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TRIPLE FRONTIER EXPEDITION

 

 

LIMITTED SPACES: 6 Participants.

STAFF SIZE REQUIRED: 16-25 Men Approx.

 

DESTINATION: Triple Frontier (Peru, Colombia and Brazil)

LOCATION: Amazon Rainforest - Loreto Region

ARRIVAL/DEPARTURE CITY/COUNTRY: Iquitos - Perú

CLASSIFICATION OF ETHNIC GROUPS NEARBY: Sporadic Contacted, and Permanent Contacted

NAME OF ETHNIC GROUPS NEARBY: Huitoto, Bora, and Ocaina

 

ACCOMMODATION: Mosquito Netting/Primitive Shelters

 

MAIN OBJECTIVE: The Vast Exploration of The Ampiyacu-Apayacu Regional Conservation Area, the Yaguas National Park, the Navigation of The Putumayo River and the Amazon River in 3 Different Countries until the Triple Frontier is Reached.

OTHER ACTIVITIES: Amazon Survival

 

AVAILABLE MONTHS: January - June

ADVANCE BOOKING CONDITIONS: 2 Months Mínimum

BOOKING PAYMENT CONDITIONS: 50% Required 

PAYMENT METHODS: All Major Credit Cards

REMAINING PAYMENT DEADLINE: 2 Weeks Before Expedition

AVAILABLE DEPARTURE DAYS: Any Day Of The Week

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The border lines between the countries that share limits in the Amazon and, particularly, those of the triple border between Brazil, Colombia and Peru, located in a region called Amazonian Trapezoid, were historically characterized by disputes over territory at the time. of the Portuguese conquest, on the Brazilian side, and Spanish, on the Andean side (Colombia and Peru). These limits also stem from later conflicts, during the nineteenth century, over the exploitation of various forest products, mainly rubber, cinchona and wood.

 

The interest of the countries to exercise their own control over the area, based on the exploitation of forest resources, generated processes of occupation and meeting of the governments to define the respective limits. So in 1930, with the signing of the Lozano-Salomón treaty, these were defined, forming the current area of ​​the triple border.

 

On the Colombian side, the Amazon Trapezoid is made up of the municipalities of Leticia, capital of the department of Amazonas, and Puerto Nariño. The Brazilian part is made up of Tabatinga, Benjamin Constant and Atalaia do Norte, belonging to the state of Amazonas. And the Peruvian side includes the districts of Yavarí and Ramón Castilla, in the province of Loreto.

The Ampiyacu Apayacu Regional Conservation Area is a protected area in Peru. It was created on December 23, 2010, through D.S. No. 024-2010-MINAM and covers an area of 434 129.54 hectares in the provinces of Maynas and Ramón Castilla, in the Loreto region.1

 

The area protects the Amazon rainforest north of the Amazon River, which guarantees sustainable access and the upper parts of the Ampiyacu and Apayacu basins are sources of water that maintain the aquatic fauna, the main source of food for 16 native communities that inhabit in these basins.

 

It has 1,500 species of plants that make it the most biodiverse. The area is home to 207 species of fish, 64 of amphibians, 40 of reptiles, 362 of birds and 60 of mammals.

 

The Yaguas National Park was created on January 11, 2018 and is located in the Loreto Region of Peru near the border with Colombia. It covers an area of 8,689 km² (2,147,100 acres) of tropical forest. Along with Río PuréCahuinarí and Amacayacu National Park in Colombia, as well as the Regional Conservation Areas Maijuna Kichwa and Ampiyacu Apayacu in Peru, it is part of a huge biological corridor.

There are approximately 600 species of birds, 150 species of mammals, 110 species of amphibians, and 100 species of reptiles in the national park, such as brown woolly monkeyanteaterSouth American tapirgiant otterAmazonian manateeAmazon river dolphincaiman, and yellow-footed tortoise. More than 300 species of fish are also found in the park, among them fish that cross the forest not swimming nor floating down a river, feeding on fruits and living in branches and Arapaima gigas, the largest freshwater fish in the world.

More than 3,500 species of plants abound in the park, among them Hura crepitansCedrelinga cateniformisSimarouba amaraMacrolobium acaciaefolium and Ceiba pentandra

 

 

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.).

  • We recommend travelers to be in Iquitos at least one day before the commencement of your expedition and minimum one full day after the end.

  • We Highly recommend packing a light rucksack of 10 kilos maximum for this expedition.

  • Travelers will be provided with an additional 5 kilos of gear approx. (tactical tents, blankets, rubber boots, rain ponchos, machetes, and personal eating utensils).

  • Travelers are required to bring their own personal rucksack, personal hydration bladder, and personal inflatable sleeping mat for this expedition.

  • This expedition is only open to highly motivated participants with strong adaptation capabilities and who are in good physical and mental condition, as they will be responsible for carrying their own equipment on each exploration hike through the primary jungle, as well as to go far and beyond for their own survival needs.

  • Jungle activities during this extensive  journey will come naturally as we navigate along and en route to our main objective by land and water.

  • VISIT OUR FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS PAGE TO HELP YOU PREPARE BEFORE YOUR EXPEDITION.

WHAT IS INCLUDED: Airport Transportation | Fluvial Transportation | Government Permits to Tribal Territory | Economic Support to Villages | All Meals During Expedition | Purified Water | Survival Lead Guide | Survival Assistant Guides | Emergency First Aid Kit With Anti-Ophidic Serum | Exploratory Gear (Tactical Tents, Blankets, Rubber Boots, Rain Ponchos, Machetes, and Personal Eating Utensils).

 

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

 

 

EXPEDITION DETAILS: There are jungle areas within this region of which AMAZON EXPEDITIONERS reserves the right to publicly expose its entry and exit points. This is mainly due to the respect built between our team and the indigenous communities in the territories we explore, who only consent to transit through their jungle, to Registered and Authorized Operators with prior coordination. This implies, National, Regional and Communal permits.

Only if you are a serious traveler interested in this expeditions, proceed to request more information about it in your private e-mail inbox.