Expedition to Unexplored Lake
The Amazon still has unexplored areas
Expedition to an unexplored lake in the Amazon. Geologically, Sierra del Divisor features dormant volcanic cones and hills, as well as virgin forests that form one of the oldest areas of the Amazon rainforest. Most of this area is unknown and unexplored. This historically inaccessible and biodiverse wilderness area is home to an impressive number of rare and endemic species.
- Transfer from Iquitos airport.
- Land and river transportation.
- Plane back from Angamos / Iquitos.
- Entry permit for the Matsés National Reserve and Communities.
- Indigenous guides and Amazon Explorer leader.
- LIMITED SPACES: 6 participants.
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Departure/Return LocationIquitos Hotel or Airport
Departure TimeTo be confirmed
Return TimeTo be confirmed
- Expedition area: Sierra del Divisor (Peru/Brazil border). It is one of the oldest geological formations in the Amazon rainforest.
- Remain in complete isolation for 40 days.
- Put our physical and mental strength to the test, as well as the effort of the team to complete the challenge.
- Discover unexplored areas where no one has reached.
- Face inclement weather and difficult terrain.
- Trek for days through virgin forest and climb high ground.
- Cross hills, rivers, streams and aguajales (flooded area where the aguajes palm trees grow).
- Build shelters in different areas deep in the jungle.
- Collect and catch our food.
- We may even discover new species.