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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 […]

Bring your water bottle!

21 Oct

Do not forget to bring your water bottle! A responsible traveler will always travel with their re-useable/re-recyclable bottle. I personally use a stainless steel Arklite Waterbottle. It doesnt breakdown or in pieces! If needed, I could boil a cup of soup or sterilize thinks with the hot water. I do not recommend cheap plastic bottles, […]

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 […]

Responsible Tourism in the Amazon and Iquitos

05 Oct

Be a responsible ecotourist! #1 Please do not purchase crafts with animal parts. many species suffer just so a tourist can walk around with a macaw feather or sloth claw. 1, Por favor , no compres artesanía con restos de animales. Muchos animals sufren para que las turistas irresponsables pueden llevar pluma de macaw o […]

Help us with reforestation.

19 Jun

If on your trip, you had the chance to make a difference locally, would you? We would like you to help us out . We have saplings ready to go in the ground, on one of your morning or afternoon excursions, you could help reforest an area with high caloric value fruiting trees. Trees such […]

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 […]

Why aren’t there monkeys jumping in our boat for bananas ?

04 Jun
Red titi monkey

Anyone who may have watched the travel channel series “hotel Amazon” may be super excited to book their trip so they can witness “wild monkeys” taking over their boats. I am sorry to bring the bad news but those are not wild monkeys. There is a river called Yarapa where there are many tourist lodges, […]

What to expect on your jungle trip

14 Jan

There is a big difference in what we want to hear and what we actually get . When choosing a tour operator in the Amazon, many people don’t do their research and pick the loudest most sensational sales pitch around. So what is the first thing potential guests are promised? That’s right, the most sensational. […]