Since 1981, we have been delivering spectacular adventures into the Amazon Jungle as the area’s leading ecotourism operator. Join us in the Tahuayo Reserve to experience the most biodiverse region yet studied. Your highly trained private guide and customized itinerary will deliver an unforgettable experience. Most important for you to consider, we have an A+ rating with the Better Business Bureau, with not one complaint ever filed by one of our guests in over 30 years. We are also rated #1 in the western Amazon by National Geographic and #1 in the Amazon and all of Peru by Trip Advisor (#2 in all of South America), among many other honors. The #1 rating in National Geographic is based on conservation ethics while Trip Advisor rates client satisfaction, but there are many other considerations to choose our company, which are described in more detail on our website. Here is just a short list for you to consider: Amazonia is the only company with access to the 440,000 hectare (1 million acre) ACRCTT conservation area, described by biologists as having the greatest biodiversity yet documented in the Amazon basin. We are especially rich in Monkeys (16 species), birds (over 600 species) and other species such as 2 species of freshwater dolphins. The acidic water ecosystems of the Tahuayo River basin do not have the mosquito species Anopheles darlingi or Aedes aegypti, thus there is no zika, malaria or yellow fever; no malaria prophylaxis is necessary for the trip, unlike Iquitos trips/lodges that pass through Nauta, now considered the worst malaria hot zone in all of Peru or Puerto Maldonado in the south, a hotspot for yellow fever as well as malaria. You will be assigned a private guide who will customize your itinerary to your needs and interests; Amazonia’s guides have the best skills and highest training standards of any company in the Amazon. All guides are certified in wilderness first aid. We are the only Iquitos based company with a canopy exploration complex The Canopy Experience that includes 5 canopy platforms, 3 ziplines and a walkway, all more than 30 meters above the forest floor. Our community support program has built the finest rural health clinic in the Amazon and pays for staff, equipment and supplies. We are currently building a high school for the communities of the upper Tahuayo River. With this fine clinic we have close access to medical care should the need arise We have an active program of scientific research and affiliation with leading universities and other institutions. There is satellite based wifi and internet access in both lodges, with electricity via solar power.
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