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Beautiful

Loved this laguna. Beautiful at sunrise and sunset and amazing to take a boat ride here. Not such a... read more

Reviewed October 29, 2016
Cayo C
Amazing sunset!!

If you want to go there, the perfect time to leave Pucallpa is 4pm to arrive there for the sunset... read more

Reviewed July 6, 2015
Lorena D
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Melbourne, Australia
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29 Oct 2016
“Beautiful”
6 Jul 2015
“Amazing sunset!!”
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Reviewed October 29, 2016

Loved this laguna. Beautiful at sunrise and sunset and amazing to take a boat ride here. Not such a nice place after sunset as the mosquitos are in plenty so if you want to visit here make it earlier rather than later

1  Thank Cayo C
Reviewed July 6, 2015 via mobile

If you want to go there, the perfect time to leave Pucallpa is 4pm to arrive there for the sunset. It's a perfect place to watch it, how the sky starts changing color..it's quite and peaceful. Just bring something for the mosquitos because you may...More

3  Thank Lorena D
Reviewed June 27, 2015

Gorgeous scenes, you get a great taste of how is to be in the middle of the jungle. Need a 4x4 to go there. Totally worth it.

1  Thank ROCIO L
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Response from Henry Q |
What is there to do in Cashibococha? Are there any hotels? Hostels? Bed and Breakfast type places? How far is it from Pucallpa? Would you buy land there?
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