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  • 6 Days, 5 Nights
  • Group Size: 1 and up
  • All year round

Do you want something more intrepid and extreme? This package is designed for travelers who want to experience the jungle as a local, including the activities of all other packages (Welcome to the Jungle and Sweet Water) plus a day of camping. We will take you camping in a remote area and establish a base in the heart of the jungle. We will make a picnic at the end of a long excursion, in which your guide will explain the different types of plants and animals that are around you. Before sunset you will fish and prepare your dinner, and before finishing your day, a last night excursion to discover the mysteries that the Amazon holds until the night.

Price Includes

  • Transfer from the hotel or the Airport and vice versa.
  • Navigation to Muyuna Lodge.
  • Refillable bottle and drinking water.
  • Rain boots.
  • All food, coffee, tea and fruit station 24/7
  • Accommodation: cabin with bathroom and private terrace with hammock facing the river or the jungle.
  • Electric charge for the batteries of cameras, laptops, etc.
  • Guides specialists in nature.
  • Visit to authentic riverside communities.
  • Night and day excursions - by boat or walking.
  • Life jacket.
  • Bath towel and towel for the river.
  • Free use of kayaks, canoes and paddle.

Price Excludes

  • Flight tickets.
  • Alcoholic drinks.
  • Tips for guides, drivers and lodge staff.

What to Bring

  • Do not forget:comfortable outdoor gear, hiking shoes, sun screen, sun glasses, hat, cash, passport, swim suit, sandals, poncho, necessary toiletries.

What makes this experience RESPONSible?

Our lodge has been constructed with materials from the area, keeping a strict relationship with the environment. Our sewer system goes to a septic tank where our employees perform the necessary sewage treatment to avoid water pollution. Additionally, organic and inorganic waste is separated, using organic waste as fertilizer and compost. The rest of the trash is delivered to Iquitos City, where plastic will go to a recycling center and the rest to a landfill.

Regarding food, we use fresh products from the area, such as fruits, vegetables, and fish. We have a vegetarian and vegan menu, it is necessary to mention that at the lodge we do not kill any kind of animal, especially those that are in danger of extinction, even if some passengers insist. We have our own organic vegetable garden that works when the river level decreases. We also have a flock of free chickens that give us organic eggs, which are free of animal abuse.

Every small action makes a big difference
• For camping and full-day activities, we use reusable dishes and glasses.
• Cleaning campaigns in the ports of Iquitos are done periodically during the year.
• Muyuna Lodge employs residents of San Juan de Yanayacu and other nearby communities.
• In the Lodge, we wash dirty clothes by hand using a biodegradable detergent, giving work to women. (We do not use iron).
• Plastic bags are recycled and put in the garbage dumps of the rooms.
• We do not disturb animals, for this reason, we ask you to be careful while taking photos on our tours, as well as those of Iquitos.

Day by Day

Day 1

  • Land transfer from hotel or airport.
  • 9:30 am we left by river towards the lodge.
  • Lunch.
  • Walk behind the lodge, to see the immense variety of flora.
  • Observation of the leoncito, the smallest monkey in the world.
  • Sunset in lagoon.
  • Dinner.
  • Night excursion by boat to see alligators, nocturnal birds and mammals.

Day 2

  • Breakfast.
  • Boat trip to Sapote lagoon looking at birds.
  • Excursion to Moena Lagoon where you will see sloths and monkeys.
  • Lunch.
  • Piranha fishing in the Corriente and Purura Lagoons (optional).
  • Observation of the hoatzin, a weird looking bird.
  • Dinner.
  • Night walk in search of huge tarantulas and frogs.

Day 3

  • Breakfast.
  • Walk to the Amazon River to swim where the pink and gray dolphins live.
  • Observation of the Victoria Regia, the largest aquatic plant in the world.
  • Observation of iguanas.
  • Lunch.
  • Boat excursion to Juanachi lagoon to observe birds.
  • Dinner.
  • Canoe excursion, to listen to the jungle at night.

Day 4

  • Breakfast.
  • We will take you camping in a remote area.
  • We establish a base camp to carry out the different excursions (optional).
  • Lunch and picnic dinner.
  • Excursions near the camp.
  • Fish of the day for dinner.
  • Night excursion

Day 5

  • Picnic breakfast.
  • Return to the lodge.
  • Lunch.
  • Visit to the town of San Juan de Yanayacu.
  • Dinner.
  • Night walk in search of huge tarantulas and frogs.

Day 6

  • Breakfast.
  • Boat trip to Sapote lagoon looking at birds; we go to Laguna Moena where you can see sloths and monkeys.
  • Lunch.
  • Transfer to Iquitos by boat.
  • Land transfer to hotel or airport.


Your Host
Percy, Santiago, Analía. The Sanchez Sarfati Family | Responsible Travel Peru

Percy, Santiago and Analía

In 1999, we were a young couple of Peruvians with their heads full of dreams, looking for adventures throughout Peru. We traveled along the beaches, rivers, valleys, and mountains of Peru, but none of that caused the visual impact like the Amazon River and its jungle.

For this reason, we seek a place far away from civilization, and with the help of the community of San Juan de Yanayacu, our dream came true. The beauty of the Amazon Rainforest was so beautiful that we wanted to share all its wonders with the world. At the same time, we were looking to protect this region from illegal logging and hunting. It was at this moment when we decided to create this life project.

Since then, we have demonstrated to the world a sustainable approach to responsible and conscious tourism. 

Now, our extended family has more than 40 members, including people from Iquitos, Lima and San Juan de Yanayacu. 

All our guides are Peruvian, some speak English and several have been born in the area, growing up with such knowledge that in a given moment can make them a medic or a naturalist, and in other moments they will be so camouflaged with the jungle that you will think that they had a hyper-developed sense of vision and smell.

The community of San Juan de Yanayacu welcomed us with open arms and in a gesture of gratitude, we have created a strategic alliance to preserve the habitat where we are located, benefiting the inhabitants, the animals, the jungle, and our travelers.

We want to contribute and invest in the Peruvian economy. For this reason, we use products that are produced in Peru.

We hope you can help us continue with this beautiful story.