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Promoting the sustainability in the district of Amazonas-Peru

13 Oct

  To all the guests of Otorongo Expeditons past present and future : On behalf of  the communities in the district of las Amazonas-Oran, San Gregorio, Santa Rosa , 7 de Junio , Ayzana and Roca Eterna . We would like to say thank you for visiting  our part of the Amazon. This area neighboring Napo […]

Traveling From Leticia Colombia to Iquitos Peru? READ THIS!

28 Jun

Due to recent problems a lovely American family faced in Peru I feel the need to forewarn anyone who is traveling Leticia Colombia – Iquitos Peru via speed boat. The family arrived to the shanty border town of Santa Rosa at 5am. The town was empty, dark, no lights, no police an most important, no […]

Amazon River lodge and Expeditions Peru

01 Jun

Congratulations! this page is still in maintenance If you are looking for pools, margaritas and air-conditioner,I recommend staying in The city of Iquitos. Our lodge is located five minutes from the Amazon River So if you are not thrilled with the prospect of trekking deep in the interior of the forest. You can rest assured […]

Images of a giant- the Amazon water Lily

27 May

The Giant Amazon water lily (Victoria amazonica), is found only on the mainstream flood planes of the Amazon river and never deep into tributaries. The Amazon water lily inhabits seasonal flood plane meadows and lakes found on the very channel influenced yearly by rains coming from the distant foothills.note a new flower head emerging from […]

Panor-Amazonas

09 May

The first two shots are of a storm brewing over an Amazon river Island A marvelous rainbow touched down in front of us This is a flood plane lake called Cocha Mayo Another type of flood plane lake called chontillal (for the spiny chontilla palms) This is a section of floating meadow close to the […]

Giant Anaconda encounter !

25 Apr

On the 22nd of April 2013, Jill Elaine Roche , a brave American traveler set off with her local guides to explore an extensive varzea or flooded forest by wooden canoe. They were sneaking in amongst the trees leaving no trail behind other than the frothy path left by the canoe. Moving silently and slowly […]