The Amazon River Basin covers much of South America with parts in Brazil, Peru, Ecuador, and Bolivia among others. Mostly inaccessible by road, travel to the Amazon rainforest is an adventure in itself. A combination of small planes, buses, trucks, boats and dugout canoes are used for Amazon tours to set the tone for an amazing wildlife experience. But situated in these hard to reach areas are a variety of jungle lodges, research stations and small villages that offer an exciting travel experience available nowhere else.
Visit our Amazon River Cruises page for interactive route maps and deckplans, and for more wildlife photos and guides.
The Amazon rainforest is so full of life; embrace it for yourself during a week unlike any other. From Quito, you’ll travel to your new home in the jungle and meet the Quichua family who will host you in their home for the next four nights. Discover waterfalls on jungle walks and travel to an animal rescue centre by canoe. You’ll learn about medicinal plants and how to use a blowgun, experience a shaman ceremony, and visit a local school. Most importantly, you’ll befriend a people few outsiders have the honour to even meet.
Highlights: Living like a local in the Amazon rainforest, learning Quichua traditions by interacting with a local family, visiting an animal rescue centre, honing your blowgun skills, experiencing a shaman ceremony.
G Lodge Amazon - 4 days (TSPJ4T)
Get back to nature in the tropical rainforest. Located on the famously diverse Tambopata River in the Peruvian Amazon, our exclusive G Lodge Amazon is both comfortable and intimate. Explore the jungle by canoe or on dry land trails, swim in the lodge's cool stream, or strap on a harness and rope up to the lodge's tree platforms for a bird's eye view of the forest—including close-ups of arboreal orchids!
Highlights: Exploring the Amazon Rainforest from the comforts of an exclusive lodge, Searching for wildlife by foot and canoe, Exploring the Tambopata National Reserve with an expert naturalist.