La Tingana Refugio Natural, Moyobamba

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  • For 220 soles per person (+ 100 soles of mobility: a bit pricey, but ago 50 minutes through small roads, so certainly the most convenient), we shipped to 14 direction the Reserva of Tingana overnight 15 h. We were warmly greeted by Juan & Anderson. Guides and guests really happy to share with us their knowledge. The first day, we made the tour of a finca (organic coffee crops, trees to lawyers, papayas, orchideees...) and conducted a first ride in a lancha to discover nocturnal wildlife. The next day, we went in lancha and had the chance to see several species of monkeys and birds. Guides really enjoy make us discover the reserve, and do not look at the time. The balandes of respectiviement 2 h and 3 h were all two times almost ' one more hour. It is a relatively expensive activity, but honestly this is a good investment. Housing and food, it's pretty simple. But more than adequate. The reserve has two bungalows, this leaves tourism "privileged". In our case, we have carried out activities on the first day with another couple, and were only on the second day.
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  • This is an experience that should definitely live if they go to the Department of San Martin. I have visited the jungle before, but this was a totally different experience. You will meet very friendly and committed to the preservation of the forest, eat delicious and natural, and you'll see the jungle and its animals day and night. The Lords Willy, Anderson and John, and the Lady Bechi are very nice people and will make your stay in Tingana a great experience. To reach Tingana you must make a small trip ashore to a port and then navigate the Mayo River and river Avisado until you reach the community. Once you arrive you'll have a breakfast and then come out to browse the Avisado River to see the flora and fauna of the place. After lunch there is a walk for orchards in which you will see different types of plants, and even an orquideareo and a Kennel of bees meloponicas. And in the evening there is also an evening stroll to see other types of animals. These tours are excellent because the Lords clarify all the doubts you may have and do not have an exact duration. The best is that upon returning from the trip you get a few fishing rods so you hunt the fish that then you almorzarás. As for the food, this is delicious. Everything is prepared with things that they produce, completely natural and organic. And if they wonder what is the best time to go, because it can be anyone. Each time different time things. When there are rains (December to March), the river increases its flow and animals climbing trees, so you see many of them. And the rest of the year, when there is no rain and the river is low, it is possible to get to walk through the jungle and not only go in boats. Both are great experiences. TOTALLY RECOMMENDED!
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  • It was one of the most beautiful experiences I've ever had. The Tingana is a partnership led by the Isuiza family. I went with my boyfriend to a tour of two days and one night. The visit includes two breakfasts, a lunch and a dinner. Activities include a day journey by river Avisado within the reserve. At the time of return teach you to fish and these fish will eat them for lunch. A walk to the estate of Mr. John Isuiza is then performed. In the night is an evening stroll by the river Avisado. Something worth mentioning is the conscientious that this family is with respect to conservation. They have very clear that what is done today has an impact in the future. When you tell them the story of Tingana and their plans for the future, you'll understand what I mean. THEY HAVE TO VISIT THIS PLACE IF OR IF. SO DIRECT CONNECTION WITH NATURE AND GET TO KNOW THIS FAMILY WAS A VERY REWARDING EXPERIENCE. I will now describe the experience: we picked up at 5.30 am from our hotel and took us to a port. In that port we collected the Isuiza Mr Anderson and Willy. It is a super person kind and with all the available help and talk. The trip to the reserve was 30 min. Upon arrival took us to our room which was a bungalow for a capacity of 6 people. Meals are in charge of Lady Bechi.Su food is delicious! All the food is prepared with the products that they produce as tubers, vegetables, eggs and meat (chicken and fish). In the afternoon we make a walk to the estate of Mr. John. His spouse, Lady Bechi, took us the tour. It was one of the most incredible moments for everything we learned: the harvest of organic products. Also, they showed us the raising of bees meloponicas (without sting) which produce little honey but it is one of the most delicious honeys! Ask them to explain them on them the farm sustainability plans. They will stay with their mouths open. On the night tour, we walk through the river Avisado again. It was incredible! Everything was dark and was poetry appreciate more clearly the sound of nature. We saw a lazy bear, an Otter and several birds. Mr. John is super friendly and has many shinto rias by count. He was the pioneer of this our. It was a pleasure to talk to him! The next day, after breakfast, we returned to port and then return to Moyobamba. Definitely think again! The date of visit can be at any time of the year!
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