Monday, August 1, 2016

Incredible Expeditions in the Amazon Rainforest

Do you want to visit the Amazon Rainforest? Amazon Explorer has a broad, varied array of expeditions, suitable for those wanting to experience the real jungle.
Expedition to observe birds, sloths, monkeys and alligators in a lagoon. | Amazon Explorer Iquitos Peru

Amazon Explorer is a recognized operator in Iquitos, Peruvian Amazon. It has awarded the TripAdvisor's Certificate of Excellence due great reviews from travelers.

We are one of the five companies authorized by the Peruvian Government (SERNANP) to take travelers inside the famous Pacaya-Samiria National Reserve, one of the best places for observe wildlife for a travel less than a week. Programs to the Pacaya-Samiria are from 3 to 12 days.

Camping in the Amazon Rainforest. Enjoy the jungle. | Amazon Explorer Iquitos Peru

If you are looking for learning survival skills, ask for our 6-day Amazon Survival. This program is not a leisure trip; this is a hard program, a disaster simulation in middle of the jungle. You will gather water and food from nature.
A Matses tribesman going to hunt in the Peru/Brazil border | Amazon Explorer Iquitos Peru

For those looking for contacting non-touristic indigenous tribes, Amazon Explorer is the only company that is currently going to the Matses National Reserve, a national protected area where Matses People are living. The 15-Day Matses Expedition takes you to their territory where you may experience the Sapo Medicine (Kambó), the Nu-Nu Ceremony and get in touch with the Matses' culture.

More programs are available, and also we may tailor some of them, at your request.

Amazon Explorer, always off the beaten track.

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1 comment:

  1. We went in an expedition with Amazon Explorer and I need to tell you that is an awesome and unforgettable experience. Full adventure. No facilities but a lot of wildlife to observe in the middle of the jungle inside the Pacaya-Samiria National Reserve.

    In Iquitos we stayed at the Emperador Terraza Hotel at the Main Square (Plaza de Armas), a small and basic hotel with private rooms with bathroom, shower and hot water, also Internet (WiFi) and Cable TV.


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