Boats and equipment: iron boat 27 meters long and 3 feet wide with outboard engine of 115 HP. This boat is fully adapted to the rivers, we will be traveling along. There is a bathroom and shower, and can be used as roof terrace with good river views. Food cooked and served mainly in the boat, where tables and chairs available. Furthermore, hammocks can be hung on the boat for naps. Ancillary to and inclusive of aluminum with a 40 HP engine for exploring the narrow rivers and streams. There is also a GPS on board so that everyone knows exactly where we are at all times.
We have radio communication with the office in Puerto Ayacucho, and other stations in the event of an emergency. A satellite phone can be rented by passengers. At night we will use solar energy for lighting. We also have a small power plant to load baterías.Le guarantee drinking water throughout the trip. Ample and full meals are served with locally available products - fish, meat and fruit.
Details: We will be sailing from the port of Samariapo, which is just before the Rapids of Maipú. We will be traveling along the Orinoco River, visiting indigenous communities and spending the night in some of them, hang the hammocks in their homes. The guides will identify all the tributaries of the Orinoco and explain each and every detail is important ecological area for you.
Navigation is just only during the day and provided alternative activities and visits, and the exploration of smaller rivers, fishing and nature watching on the road. As the title of this trip, we will follow the route of the visit of Alexander von Humboldt in 1799, exploring the area that connects Casiquiare the Orinoco basin with the Amazon River. One of our goals is to get to the Triple Frontier where the borders of Brazil, Colombia and Venezuela met in the famous Rock Cocuy. During the trip we stop to visit scientific research stations and several religious missions. We will also have the opportunity to visit two settlements Yanomami who are outside the Reserve Biosfera.El two-hour flight back to Puerto Ayacucho, a Cessna is the opportunity to see the giant rock formation from Autana (Holy Mountain). The sleeping arrangements during the trip will be in hammocks with mosquito nets, usually in indigenous communities or other suitable places. If necessary, you can hang the hammocks in the drinking water barco.Nuestra forests will be taken from springs and then boiled. There will be bottled or canned soft drinks, concentrates, and fresh juices. Breakfasts and dinners will be big and served hot meals.
Comment: For the return trip by plane, the luggage should be limited to 20 kilos per person. There is a small bathroom on the boat, and a shower. They use the river water is pumped to fill a small tank. Due to weather conditions or the collective will of the group, the itinerary can be modified, but always ending on the date and place agreed. It is not allowed to collect plants, minerals or animals in the area. The collections are not permitted under our operating permits, and in addition, the law prohibits the removal of them.
Included: Flight from Caracas vuelta.Alojamiento round at the Grand Hotel Amazon Room doble.Todas meals and soft drinks. Bi lengua.Vuelo Guide to San Carlos de Rio Black to Puerto Ayacucho. All necessary transfers. Power plant for charging batteries for video cameras. Legal permits to visit the area.
Recommendations: No more than 20 kilos of luggage per person. Light clothing, swimsuit, boots, sandals and tennis shoes, rain coat or jacket. Medicines for personal use (headache, indigestion, etc.) Flashlight, pocket knife, hat, insect repellent, sunscreen, eye and photographic material sol.Binoculares enough.
The trip does not require special physical conditions.
Because water levels may only be made the journey from June to December.
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|Valid from||1st Nov 2009||Valid til||1st Nov 2019|
|Minimum days||1||Maximum days||1000|
|Min people||1||Max people||50|
|$113 Per person per day|