Venture deep into the Amazon jungle, with an expert guide, to learn about its wildlife and incredible ecosystems. Keep your binoculars peeled! Birding enthusiasts will delight in the exceptional array of Peruvian species that call the jungle their home.
As the first rays of the golden sun strike the earth, wildlife and birds start to stir, and the hustle and bustle of the day begins. Make the most of your day and rise early to appreciate the vibrant zones of the Pacaya Samiria National Reserve. Embark on a fascinating walk that lures you deep into the lush rainforest. Marvel at dynamic, colourful creatures inhabiting dense vegetation. Crouch low and inspect the forest floor, scurrying with a diverse array of frogs, patchwork snakes, and flashy insects. Hear the chatter of the trees, rustles of leaves, and the sky illuminated with vibrant fluttering as beautiful birds make their presence known. Boasting over 1 500 species of birds, a whopping 20% of the total number of species on the planet, the biodiversity in the amazon is staggering. Little interference in this reserve ensures an untouched natural habitat. Don’t forget your binoculars for this trip; you won’t believe what your eyes are telling you they see!
If you are after a birds eye view, then encounter new heights, with a canopy tour, and seek out colourful birds and wild things that can’t be seen from the humming jungle floors. Each layer of the canopy reveals something new and exciting hiding in the brush, or peeking behind a tangle of branches.
At a height of more than 85 feet (25 meters) and a length of more than 1,580 feet (500 meters), the canopy walkway boasts exceptional views of the intriguing Amazon Rainforest.