Destination

Amazon Jungle

View Tours
A little bit about Amazon Jungle

The Amazon is the world’s largest tropical rainforest and ranked as one of the Seven Natural Wonders of the World. It spans parts of nine South American countries, and encompasses the Amazon River, by far the worlds largest waterway by volume.

The Amazon Rainforest, also known as Amazon Jungle is home to at least 10% of the world’s known biodiversity including endangered fauna, impressive numbers of mammals, birds and reptiles. A memorable experience is to spot a jaguar, the king of the jungle and with the help of experienced tour guides see the giant river otters, sloths, capybaras and monkeys. Add to that 2000 species of beautiful and tuneful birds including toucans, hummingbirds and macaws and you will understand the beauty and uniqueness of the Amazon. In addition the Amazon is still home to many indigenous communities that will welcome you on your arrival in the Amazon and give you an insight into their culture.  Exotic landscapes, rare wildlife and professional guides are what make a tour of the Amazon Rainforest such a unique and unforgettable lifetime experience.

Choose from our range of unique trips or contact us and we’ll be happy to tailor the perfect itinerary to suit your requirements. 

Show FAQ’s

When is the best time to visit Amazon?

The best time to visit the Amazon depends on your wishes and things you want to do. It is possible to visit the Amazon throughout the whole year.

During the dry season, from May until October, the weather is warm with temperatures between 78F and 93F (24C and 31C). At this time larger numbers of parrots and macaws are visiting the clay licks, however, it takes more time to travel on rivers due to low water levels.

The wet season is from November until April, and you can expect heavy rainfall, however, the upside is that there are fewer eco tourists, higher bird activity as well as easier to find reptiles and amphibians. 

Do I need to get vaccinations for the Amazon?

You should prepare well before visiting the Amazon. It is recommended to visit a medical professional for advice on which vaccinations are needed depending on your health and vaccination history. However, we recommend the following vaccinations:  Hepatitis A, Hepatitis B, Typhoid fever, Yellow Fever and Rabies.

Will I see wildlife in the Amazon?

Yes, you will see wildlife. With the help of an experienced and trained tour guide you will visit the best places for animal viewing. 

What to bring to the Amazon?

As the luggage is hand carried, it is recommended you limit your luggage to 15 kilos (32 pounds) a piece. We suggest bringing:

  • tight-weave, light-coloured, long pants
  • long sleeved, tight-weave, light coloured shirts
  • ankle-high hiking boots and sneakers
  • sunblock lotion
  • rain jacket or poncho
  • small daypack
  • camera gear
  • binoculars
  • sun hat & sunglasses
  • swim suit
  • insect repellent
  • lightweight towel
  • torch or flashlight with spare batteries
  • water bottle
  • personal medicines & small first aid kit

Destination Map

Discover more amazing experiences on our blog.

View Articles

Some of the main Attractions

Browse All Tours
Peruvian Amazon

Peru is home to some of the best-protected parts of the Amazon rainforest, the world’s most biodiverse forest. It offers phenomenal wildlife-spotting, and adventures untamed forest from some of the best lodges and Amazon River cruise boats available.

Brazilian Amazon

Brazil hosts 60% of the Amazon rainforest and contains some incredible natural wonders. The Meeting of the Waters between the dark waters of the Rio Negro and the light sandy waters of the Rio Solimões is amazing. You can also spot the famous water lily.

Ecuadorian Amazon

Parrot clay licks are one of the best experiences when visiting the Ecuadorian Amazon. Clay licks can be found throughout the Yasuni National Park in Ecuador. It is an incredible experience to witness the abundant of wildlife.

Our Vessels

Delfin III

43 Passengers

Amazon Clipper

16 Passengers

Delfin II

30 Passengers

MY Tucano