The town of Tamshiyacu is a small lakeside camp home to a small population of people. Aside from the unique indigenous culture you’ll encounter in the village, what makes Tamshiyacu so interesting is the jungle that surrounds it. Based next to the Amazon River, Tamshiyacu is a great access point to a number of natural reserves, including Reserva Nacional Matses, Parque Nacional de Serra do Divisor, and Reserva Extravista do Alto Jurua. All of these reserves offer ideal locations for boating and hiking activities, and you’ll also be able to interact with the locals that live in the nearby villages. Get ready to speed down the Amazon River; your trip to Tamshiyacu puts you knee deep in Peruvian culture and its hearty outdoors.