Amazon Natural Park & Nauta Creek

Jan 22, 2019 - Delfin II

Day two in the Amazon did not disappoint, and it never seems to. We timed our excursions perfectly, avoiding the mid-day sun, but also dodging the intermittent Amazonian downpours. We made the most of our morning, walking through the canopy of Amazon Natural Park and gazing through a sloth’s-eye view of the most biodiverse ecosystem in the world. We then sailed down the mighty Marañon River to Nauta Creek, where we launched our kayaks for a peaceful evening paddle back to our beloved Delfin II. 

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Jeff Phillippe

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Jeff was raised in upstate New York and completed his B.A. in geography at Middlebury College in Vermont. He attained his master’s degree in water resource science at Oregon State University where his research focused on glacier hydrology in the Pacific Northwest of the U.S. He spent most of his 20's teaching Earth sciences and geography at the secondary and university level, while taking his summers off to lead wilderness and climbing expeditions throughout the continental U.S., Alaska, and Canada.

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