Back

Botanicals

3000 fruits are found in the rainforest; only 200 are known by most. We chose 10, let us tell you a little more about some of them

Merey

Merey

Also known as cashew, this fruit has a kidney-shape and grows on a thick, pear-shaped stem yellow in color. The natives obtain a resin by macerating the leaves of this tree and use it to preserve wood.

Açaí

Açaí

The manaca is a palm tree native to South America from it is extracted a purple fruit, also known as asaí, used by the indigenousfor its regenerative and energetic qualities.

Uva de palma

Uva de palma

Harvested from the moriche palm, this fruit represented a symbol of energy for the indigenous Yekuanas. The men of the tribes would drink the ashes of the palm leaves hoping for strength.

Túpiro

Túpiro

Referred to as "la cocona" in the indigenous language, túpiro is an orange-colored fruit with a pleasant taste, frequently consumed by native tribes for its many nutritional properties.

Seje

Seje

The fruit of this palm tree is appreciated for its delicate flavor. The native people have traditionally used its leaves to construct "churuatas", the typical homes of most communities.

Copoazú

Copoazú

The copoazú is a fruit that is harvested between June and September. The skin is used for juices and marmalades, and the seeds to make chocolate.

Top

ENTER YOUR DATE OF BIRTH

Incorrect date
You are underage/div>

We inform you that our website uses both first-party and third-party cookies to analyze the use made of the website and to customize you experience on our website. You can choose to ACCEPT or reject these cookies or change your settings whenever you want.
More information is available in our Cookies Policy.