Immerse yourself in an Amazon Travel, learn more about exotic fruits, ancestral medicine and above all, Pacaya Samira, one of the most important natural reserves in the Jungle.
Travel to where our planet comes to life: Pacaya Samiria Reserve is an authentic nest of life. It is a land that hosts dozens of species of reptiles and amphibians, hundreds of species of birds, mammals and fish, thousands of wild and cultivated plant species.
The diversity of Pacaya Samiria is exciting: up to 1,000 species of animals and 965 of plants have been found in this national reserve. In every corner of Pacaya Samiria you will find something new that will make you fall in love with this place at every step.
Among all these species stands out the paiche, the largest freshwater fish in the entire Amazon, which is used as one of the main ingredients of the gastronomy of the area.
A life in continuous movement. Life never takes a break in Pacaya Samiria. It is so fertile and diverse, and even today, they still discover unique and unknown species. To immerse yourself in its immensity, is to discover much more than you can see in a lifetime.
Civilizations built by nature. The love for the immense biodiversity that inhabits the Reserva Pacaya Samiria has given rise to dozens of native cultures that already devote part of their daily routine to the conservation of their surroundings. Taking care of, admiring, respecting the magic of nature, feeling the planet from the essence of its inhabitants, and discovering how life makes its way in every corner … This is living the heart of the Amazon.
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