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Destination: Amazon Rainforest.

Country and Region: Peru - Loreto Region.

Arrival/Departure City: Iquitos 

Ethnic Groups Nearby: Huitoto/Bora/Ocaina/Yaguas.

Groups Classification: Sporadic and Permanent Contacted.


Accommodation: Mosquito Nets.

Main Objective: The Vast Exploration of The Ampiyacu-Apayacu Regional Conservation Area, the Yaguas National Park, the Navigation of The Putumayo River and the the Yaguas River until Extraction Point is Reached.


Other Included Events: Amazon Survival, Wildlife Sighting, Visit and Coexistence with Ethnic Groups in Voluntary Isolation for Customs and Traditions Sharing.


Additional Optional Service Upon Request: Shamanism with Ayahuasca Master Shamans (Master Shamans Will Travel with Us During the First 7-14 Days of Our Expedition.


Available Travel Months: May - Mid December.

Advance Booking Conditions: 2 Month Minimum.

Booking Payment Conditions: 50% Required. 

Booking Payment Method: All Major Credit Cards.

Remaining Payment Method/Deadline: Cash at Arrival.

Departure Days: Any Day Of The Week.

Below are the Two Amazon Jungle Territories to be Explored During this Expedition:

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.

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, and are sources of water that maintain the aquatic fauna, the main source of food for 16 native communities that inhabit 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.

​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 Puré, Cahuinarí 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 wooly monkey, anteater, South American tapir, giant otter, Amazonian manatee, Amazon river dolphin, caiman, 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 or 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 crepitans, Cedrelinga catenaeformis, Simarouba amara, Macrolobium acaciaefolium and Ceiba pentandra.


  • Exploration and Crossing Sporadically Explored and Unexplored Jungle Areas of the Ampiyacu-Apayacu Regional Conservation Area and the Yaguas National Park, Putumayo River, Yaguas River, and Amazon River.

  • Meet and Coexist with Ayahuasca Master Shamans (optional upon request).

  • Meet and coexist with a traditional ethnic group in voluntary isolation for customs and traditions sharing.

  • Reach, meet, and cross several local isolated indigenous villages around.

  • Search, collection, and preparation of long-lasting native foods supplies before entering the jungle.

  • Search, collection, and preparation of native medicinal supplies before entering the jungle such as; “Mambe” from coca leaves and cecropia leaves used to elevate body temperature, energy and for hunger, “Ampiri or Ambil'' a residue from the combustion of tobacco used as a poison on the tip of arrows for hunting purposes, also applied topically to kill insect larvae, which is why it is used to treat myiasis and even used to treat snake bites, "Kampu/Kambo/Sapo", best known as “the vaccine of the forest” used for many medicinal purposes, against yellow fever, malaria, snake bites, intestinal cleanse, detoxification of kidneys, liver, and pancreas, etc.

  • Search, collection, preparation and training with ancestral weapons and tools before entering the jungle such as fishing poles, hooks, strings, blowpipes, darts, bows, arrows, slingshots, etc.

  • Uncomfortable nights in the middle of the Amazon.

  • Hikes through the unexplored Ampiyacu-Apayacu and Yaguas jungle territories.

  • Physical and mental stress.

  • Challenges and unexpected encounters.

  • Survival in complete isolation.

  • Hikes with inclement weather and on different difficult jungle terrain.

  • Crossing of rivers, streams and swamps.

  • Continue hiking when navigation by water is not possible.

  • Build floating devices when hiking is not possible.

  • Hike for several hours and days to achieve destinations

  • Build different types of animal traps to catch food.

  • Make your own primitive strings and hooks to fish..

  • Hunt what's necessary for your own survival.

  • Learn to Find drinkable water from natural sources (vines, underground, etc.)

  • Find the best wood to build fire.

  • Find the best tree barks to make strong natural rope for multiple purposes.

  • Build primitive shelters at ground and tree level.

  • Identify animal footprints and tracks.

  • Cook what you catch during fishing and hunting.

  • Use all the natural resources the best you can to your own advantage.

  • Identify and use medicinal plants.

  • Wildlife explorations in search of remote "Clay Licks" best known as "Collpas" by locals. The word “Collpa” derives from the "Quechua" Inca dialect, which means "Salty Land" all located only on high and non flooded jungle land, where all different species of animals gather to feed from its underground minerals, mainly large birds and mammals such as (tapirs, capybaras, deer, felines, parrots, etc.).

  • Search of remote and unexplored lakes.

  • Nomadic overnight stays in different parts of the jungle during the entire expedition.


  • Airport Pick Up and Drop Off Transportation.

  • Hotel/hostel search assistance upon arrival to Iquitos (if needed).

  • Fluvial transportation service to/from remote destinations (speed & slow boats).

  • Entry permits to indigenous territories.

  • Economic support to villages nearby.

  • First Responders Wilderness Kit for Emergencies with Antivenom Serums.

  • Satellite/GPS Communication Devices with 24/7 SOS Coverage and Live Locators.

  • Daily meals provided during the expedition (based on traditional local food).

  • Filtered water during the expedition.

  • Lead Guide/Translator (English-Spanish).

  • Native Assistant Guides/Translators (Spanish-Any Local Indigenous Language).

  • (1-2) Master Shamans (for expeditions that involves Master Plants such as Ayahuasca only).

  • Gear (mosquito nets, sleeping mats and bags, machetes, and one set of personal stainless steel flatware​).




  • Airfare to and from Iquitos.

  • Personal Travel Insurance.

  • Hotel/hostel in Iquitos.


  • Booking in Advance is Highly Recommended; for the collection of personal information, request authorization of entry to indigenous territories at all levels (national, regional, and communal authorities), logistic preparation, personnel assignment, etc.

  • Arrival and Departure Recommendations to and from Iquitos; Arrive 1 full day before the departure date of your boat and purchase flexible departure airfare tickets, as we cannot predict the exact end date of our expedition. What we can roughly calculate is the approximate number of days our expedition could take (50 to 60 days).

  • Rucksack Size and Weight Recommendations; 55-65 liters and 10 kilos approx.

  • For Packing List Recommendations; visit our next link What to Pack.

  • Be in Decent Physical Condition; as you will be responsible to carry your own equipment at all times.

  • In case of Shamanism with Ayahuasca Master Shamans are Requested; Travelers are highly advised to visit our next link "Master Plants Diet Info".

  • 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 your Lead Guide.

  • For Additional Information; visit our next link Frequently Asked Questions.

  • For Other Questions/Concerns or to Proceed with your Reservation; contact us via WhatsApp. at +51 999 116 499.

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