Cost: 20 Sol Things to take: Plate (Tupperware with locking lid) and spoon (your ticket includes a meal) Hammock Warm blanket for night Arrive for departure about an hour early for a good hammock spot and plan on the one-way trip taking 12 hours or more. Most people go to Lagunas, Peru to visit the … Continue reading Yurimaguas, Peru to Lagunas, Peru by boat.
Price: 15-20 Sol (for single) Location: on the river behind Parque Central (walk down the stairs.) Yurimaguas, Peru. This hostel is probably the quietest one you will find in Yurimaguas. Good location near the central park, markets and restaurants. The locks on the door are rather flimsy, but the people seem honest that run this … Continue reading “Yacuruna” Alojamiento Rural (Yurimaguas)
I was sitting on the uneven wooden deck of my hostel and I caught a glimpse of this raft floating by on the Huallaga River in Yurimaguas, Peru. I thought, “Now that is what adventure is all about.” You could actually float through the Amazon jungle and into the Atlantic Ocean. I would suppose it … Continue reading True adventure could be on a homemade raft.
Most people travel to Lagunas, Peru to explore the Pacaya-Samiria National Reserve. You can arrange with a tour guide in Yurimaguas, Peru for a guide to take you out into the jungle. Most people that I have talked to that have explored the Pacaya-Samiria National Reserve would recommend a 12-day trip. The park gets a … Continue reading Lagunas, Peru.
Yurimaguas, Peru has everything you could want in a jungle town. Whether it is a seatless toilet hotel, ugly hookers, endangered species for sale in the street markets, cheap street chow or plenty of loud moto-taxis for hire. Yurimaguas offers all that and more! But seriously… I believe you could find a hotel that offered … Continue reading Yurimaguas, Peru.