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Urb Las Palmeras A9, Iquitos, 16001, Peru | Lodge
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Travel Blogs from Iquitos

Day 67 - Amazonia

A travel blog entry by wanvigdot


... pero estem aprenent moltes coses interessants. Tambe, aprenem de la gent que hi ha al lodge. Hi ha un grup d'estudiants de Suecia que fan la tesi d'un tipus de granota verinosa que es troba aqui a prop i que l'anirem a buscar un dia d'aquests. Al vespre, ens trobem tots al menjador del lodge i cadasqu explica les seves aventures. El menjar es prou bo i variat, ja farem fotos. La veritat es que ja estic cansada d'escriure perque a ...

Jungle here we come, mosquitos prepare yourselves!

A travel blog entry by diasbuenos


... heads as stitches for a bad wound, or how you have to pee near an ant nest to test if you have diabetes (ants like sugar), as well as being able to spot the smallest and most disguised things like snails, frogs etc. We also encountered some bats and what are apparently called jungle tree rats. At one point in the tour he announced that it 'smelled like snake' and he has estimated our chances of seeing an anaconda at 95%...

When it gets dark, it ...

'Deep in da jungle'

A travel blog entry by ninaandjack


... monkeys - the length of your finger and jokingly ask if we can find them, never expecting that we would be able to find something so tiny in a place so huge. "Sure, no problem. We just need to find some cedar trees that's where they live." Five minutes later we had pulled up on a ruver bank and were standing watching two adorable monkeys running up and down the trunk of a cedar tree. That's when we realised that we had a pretty extraordinary guide. He knew his ...

Retraining as a pharmacist on the Itaya river

A travel blog entry by meggles


... several more games including ring of fire and dancing. The boys had been given a forfeit of skinny dipping on the first night and once dark jumped in only realising afterwards all the crew were watching from the top deck of the boat!

On Friday we got back to Iquitos and said goodbye to the crew and those who were leaving straight away, the rest of us headed back to la pascana to meet up with Devon who runs Project amazonas (this was exciting as we had spent ...


A travel blog entry by mattandelisha

... to turn their heads and look at you in the face. Now it was time to meet the anaconda. The guide pulled a 4m anaconda out of the pond. It was huge. They assured us it was fed well so we would be fine. They put the snake on my neck and I held it for a couple of photos. It was Elisha's turn now ans she held it as well. The anaconda went to the toilet on here which is apparently good luck. Next we fed the monkeys and saw tucan birds. There colours are so bright and even the huge ...

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This lodge, located on Urb Las Palmeras A9, Iquitos, is near Nasca Lines, Belen, Quistacocha Zoo, and Pacaya Samiria National Reserve.
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