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Música en vivo desde el Centro de Convenciones del Pardo. Iquitos-Perú
Estos Icaros (cantos) fueron registrados en la Amazonia Peruana, a 50 kilometros de la ciudad de Iquitos, Perú, durante ceremonias de tomas de Ayahuasca o jagé. These Icaros (songs) were recorded in the Peruvian Amazon, 50 kilometers from the city of Iquitos, Peru, during Ayahuasca ceremonies or Jage shots. Interprete: Dony Valles Cotrina. https://www.guadalupechaskasuyay.com/ © Todos los derechos reservados 2009. Ayahuasca Channel Oficial
Otros de los temas de la Agrupación SON DE IQUITOS, con este tema "Cervecero Cumbianbero" con estas lluvias ded extio los haran divertirse en cada fiesta
Talleres de Rap, BeatBox & Stencil que realizamos en el mes de Febrero del 2017 en el distrito de Belén(Zona Baja), en la ciudad de Iquitos - Perú. Grabado y Producido por MDFK Music. FACEBOOK→ https://goo.gl/R2nHzz #BOA90 #CorefStorni #Zanderground #Rise #Dars #SalasBeatBox #IquitosHipHop MDFK MUSIC © 2017
In December 2017 my destination was the Amazon rainforest. Starting in Leticia, Colombia, we visited a family that lives in the jungle and works with the indigenous people, did some speerfishing and saw a lot of exotic animals. From there we took a two days boat to Iquitos, a big city in the Peruvian rainforest. Was a big adventure! Thanks to Lydia, Feli, Jakob and Daniel for this nice trip! :) Song: IvPem - Doors (Vlog No Copyright Music) Music provided by Vlog No Copyright Music. Video Link: https://youtu.be/nAKqa5UlPLU
https://www.guadalupechaskasuyay.com/ Shamanic songs, performed by the healer Dona Cotrina in the Peruvian jungle of Iquitos. Cantos chamanicos, ejecutados por la curandera Dona Cotrina en la selva peruana de Iquitos. Contato / Contact Dony: https://www.facebook.com/dony.cotrina Mail: email@example.com Telefone /Phone: (51) 991180655 © Todos los derechos reservados 2009. © All rights reserved 2009.
Iquitos 153 anniversary festival-2017
Los Wembler's de Iquitos formed in the late 1960s in Iquitos, the largest city in the Peruvian Amazon. Fusing together popular dance music from South America and rock 'n' roll from North America, the group coined the term "cumbia amazónica." They performed at the 2015 Smithsonian Folklife Festival's "Perú: Pachamama" program. http://www.festival.si.edu Filmography: Courtney Adkisson, Pruitt Allen, Marisol Medina-Cadena, Andrea Curran, Abby Sternberg, Albert Tong, Paul Weiss Editing: Courtney Adkisson [Catalog No. CFV10728; Copyright 2015 Smithsonian Institution]
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Music Credits: Imagine Dragons - Demons https://itunes.apple.com/us/album/demons/id555694735?i=555694745 Gypsy Kings - Allegria https://itunes.apple.com/us/album/allegria/id31739281?i=31739317 Peru Music Part 1 http://youtu.be/c9HXQ2_41GY Inca Son - The Lonely Shephard https://itunes.apple.com/us/album/the-lonely-shephard/id4074058?i=4074048
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We've done a lot of travel in Peru; however, we've yet to visit the Amazon basin jungle area up in the north. With an opportunity to take a river cruise in the Amazon we flew from Lima to Iquitos. Visiting Iquitos, the largest city in the region, was a place we stayed for two nights. Our first impressions of the city were favorable as we had an opportunity to take a tuk-tuk ride (known locally as motocar), explore markets, enjoy local delicacies and visit the Belen water stilt village and pet friendly cats and dogs. Come join us as we pound the pavement giving you a tour of Iquitos, Peru. GEAR WE USE Olympus OM-D E-M5 II: http://amzn.to/1OchS7t Canon G7X: http://amzn.to/1YdjsYX Olympus 14-150mm II Lens: http://amzn.to/1Y79zeM Rode Video Mic GO: http://amzn.to/1WDKtVM Joby Gorilla Pod:...
Come join us as we visit Peru in our latest travel guide. We cover the best things to do in Peru hitting up major destinations like Lima, Cusco and the Amazon along with visiting Machu Picchu and Hiking the Inca Trail. Peru is one of our favorite countries to visit in the world. Audrey is half Peruvian and we have family in Lima so we're always looking for an excuse to come back. You won't find a more underrated cuisine in the world than Peruvian food. Peru Guide Playlist: 1) Hiking the Inca Trail to Machu Picchu Documentary 2) Machu Picchu Travel Guide Documentary 3) 15 Things to do in Cusco Travel Guide 4) Lake Titicaca Travel Guide (Uros, Amantaní and Taquile Islands) 5) 30 Things to do in Lima, Peru Travel Guide 6) Our first impressions visiting Iquitos, Peru 7) Jungle Treehouse adve...
