Amazon Trips 2d

¿WHAT WE EXPECT?

Amazon Rainforest  Trips  2days

This comprehensive program offers an unforgettable Amazon rainforest experience, filled with wildlife encounters, cultural interactions with the Yagua tribe, and immersive exploration of the pristine jungle environment.

  • Length: 2 Days/ 1Nights
  • Type of service : Private or Group in the trips wildlife
  • Location in iquitos:
  • Activities: Long walking  ,adventure trips by canoe ,hikking inside to rainforest trips , 1 night iquitos wildlife , exploring in willdlife  flora and fauna .
  • Altitude:
  • Best time to visit: All Year
  • Departure: Every day
  • Minimum of participants: 2
  • Maximum of participants: 10
  • Price per person:
  • Physical Demand :

 

DETAILED TOUR ITINERARY:

Intineray Amazon Trips 2d

Day 01:   Tour Wildlife – Iquitos Jungle  to  Amazon Trips

Today Reception at the airport or at your hotel by our naturalized guide from the Amazon Trips jungle.Then transfer to the Port of Nanay to take our boat and start our adventure, and we will have to see many products from

the area that we brought from the jungle and that are favorite foods of the people and that are offered in the market. During amazon trips we will observe “the meeting of different waters” and the union of the 2 rivers such

as the Nanay and Amazonas. The Nanay River, its waters have a very black color and, on the other hand, the Amazon River, its waters are brown, both go in parallel, but in neither of these waters do they mix during their

journey. During the trip observing different species then arrival at our hostel where we will have a reception such as an afro disiac soda and accommodation in their rooms. Buffet lunch. After lunch we will make the excursion in

our boat, to a small animal rescue center where we will observe several species of animals such as the sloth bear, armadillo and primates, parakeets, parrots, toucans, turtles, alligators, macaw and anacondas. In the afternoon,

return to the Lodge and dinner. Nocturnal activity in the boat on the Sinchicuy river, observing different species such as insects, fireflies,

toads, frogs and a species of night monkey, enjoy the Amazonian symphony of species if luck is with us big animals. Spend the night in their respective rooms at the Lodge. Nocturnal activity to see species during the jungle trips

Day 02 : Yaguas  Native Community  –  Iquitos  Airport  – .

Amazon Trips Today we will get up very early to explore the primary jungle where we will learn about the plants of the area. We will talk about trees such as Capirona, Capinuri, Chonta Cercropias, mohena and Lupuna or Ceiba

Pethandra and many medicinal plants and some animals such as monkeys, armadillos, anteaters. etc In the morning for bird watching and a walk through the Amazon River to observe the gray and pink dolphins. Return to the lodge

for breakfast. Visit the Yaguas tribe, It is a native tribe that lives for years in this region of the Amazon rainforest trips. Where we will learn about their customs, crafts, house and their habitation as their typical dances and their

typical clothing. This Yaguas tribe are very skilled in make their crafts. After this beautiful experience, return to the lodge to enjoy lunch. Then we will take our boat towards the city of Iquitos. Then transfer to the airport or hotel.

NOTE .

Amazon trip  Iquitos  . With nearly 30,000 species described—one third of the species in South America—the

Amazonia basin is considered to have the greatest plant diversity in the world. planet. Most of the plant species that

inhabit the floodplains they are unique and are restricted to this peculiar environment. Likewise, few are fish from

the lowlands also . The best time to visit the Amazon rainforest depends on your preferences and what you want to experience during your trip.

Dry Season (July – December): Weather:

The dry season is characterized by lower rainfall, making it a popular time to visit. Days are generally sunny and hot,

with a lower chance of encountering heavy rain. Hiking and Exploring: The dry season brings lower water levels,

which makes hiking trails more accessible and navigable. This is ideal for adventurers and explorers who want to

trek through the rainforest. Wildlife: While wildlife sightings may be less frequent during this time due to animals

being more dispersed, you still have a good chance of spotting some species. Many birds and mammals can be

observed around the remaining water sources, which tend to concentrate animals. Rainy Season (January – June):

Weather: The rainy season is characterized by higher levels of rainfall and more humidity.

