Embark on an endless journey and enjoy our tours in the Amazon

The magic of the Peruvian Amazon in its immensity: nature, biodiversity and culture, come together to create an experience in a unique place for its authenticy. Directed towards what truly matters and is original, for the planet as for each one of us.

Nature is the greatest artwork in the world. Over 200 bird species, more than 7,300 flowering plant species and more than 2,500 daytime butterfly species, among other living beings, share their habitat in the Peruvian Rainforest; creating an immense and vast variety of shapes and colors. This is an artwork with nature as its canvas, water and earth its medium.

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Explore, dream, discover the best Amazon tours.

56% of the planet's tropical forests are located in the Amazon basin or very close to it. The river changes its name throughout its course (Lloqueta, Apurimac, Ene, Tambo, Ucayali) and its in the confluence of the river Ucayali and Marañon where it's called Amazon River.

How to get to the Peruvian Amazon

Upon your arrival at the Jorge Chávez airport in Lima

Passengers may connect with flights heading to the city of Iquitos - Coronel FAP Francisco Secada Vignetta Iquitos International Airport (gateway city to the Peruvian Amazon).

Upon your arrival to the Coronel FAP Francisco Secada Vignetta Iquitos International Airport

Our team will be waiting for you to take you to Double Tree by Hilton Iquitos hotel where you'll receive your first Orientation Talk on the adventure you're about to start.

Upon your arrival to Nauta

Our crew will assist you, your experience with us will start then.

Climate by season

The Peruvian Amazon has a tropical climate, with an average temperature of 27ºC (80ºF), a minimum temperature of 21ºC (70ºF) and a maximum of 32ºC (90ºF). The year is divided in two seasons: the low water season, from June to November and the high water season, December to May.

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Pacaya-Samiria National Reserve: More than 20,000 km2 full of adventure

Life never takes a break at Pacaya-Samiria. Its so fertile and diverse that even nowadays, there are still unique and unknown species being discovered. Immersing yourself in its immensity means discovering much more than what you could see in a lifetime.

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More than one-third of all known species in the world live here

The Amazon jungle's flora and fauna, with its immense diversity, draws a spectacular landscape.

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Dazzle yourself by our living culture

  • Iquitos

    Visiting Iquitos: The Gateway to Peru’s Most Exotic Paradise

  • Tourism

    Why visit Peru, a megadiverse country in its culture

  • Amazon Flora

    Pacaya Samiria: Explore a world of stunning vegetation during your Amazon river cruise


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