Eco-Tourism – Nature Trail

Visit: fragile, pristine, and relatively undisturbed natural areas.

Our purpose is to provide travellers with unique experiences while directly benefiting the economic development and political empowerment of local communities.
Ecotourism has been considered a critical endeavor by environmentalists, so that future generations may experience destinations relatively untouched by human intervention.
To promote and protect the Amazon rainforest and the traditions of her people.
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Package Tours

Remember that all our package tours can be altered to suit your travelling needs.

Chazuta

Nature Trail – 4D 3N – 3D2N -2D 1N


Boat trip Cacao Island – Jumanchi springs – ceramics course with indigenous artisan  – in the  conservation area
‘Cerro Escalera’ –  40m  high  waterfall  Tununtunumba – course in Agroforestry and the making of energetic chocolate  

Day 1: Boat Trip – Cacao Island – Jumanchi Springs
  • Journey to Chazuta from Tarapoto.
  • Coffee at Joyce V Barter sculpture gallery.
  • Trip by boat to a cacao island that produces 6 hectares of organic cacao, relax on the cacao island beach.
  • Journeying further down river to ‘Jumanchi’ short walk (45 mins)’Las Pozas Del Yacuruna’ where you can swim and spend time in the natural environment.
  • Swim in fresh pools and small waterfalls.
  • Journey back to Chazuta.
  • Overnight stay at ‘Joyce V Barter’ sculpture gallery.
Day 2: Tununtunumba Waterfall – cacao fields of ‘Rio Bosque Magico.’
  • Breakfast.
  • (3 hour) Hike to Tununtunumba waterfall.
  • picnic lunch in nature.
  • Spend time in the cacao fields of ‘Rio Bosque Magico’ learning about Agroforestry
  • Picnic lunch in nature.
  • (2 hour walk) back to Chazuta.
  • Amazing food grown in the gardens of RBM.
  • Overnight stay at ‘Joyce V Barter’ sculpture gallery.
Day 3: Artisan workshop in ceramics –
  • Breakfast
  • Experience working in a ceramics workshop with a beautiful team of ladies who have been making ceramics for more than 40 years, learn about the symbols they use and how to make a basic shape
  • Amazing food grown in the gardens of RBM.
  • ‘Rio Bosque Magico’ where we will learn about the process of making the cacao bean into chocolate. We can sample this amazing energetic chocolate as we learn which will give you lots of energy
  • Overnight stay at ‘Joyce V Barter’ sculpture gallery.
 
Day 4
  • Breakfast
  • Short hike (1 half hours) to the Sulphur springs of Chazutayacu
  • picnic lunch in nature.
  • (1 hour)walk back to Chazuta
  • Visit the Mishky Cacao Chocolate factory
  • Amazing food grown in the gardens of RBM.
  • journeying back to Tarapoto.​
PRICES: 2 PAX – USD 420 per person – Includes: English-speaking guide, transportation by boat, courses, entrance to museums, hotel, equipment, alimentation and transport.

 San Roque De Cumbaza

Ecological Viewpoints and Sculpture Trail – in the conservation area ‘Cordillera Escalera’ – one hour walk.

A beautiful place that gives us breathtaking view of the Regional Conservation Area ‘Cordillera Escalera. They are located at 780 meters, a route for hikers, adventurers, scientists, families and students ready for vigorous exercise. Begin the circuit knowing ‘Sachaqa Centro De Arte’ where we will see an artist community at work, from here walk to the Ecological Viewpoints then to Añaquiwi river where you can swim in the crystal clear pools.
Full Day 
  • Visit Sachaqa Centro De Arte
  • (1 half hour) hike to Ecological viewpoints and sculpture trail ‘Monument Of The Jungle.’
  • picnic lunch in nature.
  • Añakiwi crystal clear waterfall
  • walk back to San Roque
  • Coffee break
  • Return journey to Tarapoto

Visitor experience

‘Breathtaking hike up through the forest to spectacular views. Daniel is a great guide who feeds you with knowledge every step of the way. If you really keep your eyes peeled you notice all the different species of birds, incredible insects and the diversity of the plant life. Its a magical place with some jaw dropping views once you get to the top. After your hike you he takes you down to the village where you can swim in the river and afterwards eat a beautiful meal made by locals in the village. Highly recommend it.

 Masie Mc Neice – UK’


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