Piranha Fishing

Attractions & Activities In Tambopata National Reserve

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Piranhas, those toothy fish native to the Amazon, have a vicious reputation and have been known to attack large animals, including humans, in the water. What’s less often said about them is just how tasty they are to eat. In fact, natives of the Tambopata National Reserve regularly eat piranhas, cooking them in soups or simply grilling or frying them.

If you’re looking for an Amazon private tour with a difference, Kuoda can arrange for you to take part in a piranha fishing expedition. An experienced local, who knows how to get the better of these ferocious, razor-toothed monsters, will school you in the art. Expect a nail-biting tangle with these fearsome finned predators.

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