The Amazon Jungle is big, really big! In fact, if it were a country it would be the 7th largest on earth, and make most of the world’s other nations look tiny in comparison!
When you realise how enormous the rainforest is, you begin to understand the challenges involved in exploring the area. Thankfully, our years of experience and in-depth knowledge allow us to tailor our Amazon adventures perfectly, giving all of our guests an authentic and comprehensive rainforest experience.
One of the best ways to experience the region is to stay overnight in Amazon Jungle lodges, deep in the heart of the rainforest.
A stay in a lodge allows visitors the see the Amazon in all of its different guises and to really get close to life in the jungle.
Imagine waking up in the morning to the unique sounds of the jungle, and then pulling back your curtains to see the birds, trees and other rich life of the rainforest…
Even just listening to the jungle at night is a unique experience and one that you won’t forget for years to come.
Throughout your stay in the Amazon Jungle lodges, you’ll have naturalist guides on hand to talk you through the many exotic plants and animals that you’ll see.
And if you want to become even more familiar with the region, you can join Amazon Jungle expeditions which take you deeper into the jungle – this way you’ll see first hand the diversity and wonder of the creatures that live there.
The unique and vibrant culture of the Amazon is changing fast, with more and more tribes coming into contact with outsiders and being exposed to the modern world.
By staying in an Amazon Jungle lodge you can see what it’s like to live in the forest that tribes people have called home for thousands of years, and so gain a unique insight into a way of life that’s fast disappearing.
This is a very special part of the world; by providing such unique accommodation the lodges are bringing people closer to the nature and culture of the jungle.
Amazon Jungle lodges are a great option for visitors who want to get a sense of the scale of the rainforest as well as experience the richness of its wildlife.