Full day trip to Pacaya Samiria national reserve
A car will drive you to Nauta. Arrival to Nauta 2 hours later.
Boat ride to one of most beautiful rivers to explore this magic and pristine national reserve.
Pink and grey dolphins may welcome us. See how dolphins find their food. Naturalist guide
will explain how important they are for the amazon and why they are part of the amazonian
Our goal will be a lake or river depending in water level where giant river otters and capybaras show up sometimes.
Very gracious monkeys getting fruits from the trees sometimes.
Colorful birds as: tanagers,flycatchers,macaws,toucans flying around.
After a great time and exploration navigation way back to Nauta and then to Iquitos by road.
Our expedition ends at hotel or airport
- Fuel surcharge
- Bottled water
- Picnic lunch
- Hotel pickup and drop-off
- Excess luggage charges (where applicable)
- Confirmation will be received at time of booking
- Most travelers can participate
- Not wheelchair accessible
- Please advise any specific dietary requirements at time of booking
- Passport name, number, expiry and country is required at time of booking for all participants
- Operates in all weather conditions, please dress appropriately.
- Pick up time may be delayed because of weather conditions and strikes,parades as well.
- Transportation by road and boat is not private sometimes.
- Activities and locations are subdued to river level conditions.
- This tour/activity will have a maximum of 1 travelers
After being extremely punctual a rarity in any latinamerican country we headed towards the San Juan district where we boarded our boat and proceeded to the Pacaya Samiria reserve. about 2 hour ride After arriving and registering to the local authorities of our arrival we went straight into the reserve, by boat and proceeded to navigate around. Unfortunately, we didn't see much nature at all, there were a few kinds of birds around, and a couple turtles along the way, but nothing else. I'm not sure if it was the warm weather, the noise made by the boat, or the time of year, but there were no other animal sightings. After a while we stopped for luch along the river, however things did went off a little. Lunch consisted of an avocado and tomato sandwich, which is not a great combination, specially if the sandwich was prepared a few hours before and therefore the bread was soggy. Finally, we went back to the San Juan district for the ride back, where we boarded a taxi for our return it is unusual to have a car in Iquitos, so the experience was a little inconsistent.