Tapiche Reserve
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FlightDelayed
DC82 bidrag
apr. 2022
Amazing place. What one man - Murilo Reis - has achieved in protecting this sizeable area of Amazonian jungle is just inceredible. He and his partner, Deborah Chen, and his wife, Jana, have given their all to this project and it shows. The forrest is in great condition and filled with wildlife. Visiting is truly a privilege; we are grateful that this reserve is open to visitors. We had no issues with the rustic conditions as we've been to deep Amazon lodges before and also because we read the info on the website and knew what to expect. The rooms were clean and comfortable though as the website makes clear, very basic. The food was healthy and enjoyable but obviously nothing fancy. Tapiche is 400 km from Iquitos and about 4 hrs by boat from the nearest town, has little electricity, so obviously food choices are limited. However, they ask about preferences and do all they can to accomodate preferences, dislikes, and allergies

Big word of advice: DO NOT VISIT WITHOUT QUALITY BINOCULARS. The main attraction is wildlife. Even the larger animals are high in trees or dense vegetation and you won't see them well without binoculars. If you have problems viewing wildllife because you didn't bring binoculars, that's on you.

Choose the timing of your visit carefully. In the rainy season (which varies, but generally January - May), everything is completely flooded. You can only get around by boat which makes it somewhat more difficult to find and see some species. OTOH, there are some great species that can be seen only in the rainy season. It is a trade-off. Generally, if you are not a birder, you would be best off visiting in the dry season, even though it is hotter.

We chose the wet season on purpose, as there were birds we wanted to see that are generally seen only during the wet season. We fully intend to return during the dry season.

We visited for three days, plus the full-day's boat ride in; during the ride we slowed or stopped for sloths, pink dolphins, numerous birds. On each of the three days, we had many special sightings of species such as bald uakaris, sakis, and giant river otter. I won't list the many bird species we saw; I'll save that for a trip report to be posted on a birding website. Suffice to say that this is a birder's heaven.

One other word of advice - you are traveling by open boat for about half the trip. If it rains, everything gets soaked. Carry large, heavy-guage trash bags with you and put your bags in those trash bags before getting into the boat.

We have travelled all over the world, mostly for birding, and often in very basic conditions and this experience was among the top 3, but what really made it special was knowing that the fees we paid would go directly to protecting this amazing place. I would gladly have paid more - and in fact, we have done just that! As soon as we got home, we wired a donation and will send more when we can. I strongly urge all visitors to add a donation on top of the fee to help Murilo keep Tapiche going.
Skrevet 12. april 2022
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Ramon Z
3 bidrag
mar. 2022 • Par
Es sind echt besondere Menschen, die mit voller Überzeugung an das Glauben was sie machen. Wir waren mittlerweile schon oft in verschiedenen Jungle mit Guide unterwegs, doch diese hier sind die kompetentesten die wir begleiten durften. Richtig gute Arbeit Jungs und Mädels!
Skrevet 28. mars 2022
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Lauriane
1 bidrag
okt. 2021 • Par
La réserve Tapiche c'est au départ, un homme qui a tout sacrifié pour protéger la faune et la flore d'une "petite" portion de forêt Amazonienne de 18 000 hectares. Et c'est un franc succès !
Alors oui le trajet est un peu plus long et le prix un peu plus élevé que d'autres options à Iquitos, mais je vous recommande très fortement ! Tout d'abord une vie sauvage abondante grâce au travail de préservation effectué dans la réserve, découverte grâce à Mujilo, propriétaire et guide, qui connaît très bien sa forêt et surtout les animaux, en plus de parler 5 langues couramment et d'être très sympathique !
Au programme randonnées dans la forêt le matin (ou parfois plus) et bateau l'après-midi, en saison sèche. Vous en aurez pour votre argent : nous avons vu 8 espèces de singes différentes (il y en a 12 dans la réserve en tout) et plein d'autres animaux (oiseaux mais aussi Caïmans, serpent...)
Ici pas question de capturer des animaux pour des photos ou de pourchasser à n'en plus finir des signes terrifiés : le maître mot est le respect du règne animal.
Pour ce qui est du reste de l'équipe, nous avons peu vu Janna, qui semble également très sympathique. Deborah, avec qui nous avons échangé par mail, était très réactive (réservation 2 jours avant le départ) et efficace.
Sur place, 4 employés issus des villages alentours, dont Gloria cuisinière de talent et Reno, apprenti guide déjà talentueux.

