FIRST DAY: EXPERIENCES IN THE COMMUNITIES AND NATURE
IN THE PNRA.

05 days / 04 nights

It is located on the Amazonian slope of the Eastern Cordillera of the Andes, to the east
from the town of Huicungo, in the department of San Martín. It consists of a
extension of 274,520 hectares. Its main objective is to protect a sample
representative of the cloudy forests of the ceja de selva and high selva, which includes
various areas of endemism.
In addition, it protects the river basin that gives it its name, ensuring stability
water supply, and archaeological sites including Gran Pajatén and Los Pinchudos

06:00 AM

We left the district of Juanjui, province of Mariscal Cáceres, in the region of San
Martín, from the port of Antwerp, heading to the District of Huicungo, in which
The Abiseo River National Park is geographically located, the first
79 / 5.000 Resultados de traducción Resultado de traducción stop is made 45 minutes by boat until you reach the port of embarkation of
Huicungo where you will enjoy a delicious breakfast (approximately 35 minutes) then we continue along the river upstream for approximately 3 hours and a half.

07:00 AM

 We continue heading to the Churú Shiringal checkpoint (Abiseo River)

09:00 aM

Arrival at the Churú Shiringal checkpoint (Abiseo River).

09:30 aM

quebrada de churo

It is 3 minutes from the Churo checkpoint by boat, and it is 200 meters from the
itself, it is a stream with a tributary course to the Abiseo river, it is a place of
impressive singular beauty at 415 meters above sea level, it has 2 beautiful pools
divided by a rock that unites the walls of the Churo ravine, the
The first pool is funnel-shaped with a depth of 3 meters, the second
The pool is ovoid in shape and has a length of 10 meters to the jet.
main, the visitor will be able to observe a large school of bocachico, it is also a
Very appropriate place for diving and swimming. 

CASCADA TIMON

It is 300 meters from the Churo Shiringal checkpoint, approximately 5 min by boat
a moto, is located on the right bank of the Abiseo River, at an altitude of 400
m.s.n.m.
It comprises one of the attractions of the Río Abiseo National Park, it is a
Waterfall formed a waterfall from 10 to 20 meters high, opening
like a fan, with pure crystalline waters at any time of the
year, the intensity of the force of fall pulverizes the waters of the waterfalls of
easily accessible spray way to the cascading water fall, using the
mosses formed on the rock, very humid forest strata can be seen with
predominant compositions of shrubs of the genus inga, known as
bushillica, whose function is to protect the soil from erosion, the yacu sisa flower
aromatic ; the cat's claw forests stand out as landscape beauty, surrounded
of trees, likewise you can see fungi, lichens and algae on the
troncos del bosque y formaciones.

11:20 aM

Located on the left bank of the torrential Río Abiseo, the origin of the name is
given by the frequent sighting of the spectacled bear in this area. born of a
ravine formed by rock walls detaching in the form of a fall
of 18 meters, with a pool of 2 meters deep, which allows us to
enjoy its refreshing waters. It is at 400m.s.n.m, you get there first
furrowing the Abiseo river 15 minutes from the churo checkpoint and then a
10 minute walk.

01:00 PM

Lunch

02:00 PM

Heading to the Santa Rosa Town Center (Sanambo community).

05:30 PM

Llegada al Centro .Poblado Santa Rosa(Comunidad Sanambo) y recepción en el
“Albergue Charito”, rest and bathe in the Huayabamba river.

07:00 PM

Typical dinner, bonfire night, stories, myths, legends by the inhabitants.

10:00 pm

Rest at the Charito hostel.

SECOND DAY EXPERIENCE
OF COCOA

07:00 aM

Breakfast.

08:30 am

Departure from Santa Rosa to the community of Pucallpillo in a motor boat of 10
minutes by water, the counselor of the community of Pucallpillo receives us in
the port, and then take a 30-minute walk and visit the plots of
cocoa, to know the different varieties and also learn activities
daily activities of the inhabitants regarding the cultivation of cocoa, being its pruning, harvesting,
drying etc, visitors will be able to take many souvenir photos in the
activities carried out by the inhabitants. Return to the community of Pucallpillo.

12:30 pm

Lunch in the community of Pucallpillo.