Days are often warm, but rain showers can be frequent and intense.

Lush Greenery: The rainforest thrives during this period, and you’ll witness the incredible lushness and vibrancy of

the vegetation. The landscape is at its greenest, and you can see the Amazon in its full glory. Wildlife: The rainy

season offers a better chance to spot wildlife as many animals are more active during this time. The increased water sources provide more opportunities for observing aquatic creatures, and the rainforest comes alive with various

insects, amphibians, and migratory birds. Ultimately, the best time to visit the Amazon depends on your interests. If you prefer dry weather and easier trekking, the period from July to December is more suitable. On the other hand, if

you want to experience the rainforest’s full splendor and are enthusiastic about wildlife sightings, visiting during the rainy season from January to June may be a better choice. Remember that the Amazon rainforest is a vast and

diverse ecosystem, and you can have an incredible experience regardless of the time of year you visit. Be prepared for the climate and plan your activities accordingly to make the most of your trip.

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WHAT TOUR SERVICES:

Included in the  Jungle Tour  :

  • A professional naturalist Tour Guide;
    Motorboat transportation;
    Meals: 1x breakfast, 2x lunch, 1x dinner and drinking water (Please note: vegetarian option upon request for no extra cost!);
    Accommodation: 1 nights in the jungle lodge
    First aid kit, including a poison extractor, mosquito bite treatment and an antidote for a snake bite;
    Radio communications;
    Rubber boots.

Not included in the Jungle Tour :

  • Any flight nor airport departure taxes;
    Travel insurance;
    Vaccination;
    Breakfast on the first day and dinner on the last day;
    Drinks;
    Tips to local staff.

What You Need to Bring in the Wildlife  :

  • Mosquito repellent (DEET 35 recommended as a MINIMUM!!),
    Original passport,
    Small backpack,
    Long sleeved cotton shirts (preferably green coloured),
    Long cotton trousers,
    Cotton long socks (to be put into your trousers),
    Comfortable walking shoes,
    Sandals or light shoes,
    Rain gear (rain poncho),
    Sweater (for the beginning of the tour in Andes and the cloud forest only),
    Swimsuit;
    Binoculars (we also rent it),
    Camera and its charger,
    Plastic bags to be used for clothes and a camera,
    A hat as a protection against the Sun or rain,
    Toiletries,
    Small towel,
    Toilet paper,
    Sun cream,
    Sunglasses,
    Flashlight (with spare bulb and batteries),
    A bottled water (1 litre as a minimum),
    Pocket money (Soles) to buy some beverages and souvenirs as well as to tip

PHOTO GALLERY?

ABOUT LODGE:

Frequently asked questions (FAQs):

Peruvian  Wildlife  :

The freshwater fish fauna of tropical South America is among the richest vertebrate faunas on Earth, with more than 6,000 species  representing about 46% of the world’s 13,000 freshwater fish species, and perhaps 10 % of all known vertebrate species (Vari and Malabarba 1998; Reis et al. 2003). At the core of this region lies the

 basin, the greatest interconnected freshwater fluvial system on the planet, discharging approximately 16% of the world’s flowing freshwater into the Atlantic Ocean (Goulding et al. 2003). The diversity of South American freshwater fishes is centered on the rainforest trips basin. The alpha diversity of  wildlife faunas is very high, with many

floodplain faunas represented by more than 100 locally abundant resident species (Crampton 1999 to 2003). The Yuruá River rises in the department of Ucayali in Peru and runs into Brazilian territory, where it is known as Juruá River is a tributary to the A River (Brazil) in the  basin with more than 90 % of its length flowing through

Iquitos Forest

 The river has an extensive number of meanders, a huge floodplain, and is studded with thousands of oxbow lakes. The Juruá contributes about 4% of the total  discharge (Goulding 2003). One of the earliest fish studies in basin was made by La Monte (1935), who presented a fish list with 37 species from the wildlife  River, an

upper tributary to the Juruá in Brazil. Other studies in the upper portions of (2000; 2001) presenting respectively 90 and 111 species from the Brazilian portion of this drainage, and Rengifo (2007), identifying a high diversity of 185 species from the Peruvian portion. Here we report the result of an expedition to the River Yuruá, as part

of a four-year survey project funded by NSF called “Proyecto Alto Purus”. The goals of this project are to sample the headwaters of four major basins in Peru: Ucayali, Yuruá, Purus and Madre de Dios. These basins have a radial pattern rising in the Fitzcarrald arch, a major structural high of the Andes in the  foreland basin (Spurt et al. 2007).