Enfin, sachez que tout l'argent dépensé ici ira au maintien de la réserve, où toute l'équipe tente tant bien que mal de faire respecter l'interdit de chasse et déforestation dans la zone, qui décime la forêt amazonienne ailleurs.

En bref, une super expérience, que nous renouvellerons si nous le pouvons, foncez !

N. B. : gardez en tête que c'est la jungle, il fait chaud et humide, il peut pleuvoir des trombes d'eau, il y a évidemment beaucoup de moustiques. Rien d insurmontable évidemment mais prévoir : vêtements amples à manches longues avec rechanges, répulsif, crème solaire, k-way ou mieux poncho, protection anti pluie pour matériel électronique etc.
Skrevet 26. oktober 2021
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Ruth B
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sep. 2021 • Alene
La reserva Tapiche es lo más cerca que se puede estar del paraíso. Aquí tienes la oportunidad de entender la situación actual de la selva amazonica, sus amenazas y su inmenso potencial. Es conmovedor ver cómo sigue dándonos todo a pesar de como la tratamos. Ha sido un honor visitar la reserva y poder colaborar a que siga en marcha. Una experiencia única de contacto con la naturaleza en su estado más puro. Muchas gracias al equipo y colaboradores que lo hacen posible.

Skrevet 14. oktober 2021
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pf.nikolai
München, Tyskland14 bidrag
mai 2021 • Par
Wir haben 5 Tage und 4 Nächte im Tapiche Reserve verbracht und die Entscheidung für diese Organisation in keiner Sekunde bereut.

Gesucht?

Eine Organisation, welche Tiere mit Respekt behandelt und sie nicht in ihrer natürlichen Umgebung stört.
Ebenso sollten Tiere nicht angelockt oder Begegnungen unter anderweitig künstlich hergestellten Situationen garantiert werden.
Tiere anfassen? No-Go!

Gefunden!

Das Tapiche Reserve als Einzelkämpfer.

Murilo, Jana und ihr Team stecken unglaublich viel Herzblut in ihre wichtige und unverzichtbare Mission, den Regenwald und die darin lebenden Tiere nachhaltig zu schützen.
Hierfür sensibilisieren sie Touristen wie auch die umliegende Bevölkerung und geben ihr umfangreiches Wissen verständlich weiter.

Wir hatten atemberaubende Begegnungen mit unzähligen und seltenen Tieren und durften den Amazonas-Regenwald in seiner natürlichsten Form bestaunen.

Die Unterkunft ist sauber, nicht beengend und bietet private Toiletten und Duschen.
Die Betten sind bequem und allesamt mit dichten Moskitonetzen ausgestattet.
Die Küche war abwechslungsreich, reichhaltig und super lecker.

Vielen, vielen Dank für diese einzigartige und unvergessliche Erfahrung, die wir mit tollen Menschen erleben und teilen durften! :))
Skrevet 9. mai 2021
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Alessio S
2 bidrag
mai 2021
Wir haben 5 Tage und 4 Nächte im Tapiche Reserve verbracht. Seit März 2020 waren wir die ersten Gäste (COVID-bedingt). Diese 5 Tage waren das bisherige Highlight unserer 5-monatigen Reise. Murillo, Jana und Sigundo sind sehr liebevolle, sympathische, kompetent und stets bemüht, dass wir den Aufenthalt in vollen Zügen geniessen konnten.

Nie hatten wir die Natur so erlebt und so viele verschiedene Tiere gesehen wie innerhalb dieser 5 Tage in diesem Reserve. Darunter x-verschiedene Affen insbesondere den sehr seltenen Uakari, Nachtaffen, Titi-Affen, Pygmy Marmoset (kleinster Affe der Welt) und Sakis (Mönchsaffe). Zudem sahen wir an zwei verschiedenen Tagen Giant Otters, das als seltenstes Tier im Regenwald gilt. Neben zahlreichen Aras und Tukanen sahen wir x-verschiedene bunte Vögel.
Während der ganzen Reise wurden wir von Fluss-Delfinen begleitet.

Beim Tapiche Reserve werden die Tiere beobachtet und nicht verfolgt oder künstlich angelockt! Dadurch sieht man die wahre Natur wie sie leibt und lebt.

