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WILD LIFE EXPERIENCE TINGANA RESERVE

It was a cloudy day with a fresh breeze when we walked into the Tingana Reserve with our visitors Rupert and Herman who are from Germany.The Tingana Reserve is a conservation protection area of multi diverse flora and fauna which covers approximately 2,867.74 hectares of natural rainforest.Among the richness of the rainforest there is noticeable abundance of Aguaje (Mauritia Flexuosa) and Renaco (Ficus Sp).

From the first moment we felt welcomed and at home thanks to our local guide Juan Isuiza.  Juan holds a wealth of knowledge of the whole ecosystem and area. We experienced a special if not magical connection with this place that allowed us to plug in, daydream, and realize that conservation and ecotourism together are the right solution to keep our planet green and thriving. Given a fresh new awareness to what nature encompasses, it became clear that we as human beings play a vital role in maintaining the development and growth to keep this beautiful area thriving.
After enjoying a d…

WILD LIFE EXPERIENCIA ENLA RESERVA DE TINGANA

Chocolate experience with group 'Time Of Transition'

Experience our ancestral roots and Amazonian culture in the district of San Roque de Cumbaza.

Testimonial - Zoe Wiles UK- Visit to Chazuta, Cacao Island.

Testimonial - Laura Tonks- UK - natural paper, ceramics and chocolate workshops and culture museum in Chazuta.

Waterfall Toroyacu also known as 'Sunipicausani.'

Lamas History

Legends of the Amazon - ‘El Pongo de Aguirre'

COURSE: TRADITIONAL CERAMIC