Get to know Iquitos and enter the biggest city in the world without road access. Tour the main square surrounded by European-influenced buildings; visit the eccentric market of Belen and the rustic floating houses that line the Itaya River.

Get to know Iquitos and enter the biggest city in the world without road access. Tour the main square surrounded by European-influenced buildings; visit the eccentric market of Belen and the rustic floating houses that line the Itaya River.

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*Price per person based on a minimum of two people. For groups of 4 or more passengers request your coupon for 10% discount. Not applicable on other discounts.

Departure from your accommodation/ Visit the architectural houses/ Visit the Belen market/ Visit the houseboats/ Visit the manatees rescue center (CREA)/ Visit the tourist park of Quistococha/ Regional lunch/ Return to the agency

Tour Details

All our tours are based on a minimum of 2 people. If you are traveling alone please contact us to provide a quote according to the tour you want.

We can make more flexible tours, also to couples on their honeymoon, marriage anniversaries, groups or large families, trips for student promotions and organizations or companies.

We adapt ourselves to those people who have a vegetarian or vegan diet. If you have any food allergies, please specify when you make your reservation to provide a menu according to your needs. For those who do not opt for vegetarian or vegan food our meals include fish, chicken, pork or local beef.

We strive to maintain a low use of plastic so we would appreciate if you bring your own bottle or container to be refilled with purified water during the tour and its activities.

Departure and return schedules

Departure time: 8:00 AM

Return time: 5:00 PM

Place of departure: from the airport or your accommodation.

Place of return: Our office in Iquitos.

The service includes

  • Private transportation from airport or accommodation
  • All ground transportation and boat trips
  • All meals during the tours
  • Purified Water, Juice, Coffee, Tea
  • All the necessary camping equipment
  • Bilingual Professional Guide (English and Spanish)
  • All entrances to the parks and reserves
  • All Tours and excursions fully guided as described in the itinerary

The service not include

  • Additional items (souvenirs, extra food, cigarettes, etc.)
  • Air tickets (We can help you arrange cheap flight offers on request)
  • Departure tax from the airport (if it’s applicable)
  • Personal Expenses: telephone calls, laundry expenses, alcoholic beverages, etc.
  • Insurance against theft, loss, illness or accident
  • Tips for Tourist Guides
  • Hotel in the city of Iquitos

Pay ment methods to book a tour

We accept PayPal, Visa and MasterCard online payments to make your reservations. If you wish to pay with Visa or MasterCard online, contact us for details on how to proceed. In our office, we accept Peruvian Soles (PEN), United States Dollars (USD) and Euros (EUR)


We recommend bringing comfortable, long and light clothing to protect against mosquitoes, trekking shoes, hat, mosquito repellent, sunscreen, bottle or personal container for water, headlamp.

If you have any questions please review our Frequently Asked Questions and do not hesitate to contact us, we are available 24 hours a day

We will leave from your accommodation in the morning aboard a private vehicle to the main square, where our guide will tell you the history of the city of Iquitos. On one side of the main square we will be able to see the neo-gothic cathedral of Iquitos. On our way through the square we will visit The Obelisk of Heroes, which is a memorial dedicated to the honorable heroes of the region who fell during the Pacific War.

We will continue our journey to go to The Iron House, designed by the renowned French architect Gustave Eiffel and is known for his work on the construction on the main square of Iquitos. Later, we will visit the Former Palace Hotel u, one of the first luxury hotels in Peru which was built during the rubber rush in 1908, which housed european high society characters, rich and powerful politicians during the 1900’s. While in the area, we will go to the main Boulevard of the city that corresponds to the southern part of the Malecón of Tarapacá, which has a beautiful view of the Itaya River. Next, we will visit the Museo Amazónico, built in 1863 and considered the nation's cultural and historical heritage. Restored in 1999, it became an important museum of history and culture of the region. It displays a beautiful mural decoration in carved wood and a set of antique furniture. The most impressive feature of the museum is the collection of 80 sculptures made of fiberglass with life-size representations of the main Amazonian native communities of Peru, Brazil and Venezuela

Next we will head to the eccentric market of Belen, where you can buy fish, meat, fruits, handmade cigarettes, natural medicine, and many exotic things that you will only find in the Amazon jungle. We will also visit the "Paquito passage" exclusively dedicated to the sale of medicinal plants and typical drinks. Later we will walk towards the lower area of Belen to reach the houseboats. There we will take a typical boat of the place (peque-peque) and we will sail along the Itaya River to see the houseboats.

Then we will continue our tour for 20 minutes in a private vehicle to the Amazon Rescue Center (CREA), whose purpose is to develop rescue, rehabilitation and release programs for specimens of aquatic mammals and endangered wildlife. Within the enclosure you will have the possibility to closely see manatees, different species of turtles, alligators, river wolves and many other species.

Once we have finished our tour of the CREA, we will head towards the Quistococha Tourist Park. Here we can meet different wildlife species such as cats, primates, birds, reptiles, older rodents and also flora in their botanical field.

After the walk we will take a break and enjoy a delicious regional lunch, typical of the Amazon Rainforest, prepared with local products and accompanied by natural juices inside the Quistococha Tourist Park.

Now it's time to relax on the beautiful white sand beach of the Quistococha lagoon, if you like you can get in the water and swim in its waters that according to popular belief have healing powers for pains and disease.

Afterwards our break it will be time to return to the city of Iquitos.

* The order of some activities may vary due to operational or weather conditions.