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Canopy Walkway

Canopy Walkway


The Canopy Walkway is an experience unequaled in the rainforest! At a height of over 35 meters (115 feet) and extending for 500 meters (one-third of a mile), the Canopy Walkway provides a view of the rainforest from the treetops, the best vantage point for observing Amazon wildlife and vegetation. The Canopy Walkway is accessible to all and requires no special skills or equipment. The suspended walkway is spread between 14 of the area's largest rainforest trees and is one of the longest canopy walkways in the world.


Regularly maintained by Explorama Lodges for the exclusive use of its guests and scientists, the Canopy Walkway has extended research into an area where little is known and so much is left to be discovered.

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Excursions to the Canopy Walkway are included for guests staying at ExplorNapo Lodge and the ACTS Field Station. A Full Day expedition is also available to the Canopy Walkway for guests staying at Ceiba Tops or Explorama Lodge for two or more nights.

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Iquitos (Amazon River, Peru) was chosen as one of the top 10 cities in the world
to visit by the Lonely Planet Guide in 2011
2009 Winner of the Educational Travel Conference "Responsible Tourism Award"


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