Why Amazon Wildlife Adventures?
Because, at Amazon Wildlife Adventures we operate in some of the best areas in Amazonia, where you get to witness the incredible biodiversity of this region. We take pride in providing the best service and showing wildlife in its natural habitat.
When is the best time to visit?
June - December - If you love fishing, hiking or exploring deeper into the forest, this is the best time for you.
January - May - Traveling by dugout canoe or boat, you can explore farther into the flooded forest and see wildlife much closer than you normally would.
Does it rain a lot?
Because we are in a tropical rainforest setting, it is going to rain from time to time. However, this no reason to limit your adventure. Even when raining, the temperature is warm and the wildlife doesn't mind the rain!
Is there an age limit?
All our activities and excursions are flexible and you will have many alternatives to make your expeditions unforgettable, no matter what age
Can I come with my kids?
Yes of course, our priority is that you and your kids have the most fascinating adventure, with our excellent guides and staff to help you in any way.
What type of vaccinations do I need?
Please check the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) for health information for travelers to Peru
Is Malaria, Dengue, Sika and Yellow Fever a problem?
In all of our expeditions and excursions we work in safe places for our travelers; malaria, dengue and sika have not been reported in any of our areas of operation.
What to Bring
We recommend you bring these items on your trip. Please contact us if you have any questions.
Cash (dollars or soles under $50 bills please).
Light-weight clothing that breathes and easily sheds moisture (not cotton). Take one set of clothes for each day.
Long pants are recommended for jungle walks and insect prevention.
Long or short sleeve shirts. Long sleeve shirts aren’t as cool, but protect better from insects.
Long socks for insect prevention
Hat for sun protection.
1 – 2 pairs of comfortable walking or hiking shoes (rubber boots are provided for some excursions)
Insect repellent containing 20 – 30 % DEET. Many times there will be very few mosquito's and insects. Other times there will be many. Take a small bottle that you can keep in your pocket for use when needed.
Light, inexpensive poncho or raincoat.
Plastic bag for dirty clothes.
Camera equipment, high quality cameras and lenses or compact cameras, whatever suits you.
Dry bag or other water protection (at least a Ziploc bag)
Don’t forget your battery charger!
Flashlight (headlamps are usually best).
Sandals or leisure shoes for around the lodge
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