Amazonian Jungle Aventures developps ecotourism programs in order to introduce you to the Amazon jungle while actively contributing to the preservation of wildlife and forest conservation. We strive to meet your expectations by developing a route offering you the best travel conditions while respecting the environment and the forest in its natural state.
Our major concern is to offer you the opportunity to live a unique experience. An adventure closer to nature in the heart of an astonishing biodiversity both for wildlife and for the flora.
Most trips take place in the heart of the Pacaya Samiria National Reserve, in the basin Yanayacu Pucate, between the Ucayali and Marañon rivers.
It is one of the largest reserves of Peru. Covering an area of about 2080000 hectares, we find there 102 mammals, 69 reptiles, 58 amphibians, 269 fish and 1025 species of wild and cultivated plants, about 449 species of birds. The importance of waterbird populations is a good indicator of the state of conservation of our forests and wetlands.
One can also observe several species of monkeys, tapirs, agoutis, squirrels, jaguars, sloths, land turtles and aquatic turtles as well as pink and gray dolphins, endemic species of the Amazon River, reptiles such that black and white lizards, iguanas, anacondas and alligators.
Some species are threatened, we strive to ensure their protection and reproduction. Thanks to your presence in this place you become one of the greatest keepers, restaurateurs and protective of our environment and our wildlife, plays an extremely important role. We appreciate very much and thank you about that.
When to go?
Hot and humid climate, annual temperature between 20°C (68°F) and 33°C (91°F)
Dry season from June to November
Favorable to the observation of animals along the riverbanks, otters, alligators, and the trek in the forest.
Rainy season from December to May
Favorable to the observation of arboreal animals, monkeys and mostly a lot of birds, the water level is higher.