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Tour to Iquitos - Amazonas Sinchicuy Lodge - Iquitos

Tour Summary
Iquitos TOURS - AMAZONAS SINCHICUY LODGE - TOURS IN Iquitos Set in a tropical garden with flowering trees and plants that attract multitudes of hummingbirds and butterflies of every imaginable colour, the Amazonas Sinchicuy Lodge gives you the opportunity to discover this area by natural history walks, visits to native communities, fishing, bird watching, canoeing, night hikes and sharing with the orphaned jungle creatures that have chosen this lodge as home, such as woolly monkeys and saddle backed tamarins that are often climbing through the trees or roaming freely on the grounds, enjoying the company of human beings.

Tour Details
Duration: 3 days / 2 nights
Price: From US$ 244
Starting point: Iquitos
Ending point: Iquitos
Tour Type: Birdwatching, ecological, wildlife viewing, hiking, entomology, fishin and butterflies

Tour Description

All our programmes can be tailor made according to your requirements, whether regarding the length of your tour, any special interests or specific activities, flight reservations, optional destinations or tours.

DAY 01: Iquitos/ Amazonas Sinchicuy Lodge
Iquitos Tours, Amazonas Sinchicuy Lodge, Peru Tours Our personnel will meet and greet you at the Airport.
Transfer to the river dock where you will begin the trip to our lodge.
Along the way you will briefly sightsee Iquitos, looking at the most important tourist sites of this representative Peru's Easternmost city founded in the XIXth Century.
Navigate on the greatest river in the world, the Amazon, aboard comfortable and safe motorboats. The trip will allow you to see a marvellous panorama in which the magnificence of the Amazon makes its way through the exuberance of the jungle, where picturesque villages with their particular colour and joy appear on the shores of the River.
Arrival at the Amazonas Sinchicuy Lodge. Our Lodge built in the native style is surrounded by trees, plants and flowers, a true tropical garden where birds and butterflies are abundant. While your expert naturalist guide explains about the lodge facilities and the activities to come, our staff will serve you with a refreshing "welcome drink" made with some exotic fruit.

Ecocultural Program
It starts with a short walk or canoe ride -according to the rainy season- to a Yagua Native Community, one of the most ancient ethnic groups of the Amazon Rainforest. Here you will have the chance to try the "pucuna" or blowgun. Return to the Lodge. Lunch.
In the afternoon you will proceed with ethno botanic tour around the Lodge, you will be able to distinguish certain species of the plant kingdom. Visit to the "Shaman" who will explain about the particularities of the regional flora and its applications.
Tour the Santa María del Ojeal farmlands where you will see the artisan sugar cane mill. You will also visit a fish farm to observe native fish species and walk around a typical village on the banks of the Amazon River. Lunch

Evening excursion… / Amazon legends…
At indicated time, evening canoe ride or walk to sense the jungle after dark. Return to the Lodge. Supper. After enjoying a delightful meal, the guide will amuse you with tales and legends from the rich Amazon myths.
Also, if you desire, our personnel will share with you a time for music and singing.

Meals Included: Lunch and dinner

DAY 02: Amazonas Sinchicuy Lodge / Full day on the Yanayacu River

Flora and Fauna Program Full day exploring the primary Jungle Reserve of the Yanayacu River ecosystem. Navigation in open boats on the Amazon River to spot Pink River Dolphins, main characters of fantastic tales and legends told by the River people.
Arrival in the Huashalado Village from where you will make a short walk to the Yanayacu River, where another boat will be waiting to take you in this excursion.
You will enter the "Kingdom of the Giant Trees", which has been given this name because of the size reached by some specimens amongst them the "Lupuna" or Ceiba. This is a favourite site for birds since it is in the River they find the fish and fruit that grows on its banks; even more, the thick forest offers ideal possibilities for nesting. With a bit of luck, you could also, spot monkeys moving on the tree tops or maybe a sloth hanging from a branch and thus mimetising and making it almost impossible to be seen. Boxed lunch in the boat or on the bank of the River.
Iquitos Tours, Amazonas Sinchicuy Lodge, Peru Tours Primary jungle hike by trail or canoe ride -according to the season- in which you will observe particularities of plants and trees from this ecosystem like the Victoria Regia, which reaches a 1.80 m. diameter.
Return to the Amazonas Sinchicuy Lodge. On the way you will have the chance to do native style fishing of Piranhas, Mojarras and other species.
Arrival in the Amazonas Sinchicuy Lodge. If you wish, there will be an evening canoe ride or if you decide not to you could comfortably sway on a hammock or enjoy an exotic drink at the "Clavohuasca Bar". Supper. Overnight.

