Hike in Terra Firma Forest
This hike will lead us under the gigantic trees, for a close view of the rain forest floor to see how the lower plants complete for sunlight, among vines and epiphytes, observing the flowers and fruits that are the nourishment of the animals and birds.
There are plenty of opportunities to swim in the Amazon basin’s rivers and
lakes. Or just go into the water to freshen up and relax.
Whether by paddle canoe or short walk, the feel of the tropical rain forest at night is an entirely different experience.
Short or medium length walks
These are included daily in the Amazon rain forest.
One of the walks will be accompanied by a native guide, who will introduce you to the secrets of the medicinal plants and their applications.
This wide, white water river, which itself flows into the Amazon. The dense, green walls of gallery forest are broken occasionally by the small holding of the Quiches settlements as you navigate downstream.
The canoe trips along the rivers are excellent opportunities for viewing parrots, macaws, and herons and rivers turtles.
Paddle native canoes
There are many opportunities if you wish to paddle native canoes on the small black water rivers and lakes, alone or in small groups.
Explore small rivers
By motor canoe explore the small river’s still waters observing the vegetation of its banks: huge kapok and palm trees.
The surprising pink dolphins may appear at any bend of the river.
This is a great place to spot toucans, parrots, eagles and many other birds.
Birdwatchers are offered the opportunity of early morning outings - the best time, when the birds are very active.
Conference by naturalist
Each evening, the naturalist guides will discuss different topics related to the Amazon rain forest. Its flora, fauna, bird life, native communities and many other subjects.