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DISCOVER LOCAL CULTURE AND TRENDING HOTSPOTS!
Wildlife Haven

Over one-third of all the animal species registered in the Amazon Rainforest inhabit these areas.

The Dolphin in Pink

In the Pacaya Samiria National Reserve, you will find the Amazon River Dolphin with its beautiful pink color.

Native Settlements

The Pacaya Samiria National Reserve is still inhabited by uncontacted native cultures.

Lens Up

Make sure to pack a very good camera, batteries and sun protection on this beautiful expedition.

THE PLANETS LUNGS
PRISTINE NATURE AND COLORFUL WILDLIFE

The Amazon Rainforest is one of the most important ecosystems in our Planet. Not only is it responsible for producing around 20% of the oxygen that our atmosphere requires in order to harbor life, but it is home to more than 10,000 different species of plants and animals.

Participate in daily expeditions deep into the jungle to encounter wildlife, photograph exotic birds, learn about the uncontacted tribes of the Amazon, and take pleasure with the First-Class services we provide.

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TAMING THE JUNGLE
COMFORTABLY CRUISE PLANET EARTH

In this part of the northern Amazon Rainforest of Peru you can embark on one of the most exquisite experiences in the World onboard the Aria Cruise and grasp the opportunity to sleep in one of the unique sixteen suites of this luxurious ship while you navigate across waters full of wildlife.

Happily begin your mornings by observing families of monkeys and macaws at a one-of-a-kind luxurious Treehouse Lodge located within the canopy of the Rainforest and high above the ground level. This natural gem will fill you with joy with its lively colors, intriguing sounds and impressive energy.

Discover Iquitos
Every question that you have, we have an answer.

Iquitos is located in the Northeastern Amazon Rainforest of Peru, near the international border with Colombia and Brazil.

The weather in Iquitos is hot & humid year round, rain is very common.

Rare exotic food fruit from the Amarzon Rainforest of Peru
Some of the questions
WHAT TYPE OF DESTINATION IS IQUITOS?

Iquitos is located deep within the Amazon Rainforest which makes it a perfect destination for adventure, wildlife observation, relaxation, cultural exchanges, and culinary arts appreciation.

WHERE IS IT MORE COMMON TO FIND THE PINK DOLPHIN?

The pink river dolphin can be spotted in the Amazon River basin, but especially in the Pacaya-Samiria reserve, the upper Amazon River basin, the Yarapa river, Ucayali river, and Marañon river.

You will be able to see it in any of the experiences you book with us.

WHAT IS THE BEST SEASON TO VISIT?

Iquitos is a tropical rainforest so hot, humid and rainy weather is typicall. The climate is steady which makes this makes it a year-round destination.

IS THIS DESTINATION CHILDREN FRIENDLY?

Yes of course! We encourage families to come along with children as it is a beautiful scenario where they can learn about Planet Earth, animals, ecosystems, and conservation.

RECOMMENDED ITEMS TO BRING

Our travel experts recommend you bring the following items to Iquitos within your luggage.

Hat, sunglasses, sunscreen, insect repellent, fresh cool clothes (long sleeve), comfortable trekking boots (water repellant), and extra socks.

HOW IS THE CITY'S LANDSCAPE?

Since Iquitos is located on the shore of the Amazon River it is a fluvial city. You will be able to move around by car, boat and ferry.

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