Live in a Village. Camp in the Rainforest. Have an Adventure.
If you want an Amazon Adventure, Living in a Village, and/or Camping in the Rainforest, off the grid, you have come to the right place. I will help you get what you want.
We offer four adventure options. All require a minimum of two passengers or the monetary equivalent.
(1) Camping in the rainforest of Pacaya Samiria National Reserve, or living in a typical house in a village inside the reserve. It takes most of one day to get there and one day to get back, which is part of your adventure.
Your rate is $150 per person per day X 3 days = $450.
(2) Camping in the rainforest near the boundary of Tamshiyacu Tahuayo Reserve, and/or living in a typical, but large, house outside the village of Chino near Tamshiyacu Tahuayo Reserve. It takes one day to get there and one day to get back, which is part of your adventure.
Your rate is $110 per person per day X 3 days = $330.
(3) Living in a typical house on the out skirts of the village of Llanchama near the boundary of Allpahuayo Mishana National Reserve. It takes a half day to get there and a half day to get back, which is part of your adventure.
Your rate is $100 per person per day X 3 = $300.
(4) Camping deep inside Pacaya Samiria National Reserve at Cocha El Dorado, near the center of the reserve, three days by boat to get in and three days to get back. You will stay at the rangers station in a large house, or you can camp.
Minimum of two passengers for eight days or monetary equivalent.
Your rate is $150 per person per day X 8 days = $1,200 per person.
All four options include English-Spanish speaking translator, a local guide, a local cook and cleaner, all food and purified water.
You should bring your own insect repellant, sun screen, and flashlight with extra batteries.