Wer also die Natur liebt und den Regenwald einmal so richtig erleben möchte und helfen möchte diesen zu erhalten ist beim Tapiche Reserve genau am richtigen Ort. Es ist wirklich ein absolut einmaliges und unvergessliches Erlebnis! Dieser Trip ist ein MUST-DO in Peru!
Skrevet 7. mai 2021
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chrisNZ
Hamilton, New Zealand14 bidrag
nov. 2019
One of the craziest adventures I have been on. My partner and I are from New Zealand and went to Tapiche reserve at the beginning of November 2019 (beginning of the wet season- we would have limited access to swamp areas but other areas would open up). We flew out of Auckland 6pm 1/11/2019 NZ time and arrived in Iquitos 11pm 1/11/2019 local time! We were picked up at the airport by the pre arranged private transport by Tapiche Reserve. We spent 2/11/2019 buying supplies for the tour to start on 3/11/2019.

We met a tour guide from another company while exploring Iquitos, who tried to sell us a tour of the amazon, we advised we had already booked with Tapiche, he replied that we would see a lot, he had nothing but high remarks of Tapiche Reserve.

Transportation entails a public 2 hour bus and 4hour hour speed boat ride to the last town ( where you have lunch and we were served this very nice honey water) nearest the reserve, followed by a 5 hour private speed boat ride. We went on a 3 night/ 4 day private tour, of which a total of 2 days were sadly dedicated transit. When we arrived we wished we could have gone for longer! Unfortunately due to travel constraints we could only do the 3 night tour, it was worth the travel. The lodge is very rustic; village huts which makes this unique and authentic. It was comfortable enough to sleep on the beds especially with the long days of adventuring. We were able to charge our cameras easily.

Their permanent staff is :
Patricia (operates the backpackers in Iquitos) - very warm and welcoming. Informative especially when she gives you the details on the transport to the reserve, she even made us a traditional breakfast on departure day. She can give good local information on shops for example mobile phone card shops that work well in Iquitos.

Deborah (works from the US who deals with bookings and operations)- Quick to reply and informative. Very hard working and can make things happen! We very much appreciate her efforts for the planning and during the end of our trip.

Katoo (founder/owner/operator/guide)- Fascinating person, with many stories. Expert in the jungle. Please follow his instructions and leads to have the best experience. Very friendly, funny and open. Make sure you ask him as many questions as possible and inform him on what you want to see and visit during your stay. He even made us a sound recording of the sounds we heard in the jungle. We were luckily to have Katoo on both days, possibly due to booking the private tour.

Verdi (chef),- excellent cook, we enjoyed each meal. She made a lot of different quality food!

Guides:
Jose - We meet at Requena, he spoke little English but was very friendly and was . We had a good conversation at the restaurant with the help of Google translate. We even met his family! We didn't know much Español which is our fault, but the transport and hiking went well and he would pro actively show us the environment eg. Spotting out dolphins, monkeys and birds . Very knowable of the environment and good leadership. He is from the area so this is his backyard,. He is talented with taking images with the combination of mobile a phone and binoculars.

Segundo-
We had Segundo on the second full day hike and transport back. He spoke 0 English and we speak no Spanish (We were in his country so should have learnt Español ). He did initiate great service by trying to enhance the trip eg. Helping us see better from different advantage points and giving us pointers on how to use the binoculars. Friendly , expert in the jungle. He has the natural expert ability to track wildlife as he is from the area. There was a lot of charades, nodding and shaking of the head. Very hard worker to upkeep the service Tapiche operates.

The mornings began with breakfast at 5am, leaving at 6am for a 7 hour hike and then a 3 hour boat ride at 3pm. We booked a private tour but expected other tourists at the lodge. Surprisingly we had the entire lodge to our self's from the Sunday until 4 friendly German backpackers arrived on the Tuesday night. The breakfasts, lunches and dinners are the open parts to communicate with all staff and other clients. Definitely be proactive as you will learn a lot. Our lodge had a private bathroom with running cold water. The food was good! Processed ingredients were almost always non existent. We had a mix of known and local food with hints of Mexican and Incan food ideas especially with the hard corn. During the nights you could spend hours just listening to the sounds and guessing what they were coming from.
During those 2 full days in the reserve, we witnessed many various types of monkeys in close proximity (10-50m away). The list includes the Woolly monkey, Squirrel monkey, Tamarin, Brown Fronted Capuchin, Red Howler, Red Uakari, Pigmy Mimisota, White Fronted Capuchin (potentially new species or sub species in the world). Other interesting sights include:
Endless beautiful birds such as Parrots, Eagle's, Woodpeckers, Kingfishers, Toucans, Owls, Herons and Falcons. Caimans, Pink Toed Tarantula, Viper snake, Gian Cane Toad, Centipedes and also 15 dolphins(grey and pink species)! 3 Toed Sloths and butterfly's including the Tiger. Different species of turtles, huge Bullet Ants, Fishing bats and fresh Jaguar foot prints. We heard a large pack of boar maybe 100m away and boy did they leave a stench. the main ingredient to Ayuwaska nicknamed the cannon ball fruit ( monkeys take it to cleanse their bodies, not sure how they would react on it).
We saw how nature can recover when there isn't any human interference and impacts. We witnessed many symbiotic relationships. Whether it was Katoo providing the reserve with protection and in return the nature would provide clients or with ants and the trees. The tree would provide the ants with nutrients and a home, in return the ants would make sure that the tree didn't have to compete with other trees and plants.
Imagine what else we would've witnessed with an extra day :D We witnessed much much than what was describe or even captured.

