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A unique experience you will never forget!

Victoria’s Lagoons Discovery
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Punga Tours is an association
that will offer you the
authentic experience of the
Amazonia rain forest.
Based on the Puynawa River,
an affluent of the Amazone
River, the Victoria village is
the perfect starting point to
start exploring the Pacaya
Samira National Reserve.
The team, composed of
natives of the Kokamas – a
local ethnic group – will take
you to the Punga Lagoons:
34 lagoons in the heart of the
tropical rain forest, where the
beauty of the wildlife is
breathtaking.
You will have a chance to enjoy
a truly initiatory journey,
guided by a passionate,
devoted and caring team. 
This certainly is a rare
opportunity to visit the
Amazonia and build
memories you will not forget
before long.

Discovery Program
3 days, 2 nights in the rain forest
+ 2 nights in the village
400 soles (tax no included*) /
person
Upon your arrival at the Victoria village, you
will be welcomed at the port. You will spend
the night in the traditional guest house, called
maloca, by the bridge of the river Puynawa.
You will depart to the rain forest the next day.

Victoria’s Lagoons Discovery!
Day 1
Depending on the season
(and on the rain) – hence on
the water level, you will
either cross the first lagoon
by foot (2 hours) or by boat
(a peque – peque).

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For example, in order to
protect a particularly rare
turtle, they created a
protected beach for them to
reproduce.
Lunch and relaxation at the
camp.

Arrival at the camp by midday.

Discovering of the local
activities.

The camp (Manejo) is run by
locals from Voctoria village.
They are in charge of the
surveillance of the
development of the activities
on the Punga lagoons.

At the end of the afternoon,
the team will take you to the
next lagoon (lagoon Lupuna)
to watch dauphins and
Bufféos. If you are lucky
enough, you may even see
some lobos marinos (some
kind of large otters).

They are responsible for the
protection of the wildlife
(including preservation of
When it gets darker, after
species) and the supervision diner, you will enjoy nigh
of fishing. They organise the observation of crocodiles.
local traditions.

The Victoria village, contact in Pucallpa: Helene (0051) 998 771 915 - helenesanier@gmail.com

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Victoria’s Lagoons Discovery!

Day 2
Breakfast at the camp.
Departure to discover the birds
wildlife, up to the Lagoon los
Aguajales (depending on the
season). On the way there, you
will learn about the history of the
lagoons and Victoria village (early
20th Century), and the rubber
production (Shiringa).

the spirits of the plants and
fantasy animals, such as Sirens,
Chuyachaqui, Mayantu…
Day 3
Breakfast at the camp.

You will swim in the Shiringa
waters and go back to the camp
to cook lunch (Sudado de piranha).

Discovering of new lagoons and
floating islands. You will be
surprised to see how the wildlife
takes control over the waterworld! If you like, you may swim
in the Quinilla or Lupuna
lagoons.

Rest at the camp.

Lunch at the camp.

At the end of the afternoon, you
will continue watching more
wildlife.

Return to the Victoria village
before it gets dark (approx. 4
hours by canoe, peque-peque and
walk)

Second night at the camp.
You will be told the myths and
legends of the rainforest, discover

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The following
days, in the village,
are not covered.
However, with
financial
compensation, you
may of course stay
longer in the
village and discover
the local activities,
such as fishing,
chacra (plantain
banana), papaya,
manioc, corn, and
fruit trees.
You may also meet
with the village
curandero (plant
healer), and learn
more about
medicinal plants.

Night at La Victoria.

The Victoria village, contact in Pucallpa: Helene (0051) 998 771 915 - helenesanier@gmail.com

Victoria’s Lagoons Discovery
What is covered in the program:
- Welcoming at the Victoria village
- Night and food the first day at the village
- Spanish speaking Guides
- Accommodation (2 nights) and food (3 days) in the
rain forest
- All canoes rides
- Night excursion to go and see crocodiles
- Accommodation and diner the 3rd night, in the
village
What is not included:
- Boat trip (Lancha) from Iquitos to Victoria or from
Pucallpa to Victoria (approx 2 to 3 days): 100 soles
return ticket per person
- Ticket to the reserve (80 soles per person)
- Personal expenses such as alcohol, etc

The Victo
ria village
,
contact in
Pucallpa:
Helene (0
051) 998 7
71 9
helenesan
ier@gmail 15 .com

https://www.facebook.com/VictoriasLagunasDiscovery

January 2015


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