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Amazon Survival | 10 Days

AMAZON SURVIVAL Duration: 10 days Level of Difficulty:  A real challenge for those who wish to know their own limits in order to achieve success and SURVIVE in the Amazon. They will use learned techniques and other improvised techniques, both individually and as a team. At the end of the survival training, participants will receive a certificate. DAY 1 6:00…

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Pacaya-Samiria Excursion | 2 Days

PACAYA-SAMIRIA EXCURSION Duration: 2 days Level of Difficulty:  The Pacaya Samiria National Reserve (PSNR) was created on February 25, 1972 in order to conserve the ecosystems and biodiversity of the lower jungle of the Peruvian Amazon. Some of the representative species that this reserve protects are: black caiman (Melanosuchus niger), river wolves (Pteronura brasiliensis), paiche (Arapaima gigas), taricaya (Podocnemis unifilis)…

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Pacaya-Samiria Crossing | 8 Days

PACAYA-SAMIRIA CROSSING Duration: 8 days Level of Difficulty:  Covering 2,080,000 hectares (5,139,784 acres), the Pacaya Samiria National Reserve is the most extensive protected area in the Peruvian Amazon. Its entire area is set aside for the conservation of biological diversity and sustainable use of the wild terrestrial and aquatic flora and fauna. This reserve contains an enormous amount of biological diversity:…

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Amazon Survival | 7 Days

Expeditions in the Amazon Rainforest of Peru Duration: 7 days Level of Difficulty:  For those who want to experience a true adventure and at the same time learn techniques to survive in the jungle. The participants will receive instruction and will have the opportunity to apply the techniques learned. Each participant will carry out individual activities and with others from the…

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Ampiyacu Exploration | 10 Days

AMPIYACU EXPLORATION Duration: 10 days Level of Difficulty:  For those who want to have an experiential tourist experience, living with and getting to know the customs and culture of an indigenous Amazonian group. In the early twentieth century, as a result of the Rubber Boom, the Boras suffered serious demographic disintegration process, reducing their population of 15,000 to just 427…

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