Tapiche reserve has a small group of knowledgeable hard working individuals in the common goal to protect, preserve and grow the reserve. Their operation is exceptional. We were comfortable and their service helped the experience even with our limited Español.

We will hopefully return in the next 6 years!

Our YT video is titled "Tapiche Reserve - Amazon Adventure Iquitos Peru".

Insta is "djzecarri " for more images.
Skrevet 27. april 2020
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Thank you for your visit, for taking such care and time to write a detailed, thoughtful review, and for sharing photos and videos of your experience. I will pass along your compliments to our staff, who will be happy to know that you enjoyed and appreciated their work. We're glad you felt the journey was worth it, even with your limited time schedule, and we appreciate your willingness to travel for the experience. The remote location away from human development has been an important factor in helping to protect the forest and animals, even though it means a longer transfer for visitors to and from the lodge. We do our best to provide solid infrastructure and a foundation from which each person can make a personal connection to nature, and it means so much to us that you felt comfortable and wanted to stay longer. Thanks to the generous donations of friends and supporters, we've continued our conservation work during the pandemic even though our tourism operations have been suspended since March, and we look forward to re-opening to visitors as soon as conditions allow. We would love to see you back at the reserve in the future, perhaps for a longer stay the next time!
Skrevet 30. september 2020
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learningtocrawl
Roma, Italia20 bidrag
feb. 2020
I was there February 2020 for a 5days 4nights stay, attracted by the conservative project in itself, by the general attitude expressed by their site and by the remoteness of the location, of course. It was a formidable experience, raw and passionate; what they really offer is all the time you need to get in deep connection with the jungle. I really appreciated it: you are there for the wild and you get it. No fancy indoor policy, all about the outdoor, a continuous drifting through breathtaking scenaries, lagoons, affluents, forest, river banks. That moment when we exited the intricate flow of a small river to enter a clearing full of great white herons, or when we stood still sitting on the floor of the forest while a curious monkey came closer and closer to have a better look at us, or the pack of capibaras hiding and running on the bank, but you spot countless activities out there, going undisturbed and free as it should be: sloths and monkeys on the trees, hundreds of birds, caymans and dolphins gently patroling the river. It felt like the more open you were, more generously nature responded. I admire the people who defend and nourish this place. José, Segundo, Gabriela and captain Katoo, who gets goosebumps when a parrot sings and is moody and alive, and turns off the engine of the boat to let us drift under millions of stars. It felt real and abundant, didn't need anything else, at the end of every day I was happily exhausted. And folks, mosquitos were really no big deal. So in the end, everyone has a role in a touristic transaction, and you can focus on improving this and that excetera to answer a wider demand of comfort, but you must realize that what is on offer is priceless. It is an exceptional chance. This project is special and there were many moments I felt at home, because undoubtely this is driven by heart. Ciao and thank you.
Skrevet 6. mars 2020
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Hello and thank you so much for your support and your touching review. We can feel the heart in your writing and are honored and humbled that you could feel the heart in our work. We so appreciate that you understood the real focus of the experience as being about connection to nature; we really try to provide the structure and foundation for visitors to connect as purely and as personally as possible, without distractions. A lot of it is up to each individual's mindset and willingness to be open to the experience, and we are so happy to know that it was a good experience for you. Thank you again for your visit, your support, and for approaching the jungle with an open heart and mind.
Skrevet 30. september 2020
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ooccooccoo
Trujillo, Peru5 bidrag
jan. 2020
I first went to Tapiche Reserve in 2011 on my first trip to Peru and Latin America in general. By total chance I ended up being the very first guest to walk through the door at the newly opened Green Track Hostel in Iquitos, a city in the middle of the northern Peruvian Amazon only accessible by plane or boat. Here I met the owner, Murilo, who told me he had just acquired a large part of the rain forest which he had turned in to a reserve, kicking out illegal loggers and hunters. He asked me if I would like to go and said that I would be the very first group to go there. It sounded pretty interesting and I was keen to see the Amazon so off we went, myself, him, two Irish guys and a Swiss girl. It was a gruelling 12 hours or so by boat to get there in full sun and later intense rain.

