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Facts about the Loreto Region of the Peruvian Amazon

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 […]

Confusion about the “New World”

09 Oct

Incredible evidence is being uncovered further attesting to the will of humans to survive and prosper in any ambient we may encounter. The veil of confusion about the new World is slowly being lifted to recognize the incredible accomplishments of forest stewardship and ecosystem management by the Native Americans. Ancient agricultural societies thrived in the […]

Flooding in Peru 2017

12 Apr

Seeing how the intense flooding due to erratic ENSO cycles (El Nino Southern Occilations) is having quite an impact on the west coast of North and South America, I feel the need to elaborate on the following: the impacts on coastal Peru and the impacts on the Amazon Drainage basin. First of all, due to […]

For a Real Amazon River Experience Choose Iquitos not Puerto Maldonado

12 Apr

One of the most common misconceptions about travelling to Peru is that you can visit the Amazon River from Puerto Maldonado. This is completely false, that is the equivalent of saying that a hummingbird is equal to an ostrich. The Madre de Dios River in Puerto Maldonado is Less than 400 meters wide. The Amazon […]

Whoa! Whats up with the price difference?

09 Nov

Often potential clients write to us with the same question.  “Why is there such a price difference with similar lodges?” They may be in a well developed area where everything is easier to organize, close to Iquitos or Nauta. May rely on canned experiences like visiting  a native tribe (re-enactment) or animal prisons like monkey […]