5-Day All Inclusive Guided Jungle Tour From Iquitos At Maniti Eco-Lodge

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Key Details

  • Mobile Voucher Accepted
  • Hotel pickup Available
  • Duration: 5 Days
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  • Departure Time :
    9:00 AM
  • Departure Details :
    Huallaga 240, Iquitos 16002, Peru
  • Return Details :
    Returns to original departure point
  • Cancellation Policy :
    This activity is non-refundable Tours booked using discount coupon codes will be non refundable.


During this 5 Day & 4 Night rainforest tour from Iquitos our Iquitos rainforest guides will take the traveler on a wild adventure into the Amazon jungle. This tour includes 1 night of rainforest camping at Mirador Palo Alto, a 3 story observation tower that provides a birdseye view of the lowland jungle. This Iquitos Peru jungle tour also includes some of our most popular activities including: night time caiman excursion, bird watching excursion, piranha fishing, rainforest hiking, visit with native Amazonian tribes, canoe rides, viewing of pink river dolphins and much more!

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Day 1
  • 9:00am departure from Maniti Expeditions office in Iquitos City, we will travel downriver 70 KM (about 2 hours). During the riverboat trip we will have a great possibility of seeing caimans, turtles, herons, pink river dolphins, snakes, and many other species of flora/fauna along the riverbank.
  • Monkey Island
  • Dolphin watching session
  • Nocturnal nature hike to see what types of species can be seen (lizards, snakes, spiders, monkeys).
Day 2
  • We will begin our day early, waking up in time to see the sunrise over the Amazon River, and then we will leave the camp to go on a animal observation excursion (via boat) where will have the opportunity to see various types of flora and fauna.
  • Afternoon fishing excursion via boat with opportunity to catch piranha, catfish & other species of fish.
  • Viewing of Victoria Regia the largest freshwater aquatic plant in the world.
  • After sunset, go on an excursion via canoe to spot the black caiman.  We will have the opportunity view the animals and take photos up close. 
Day 3
  • Morning visit with a local village to learn and observe the local peoples daily life and custom
  • In the afternoon we will visit lagoons and tributaries in close proximity to the Maniti Lodge. Here, we can make a variety of activities, dependent on the tourist, such as jungle hiking, canoe rides, fishing, plant education, animal observation or maybe just relaxing with a nice cool swim in one of the lagoons or on the Amazon River!
  • In the evening we will go on a nocturnal nature hike to see what types of species can be seen (lizards, snakes, spiders, monkeys).
Day 4
  • Morning jungle hike (30-45 minutes) with destination Palo Alto.
  • The unique attraction Palo Alto Mirador is a lookout point that has 3 different observation deck levels. We will ill have the opportunity to spend the night with excellent opportunities to observe various species of wildlife in their natural habitat.
  • Daytime exploration of the area that includes hiking, canoe ride in lagoon, fishing (depending on request from passenger)
  • Nocturnal nature walk to see what types of species can be seen (reptiles, spiders, monkeys).
  • Overnight at top observation deck of Palo Alto (setting up a tent or in hammocks).
Day 5
  • Early morning jungle trek
  • Departure from Maniti Lodge with destination Iquitos
  • Visit with a local native Indian tribe to learn and observe about history and their customs.
  • Upon arrival to Iquitos we will visit the market of Belen.
  • Private Canoe ride through the floating market of Belén, located on the edge of the Itaya River.
  • Transfer to airport/hotel, end of service.


4x Breakfast

4x Dinner

5x Lunch

Accommodation included: 4 nights

All Local Transportation

All Meals During Excursion (Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner, Snacks)

Purified Water, Juice, Coffee, Tea, Milk

All Equipment: Rubber Boots, Fishing Poles, First Aid, Etc.

Professional Bilingual Guide (English & Spanish)

Fully Guided Jungle Tours & Excursions As Described In Itinerary

Private Accommodations (Bedding, Mosquito Nets, Shower)


Bottled water

Coffee and/or Tea


Airport transfers (tour starts from our office in Iquitos)

Extra Items (Souvenirs, Extra Food, Cigarettes, Etc.

Airfare (We Can Help Arrange Airfare Upon Request)

All Airport Taxes

Personal Expenses: Telephone Calls, Laundry Expenses, Alcoholic Drinks, Etc.

Insurance Against Theft, Loss, Illness or Accident

Gratuity For Tour Guides

Hotel In Iquitos City

Additional Info

Confirmation will be received at time of booking

Not wheelchair accessible

Most travelers can participate

This is a private tour/activity. Only your group will participate

Hand sanitizer available to travelers and staff

Regularly sanitized high-traffic areas

Guides required to regularly wash hands

Regular temperature checks for staff

Traveler Reviews

  • 08-Sep-2022

    Great experience apart from being asked for money at every turn. I was starting to wonder what was included in the price we had already payed if I'm honest. We weren't doing things by schedule and they skipped the maccaws visit because they said it was to far away so thet took us on another river cruise instead which was disappointing.

  • 02-Aug-2022

    The food was all delicious, always had to go back for seconds, especially the fresh pineapple o.0 Edwin, our guide, was very knowledgeable and friendly, he allowed us to be flexible with the activities and time we had available.

  • 28-Jun-2022

    Our guide Edwin was AMAZING! He made the trip for us. If you go, ask for him specifically. He knows everything about the wildlife and the cultures of the villages and tribes around the lodge you get to visit. He was absolutely exceptional. He runs a project out of his home village where he provides fish nets to local people so they don’t hunt the precious few remaining creatures of the jungle (monkeys, alligator, capybara, ect). The food was delicious, and was very authentic to the available resources of the jungle. The cook was so sweet, and let our guide in to her kitchen to cook us the piranha we caught! We’d love to come back!

  • 09-Jul-2020

    This trip was easily my best experience during our visit to the Peruvian Amazon. The location of the eco-lodges is absolutely stunning, being both completely surrounded by rainforest and waterways. There is even a small and isolated village nearby where you can acquaint yourself with some of the locals. If you decide to visit the village, I recommend you try some of the locally made liquors and that you stock up for the duration of your stay. Our guide, who went by Edwin, was a wonderful person to experience the trip with. He made sure that we were well taken care of and his knowledge of the jungle and its inhabitants was extensive, to put it lightly. The rest of the staff we got acquainted with were all super friendly and always made us feel welcome. Every excursion was a trip to remember. At no point were any of us bored with the itinerary we were provided with. I do however have to point out that the included activities are not for the faint of heart, as we were constantly exposed to dangerous flora and fauna. To us however, this was what made our trips into the jungle so authentic and profound. The eco-lodges are simple, but provide you with electricity, cold showers (which is all you'll want due to the extreme heat) and shelter from mosquitoes. There is a large main hall where people get their water from, as well as where large groups gather to eat, socialize and generally have a good time. However, there is no wifi anywhere. So if that matters to you, now you know. The food was delicious. They even provided my brother with vegetarian dishes to accommodate his diet. Also, if you go fishing for piranhas they'll cook one that you've caught for you to try. Summarized; For anyone looking to experience the Amazon Rainforest at its most authentic, this is the way to do it. Though you'll have to decide for yourself if you or anyone coming with you can cope with the dangers inherent to such an expedition.