Direct access to a maze of lagunas and rivers, and gorgeous exposure to both the flooded forest and the drylands. Canoeing upriver can bring you next to several conservation areas, where a variety of animals and plants can be observed, along with some remote native community villages (but no tribes).
Short or long hikes into the forest where the expert eyes and ears of your guide will let you discover the enchanting life of the rainforest. Our guides all grew up in our village (or similar local villages) and will be able to take you to the best places to look for each animal. They know the fauna, flora, living communities, and the general area very well and will tailor your program specifically to the type of Amazon experience that you want to have!
During your stay, you should see many species of monkeys, spiders, caimans, fishes, birds, insects, snakes, and of course, dolphins & sloths. Anaconda snakes and more specific species, such as jaguars, are in the area too but are harder to spot. Encounters with wildlife will take perseverance and a bit of luck as this is an authentic jungle experience, in sheer nature. Not a wildlife park!
Our experiential tourism options give you the opportunity to sample the genuine jungle life (local crafts class, culture, food & cooking workshop, traditional medicine,...)
The lodge is pleasantly ample and offers several areas from where to just sit and enjoy the nature sounds & sights! Total disconnection.
For the guests who would like to have a more intense exposure to the remote rainforest, we offer a variety of special routes (camping / remote cabin stay / remote village stay) options. These mini trips can be built into your stay with us at Libertad, at no extra cost (for most of the options). These will be discussed with your guide upon arrival.
There are no standard itineraries as each of our tour gets customized between you and your guide upon arrival. However, we have created an example of 4D3N – 3D2N itinerary so that you can imagine what your stay will look like.