Up and down the Amazon River our chances of spotting wildlife are endless. Tributaries and creeks allow us to discover a world like no other. As we explore them via skiffs, our drivers and local guides (with their eagle eyes) spot birds and other animals, which for the inexperienced would be a challenge.

We find small settlements along the riverbanks, mostly living off produce and what they catch in the river waters. Small dugout canoes are their means of transport. We all have an enormous responsibility to protect these reserves otherwise this paradise would disappear forever, the damage irreversible.