PERU TRAVEL PLANNER
Papagayo 4 days
PAPAGAYO 4 DAYS
3 NIGHTS TOUR
CUMACEBA LODGE" ECOLOGICAL PRIVATE RESERVE located 21
miles from Iquitos city. At the shore of the majestic Amazon River. The Transfer
is by speedboat approximately 1 hour down river.
The construction of the lodge is typical, is designed with a palm roof and
wooden structure, similar to the houses of the early Amazonian settlers, built
without disturbing the jungle. There is a reception house, hammocks for relaxing,
dining room and private bungalows, all of which are protected with mosquito nets.
Each cabin has its own toilet and shower. In the evening kerosene lamps are used,
There is also a bar where you can try the local drinks, some of which are said
to have aphrodisiac effects! We also have sodas, beer , wine, whisky, rum, Vodka
Per Person Prices:$346 based
on Single Occupancy
Per Person Prices:$303 based
on Double Occupancy
Per Person Prices:$298 based
on Triple Occupancy
Note: We require minimum two passengers traveling together If
single traveler ask for the supplement.
||4 Days & 3 Night
||Not included, available upon request
||YES, feel free to ask for extra
Day 1: Cumaceba Lodge - Jungle walk
Reception at Iquitos airport, short city tour. Transfer to our private
harbor to take our speed boat to visit the floating thatch roof houses in
the district of “Belen”, located on the edge of the Itaya river,(From
November to July) continue traveling down the Amazon River we arrive at the
ecological reserve “Cumaceba Lodge”. The reception will be with a welcome
drink made of a typical fruit, accommodation in the bungalows with private
bathrooms, typical lunch, a long walk in the primary forest to know and
learn about medicinal plants and the wild life of the reserve. Dinner and
over night in Cumaceba Lodge.
Day 2: Cumaceba Lodge Bird Watching-Yagua Indian & Small Zoo
An early morning jungle walk for bird watching to see the legendary
Hoatzin-Shansho. After breakfast we will visit the “Yagua” Indian Village,
to see their typical clothing and hear their own dialect, see how they use
the blowgun, typical dances, also we can buy or trade their handy craft.
Typical lunch-self-service. Visit to a small zoo to see some local species
of animals such as anacondas, sloths, turtles and others. Ride on the amazon
river to seek for the gray and pink dolphins. Nocturnal lake excursion in
canoes, to Hear rainforest typical sounds. Dinner and over night in Cumaceba
Day 3: Cumaceba Lodge – Paiches - Canoeing.
Sunrise at the edge of the river bird watching at the “Padre Isla” town
Breakfast. Trip visiting a private conservation project of Arapaima gigas-
Paiche (The largest fresh –water fish in the Amazon River). Short walk
around the town to see the everyday life. Return to Cumaceba Lodge. Tour in
canoe with paddle special for Photos. Overnight in Cumaceba Lodge.
Day 4: Cumaceba Lodge – Lili Pad
Breakfast and canoe ride to see the “Victoria regia” the larget aquatic
flower of the world. We visit another lake to fish for piranhas, cat fish,
fresh water tropical fish, after which we will return to the Lodge and have
a typical lunch self service. Return To Iquitos. Transfer at hotel or
PLEASE NOTE: Due to the ever-changing nature of the rainforest,
day-by-day activities may vary due to local conditions
Take the first flight in the morning, tour starts 09:30 / Ret. Last Flight
Repellent, sunscreen, sunglasses, hat, water bottle, light dark clothing,
flashlight, camera, camcorder, objects to trade (barter with natives)
What to bring ?
Light clothing preferably cotton.
Long-sleeve shirts, preferably of neutral colors.
Hat or Cap
Snickers or trekking shoes
Mosquito repellent with 35% DEET.
*It is recommended to be vaccinated against yellow fever; however it is not
The Belen comunity
The Itaya River
INCLUDES: All hotel and lodge accommodations based on double occupancy.
All scheduled land, lake and river transportation. All transfers. All scheduled
excursions with English-speaking guide services. All entrance fees. Meals as
specified in the itinerary. B=Breakfast; L=Lunch; D=Dinner.
NOT INCLUDED IN THE FEE
International or domestic airfares, airport departure taxes or visa fees, excess
baggage charges, additional nights during the trip due to flight cancellations,
alcoholic and non-alcoholic beverages or bottled water, snacks, insurance of any
kind, laundry, phone calls, radio calls or messages, reconfirmation of
international flights and items of personal nature.