Iquitos is a Peruvian town, hidden deep in the Amazon Jungle. It is the largest town in the world not connected by road. You either go by boat for days on end or fly in. I flew in and spend a week exploring the area, when the waters where at their highest. My Amazon Jungle accommodation was about to go under water. Iquitos is a different place to the rest of Peru. Full of rickshaws and majestic crumbling colonial building. In this video I show Belén with their houses on stilts, and I visit Pilpintuwasi Butterfly Farm and the Manatee Rescue Centre. I went on a 3 day trip into the Amazon Jungle to a part called Pacaya-Samiria National Reserve. Each day, we did a different activity, from visiting the local villages, attempting to hike in the sweltering jungle, feeding monkeys, seeing Sloth...
http://www.fertur-travel.com/iquitos_tours.html The Iron House is a mansion built in 1890, using sheets of cast iron shipped from Europe. It sits on a corner of the main plaza in Iquitos, Perus largest jungle city. The grand residence was built at the peak of Perus rubber boom at the end of the 19th Century...when the remote jungle city was awash with money. Its said that it was the first prefabricated house in Latin America. Its also called the Eiffel House as it was designed by famous French architect Gustave Eiffel.. Since 1985 its been home to the Social Club of Iquitos, which helped fund its restoration. The second floor is now one of the finest restaurants in Iquitos, The Cafeteria of the Amazon, with delicious cuisine, the best coffee in the city, and views of the main square. F...
Iquitos, also known as Iquitos City, is the capital city of Peru's Maynas Province and Loreto Region. The largest metropolis in the Peruvian Amazon, east of the Andes, it is the sixth most populous city of Peru. It is known as the "capital of the Peruvian Amazon." The city is located in the Great Plains of the Amazon Basin, fed by the Amazon, Nanay and Itaya rivers. Overall, it constitutes the Iquitos metropolitan area, a conurbation of 471,993 inhabitants consisting of four districts: Iquitos, Punchana, Belén, and San Juan Bautista. It is the largest city in the world that cannot be reached by road – it is accessible only by river and air https://www.patreon.com/keezi https://www.paypal.me/keezi
For now Iquitos can only be reached by plane or by boat. Most flights to Iquitos originate from Lima. My flight with Star Perú had a short stop in Tarapoto only long enough to exchange some passengers.The total journey took about two hours. Upon arrival at Iquitos airport, I was welcomed by an intense warm moist air. As I approached the city center, the heat and humidity were worsen by air pollution. With thousands of unregulated vehicle emissions, the air quality in the city in this climate can't be very friendly to people's lungs. So, I tried to spend the majority of my stay in the jungle, where better air quality combined with nice cool breeze made it more enjoyable. The Amazon rainforest isn't just important to the climatic and ecological balances, but also to the development of p...
As part of our superb Peru tour with GAdventures, we visited the amazing Tambopata Eco Lodge for 2 nights, led by our friendly, well informed guide, Leo. We stayed in a bungalow with no electricity and solar heated shower, which might sound a bit rustic but was actually lovely. Well equipped with a real bathroom, flushing toilet, real beds and mosquito nets, table, chairs and hammock! The restaurant served excellent, fresh buffet food and in the bar you could buy an ice-cold beer in the evening while they ran the generators for a couple of hours until blackout. After this all you could see were fireflies! We did a night wildlife walk on the first evening, taking strong advice to tuck trousers into socks to stop ants crawling into socks/shoes. Then the second morning we did an early mornin...
