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Departure:  09:00 AM               Return   12:30 PM    3erd day

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Day 1:

Transfer from the airport or hotel. Short walk around the Plaza de Armas to observe the Main church, the Malecon (Riverside Boulevard) and the old houses from the rubber boon era. Transfer to our   dock for a fifteen minute boat ride on the Itaya river, then join the amazing natural wonder of the world: THE AMAZON river. A short informational presentation about this largest and majestic river. Along the way we’ll look for grey and pink fresh water dolphins.

We will travel up the Amazon River until we reach the Curaka Expeditions site.  At arrival you’ll be greeted with some local fruit juices of the season and be presented with information about the lodge. General information and assignment of your private quarters. Walk through the jungle to appreciate the great biodiversity, flora and fauna of the area.  LUNCH: Typical dish such as juane.  Afternoon jungle walks to learn about the flora and fauna and the existing biodiversity of the area. Night jungles walk to observe some night jungle life and listen to the sounds emitted by insects, batrachians, night birds and other creatures. DINNER: Short narrative of jungle stories, myths and legends Amazon narrated by your guide around a camp fire. Overnight at the lodge.

Day 2:

Bird watching in their habitat either walking or by canoe. Breakfast. Visit to a riverbank village Where we’ll see boa constrictors nonpoisonous) slots, turtles and other animals. Return to CURAKA LODGE. LUNCH: Typical dish of PATARASHCA, (either fish or meat cooked wrapped in leafs).  In the afternoon we visit the riverbank settlement of “GALLITO” where we learn and observe the inhabitants daily activities.   Depending on the weather we just look out and observe one of the most spectacular sunsets   in the Amazon. DINNER. Overnight at the lodge.

Day 3:

BREAKFAST: Fishing on the Amazon for catfish, piranhas and other species. Short trip to observe the VICTORIA REGIAS, the largest aquatic plants in the world. Return to the lodge for a typical dish lunch of Dorado (golden catfish). Return to the city of Iquitos with a stopover at the Native village of Bora Bora where we will learn about their customs, dances, clothing and listen to their dialect. We suggest you bring some items and trinkets to barter for their handcrafts. Arrival in Iquitos and transfer to your hotel or airport. Guide support and assistance throughout this program.



Price per person, in U.S.Dollar & Soles 
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