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So much wildlife if you're willing to hike around. Really enjoyed the research lodge, hiked all over the ARCCT, saw 11 types of monkeys including red uakari and pygmy marmoset (caught all on film but some were not clear). Main and research lodge had nice...More
Without a doubt, our experience with Amazonia Expeditions was truly amazing from start to finish. Both the Tahuayo Lodge and the Amazon Research Center Lodge are worth a visit. Plan at least 6 nights, if not more, so you can stay at both. Each lodge...More
Our family of 5 siblings had the most amazing adventures at the Tahuayo Lodge and the Research Center. All of our interests were attended to by our wonderful guides Jorge and Nixon. Both guides were a wealth of knowledge about the local birds and animals....More
From the moment we stepped onto the boat until the moment we stepped back onto the plane we were blown away by our experience with A & E Tahauyo Lodge and our stay in the rainforest. This was my first time in the Amazon and...More
Outstanding! The Tahuayo lodge was a highlight of our Peru trip. Melisa and Juanito were great guides. Very knowledgeable, patient and fun. Juanito was especially fun for my boys. Melisa managed our outings and patiently guided our kids through the Canopy course. They were very...More
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Hi Sherry! Thank you for your question. Despite what most people might think, the survival tour is actually not the best tour for those that want to see wildlife. While our survival tours are a great adventure, by their very... More
Hi Sherry! Thank you for your question. Despite what most people might think, the survival tour is actually not the best tour for those that want to see wildlife. While our survival tours are a great adventure, by their very nature, they are just not the best for viewing wildlife. As an ecoutour company we always choose to put the ecosystem first. This means we purposely pick a site to camp/survive where we will not disturb wildlife. Second, survival tours are just too loud! Collecting materials to build a shelter, build a fire, searching for edible plants, and other activities cause too much noise and commotion scaring off any animals that might be near. If you are interested purely in wildlife trip I would recommend a stay at our Tahuayo Lodge and especially a stay at our Research Center Lodge which is the only lodge located within the boundary of the ACRCTT Reserve. Please let us know if you have any other questions.