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  • All transfers, accommodation, activities, English-speaking jungle guide and full board (excl. drinks).
  • Light weight pants, T-shirts, long sleeved shirts, shorts, bathing suit, extra socks and underwear, sandals, good walking and/or old tennis shoes, windbreaker, sun hat, flash light, non-electric razor, sun screen, insect repellent, binoculars, camera, film, extra batteries, small first aid kit.

Tour Plan

We pick you at yourhotel dowtown Manaus at 8:30am. Then 80kms by road to city of Rio Preto da Eva where a motorized canoe will be waiting to take us to Malocas Jungle Lodge (approximately 2 hours). On arrival at the Lodge we will be received by local management who will show you your accomodation (dobble rooms). Lunch, delicious regional cuisine made with amazonian fishes and fruits ... After lunch, we will be taken by canoe through the Igarapes to visit the Caboclos who still live in similar conditions to their indian ancestors. On our return we will fish piranhas and after dark go hunting for alligators.
Early in the morning, we’ll paddle through the Igapos in canoes for bird watching. After breakfast we will go on a jungle trek where the guide will explain the various uses of the plants including those with medicinal properties. On the way we will visit one of the many waterfalls where we can swim. Lunch. Paddling with canoes through the Igapos and Igarapes. Swimming in the river. After supper, sitting around the campfire, we can appreciate the tranquility of the night
After breakfast we will go for a longer jungle trek where the guide will explain more precisely the uses of the plants and fruits. On the way we will visit a manioc house. Lunch. Paddling with canoes through the Igapos and Igarapes. Swimming in the river. After supper, sitting around the campfire, we can appreciate the tranquility of the night.
After breakfast we will go on a jungle trek ( different eco system ) ending at a waterfall . Lunch. Then by canoe for survival training (optional) where we will learn to live like the indians using natural products such as roots and medicinal plants. Trek into the jungle where we will construct improvised shelters and cook on a campfire, sleeping in hammocks slung between the trees.
After breakfast we trek back to the Lodge for Lunch. Easy afternoon fishing or padling, dinner and games...
After breakfast, you’ll join the Amazon River through a little canal heading to the meeting of the water and the january national Park. Lunch on a fluctuant restaurant. Arrival in the Manaus Harbour around 6 pm. Transfer to your hotel or to the airport. Our regional cuisine will make you try many delicious fishes, legumes and fruitsfrom the season.


Uncovering the Mysteries of the Brazilian Rainforest 

If you’re an adventurous soul seeking a thrilling escapade into the heart of nature, the Brazilian rainforest is an absolute paradise waiting to be explored. Here we will take you on a journey through the lush greenery and diverse wildlife of the Brazilian jungle, providing you with valuable insights and tips for an unforgettable adventure.

Exploring the Brazilian Jungle

The Rich Biodiversity of the Amazon Rainforest

The Amazon Rainforest, often referred to as the “Lungs of the Earth,” is one of the most biodiverse places on the planet. With over 390 billion individual trees belonging to approximately 16,000 species, this magnificent jungle teems with life. From the enchanting macaws that paint the sky with their vibrant colors to the elusive jaguars prowling through the undergrowth, the Amazon offers a chance to witness nature in its purest form.

Navigating the Mighty Amazon River

The Amazon River, the second-longest river in the world, is the lifeline of the rainforest. Its intricate network of tributaries and channels offers an exceptional opportunity for exploration. Join a river expedition and cruise through the meandering waters, where you’ll encounter astonishing aquatic species like the fearsome piranhas and the docile pink dolphins.

Embracing Indigenous Culture

The indigenous people of Brazil have a deep connection with the rainforest, and their knowledge is invaluable for any jungle explorer. Learn from their ancient wisdom about medicinal plants, survival techniques, and the importance of conserving this delicate ecosystem.

Essential Tips for a Safe Jungle Expedition

Proper Gear and Clothing

When venturing into the jungle, it’s crucial to wear moisture-wicking clothing, sturdy boots, and a wide-brimmed hat to protect yourself from the elements. Additionally, packing essentials like a quality machete, a compass, and a first-aid kit can be lifesaving.

Hydration and Nutrition

Staying hydrated and well-fed is vital in the jungle. Always carry sufficient water purification tablets and energy-rich snacks. Remember that water sources in the rainforest may not be safe for direct consumption.

Insect Repellent

The Amazon is notorious for its relentless army of insects. Make sure to pack a potent insect repellent to ward off mosquitoes, ticks, and other pesky critters that can carry diseases.

Leave No Trace

As responsible jungle explorers, it is our duty to minimize our impact on the environment. Follow the “Leave No Trace” principles, which include packing out all trash, avoiding unnecessary noise, and respecting wildlife by observing from a distance.

Support Sustainable Tourism

Choose tour operators and accommodations that are committed to sustainable practices and support local communities. Your visit should contribute positively to the conservation of this precious ecosystem.

Embarking on a jungle expedition in Brazil is a once-in-a-lifetime experience. The mesmerizing beauty and awe-inspiring biodiversity of the Amazon Rainforest will leave an indelible mark on your soul. By following our guide and adopting responsible practices, you can ensure a safe and memorable adventure while helping to protect this natural wonder for generations to come.

So, gear up, embrace the call of the wild, and let the Brazilian rainforest unveil its secrets to you, the intrepid jungle explorer.

This is a fairly adventurous trip, and one must have a good basic level of fitness. Furthermore, we recommend that you bring sturdy shoes and mosquito spray. It is also strongly recommended that you get vaccinated against yellow fever and take malaria tablets.

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