Morning hours departure from Iquitos Metropolis via auto to reach in the port village of Nanay (Bellavista), where in fact the Rio Nanay meets the Rio Amazonas. After departing by boat we will travel around downriver 70 KM (about 2 hours). Through the riverboat trip we could have a great opportunity of witnessing caimans, turtles, herons, pink river dolphins, snakes, and several additional species of flora/fauna along the riverbank.
Monkey Island – a tiny island about a quarter-hour from the Maniti Lodge, which shelters a sizable number of monkeys within their natural habitat. Throughout your check out on the island you should have the unique possibility to observe and connect to a multitude of monkeys that consist of: Sloth, Goeldi’s monkey, Tamarin monkey, Capuchin monkey, Yellow-Handed Titi monkey, Masked Titi monkey, Cebidae monkey, Wooly monkey, Squirrel monkey, Spider monkey, South American Coati monkey, and more! Along with the many species of monkeys you will need to chance to hold large Anacondas, Boas and connect to the unique and exceptional Amazonian mata-mata turtle. At Monkey Island we may also look at alligators, turtles, toucans, macaws, parrots, etc.
Dolphin watching program at the camp where we could have the unique possibility to start to see the pink freshwater dolphin. If we happen to be lucky we may also have the opportunity to swim with them on the key Amazon River.
At night we will embark on a nocturnal nature hike to discover what forms of species is seen (lizards, snakes, spiders, monkeys).
Overnight at Maniti Lodge
We will get started our day early, getting up in period to start to see the sunrise more than the Amazon River, and we will keep the camp to be on a good animal observation excursion (via boat) where could have the possibility to see pairs numerous kinds of nature.
Afternoon angling excursion via boat with possibility to get piranha, catfish & other species of fish.
Looking at of Victoria Regia – the major freshwater aquatic plant on earth.
After sunset we will continue an excursion via canoe to identify and catch caiman, we could have the possibility to hold, touch, and take photographs with the caiman.
Overnight at Maniti Lodge
Morning jungle hike (30-45 a few minutes) with vacation spot “Palo Alto”.
The initial attraction “Palo Alto Mirador” is a lookout point which has 3 unique observation deck levels. In this article friends have a birds-eye viewpoint of the lowland Peruvian Amazon from 5, 10, and 15 meters above ground. Here we could have the possibility to spend the night time with excellent chances to observe many species of wildlife within their natural habitat.
Daytime exploration of the region which includes hiking, canoe drive in lagoon, fishing (based on request from passenger).
At night we will embark on a nighttime nature walk to check out what forms of species is seen (reptiles, spiders, monkeys).
Overnight at leading observation deck of Palo Alto (establishing a tent or found in hammocks).