THE NATURAL WONDERS OF THE AMAZON RAINFOREST
For the last six years, we have been offering custom-made tours in the Peruvian Amazon, which we also call the low jungle as you will be taken into the Amazon basin by water.
We have learned that knowledge should be shared or else it has no value.
Therefore, we share from the heart and our wish is for you to get an outstanding experience and even a love for the Amazon Rainforest.
All trips are in collaboration with our local friends to make a direct exchange, which supports us all to develop as human beings, build new friendships and support life in harmony in the Amazon and beyond.
We believe in tomorrow.
" Once you connect to the Amazon Rainforest - it stays forever "
The Amazon represents over half of the planet's remaining rainforests, and comprises the largest and most biodiverse tract of tropical rainforest in the world, with an estimated 390 billion individual trees divided into 16,000 species.
The majority of the Rainforest is contained within Brazil, with 60% of the rainforest, followed by Peru with 13%, Colombia with 10%, and with minor amounts in Bolivia, Ecuador, French Guiana, Guyana, Suriname and Venezuela.
EXPEDITIONS FOR THE SOUL
THEMES & TOPICS ON OUR EXPEDITIONS
For you to get a deeper experience of our Amazonian life, we include themes, experts and topics accordingly to the trip and your interest areas.
All are interlinked - we call it
" the integrated education of life ".
Contact us for your special focus, research area and interest - and we will do our very best to fulfil it.
1 DAY TOURS
FULL DAY EXCURSIONS
YOUR GATEWAY TO MULTIPLE DESTINATIONS
When exploring the Peruvian Amazon, seize the opportunity for a full-day excursion from the city of Iquitos or opt for an extended adventure spanning several days. Discover the richness of our selected areas, perhaps in preparation for your visit to the Pacaya Samiria National Reserve. Be amazed at the depth of our journeys and the meaningful exchanges awaiting you, whether through your senses or shared words with our knowledgeable experts
TOUCHING RIVER SHORTCUTS &
FAMILY VISIT &
THE STINGLESS MEDICINE BEES
THE GREATEST FLOWING RIVER &
SPIRIT TREE VISIT
THE AMAZON RIVER
WORLD RECORD BIODIVERSITY
THE ALLPAHUAYO MISHANA RESERVE
PART OF THE FAMILY
When you travel with us, you simultaneously support our activities and work in the Peruvian Amazon through our Healing Art project THE WORLD WE LIVE IN / RUNAPA KAWSANA ALLPAN. We work to transfer ancient knowledge through Artworks to strengthen the cultural identity and create a better tomorrow in and with the Amazon Rainforest.
THE HEART OF THE PERUVIAN AMAZON
The Loreto region is a heaven on earth for nature and culture lovers, who which to go deeper into the impressive ecosystem. Loreto is irrigated by the Amazon River, which runs through the Peruvian low jungle and offers great biodiversity in its path.
The department of Loreto presents a dense jungle vegetation, characterized by an impressive landscape richness.
Iquitos is also the gateway to Pacaya Samiria, the most important natural reserve in the region and one of the most outstanding in Peru. It has more than 85 lakes and exuberant vegetation that is home to 130 species of mammals such as the jaguar, the wild cat, and the river otter. You will also be introduced to the largest trees and the story of the Lupuna.
Animals & the Community of Species
The Amazon rainforest boasts the highest biodiversity on Earth, housing one in ten known species. Preserving the habitats within this unparalleled ecosystem is now more crucial than ever.
Across the rainforests of South America and beyond, both local communities, indigenous communities and global populations rely on the Amazon for sustenance, providing essential resources such as food, water, and a stable climate.
In exploring the intricate web of connections within this thriving environment, we uncover compelling stories and realities of species interdependence.
The inhabitants of the Amazon not only support one another but also engage in a delicate dance of cooperation and competition, revealing the fascinating tapestry of life within the heart of the Amazon.
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