In the first episode of "My favorite destination" from Iquitos, Christelle explores the more traditional side of this city and the vestiges that still keeps from the "Amazon rubber boom". A program produced by StarPerú. Learn more about our destinations and promotions here: http://www.starperu.com/en/
For our 10 tips from Yurimaguas to Iquitos click here: www.bobaroundtheworld.com This video shows BoB and his friends on a boat trip from Yurimaguas to Iquitos. Watch in Full HD! Filmed with the GoPro Hero 3 Black edition and Canon EOS 550D. Only video cutting program: Windows Movie Maker Thanks for watching! Follow golf ball BoB on his travel around the world. This funny golf ball has his own travel blog. The coolest golf ball ever! Music: Amazonas Music - Track 02
Iquitos - Perù Travel - Iquitos is the largest city in the Peruvian rainforest, with a population of 370,962. It is the capital of Loreto Region and Maynas Province. Located on the Amazon River, it is only 106 m (348 ft) above sea level, although it is more than 3,000 km (1,864 mi) from the mouth of the Amazon at Belém (Brazil) on the Atlantic Ocean. It is situated 125 km (78 mi) downstream of the confluence of the Ucayali and Marañón rivers, the two main headwaters of the Amazon River. Iquitos has long been a major port in the Amazon Basin. It is surrounded by three rivers: the Nanay, the Itaya, and the Amazon. The city can be reached only by airplane or boat, with the exception of a road to Nauta, a small town roughly 100 km (62 mi) south. Ocean vessels of 3,000 tons or 9,000 tons ...
Iquitos is the largest city in the Peruvian rainforest, with a population of 370,962. It is the capital of Loreto Region and Maynas Province. Located on the Amazon River, it is only 106 m (348 ft) above sea level, although it is more than 3,000 km (1,864 mi) from the mouth of the Amazon at Belém (Brazil) on the Atlantic Ocean. It is situated 125 km (78 mi) downstream of the confluence of the Ucayali and Marañón rivers, the two main headwaters of the Amazon River. Iquitos has long been a major port in the Amazon Basin. It is surrounded by three rivers: the Nanay, the Itaya, and the Amazon. The city can be reached only by airplane or boat, with the exception of a road to Nauta, a small town roughly 100 km (62 mi) south. Ocean vessels of 3,000 tons or 9,000 tons and 5.5 metres (18 ft...
Amazon river Iquitos, Peru, South America jungle City. Our Experience Travelling arround Iquitos. You can get to iquitos only by plane or by boat, there is no any roads arround iquitos, just the Amazon river. They have lots of national parks, Indian villages, nice and friendly people, and much more... Enjoy Watching part-2.
City of Iquitos - http://www.tourstoperu.info/Places/Iquitos/City-of-Iquitos-In-the-middle-of-the-Rain-Forest.html ... The waterfront of the city offers a beautiful view to the Amazon River, many restaurants, ice cream parlors and bars. There you can taste the typical local drinks made of exotic and magical herbs, such as uvachado, seven roots, chuchuhuasi, etc.
Day 1. Amazing trip from Cusco Peru to Manu National Reserve to Amazon jungle. Peru has amazing things to offer. Travel to Machu Picchu and other Incas sites, eat incredible Peruvian food, visit Peruvian mountains and jungle. Nature reserves in Peru have incredible variety of jungle birds, mammals, plants, reptiles and insects. Visit to Manu is one the best things travelers can do while traveling in Peru. Peru has incredible history tourist can see in the big cities, but there is also amazing wildlife in the Amazon jungle of Peru. Hiking and backpacking in Peru with reliable guide from tour company gives great opportunity to discover beautiful nature of Peru. Tour operator - Amazon Wildlife Peru. Tel. 051-084-403725 www.amazonwildlifeperu.com firstname.lastname@example.org SUBSCRIBE NOT...
I spent 6 days in the Peruvian Amazon Jungle-3 days at Tahuayo Lodge and 3 days at its sister lodge, the Amazon Research Center. Tahuayo Lodge is rated #1 in Trip Advisor in the Iquitos area because of its personal service and dedication to the environment. Upon arrival, you are assigned a private guide (you can see our excellent guide Christian toward the end of the video). What was amazing to me is how the guides were able to spot wildlife 100 feet up in a tree or hidden below a leaf on the ground. You just tell them what you want to do, whether it be piranha fishing, canoeing, or searching for anaconda. This was a trip of a lifetime!
All the flora from the American tropical zone can be found in the Amazon rainforest. Lagoons and lakes are dominated by the Victoria Amazonica, the worlds largest water lily that grows circular leaves measuring up to 3 meters across. The largest can reach 5 meters in diameter, but even then theres no truth to the rumor that they can take the weight of a standing human. You can also find herbs, bushes, creepers, vines and flowering plants in the branches and canopies of the Amazons gigantic trees. Theres a stunning variety of habitats in the region considered to be the most biologically diverse in the world. An astounding number of plants have been found to have medicinal properties, to treat all kinds of illnesses and disease, from ulcers to asthma, snake bites to blood-borne viruses...
Maniti Camp Expeditions a registered, professional & local rainforest lodge & tour operator based out of Iquitos Peru located in the northeastern Peruvian Amazon Rainforest. Maniti Camp Expeditions offers a variety of original and unique Iquitos Amazon jungle tours. Book Now at: http://www.manitiexpeditions.com
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