Daily Expedition Reports
Nauta Creek & Casual Trail
  • Daily Expedition Reports
  • 13 Aug 2019

Nauta Creek & Casual Trail

  • Aboard the Delfin II
  • Amazon

This time of the year, the main and tributary rivers are lower, because precipitation rainfall is lower than normal, not just in the Amazon region but also in the Andes.

This big vast area received water from many different countries through tributaries of the Amazon region.

Both seasons are ideal to visit because you can see the same animals in different behavior stages throughout the year.

This time of the year, we had the formation of riverbanks. Lots and lots of birds, of many different kinds, come to catch fish. Meanwhile, turtles are nesting and Amazon lizards are sand bathing.

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