Reception at the airport by our staff or pick up at the hotel. Brief orientation of the city of Iquitos, observing the main tourist places of this representative city of the Peruvian Orient whose foundation goes back to the 19th century.
Transfer by land to the city of Nauta about 100 km away, picturesque city located on the banks of the Marañón River where after enjoying a delicious lunch will board the boat that will take you to the community of Arequipa; On the way, our first stop will be Santo Domingo, a small community and first checkpoint when entering the Pacaya Samiria National Reserve. In the area of Arequipa we will have our first contact with nature and the people who live in this part of the Reserve. Installation of our camp to later make a small night excursion in the area to observe a variety of nocturnal birds and lizards. Dinner and overnight.
When you wake up with the first light of the morning, you will be able to observe the birds that leave their nests in search of their respective foods and enjoy the trilling of them. After enjoying a fortifying breakfast, we begin our first excursion exploring the lagoon of Shansho Cocha, which is located about an hour and a half away, in the middle of the lush jungle, on the way you can see giant trees like lupuna (Ceiba pentandra), capirona, capinuri (Helicostylis scabra), worthy representatives of the flora. Also birds such as the toucan (Pteroglossus sp.), Red macaw (Ara macao), yellow macaw (Ara ararauna), large white herons (Egreta alba), kingfisher (Chloroceryle sp.) And enjoy the beautiful landscapes that the nature. Return to the camp and lunch. After enjoying a certain time of relaxation we continue with our excursion in the afternoon visiting the Yanayaquillo stream, with the purpose of observing varieties of monkeys, such as monks (Saimiri boliviensis), sloth bears (Bradypus variegatus), and enjoy the landscape, return to the camp. Dinner and overnight.
Breakfast. Excursion to the nearby lagoons where it is possible to observe varieties of birds and the ichthyological species such as piranhas (Serrasalmus sp.), Tarpons (Brycon sp.), Sardines (Triportheus sp.) That will allow us to do our fishing tour during the morning, return to the camp. Lunch. During the afternoon with the fall of the sun and giving the last goodbye to our stay in the reserve we will do canoe trips, photographic shots of the birds that return to their nests at nightfall. Dinner and overnight.