Paseos Amazónicos


As tour operation pioneers in the Peruvian jungle and the majestic Amazon River, Paseos Amazónicos Jungle Lodges provides quality service to satisfy its passengers.

We guarantee:

All of our tour programs include:


With the purpose of keeping a prompt, safe and efficient operation, Paseos Amazónicos Jungle Lodges has a permanent communication system between the Iquitos Operation Center and the lodges as well as with the camps, boats and transportation vehicles employed in transfers and trips.


Paseos Amazónicos Jungle Lodges has a river transportation fleet that includes: aluminum speed boats with outboard engines usually employed for passenger transfers between Iquitos and the jungle lodges; open or thatched roofed "pamacari" wooden boats also with outboard engines, employed for excursions; dugout canoes with paddles to reach the less accessible spots or where wildlife observation forbids engine noise. All boats are piloted by expert personnel and equipped with radios, life-jackets, first-aid kits, and fire extinguishers.

Paseos Amazónicos Jungle Lodges also has overland vehicles equipped for the passenger's comfort in airport / hotel / wharf transfers and also in trips made to the town of Nauta as part of the route to the Pacaya-Samiria National Reserve.


The Peruvian Amazon cuisine is a pleasant disclosure for those that visit this region because besides including almost 100% natural high protein ingredients in its composition, it is also taste delicious. 

The Amazon River provides an important share of this tasteful pantry with highly demanded fresh water species such as the "paiche" (arapaima), the "dorado", the "gamitana", the "paco" and the "tucunare" (peacock bass). The plantations in the low-lands enriched with nutrients during the flood season provide rice, beans, cassava, bananas and in addition fruit from palm and trees.

Other jungle exclusive exquisites are "cecina" (smoked pork meat), exotic fruit refreshments and ice-creams, the starch rolls and "ñutos", even liquors made of tree-bark, honey and sugar cane gin which are said to have prodigious aphrodisiac effects.

Paseos Amazónicos Jungle Lodges provides in all its jungle lodges and trips to the Pacaya-Samiria National Reserve, programmed menus in which regional food has been included along with chicken, beef and vegetables.

Below you have an example of one of these menus:


  • Cocona juice (Solanum sessiliflorum)
  • Piece of papaya
  • Fried or scrambled eggs
  • Bread
  • Butter
  • Pineapple marmalade
  • Tea, coffee and/or milk


  • Chonta salad (Juania australis)
  • Fried dorado filet (Brachyplatystoma flavicans) with cocona.
  • Fried Cassava
  • White rice
  • Cooked beans
  • Sapote fruit (Pouteria sapota)
  • Tea and/or coffee


  • Vegetable salad
  • Grilled chicken
  • Fried banana
  • Yellow rice
  • Fruit cocktail
  • Tea and/or coffee

You will also find in the Bar: Bottled water with and without gas, soft drinks, beer, wines, liquor and cocktails plus candy and other snacks.

Very Important: Best food handling practices are applied in our Food & Beverage Service including cold temperature conservation and fruit and vegetable disinfection