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Ayaymama Eco Lodge & Expeditions

WELCOME TO AYAYMAMA ECO LODGE & EXPEDITIONS! “A place where you are going to learn and discover The Amazon River and it’s culture”. Ayaymama Eco Lodge & Expeditions is an ecologically responsible tour company located approximately 116 kms (72.08 miles) from Iquitos in the upper region of the Amazon River. It is the only Tour Company operating in this area of the amazon where you are not going to see many tourists of another tour companies which makes it a very unique place to visit. we are the only company that really explore the Pacaya and Samiria National Reserve. This reserve is one of the biggest reserve in Peru. Our lodge offers Canopy walkway where you can see many species of birds, caiman, howler monkeys, pink dolphins, sloths, piranha,etc.

AYAYMAMA ECO LODGE & EXPEDITIONS provides a variety of services including custom expeditions, sport and extreme fishing, trekking, jungle survival and extended camping trips, bird watching and comfortable jungle lodging. We offer private guided tours lead by skilled and knowledgeable guides with access to a diverse variety of ecosystems such as high ground primary rainforest, seasonally flooded igapo forest, Amazon beaches and islands, black water lakes, palm swamps along with many ecosystems and National Reserves of Peru. Tell us what activities you are most interested in and we will help make your adventure come true

OUR MISSION

Ayaymama Eco lodge & Expeditions is more than just a tourism business. We aspire to offer the best tourism program in the Amazon basin as part of our greater mission to conserve the most biodiverse site yet studied by biologists, in collaboration with the nearby indigenous community. By traveling with us you help us to fund the goals of our mission: Providing a high quality experience to our tourist guests, by assigning private guides, native to the region, who are educated, professional and friendly, offering the greatest diversity of excursions found in the Amazon and customizing itineraries to the needs and interests of each visitor. Protecting the conservation area (Area de Conservacion Regional Comunal Pampa Caño) through political, economic, scientific and community initiatives. Being a vital member of the indigenous community by building, supporting and helping to staff the finest rural clinic in the Amazon basin, conducting educational programs and offering scholarships for the native children and supporting sustainable economic initiatives that bring wealth to the community. Supporting and conducting scientific investigations of plants, animals and ecosystems. Promoting scientific and conservation education through programs for interns, school groups, interested visitors and the community.

Ayaymama Eco Lodge & Expeditions operates in the Amazon Basin, on the Pampa Caño creek, which is a tributary of the Amazon River in Peru. Our mission includes protecting the Amazon Rainforest through providing education, healthcare and jobs for the native population to encourage respect for their homes. We also have supported multiple researchers in our lodge for long term studies of the Amazon Rainforest. By utilizing our services, you are helping to preserve the region for the future. We promote the sustainable development of the Peruvian Amazon Rainforest and River using ecotourism as a grassroots spearhead indicative in areas null of any outside influence or other travel companies.

AYAYMAMA ECO LODGE & EXPEDITIONS offers a variety of services such as : Serious bird watching, Extreme fishing, Jungle survival and Extended camping trips. We also operate in areas of high biodiversity and diverse ecosystems such as; high ground primary rainforest, seasonally flooded igapo forest, Amazon beaches and islands, black water lakes, palm swamps along with many eco-systems and National Reserves of Peru.

OUR ENVIRONMENTAL POLICY

We are a company that really practice composting, use of low emission motors and solar panels. We dont use the phrase " green" or "eco" because it sells. We have a waste management program and everything goes where it belongs or is reused accordingly.

We work with several native communities that our guests can visit. All the communities are very content with our visits. We pay each community on a monthly basis to protect their communal lands and keep out commercial hunters and lumber companies. Not only is their communal forest intact also they receive visits of international guests interested in purchasing handicrafts from the producers themselves.