- TOP PERU TOURS
- LUXURY TOURS
- ADVENTURE TOURS
- CULTURAL & ARCHEOLOGYCAL TOURS
- ECOLOGYCAL TOURS
- MYSTICAL & ESOTERYCAL TOURS
- SPECIAL INTEREST TOURS
- PERU PACKAGES
Peru is doted with a rich diversity of animal and vegetal species, and Man has lived alongside them in a harmonious co-existence for thousands for years.
Species such as the condor, serpent and puma were worshipped by the ancient highlanders, who crafted their images into pottery and monuments during the rise of early civilizations, in homage to their beauty and power. Other species served as food or as raw materials for Man's creations.
Some animals even forged a relationship of interdependence that has lasted for thousands of years, a relationship maintained by Peruvians living outside the major cities. Peru's territory has also long kept hidden thousands of species that continue to amaze scientists from all over the world.
The most startling are the native species, due to their unique characteristics and beauty, and above all the way they have managed to adapt to Peru's difficult climate and geography.
ECOLOGICAL TOURS IN PERU
A trip down the Amazon River and its natural reserves and forest biodiversity and scenic beauty found also enjoy the colorful species of birds, trees, fish and more. This region has been identified as one of the highest concentrations of biodiversity on the planet is part of it and enjoy it responsibly. Read More
Pacaya Reserve Cruise
Samiria Natural Reserve Cruise
The Amazonas Sinchicuy is a rustic and comfortable lodge, located on the shores of the Sinchicuy River 30 Km (20 miles) down the 0Amazon River; built on high ground in a tropical garden area with flowering trees and plants which attract birds and butterflies such as the iridescent Blue Morpho. Within this area there is a place where a variety of orchids are cultivated and primates, parrots and toucans live freely. Read More
Eco Amazonia Lodge
A resort on the Amazon, this Lodge will have 72 bungalows in total (now opened partially)all on "ground floor" two swimming pools, Internet, international phones, and 24-hour restaurant and bar service. Read More
The lodge, established in 1964, 80 Km (50 miles) down the Amazon, is deep in primary rainforest and offers two-day or longer excursions. Kerosene torches and lamps illuminate palm-thatched houses containing 10-17 private sleeping rooms. Read More
Located on the Napo River, 160 Km (100 miles) from Iquitos and in the Sucusari nature Reserve, the Camp allows you to enjoy a privately owned Plant and Animal Reservation, as well as visiting the adjoining Amazon Canopy Walkway, the longest treetop walkway in the world. Read More
EXPLORTAMBOS is a primitive camp in Explorama´s deep virgin rainforest reserve of the Napo River, a two-hour walk from our nearest lodge, ExplorNapo. The new Tambos have a maximum capacity for 16 explorers who share this experience, sleeping in individual shelters with mosquito netted beds (shelters for couples are also available), eating meals cooked on an open-hearth fireplace and using the Tambos as the departing point for newly opened trails. Read More
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. Read More
Fishing Pacaya Samiria
We offer to the visitor the extraordinary opportunity to be in contact with nature and to enjoy the exotic and wonderful places that the Peruvian Amazon contains. Few are the places in the world where nature is shown as splendid and abundant as in the Amazon Forest of Peru. Read More
The Cultural Zone is one of the three zones from Manu National Park which covers high mountains, cloud forest and low jungle. Read More
This zone which runs along both sides of the Manu River, covers a vast extension of primary forest is dedicated for only two activities: tourism and research. Read More
The Tambopata National Reserve features an amazing –and almost incredible-- biodiversity. Numbers for the 275,000-hectare reserve are extraordinary: 160 mammal species, 630 bird species, 200 fish species, 100 amphibian species, 1,200 types of butterflies... Jaguars, ocelots, giant armadillos, and other endangered species have found a refuge within the reserve boundaries. Read More
Smaller in size and more accessible than the neighbouring Manu, the Tambopata National Reserve features an amazing –and almost incredible-- biodiversity. It's believed that the area is home to 30% of Peru's bird species, and nothing less than 90% of the country's amphibians, reptiles and fresh-water fish species. Read More
Refugio Amazonas is the latest addition to Rainforest Expeditions Tambopata portfolio. As a charming 24 bedroom lodge, it is well placed immediately adjacent to the Tambopata National Reserve. Read More
Peru Jungle Tours
Located a 30 minutes motor canoe ride down the River Madre de Dios from Puerto Maldonado, Sandoval Lake is perched above what many rainforest specialists feel is the most attractive lake in Southern Peru, if not in the entire Peruvian Amazon. Read More
Sandoval Lake Tours
The citadel of Kuelap is made of stone, but unlike Inca architecture, featured fantastic and animal figures, and changed the traditional pattern of geometric designs. The common buildings at the Fortress of Kuelap were circular, and some of these have been reconstructed so that the few visitors who come here (due to the difficult access) can see how the people lived here, amidst orchids and bromeliads. Read More
Puerto Pumas Tour
Despite being a major trading hub, the city lies in the middle of an area redolent with history and extraordinary natural beauty. Visitors who explore the areas around the city will soon discover how many waterfalls there are in the region. Join our Tarapoto tours and discover with luxury the beauty of the Peruvian Jungle. Read More
Puerto Palmeras Resort
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