We are proud to be a group of five scientists trying our best to help protect an incredible location while letting others visit and have an unforgettable trip. None of us have a background in business, and our genuine goal is to help this area live sustainably by providing jobs protecting the environment rather than exploiting it. Starting counterclockwise from the first row on the left:
Our founders share a love of animals, travel, and sharing and preserving this area of the beautiful Amazon. When you book an Amazon Rainforest vacation, you are helping preserve the area by providing work to the locals that steer them away from hunting and logging.
What better place than to learn about biology and ecosystems than in the middle of the Amazon Rainforest? Bring your class and/or group here to learn about biodiversity or macro photography. We welcome study abroad programs and provide special discounts for classes and groups.
They are welcome to learn and work in our special science classroom dedicated to our much-valued research mission. We also offer other special rooms made for students and volunteers, so that everyone can have a collective experience.
We are proud to have worked with San Juan de Yanayacu whom we collaborated with to create the Grand Amazon Lodge. They helped us create an environmentally-friendly lodge at an incredible location that is beneficial to the community and abundant with wildlife.
A member of the Tamshiyacu-Tahuayo Communal Reserve since its inception, San Juan de Yanayacu has continuously shown their devotion to protecting nature. We have had the pleasure of supplying them with medication, construction supplies, our support for environmental issues and transportation, and much more.
We hope to continue to support and collaborate with San Juan de Yanayacu to better both the community and the environment. Pictured is our first donation to San Juan de Yanayacu’s medical post. Abraham (to the right) is not only the village leader but is also the trained medical administrator.
We also work with the community to hire as many locals as possible so the community can see direct benefits of protecting the wonders of the Amazon.