"Muyuna Lodge" Isla Indio del Perù by GrumpyDiver

Isla Indio del Perù Travel Guide: 1 reviews and 41 photos

Introduction

A shot from a boat on the Yanuyacu River showing the dock ant the some of the buildings at Muyuna Lodge. This is an rainforest lodge on a tributary of the Amazon River about 3 hours upstream from Iquitos, Peru.

A simple place - no electricty, limited running water set in the middle of the Amazon Rainforest,

Pygmy Marmosets

Some of the locals - Pygmy marmosets or pygmy monkeys sitting way up in a tree well away from us.

Strangler Vine

Strangler vines are parasites. They wrap themselves around trees and eventually end up killing their host. When that happens, this is all that is left

  • Last visit to Isla Indio del Perù: Aug 2005
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