Amazon Rainforest Blog
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. Have fun and stay safe!
New Amazon Lodges For Yasuni National Park, Ecuador
Shell, EcuadorImmerse yourself in the tribal culture of the Huaorani. This fun and welcoming tribe adopted ecotourism to help preserve their culture and battle oil companies from destroying their land. They now wish to share their culture with you as you learn how to use a blow gun, paddle the river, apply Achiote, and get to know the Huaorani community.Huaorani Tribe Culture
Coca, EcuadorSani Lodge is owned by members of the Kichwa community called Sani Isla who have adopted ecotourism for environmental conservation & to show you their forest. This part of the rainforest has the highest diversity of animal and plant life found in the Amazon. You can take guided hikes and canoe tributaries in search of the abundant animals and plants found in the area.Canopy Tower, Canoeing
New Amazon Lodge For Tambopata, Puerto Maldonado, Peru
Wasai Tambopata Lodge
Puerto Maldonado, PeruWasai Tambopata Lodge is in the heart of the southern Peruvian Amazon sitting 120 km up the river from Puerto Maldonado. Situated in the Tambopata Candamo National Reserve, you will find an extensive trail network for observing wildlife. Tour options can include visits to Lake Sandoval and can be customised.Clay Licks, Sandoval Lake
New Amazon Cruises from Manaus, Brazil
Amazon Clipper Cruise
Manaus, BrazilThe Amazon Clipper Cruise has three, four, and six day itineraries exploring areas of the Amazon unknown to other tours. The shallow draught enables our boat to navigate tributaries unreachable from other vessels. We then leave the vessel on small boats with local guides to find flora and fauna of the Amazon Rainforest.
Premium Clipper Cruise
Manaus, BrazilThe premium alternative to the Amazon Clipper. Offering spacious all-outside cabins and private bathroom facilities with hot shower. Cruise in comfort on one of our three, four, or six day itineraries exploring areas of the Amazon unknown to other tours. The shallow draught enables our boat to navigate tributaries unreachable from other vessels. We then leave the vessel on small boats with local guides to find flora and fauna of the Amazon Rainforest.
Otter Premium Cruise
Manaus, BrazilThe Otter Premium alternative to the Amazon Clipper. Offering spacious all-outside cabins and private bathroom facilities with hot shower, accommodating smaller groups than the Premium Clipper. Cruise on one of our three, four, or six day itineraries exploring areas of the Amazon unknown to other tours. We leave the vessel on small boats with local guides to find flora and fauna of the Amazon Rainforest.
New Amazon Cruise from Santarem, Brazil
Amazon Dream Cruise
Santarém, BrazilThe Amazon Dream Cruise begins in Santarém & offers one of the longest itineraries aboard an Amazon cruise. Our passionate guides will show you Amazon plants & animals, & we will meet native Amazon people. We will take guided snorkel exploration of “aquarium lakes” to see tropical fish in their natural habitat.Naturalist Guides, Communities
New Amazon Cruise from Iquitos, Peru
La Estrella Amazonica
Iquitos, PeruComing Soon in Summer 2013, enjoy La Estrella Amazonica as we voyage deep into the Pacaya Samiria Reserve taking excursions with professional naturalist guides. A custom designed vessel with air-conditioned seminar rooms, restaurant, bar, and fitness facilities. The tour operator has 33 years experience in this section of the Amazon and is excited to offer you the newest cruise on the Amazon River.Newest Amazon Cruise