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Guest Experience , Transit from Leticia to Oran

13 Jan
bradypus variegatus

Here we have a word for word email from a guest who was travelling from Leticia , Colombia to Iquitos,Peru. Many guests get dropped off at Oran where our lodge is located, instead of following through to Iquitos. Here is the experience of Ms. Lizz. You too can have the adventure of a lifetime in […]

Macro photography around Otorongo Amazon River Lodge

28 Nov

Macro photography tours with Otorongo Expeditions at our Amazon River Lodge. If you love photography and the outdoors, this adventure is for you. We live in the most bio diverse region of the world where it is possible to discover a new creature in our very garden. Thousands of species of insects present themselves day […]

The Most Personalized Adventure Service on The Amazon River

25 Nov

What do all of our clients have in common? They all want a personalized, authentic adventure trip! All of our trips are Personalized. Many lodging operations claim to give you a private guide and personalized service, when in reality most are waiting to group you with other travelers you are not familiar with. This is […]

Trekking With Jaguars, Pumas and Pigs

12 Nov
Otorongo

This years Trail camera images from AntEater Ridge of Fossil Creek Communal Wildlife Reserve. Due to Increased internet poaching of endangered animals worldwide, the exact location of this trail is known only to our guides and Reserve Staff. The people in these images are not actors, they are real Adventure Travelers trekking in the depths […]

Tapir Trail Camera From Fossil Creek Wildlife Reserve

08 Nov
Tapirus terrestris

The Tapir is the largest bodied land mammal left in South America. Mainly Herbivorous, they use their flexible proboscis to strip shrubs of their leaves and to forage fruits off the forest floor. Their snout has an intricate array of sinusoides indicating the most advanced sense of smell in the jungle. A large portion of […]

Sloth Observation in their Natural Habitat

17 Oct
Amazon River wildlife watching

Sorry no selfie mills here! All observation of wildlife is done at its grace and in its natural habitat. Please do not insist! Here are a few images that you can take while on a trip on the Amazon River. We are your choice for sloth watching, and sloth photography. If you want a chance […]