Great place to visit for a back to nature holiday. Saw amazing plants and animals. Did lots of walking in a humid climate but so worth it!
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We had a 3 day Amazon tour with G Adventures after 4 day Inca Trail trekking. Amazon may give us an impression of survival tour and dangerous encounter to predators and I was fully prepared with malaria medication, Deet, cholera vaccine, etc... and it was...More
We had a blast in the rainforest, spending a couple of nights at Treehouse Lodge, followed by a cruise on the Cattleya with several excursions into the jungle. The variety of plants and wildlife is amazing. A beautiful and wonderful place.
The lodge was nice, although rustic. We were met at the airport and all our travels needs were taken care of, including the trip back to the airport. The staff provided for all our needs, in fact, anticipated our needs. They were attentive to our...More
It was so sweaty hot but lovely,,,so much decay but at the same time a real buzz when you think about where you are huge tip is dont skimp on the mosquito lotion,, buy a really good one plus buy zip off trousers, , so...More
If you are looking for a genuine jungle experience this ecotour is a can't miss. Upon arrival in Iquitos we were met by the owner, Gerson, and driven to Nauta where we continued by canoe to the riverfront lodge. The guides all speak good English...More
We have spend 10 days in Iquitos, this city has everything to offer! Jungle tours, local villages, food, belen market, and much much more!
It was an adventurous trip to the amazon rainforest of peru... The boat ride through the river and using machete to clear the paths through the forest.. Was hardcore!!
We stayed in Muyana Amazon Lodge for three nights and took lot of boat rides as it had rained a lot and we could not walk anywhere!! Staff took us several times in boat to see wildlife but we saw very few birds, monkeys etc.