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TAHUAYO CROSSING EXPEDITION

 

 

STAFF SIZE REQUIRED: 4-6 Members Approx.

 

 

DESTINATION: Tamshiyacu - Tahuayo RCCA.

LOCATION: Amazon Rainforest - Loreto Region.

ARRIVAL/DEPARTURE CITY/COUNTRY: Iquitos - Perú.

CLASSIFICATION OF ETHNIC GROUPS NEARBY: Permanent Contacted, and Integrated.

 

ACCOMMODATION: Tents/Mosquito Nets/Hammocks/Cabins.

 

MAIN OBJECTIVE: Wildlife Exploration and the Crossing of Remote Jungle Areas of the Tahuayo Ecosystem.

OTHER ACTIVITIES: Introduction to Amazon Survival.

AVAILABLE MONTHS: July - November.

ADVANCE BOOKING CONDITIONS: 1 Month Minimum.

BOOKING PAYMENT CONDITIONS: 50% Required. 

PAYMENT METHODS: All Major Credit Cards.

REMAINING PAYMENT DEADLINE: Arrival Day in Iquitos.

AVAILABLE DEPARTURE DAYS: Any Day Of The Week.

 

TAHUAYO CROSSING EXPEDITION 7 DAYS: Just like the rest of our Tahuayo Crossing Expeditions, the more days this territory is explored, the farther our team will be able to lead visitors in order to achieve greater opportunities for wildlife encounters. On this full-week expedition, we will explore multiple remote lagoon and primary jungle areas where we typically find tracks of some of the most difficult to find felines, such as pumas and jaguars. With chances to also find other species of primates and caimans. Additionally, visitors will navigate 3 major rivers and 2 small affluent rivers including the Amazon river at the end.

 

As an initial introduction on this expedition, we'll be conducting a 3 Days Jungle Trek through primary jungle until we reach our first destination "The AMAZON EXPEDITIONERS Jungle Survival School / Guest House". During this hike our nights as well as the rest of the nights ahead, we'll be moving like nomads, always sleeping in different jungle sites, exploring and conducting at the same time a variety of jungle survival activities. 

HIGHLIGHT: Only when the water level of the Tahuayo River is at an average height, the navigation access upstream will open and give visitors an additional exploring opportunity in their itinerary allowing them to reach a place of highland jungle. This exploration trip in small wooden canoes followed by a jungle hike, all together will easily last 2 days total going and returning. The purpose of this excursion will be to reach a "Clay Lick" or best known as "Collpas" by the locals. The word “Colpa” derives from the "Quechua" Inca dialect, which means "Salty Land", where all different species of animals gather to lick and feed on its minerals (macaws, parrots, and mammals).

VERY IMPORTANT NOTES:

  • ​BOOKING IN ADVANCE IS HIGHLY RECOMMENDED (for collection of personal information, government permissions to protected areas, logistical arrangements, exploration team assignments, English Speaking Guides availability, etc.).

  • Arrival and Departure recommendation to/from Iquitos: 1 day before and 1 day after expedition.

  • Traveler's rucksack weight recommendations: 10 kilos.

  • For full packing list details visit our What To Pack Page.

  • Be in a decent physical condition, as you will be responsible to carry your own equipment at all times.

  • All activities are subject to change due to weather conditions at any time of the year. The main rivers and the levels of the tributaries can vary and, therefore, it is possible that the navigation times and the excursions are modified at the discretion of the guide, this will not alter our motivation to make this trip the best.

  • For more information visit our Frequently Asked Questions Page.

 

WHAT IS INCLUDED: Airport Pick Up/Drop Off Transportation | Fluvial Transportation | Entry Permits to Indigenous Territory | Economic Support to Villages | Meals ( 75% Supplied and 25% Obtained from Nature) | Purified Water | Survival Lead Guide | Survival Assistant Guides | Wilderness First Aid Kit | Equipment  provided see our What To Pack Page.

WHAT IS NOT INCLUDED: Airfare to and from Iquitos | Personal Travel Insurance Hotel in Iquitos.