PERU TRAVEL PLANNER
Excursion Caoba 3 days
1 (3 DAYS/2 NIGHTS)
Botanical Lodge, An ecological enclave located 80 kilometres
away from the city of Iquitos, on the edge of the majestic Amazon River, in deep
primary jungle – an ideal location for taking hikes to see the local flora and
fauna. Our botanical garden has a huge number of tremendous trees, notably the
giant Lupuna or Ceiba, it also has a number of medicinal plants such as the
‘Sangre de Grado’ – ‘Clavo Huasca’ – ‘Oje’ – ‘Chuchuhuasi’ – ‘Ajos Sacha’ and
‘Uña de Gato’ amongst others, also the hallucinogenic ‘Ayahuasca’. This stunning
environment is complemented by our comfortable set of private bungalows with en
suite, protected from insects and with a relaxing hammock area perfect for
reading. With artificial lighting from 17.30 to 22.00 hours, the visitor will
enjoy a wonderfully comfortable environment that will make for a greatly
Our bilingual guides are experts in the mysteries of the forest and their
personal touch will make your visit to the Amazon Rainforest an unforgettable
experience. The food is regional and varied, we can offer vegetarian options if
necessary (please do let us know).
Please contact us
for more information and for pricing.
Note: We require minimum two passengers traveling together If
single traveler ask for the supplement.
||3 Days & 2 Nights
||Not included, available upon request
||YES, feel free to ask for extra
First day: Iquitos-Medicine Plants- Night Excursion
A tour around downtown the city to get to know the most significant
landmarks, some of which are from the rubber boom(subject to arrival time).
Transfer to the lodge by boat down the Amazon. Floating houses. During the
transfer we will note various different communities on the banks of the
Amazon. Arriving to the lodge we will be welcomed with a local drink and
will find our rooms. Two nights in the Amazon Botanical Lodge with full
board. Take the ‘medicinal plant.’ walk and get to know ‘uña de gato’,
‘sangre de grado’ and ‘clavo huasca’ amongst others. Enjoy spectacular views
of the Amazon from a well placed viewpoint and finish the day with a night
walk to see tarantulas, insects and alligators. Night at Botanical Lodge.
Second day: Birdwatching-Fishing-Night trip
See the local birds in their natural habitat. Take a walk deep into the
jungle to find the giant trees – including the voluptuous and impressive
Ceiba- Lupuna. Take in the local flora and fauna. Visit to a small zoo down
the river to see the anacondas, monkeys among others. Recreative fishing.
Take a night trip in a canoe around the lodge and enjoy the sounds of the
forest at night. Night at Botanical Lodge.
Third day: Tour Anacondas – Return to Iquitos
Get to know the local birds in their natural habitat and take a ride in
canoe near the lodge. Breakfast. We will visit a rescue center to see the
Anacondas, monkeys, ancient jungle turtles, sloths and others. Return at the
lodge. Typical Lunch self-service. Return to Iquitos city. Transfer to hotel
End of services.
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
Ayahuasca Ritual is $68 per person (minimum 2 people)
Rubber Boots to rent $5 for all the tour
Price of the Raincoat $5
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.