In hindsight, we didn't really see that much, a few species of birds and one species of monkey. I was just happy to be in the jungle. Murilo said he was surprised that I came back (with my mum!)!

The second visit (January 2020) was a different story and shows just how quickly the Amazon and nature in general can recover with a good conservation effort. The people at Tapiche have been working hard to keep hunters and loggers off the land but also offering them jobs where possible as guides or building the lodge to try and show them there is another way. They also had a much faster (and more comfortable!) boat and we got there in less than 10 hours :D

This time we saw so much more, it's hard to believe I was in the same place. High lights were 7 or 8, maybe more, different species of monkey, pink and grey dolphins, countless different birds and (my new favourite animal) giant Amazonian otters.

Goes without saying that if anyone wants to see virgin rain forest (sadly becoming a rare thing) and the creatures that inhabit it then get in touch with Tapiche.

Also want to add that I believe you can volunteer there too, they have a programme where they collect turtle eggs to stop them getting poached and sold for food. Turtles get incubated and released when they're big enough. Get in touch with them for better info on volunteer opportunities.
Skrevet 15. februar 2020
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Thank you so much for taking a chance on us at the very beginning and for coming back to support us again so many years later! We're honored that we could share our conservation progress with you and happy that you and your mom got to see and experience the results of our work. It truly is inspiring to see how robust nature can be if just given a little peace and quiet to do what it's meant to do. And yes, our turtle rescue project is growing every year, and, thanks to the generous donations of our friends and supporters, we've been able to continue our conservation work during the pandemic despite not having income. We are working hard towards re-opening to both visitors and volunteers and are doing what we can to keep the forest and animals protected in the meantime. Thank you again for your longtime support!
Skrevet 30. september 2020
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Emma
1 bidrag
sep. 2019
I thoroughly enjoyed my stay at the Tapiche reserve, but it is not for everyone because it's very basic. The adventure really began in the Green Track Hostel in Iquitos where Patricia explained every detail we needed to know; not to mention providing us with a great breakfast, storage space for our bags while we were away and good local recommendations for places to eat.

The Tapiche Reserve is very basic and rustic and there are not ‘mod cons’ and wifi! That said there are naturally warm showers, mosquito nets, wild animals, amazing noises, fantastic plants, colourful birds, fabulous staff and good hearty food (and lots of it). The journey to Tapiche from Iquitos is long and involves a bus, a public river taxi and the private Tapiche Reserve speedboat. The whole trip gives a voyeuristic view into some of Peru’s remotest communities and river life. The days spent at the reserve started early with breakfast at 5.30am, but the reward was being led through the Rainforest by knowledgeable, friendly and experienced guides. We stopped often to watch and listen and again were rewarded by sightings of numerous primates, birds, river dolphins, insects, sloths and snakes to mention just a few. The highlight for me was the trip to the lagoon and a view from the top of the tower (built as a local community project and not for those with vertigo!): how fabulous to be at the height of the rainforest canopy (climbing up is optional). The lagoon was bursting with bird life and plenty of camen.

Go with an open mind and hopefully it will be filled by new perspectives on what’s really important………. All the staff were equally amazing, passionate and committed to the work of the project.
Skrevet 31. oktober 2019
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Thank you for your visit and for your review. It was such a pleasure to have your family with us at the reserve! It means a lot to us that you chose to spend some of your family vacation time at our lodge. We loved seeing how each of the kids responded and interacted with nature. It's incredibly rewarding for us to witness those moments when visitors really connect and feel something visceral as a result of their exposure to the animals and nature. Perhaps this visit has even helped to spark the kids' interest in nature studies, if not at least an increased understanding and appreciation of the world's ecosystems. We believe in cultivating interest and respect for nature at any age, but it feels particularly salient for our world's youth and the generations that will steward the earth after us. Thank you again for adventuring out our way! Sending you big hugs and jungle love!
Skrevet 26. desember 2019
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