Asociación de Protección de Fauna y Flora protects the conservation area of the Cordillera Escalera, and work in coordination with the authorities and communities to improve local infrastructure.
Tour revenue supports APFF's efforts to find and implement sustainable economic alternatives to deforestation.
Any day by appointment
3 days/2 nights
1 to 5
Medium (2-5 miles/ 3-8 km walking distance, some physical effort)
Clothing & Equipment
Camera, Comfortable shoes for walking, Mosquito repellent, Long pants and shirt
Day 1 begins with a trek through the jungle, observing birds, trees, and medicinal plants along the way. Reward yourself at the end of your walk with a refreshing swim in the stunning Tamushal and Vestido de la Novia Waterfalls. Camp overnight in the heart of the Amazon rainforest. On Day 2, you'll have the opportunity to explore the Julian Pampa Waterfall. Wake up on Day 3 and walk to a nearby viewpoint to take in incredible views of the sunrise before heading back to Tarapoto. Food and overnight camp are included.
Inlet of the Rio Shilcayo, Tarapoto, Tarapoto, Peru
Take a motortaxi to la Plaza de Armas, to the inlet of the Rio Shilcayo.
To protect the conservation area of the Cordillera Escalera, and work in coordination with the authorities and communities to improve local infrastructure.
Park rangers’ livelihoods