02:00 pm

Visit to the family home to participate in the cocoa roasting process and
make different derivatives. Chocolate with corn flour, chocolate with flour
banana, chocolate with
cornmeal.

04:30 pm

Return by boat to the Charito tourist lodge.

07:00 pm

Dinner.

08:00 pm

Bonfire night with the participation of the residents of the community.

10:00 pm

 Lodging at the Charito hostel.

THIRD DAY: BEEKEEPING AND ARTISAN BREAD.

07:00 aM

Breakfast.

08:00 am

Visit to the beekeeping association.
These bees belong to the Meliponini tribe: "stingless bees", which inhabit
tropical and subtropical areas and are native to the American continent.
tetragonisca angustula forms hives and produces a high-quality honey that is
used by locals for food and medicinal purposes.
The counselors of the Sanambo community are the following: Oswaldo del
Castillo Vázquez y Clider Vázquez.

08:20 am

Explanation of the reproduction of bees (tetragonisca angustula)

09:00 Am

Explanation of the honey flowers and pollen found around the
cajas de las abejas.

 

10:00 Am

Harvesting honey from the remiche bee ( tetragonisca angustula )

12:30 pm

Lunch

02:00 pm

Experience of artisan bread and others in the community of Sanambo.
Directed by Mrs. Clara del Águila Aspajo.
ARTISAN BREAD, in its most basic modality, is made from
four ingredients: flour, water, salt and yeast. Sometimes the sourdough
dough is used instead of yeast.
YUCA STARCH ROQUITAS
1. Pour the cassava starch into a container, (cassava starch is the fine powder
obtained from the process of grinding the cassava.
2. Once we have the cassava powder we add the salt and the eggs , the
begin to join.
3. We pour the ricotta and continue kneading until we obtain a dough that
compacts.
4. Preheat the oven to 250º for about 10 minutes.
5 On a tray with waxed paper we place the dough that we have formed in the form of donuts, taking into account that we must moisten our hands
to prevent the dough from sticking to us.
6. Bake for a period of time approximately 15 minutes or until golden brown.
7. Serve once these are at room temperature

07:00 pm

Dinner.

10:00 pm

Lodging at the Charito hostel

FOURTH DAY: ARTISANAL FISHING AND GASTRONOMY

07:00 aM

Breakfast.

08:00 am

Exit to the Huayabamba river – fishing place (Golden Ball.) Fish that are found are: bocachico, mojarra, tarpon, dentex, maiden, zungaro, cunchi toad, pineapple
cunchi, toa, fazaco, macana, añashuwa, yullilla, black catfish, liza. Likewise with the appropriate tools, be it hooks and/or tarrafa.

08:00 am

11:30 pm

11:30 am

Heading to the Breo waterfall.-Located on the right bank of the Huayabamba river,
it has 4 falls in an extension of 140 meters, in the first phase the water falls on
a kind of rock bridge which presents a hole in the central part through
where the water runs, it is covered with trees and rocks giving an impressive view, near it a viewpoint (tambo) was built, to be able to take very good shots and filming, is 1 hour and a half by motor boat from Santa
Rosa (Sanambo community).
The Breo, ends in a natural pool, although it is not very wide, it allows
visitors to bathe and refresh. On the route you can see the Caja
Ñahui waterfall.

12:30 PM

Almuerzo box lunch.

03:00 pm

Return to Santa Rosa (Sanambo community) (Charito hostel)

07:00 pm

Participation in the preparation of fish on the sheet and roasted over charcoal

08:00 pm

Share dinner.

10:00 pm

Rest.

QUINTO DIA: CENTRO DE INTERPRETACIÓN DEL PARQUE NACIONAL DEL RÌO ABISEO

06:00 aM

Salida del centro poblado Santa Rosa(comunidad de Sanambo) en un bote por el rio Huayabamba al distrito de Huicungo en la ruta se observara hermosos paisajes además la flora y Fauna y tomar unas fotos espectaculares

08:00 am

Box lunch .

09:00 am

Arrival at the port of embarkation in the district of Huicungo.

