The playful pink river dolphin is one of the most loved amazon river species. Boating on the Amazon, we will stop to call the pink dolphins (bufeo colorado) to come and say hello. If you are quiet, you can see them swimming, leaping, and playing about near the boat.
See the monkeys free in this reserve, not in cages, their temporary stay here depends on their condition and capability to adapt back to its jungle habitat. It is advised not to use insect repellants or sunblock while during the visit to the monkey island.
One of the largest aquatic plants in the world, see this icon of the Amazon in its natural habitat.
Explore the depths of the jungle, the greatest expression of life on Earth.
The Amazon has more than 40,000 species of plants, and more than 16,000 species of trees. Some of them are contain important medicinal compounds…a rainforest pharmacy.
Mornings are a good time to observe some of the more than 1500 bird species that live in the Amazon. Enjoy tropical bird watching along the river in the early morning, the time when exotic colorful birds are the most active. The Amazon River and its tributaries are home to about 1,500 bird varieties.
Discover the night-life in the jungle, different than the daytime.
One of the most representative tribes of the region, the Yaguas demonstrate their blowgun hunter skills.
Fish the way to locals do with bamboo rod, hook, bait, and catch some piranha.
Have you ever dreamed of being a jungle explorer? Here is yoir chance to glide soundlessly down the Amazon river in a canoe with only the sound of bird calls and rustling of troops of monkeys in the treetops overhead to break the silence.
The release of the Taricaya turtles takes place at the end of October and the first half of November as part of the repopulation of this endangered species, a successful conservation program.