Amazon Rainforest

An indigenous, exotic and mystical  journey

Amazon rainforest is the largest tropical rainforest on Earth that is mostly contained within Brazil, and stretches into Peru, Ecuador, Bolivia, and some other South American countries.


The rainforest has a wide variety of tree species, more than 500 species of mammals, 2000 fish species and 1000 bird species to encounter. Small mammals, birds, reptiles and exotic insects such as butterflies are easily observed on jungle journeys.

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There are many activities in the Amazon Rainforest to attend. Whether your interests are plants, animals, wildlife or native culture.


You can join a boat trip through the amazon river and see many kinds of plants like the Victoria water lily of the Amazon which can grow to nearly 10 feet in diameter.


Swimming with pink dolphins is another advice. These intelligent animals will approach you, like their oceanic cousins, and investigate as you explore their aquatic home.


You can discover the Wildlife in the jungle, seeing monkeys, bats, capybaras (Indian pig-like rodent), various rodent species in some mammalian species,  jaguars, ocelots (spotted wild cats), jaguarundis (long-bodied, long-tailed tropical American wild cats) and you can follow in the footsteps of other cat species, frogs, crocodiles and snakes in both water and land-living animals and reptiles.

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If you are interested in culture, you can meet the shamans and learn about the spirit world along with all the medicinal plants like Ayahuasca. The Ayahuasca is the master plant of the Amazonian rainforest. For many thousands of years, shamans have used its properties to cure the body and the soul and to connect with gods and nature.



Amazon Rainforest includes a must seen, huge, extreme, undiscovered diversity on its unique nature. Consider a relaxing, adventurous and exploratory vacation over there.

You can prefer some locations to stay during your Amazon journey like ManausIquitos, Napo, Sucumbipos.


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