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Pacaya-Samiria


The Pacaya-Samiria National Reserve, the largest protected area in Peru between the rivers Marañón and Ucayali, is characterized by the large number of lakes and rivers, the most important being the Pacaya and Samiria, which give the area its name. The abundant animal and plant life is therefore closely related to the large amount of water. Among the inhabitants, the paiche (largest fish of the Amazon basin and much appreciated as a food fish), charape (type of turtle), river otter, manatee (sea cow) and two species of freshwater dolphins stand out.

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Pacaya-Samiria  

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Expedition Pacaya-Samiria

5 days

From Iquitos by road to Nauta and further by boat to Pacaya-Samiria National Reserve. Overnight in tent camps. 

Dämmerung in Pacaya-Samiria  

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Pacaya-Samiria Amazon Lodge

3, 4, 5 or 6 days

From Iquitos to the Pacaya-Samiria Amazon Lodge to explore the Pacaya-Samiria National Reserve.

 

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Bird watching in Pacaya-Samiria National Reserve

7 days

The Pacaya-Samiria and Allpahuaya-Mishana National Reserves are home to a large number of different bird species. Ideal places to observe birds in an unspoilt nature.

 

 









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