HOW IS AMAZON EXPLORER DIFFERENT FROM OTHER EXPEDITION COMPANIES?
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We are recognized in numerous worldwide publications for having organized and led numerous expeditions in total safety for adventurers, students, researchers, documentarians and producers such as NatGeo, Discovery Channel, among others.
We fairly compensate our personnel and educate our native guides to promote the protection and conservation of the Peruvian Amazon.
For expeditions with one to six people, we have four skilled personnel, consisting of an English/Spanish tour leader, a native guide, a cook and a boat driver.
We are concerned about the environment and therefore promote sustainable development of the indigenous communities.
We are constantly exploring new areas, so we can make our itineraries more attractive.
We provide a mixed experience with our adventurers, to ensure that the trip is successful.
We support the indigenous communities where we operate, by providing financial, medical, educational, and employment benefits.
We provide private adventures to individuals or small groups.
Survival training in the jungle is taught by military experts, who make up the Search and Rescue Brigade (SAR) in the Amazon.
We help in the rescue and rehabilitation of wildlife and abandoned street animals, by allocating part of our income generated from our expeditions.