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Iquitos Tours - Tours in Iquitos
The city of Iquitos, capital of the department of Loreto, is located on the shores of the Amazon River, the longest and widest river with the greatest volume of water in the world. Even though it is the largestcity in the Peruvian jungle, there are no westward roads joining it to the coast or the Andes; it can only be reached by air or by river.
Low water season starts at the middle of July and ends early November.
Size, Number and Species Overview
The majority of fish that we caught in this area appeared to have some of the characteristics of a butterfly peacock (Cichla Ocellaris) such as no black splotches on the cheeks, and some of a Royal Peacock (Cichla Intermedia) such as irregular splotches of black connecting in some cases the three vertical bars on each side. All of the peacock exhibited more orange along their underside and lower fins than other peacocks.
Largest fish don't go over 10 pounds, but great numbers. Many "incidental species" like Piranhas, Catfish, Oscar, etc.
Fishing in Pacaya Samiria
Arrival to Iquitos and transfer to your hotel. After a short break we will have a city tour through main sites and buildings. Lunch and free afternoon. Tackle check.
After breakfast we will take a fast boat to navigate the Nanay River. Full fishing day with lunch, beers, sodas, and fruits provided on the boat. We will arrive to our base in Iquitos by evening. Time for a shower, relax and a drink before dinner.
Breakfast at the hotel and transfer to the airport. End of services.
Tips or taxes.
Insurance and airline tickets (where applicable).
Hotel in Lima.
All meals and soft drinks.
Bus transportation and transfers.
Tour as described .
Official experienced guides.
All entrances fees and tickets.
04 nights in selected hotel in Iquitos.
Prices from US$
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