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The Thinkjungle.com Search Page is finally up and running ready for the addition of some more tours and lodges. A small search bar is included on the top right of each Amazon tour / info page that takes you to a search page where you can filter results. Have a play around and feel free […]

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The staff biologist (Alfredo Dosantos Santillán) at the Tahuayo Lodge (located 150km from Iquitos, Peru) recently mentioned that conditions are now perfect for seeing Amazon River dolphins at both Tahuayo Lodges. The dolphins include the tucuxi dolphins (photo here) and the larger pink dolphins. The Tahuayo River waters have risen, which attracts an abundance of […]

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We have just added a lot of different itinerary options in the Amazon Rainforest depending on interest, including tours suited for families, adventure enthusiasts, nature lovers, those seeking a little relaxation in the Amazon plus others. To browse the selection, simply make sure you’re on the Amazon Jungle Tours site section, hover over tours, and […]

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We have just added three new lodge-based tours in the southern Amazon’s Tambopata National Reserve. The southern Amazon has a more developed tourism industry than the north so there is more choice. These lodges will cater for most people interested in an Amazon Rainforest experience. You can contact the lodges directly using Thinkjungle.com The Posada […]

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We have just listed another Amazon tour in Northern Peru. After striving to find a tour in the Pacaya Samiria National Reserve that meets all our requirements of environmental awareness, wildlife, and comfort we have listed Delfin Cruises which offer two cruises, the luxury Delfin I where you are provided with your own Master Suite […]

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It’s been an exciting time at Thinkjungle.com. I am out of university with a Master’s degree in Zoology and celebrated with a re-design of the website. Recently, we associated with Bjorn Adolfsson, a photographer based in Sweden who is passionate about rainforest wildlife – for his photos you can see the rainforest life articles or […]

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Mount Sorrow in the Daintree National Park is the infamous walk in the Daintree area. In 1997, British hiker Daniel Nute went missing after taking the trek never to be seen again. Cassowaries have attacked people on this walk and numerous others have become lost requiring search parties to rescue them. Needless to say, I […]

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Today, I headed out to the Barron Gorge National Park to see what I could find. On the way up the trail I saw a goanna and a magnificent swallowtail butterfly. I then noticed the unusually high number of Golden Orb Spiders (Formerly Nephila maculata, now Nephila pilipes). I bumped into a workman at the […]

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