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The cats are one of the most specialised and highly adapted predators there are. With retractable claws, keen eyesight and acute senses, they are often the top predator no matter their environment. These senses and their agility comes into importance in the world’s rainforests where dense trees block a direct path to prey. Some jungle […]

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Book This Tour Now! Jaguar near Tambopata Research Center, Peru, by Lucas Bustamante Jaguar are the dominant predator in the Amazon Rainforest where they roam the forest in search of favored prey, such as capybara, tapir, or deer. Although a little smaller, Amazon Rainforest jaguar belong to the same species as the cats living in […]

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Book This Tour Now! Anaconda near Manu Wildlife Center, Peru, by Beto Santilan As Earth’s largest tropical wilderness, the Amazon is home to more species than anywhere else. The large predators and iconic animals that roam this expansive forest include the famous jaguar, black caiman, and Amazon jungle anaconda, a fascinating snake surrounded in mystery. […]

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The Amazon Rainforest is a vast ecosystem covering 40% of the South American continent and crosses nine South American nations. Fed by the mighty Amazon River, one of the largest rivers on Earth, the Amazon’s tributaries feed this tropical wilderness with waterways reaching deep within this incredible forest. Amazon jungle animals you can find include […]

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After June 9th, The Tucano Cruise from Manaus, Brazil, will release another options on tour: Kayaking! You will be able to quietly paddle the waterways scouting for animals and plants with your guide as he points out things of interest and teaches you about Amazonia. Each of the trips will be about 2 hours long […]

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Tourthetropics is now up with a focus on South America but will soon feature the top tours for tropical world areas. For every tour booking, donations will be places to land protection charities to protect habitat in the area or eco-region that you’re visiting. Go TourTheTropics! Thanks to tourists booking through Thinkjungle.com, we have managed […]

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After adding so many more Amazon Rainfores tours to the site, I thought it was time to write some more articles on Amazon animals and plants. Reptiles Amazon Reptiles The western Amazon Rainforest, found in Peru, Ecuador, Colombia, and western Brazil, has the highest diversity … Lizards Amazon Lizards There are well over 100 different […]

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We have published guides for each of the main Amazon gateways in Peru and Brazil. These contain information to help you find good restaurants, travel, and information on the rivers, forests, and animals of each base. The travel guides are for Iquitos in northern Peru, Puerto Maldonado in southern Peru, and Manaus in northern Brazil. […]

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To celebrate the release of Manu Tented Camps on Thinkjungle.com, you now receive a lower rate on all tours to Manu National Park, plus the Heath River Wildlife Center and Sandoval Lake Lodge in the Tambopata National Reserve (lower than the tour operators themselves). Just make your enquiry for each tour straight to the Official […]

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We have just finished adding some fantastic birdwatching tours in Ecuador that span the country. With support from the World Land Trust, the JocoToco Foundation have protected eight reserves in highly threatened habitats throughout Ecuador. Reserves featured are the Jorupe Reserve, Rio Canandé Reserve, Buenaventura Reserve, and Tapichalaca Reserve. The reserves protect a multitude of […]

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