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Pacaya Samiria National Reserve

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With 2 million hectares, it is the biggest National Reserve of Peru, also it is the largest protected flooded forest of the world and one of the richest places in biological wealth on the planet. Between its biological diversity we find 449 of...more
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Saint Tomas # 410 San Juan Bautista Distrit, 00512, Peru
+51 931 175 695
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Reviewed October 1, 2018 via mobile

Spectacular. Once in a lifetime experience. Aria was a first class 5 star cuisine small cruise on the Amazon River. Staff was exceptional. Tour guides top notch.

Thank BoardingPass777359
Reviewed September 30, 2018 via mobile

Great park but choose your tour company carefully. Acatupel will short change you immensely but the park itself is breathtaking. Once again, choose another provider and definately visit and book whilst in Lagunas.

Thank MalikAdventures
Reviewed September 10, 2018

Me and 4 friends, we planned our trip to Peru 2 years ago, we wanted to take advantage our time by visiting the best places in Peru. To make this adventure possible we hired the services of Local Trekkers Peru, we hired a package with...More

1  Thank vlexis
Reviewed August 27, 2018 via mobile

We took a 3 day 3 night cruise on La Perla with Rainforest Cruises. We were 2 families traveling together each with 3 kids ranging between 6 and 15 years old. La Perla is an amazing vessel. Spacious rooms and bathrooms. Excellent common areas. Wonderful...More

Thank 397asarm
Reviewed August 13, 2018

We did a 4D3N expedition with Amazon Explorer. It was a great experience! On the first day, after we arrived in a village, we went canoeing with our native guide and we swam in the lake. There were so many bubbles on the surface (means...More

Thank petitpuce
Reviewed May 16, 2018

We did an 8 day trip on this boat and cannot praise it enough: facilities, crew, guides, food all were splendid and set against the amazing sights and scenes of this stunning section of the Amazon. It's a small boat cruise, so not crowded, and...More

Thank Yoni R
Reviewed May 11, 2018

Pacaya Samiria, an incredible experience..living the raw jungle life. Swimming with dolphins, watching monkeys jumping branch to branch and listening to the chilling deep angry growl of the alligators at night. Fun packed tour with my amazing guides – Tony and Cesar from Yanayacu Expeditions...More

Thank Maria E
Reviewed November 10, 2017

For years I had wanted to go to the Amazon and was so excited when I was finally able to make it happen! There were so many options on how to go, I ultimately chose to go with Earthwatch Expeditions so that I could not...More

Thank Indie989
Reviewed October 2, 2017

I must admit our cruise aboard Delfin II offered the perfect entry point to the Amazon - via a luxury river vessel complete with five-star cuisine - into one of the most biodiverse and interesting places on the planet. Aboard Delfin II, we were served...More

1  Thank Bruce H
Reviewed June 4, 2017

This was one of our high lights along the trip to Peru. You will see all kinds of wildlife. We enjoyed the monkeys. Bring a camera with a telephoto for up close images.

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