A contribution by Riku38
Jungle rain, rainstick, panpipes.
Rio De Cuzco is one of the historical names of Ucayali River, the main headstream of the Amazon River in Peru.
In reality, the rainforest would never be this quiet and devoid of chirps and calls, but this soundscape is designed to provide you a sense of solitude in a place that's remote, both as a location and in time. Sometimes you wander near the water, sometimes it rains. You'll sit in your timeless hideout for as long as you want to, enveloped by the sheltering forest.