Season: January 6th - March 31st
Capacity: 6 - 8 anglers
There are 7 different species
SPECKLED PEACOCK BASS
The largest cichla in the world, characterized by its aggressive nature and amazing look.
ORINOCO PEACOCK BASS
Very strong game fish reaching close to 15 pounds. Pound per pound stronger than its larger cousin the Speckled Peacock bass: the Orinoco Peacock bass inhabits the Orinoco and Rio Negro basins.
A perfectly designed sport fish, they have speed, power, stamina, jumping ability and the meanest set of teeth in the animal kingdom.
Caño Bocón is named after this species. Eagerly taking artificial lures and flies, Matrinxa are a perfect light tackle target.
Incredibly beautiful fish resembling super sardines and fighting similar to tarpon, these fish can grow to 25 pounds and are specially abundant in this section of the Guaviare River.
In the seed dispenser of the Orinoco river, these strong fish feed on fruits, seeds, nuts, fish, lizards, frogs and everything else they can get.
Characterized by its distinctive stripes, these fish readily take cut and live bait, and every now and then, flies and lures.
- Live with the Puinave Indians in a comfortable camp setup.
- Wake up to flocks of macaws over an absolutely perfect sunrise.
- Accompany our local guides on traditional hunts or gathering fruit and seeds from the jungle.
- Lets us show you what makes this part of the world so special.
The Amazon is the most biodiverse region in the planet. The entire river is a protected area with pristine rainforest. Expect to run into wildlife during your stay including many iconic species like the Amazon river dolphin, tarpirs, the green anaconda, giant otters, and the elusive jaguar.