Meals Included: Breakfast, lunch and dinner

DAY 03: Amazonas Sinchicuy Lodge / Iquitos / Lima
Return to Iquitos by the Amazon River.
At a convenient time, transfer to the airport or hotel of your choice

Meals Included: Breakfast

End of our services

Tour Inclusions

  • 2 Nights accommodation at the Amazonas Sinchicuy Lodge
  • In and out transfers
  • All applicable taxes
  • Bilingual guided tours (english / spanish)
  • All meals as indicated in the itinerary
Note: Due to the ever-changing nature of the Peruvian jungle, day-by-day activities may vary due to local conditions.

  • International and Domestic flights (Lima / Iquitos / Lima: US$ 294 aprox.)
  • Airport taxes ($30.25 for international flights and $6.05 for domestic flights)
  • Baggage excess
  • Additional nights or flights cancellation
  • Alcoholic drinks soda or bottled mineral water
  • Snacks
  • Laundry
  • International or National personal telephone calls

Useful Information

The Amazonas Sinchicuy Lodge is exquisitely set in a tropical garden with flowering trees and plants that attract multitudes of hummingbirds and butterflies of every imaginable colour. Located just 20 miles / 30 km from the City of Iquitos on the Sinchicuy River, it's an excellent getaway for a one or two nights stay, and can be combined with a stay at the Tambo Yanayacu Lodge.
The Lodge has become home to a few orphaned jungle creatures such as Woolly monkeys and Saddle backed Tamarins that you may see climbing through the trees or roaming freely on the grounds. They also enjoy the company of humans a great deal! Along the riverbank you'll find our hammock hut, and benches for relaxing and Bird watching, or glimpsing Morpho Butterflies flashing their blue iridescence as they cross the River, and disappear into the green forest. The intimate dining room is a gathering place for interesting travellers from all over the world.
Each of the 32 rooms has a private shower and bathroom, and can accommodate 1 to 3 guests. Kerosene lanterns light your room and are scattered along the wooden walkways providing a romantic glow, illuminating the night.
Activities include leisurely natural history walks, visits to native communities, fishing, early morning bird watching, canoeing, night hikes, and excursions in search of the mysterious Pink River Dolphin.

The Tambo Yanayacu Lodge is ideally situated 38 miles / 60 km from the City of Iquitos, in the basin of the Yanayacu River. This area was designated 'Kingdom of Giant Trees' and is currently being studied by International scientific organizations. Remote and unspoiled, it is also known for its abundant wildlife.
The Lodge, with its palm-thatched walkways has 10 spacious rooms and can accommodate up to 20 people. Each cottage has a private shower and bathroom.The simple native style of the Lodge blends into the pristine River environment,and is an excellent base for observing the incredible wildlife of the area. Our guests often combine their stay here with a night or two at Sinchicuy.
Hike into the pristine jungle to see the awesome and gigantic Lupuna Trees, the largest in the Amazon, or try early morning Bird watching, Canoeing, Night excursions in search of Caiman, and many other amazing nocturnal creatures.

- Use boots or sneakers the whole time during the walks.
- Drink a lot of liquid during your stay in the forest.
- Keep an extra kit of dry clothes in your room.

- Hiking boots, sneakers and shoes.
- Long pants or slacks.
- Long-sleeved shirts.
- Swimwear.
- T-shirts.
- Rain wear.
- Flashlight with extra batteries/bulb.
- Binoculars.
- Camera.
- Insect Repellent.
- Personal toilet items and first-aid kit.

Lugagge is hand-carried from the boats to your rooms. We strongly recommend you to limit the weight of your luggage to 15 kilograms (32 POUNDS ) a piece.

Yellow fever inoculation is recommended for travel to Peruvian Jungle. Get your vaccine at least 10 days before your arrival. You must bring your yellow fever inoculation certificate with you to prove to the airport officials in Iquitos that you are vaccinated.

The climate in the Amazon is tropical, warm, humid and rainy, with a temperature averages yearly round of 28ºC.
Rainy season: November to April.
Dry season: May to September.
During the rainy months of November through April, always be prepared for heavy rain that can continue for hours or days. Around 80% of the annual average 2000 mm rainfall occurs during these months.

Lima: Sea level, 54 m.a.s.l.
Iquitos: 106 m.a.s.l.

Restaurants During Your Trip
In Iquitos: All meals will be provided by the lodge.

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