4 Days / 3 Nights
The Muyuna Lodge is a boutique eco-Lodge located in the heart of the Peruvian Amazon, about 87 miles upriver from Iquitos. Its remote position in the Tamshiyacu-Tahuayo National Reserve, and close to the Pacaya-Samiria National Reserve, makes it an excellent base for exploring the jungle and seeing all the wonderful flora and fauna.
Its 17 wooden stilted cabins are located in front of the Yanayacu River, and each was built by hand using sustainable local materials. The main cabin, meanwhile, has a large dining room where we can gather to relax, eat and have a beer or two. The jungle surrounds Muyuna, so a wide range of activities and jungle excursions are available right on your doorstep, and our bilingual guides will always be on hand to ensure you get the most from your time in the Amazon rainforest.
Your Amazon adventure begins when we pick you up from the airport or you hotel in Iquitos. We’ll then head to the port and board our speedboat for a beautiful three-hour trip up the Amazon River. When we arrive at Muyuna, you’ll have time to settle in and we’ll show you the various facilities.
Later, we’ll head off on what’s known as the Leoncito Hike, where you appreciate the vast array of flora around the Muyuna area. You'll also see...
We’ll have a very early breakfast today before heading out on a boat trip to Lake Sapote, a beautiful jungle lake where we can spot many different birds, including parrots, jacanas, kingfishers, herons, panguana, partridges, pigeons, cormorants and horned screamers. We’ll then head to Lake Moena where you can see sloths and monkeys.
After lunch we’ll take the boat to two more lakes, Purura and Corrientes, where we can go fishing and catch differen...
After an early breakfast buffet we’ll set off for Mono Blanco, a remote and pristine place that we can explore on foot or by canoe, depending on the water level. Here we can see a huge array of colorful birds, as well as sloths and many monkeys. After lunch, we’ll head off on another boat excursion to visit Caño where we’ll look for different species of monkeys, especially the howler monkey. On the way back, we will visit the wonderful San Juan de Yanayacu vil...
Sadly, today is your final day at Muyuna Lodge. But we still have one more place to visit! After breakfast we’ll go on a boat trip to the beautiful Casha Lake. It’s not easy to get to, and once we arrive we’ll explore the area on foot or in canoes depending on the level of the river. We should see many species of birds and monkeys, and hopefully some other residents of the jungle. We’ll then have lunch and you’ll be able to count all the animals that you&...