Amazing Amazon Cruise

Cuise in a wooden traditional boat in Pacaya Samiria National Reserve

158 EUR / pers.

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the experience

158 EUR / pers.

Amazing Amazon Cruise

Cuise in a wooden traditional boat in Pacaya Samiria National Reserve

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the experience

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2 - 9 people

3 days

Iquitos

Verified

2 - 9 people

3 days

Iquitos

Full description

From 3 to 10 days cruise with the Selva Viva, a wooden traditional boat, along the Amazon river and Pacaya Samiria National Reserve. The name of Pacaya Samiria comes from the names of two rivers that run through it: Pacaya and Samiria. The Reserve has a great diversity of wildlife as well as aquatic life: 449 bird species, 102 mammals, 69 reptiles, 58 amphibians, 256 fish and 1,204 plants. Threatened or endangered species that can be found in the Pacaya Samiria National Reserve are the jaguar or otorongo, the black alligator, the giant river otter, the manatee, four different species of primates and two different species of turtles.

Highlights

  • Wooden traditional boat
  • Stay with an Indian family
  • Possibility to see many endangered species

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What's included

  • Meal
  • Drink
  • Transportation
  • Entry fees

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