Are 2 brothers, Alan and Pepe who were born and live in Pampa-Caño village. They are cocama-cocamilla indigenous descendants who have deep roots in the village. They offer a broad knowledge and appreciation of both the local culture as well as the biological attributes of the upper Amazon basin.
Offers specialized excursions for anyone wishing to experience as well as serious birdwatchers where you will see many species of birds that are in this area.
Professional fishermen will be taken to different lakes where you can catch fish such as a peacock bass or big piranhas, golden or tiger catfish, water monkey fish and arapaima gigas which is one of the biggest fish in the Amazon.
Is located near the village of Pampa-Caño approximately 116 kms (72.08 miles) west of Iquitos. Access is by road, Iquitos to Nauta, 1.5 hours and then by boat, Nauta to Amazon Antares Lodge, 1-2 hours. The lodge is located inside the creek of Pampa-Caño that takes the name of the village. It is a very unique environment as it has direct access to sections of the jungle with extensive fauna and flora which cannot be found in facilities closer to the city.