure - No Refund
What to bring:
Swimming suit, T-shirts or long sleeved shirts with a hood and light colored cotton (the darkness attracts mosquitoes!), Shorts, Long pants and thick enough so that mosquitoes cannot get through, T-shirts, Socks for use with boots, Fresh nightwear, Rubber boots for walking (you can buy or rent in the Iquitos office or shops in Iquitos and cost approx. S/.25.), Tennis Shoes for use during night boat ride, Sandals to walk in the lodge, A hat that gives plenty of shade, Sunglasses, Repellent (only need to use it for walks, try not to use it much because it leaves their toxins in the environment - we recommend protecting with clothing), Sunscreen, A flashlight, A bag for dirty clothes, Rain poncho (can be bought at the office at a very cheap price), Binoculars, A good book, Camera and a plastic bag for them, Small backpack to carry insect repellent, water, etc. during excursions.
Please bring a small bag with the necessary clothing and equipment for this trip only. There is limited space in the boat so please leave your large luggage at the office in Iquitos. Note: There is no cell-phone service near Muyuna.
The Muyuna Lodge is built on stilts in the heart of the jungle. The rooms are lit with kerosene lamps and protected by mesh screens which cover the windows and roof. Single, double, matrimonial, and family bungalows are available. Each room has a full ensuite bathroom and a terrace accompanied with a hammock to enjoy the beautiful surroundings. There is no cell signal but constant communication with Iquitos is possible through radio.