aterials and methods Sixteen localities where sampled in the upper portions of the Rio Yuruá, department of Ucayali in Peru Field work was conducted from July 20 to August 11, 2008, for a period of 20 days during the dry season, in the area of the town of Brue (09°31′ S, 72° 45′ W, 271 m) on the upper Yuruá river in southeastern Peru, Three major

types of environments where sampled . river channels and beaches (river), stream runs and pools (quebradas), and oxbow lakes (cochas) Rios are major rivers are small tributary streams, and cochas are oxbow lakes located on the floodplain .

Rainforest Wildlife

The  wildlife  is one of the richest areas in diversity of species that have inhabited for many years, this natural area keeps fabulous secrets that will never be  recorded,  it can only be observed, 40% of the studies carried out by biologists, there are many things to discover the trips, from the smallest to the largest, it is an immense area that

extends from the deepest forests and plains, where many creatures live, it is said that it is the only place on the planet with greater flora and wildlife fauna amazing trips wildlife .

RAINFOREST   IQUITOS FLORA .Exist in the upland areas of the terra firme type, which It contributes to increasing the diversity of rainforest  flora. Floodplain species have evolved special adaptations to survive long periods underwater. This, in part, explains the brands There are differences between these plants and their relatives from the terra firme regions. Although there

are no exact estimates of the total number of plant species in the Amazonia floodplains, it is known that, for example, the floodplain of the Manu River It has more than 1,400 species. A reasonable estimate leads us to calculate that there are at least 5,000 plant species in the floodplain or riverbanks. The facts The most influential

factors in the distribution of these plants and in the composition of their communities are the geology and the characteristics of the rivers that cover them. the plains floodplains of ‘whitewater’ rivers, for example, differ markedly from those of ‘black

waters’ both in species composition and in their size. The former generate taller forests, perhaps as a consequence of the greater amount of nutrients carried by the rivers compared to poor rivers and ‘black waters’ generated by sandy soils.

FOREST TYPES – PERUVIAN JUNGLE .

There are various terms used by local people to designate the different types of flooded forest. One of them is generally referred to those covered seasonally by ‘black water’ or crystalline rivers. The forests type to be seen are flooded, in turn, by rivers of white waters’.

Although forests are fundamental pieces of plant diversity in floodplains, communities of grasses, water, and other species are also important due to their high productivity and abundance in the ‘white water’ areas. Unlike trees, most aquatic weeds require high levels of nutrients either in land or water – to survive. many of them float freely on the surface and, in the case of certain grasses, are capable of detaching themselves from the substrate when the depth of the waters increases significantly (thus avoiding drowning). Buoyancy, of course, is the adaptation that allows

These plants are able to handle changing water levels, as well as achieving considerable success in their natural dispersal. Herbaceous plant communities have expanded considerably in the decades, in part, thanks to the increasing deforestation of the riverbanks. When the forest is removed, the light conditions vary significantly, which allows these plants to colonize the new space. Thus, their number increases to the detriment of overall diversity.

Rivers and their floodplains are of extraordinary importance in the ecology of the jungle basin. We know a lot more about vertebrates than about the invertebrates; however, there is no doubt that the group of insects is the most varied and diverse among those found in these areas. Apparently, the floodplains acted as temporary refuges’ for many many species of forest insects during the prolonged periods of drought that They followed the great ice ages of the prehistoric .

Forests have also been centers of evolution for very long geological periods. Insects and other invertebrates tend to migrate both towards up and down the trees, either to escape the effect of flooding or to colonize new feeding sites during the dry season.
Many predators, such as spiders, some monkeys, and many birds, have learned to take advantage of the concentrations of insects and other prey on the tops of
trees during flood periods.

 

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