10:00 Am

Entrance to the Interpretation Center of the Río Abiseo National Park. (district of
Huicungo).
The Interpretation Center of the Río Abiseo National Park offers visitors the possibility of knowing the natural and cultural riches that guards this
privileged conservation area: the Río Abiseo National Park (PNRA),
declared Natural and Cultural Patrimony of Humanity by UNESCO.
The Interpretation Center, located in the town of Huicungo, 30 minutes from
the city of Juanjui is an exhibition space where you will have the opportunity to discover and learn about the architectural constructions of Gran Pajatén and the
biodiversity that exists in the Park.

In this way, through different environments equipped with information panels,
photographs, graphics and illustrations, and with the accompaniment of a specialized
guide, a journey of an average duration of 1 hour and a half begins.
During the visit, you will contemplate about 20 different themes, such as
important samples of endemic fauna and flora, the conservation of
ecosystems, forests, waters, and archaeological sites within the
>PNRA, among others.
This place, therefore, will provide you with detailed information such as the
Yellow-tailed Woolly Monkey (Oreonax flavicauda), the most important endemic primate species in Peru , which does not live anywhere else in the world, and
which was one of the reasons why the protected area of the
Río Abiseo National Park was created.
You will also be able to discover a large number of other rare and endemic species that live in the park, such as the spectacled bear, giant armadillo, northern Andean deer, jaguar, primates and hundreds of bird species, not to mention more
than 5,000 registered plant species.
The Interpretation Center is ideal for family visits, since it also
contains elements of a playful nature to liven up the visit of children and young people,
presenting the contents in a way more motivating, thus facilitating the
learning process.
The Río Abiseo National Park Interpretation Center was inaugurated on February 14, 2008, with the aim of promoting research, education
environment and sustainable tourism, in order to contribute to the awareness and
conservation of the natural and cultural heritage of the Park.
After this visit, you will feel that you have a global vision of the Río Abiseo National Park, and you will be prepared to enter its depths and get the most
out of your trip.
Visiting the Río Abiseo National Park Interpretation Center is learning to
value the importance of its wonderful ecosystem and its archaeological relics
that live there, as patrimony of the nation.

11:30 am

El distrito de Huicungo acondiciona un local para difundir la riqueza del patrimonio
cultural y natural que encierra el Gran Pajatén, una de las maravillas culturales del
Perú, puesta en valor para su uso turístico y con fines de investigación.
El Gran Pajatén fue descubierto por el Juanjuino “Eduardo Peña Meza”, cuando
buscaba una vía de salida entre la selva y la costa, Llegó al complejo del Gran
Pajatén, desde ese hallazgo comunicó a diferentes autoridades y así se supo en
Juanjui, Trujillo, Lima, la existencia de esas ciudadela llamada Pajatèn, en honor a
este descubrimiento, el 5 de diciembre de 1932, Eduardo Peña Meza es
incorporado como socio correspondiente de la Sociedad Geográfica de Lima.
En 1985, un equipo dirigido por el departamento de antropología de la Universidad
de Colorado comenzó un importante proyecto de investigación en el Gran Pajatén
y sus alrededores en el Parque Nacional Río Abiseo. La expedición tuvo mucha
publicidad que condujo a nuevos debates de la apertura del sitio al turismo. Una
expedición televisiva peruana en 1990, despejó nuevamente la vegetación
protectora del sitio y dañó más las ruinas. Actualmente, existen planes para la
construcción de varias carreteras y la infraestructura turística en la región, pero
tampoco se han aplicado debido a la fragilidad de las ruinas, y el alto costo de la
conservación del sitio y reducir al mínimo los impactos turísticos en su integridad
arqueológica y el contexto ambiental.

01:00 PM

Lunch in the Huicungo district

02:00 pm

Return of Huicungo-Juanju

03:00 pm

Arrival to Juanjui

03:20 pm

Return of Juanjui to Tarapoto.

Feeding

BREAKFAST

Chocolate, fruit juice, coffee, scrambled eggs, cheese, tamales, humitas, artisan bread, cocoa jelly, jam, butter, fried plantains.

LUNCH

Inchicapi, chicken broth, regional chaufa,
chicken pickle, pandisho chili, tacacho with cecina and chorizo, juane de gallina, lomo saltado and food for vegetarians

DINNER

Coffee, scrambled eggs, cheese, tamales, humitas, artisan bread, cocoa jelly, jam, butter, fried plantains, breads.

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