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Manu Cloud Forest Bear
The Andean Cloud Forest is loosely defined as forest at such a high altitude that it’s penetrated by cloud cover. This gives the rainforest a mysterious feel and cooler climate. Cloud Forests are some of most threatened and biodiverse forest the world offers, which places considerable importance on its protection. The Peruvian Cloud Forest, such […]
Cristalino Birds
No place in the southern Brazilian Amazon has been studied so intensely in terms of biodiversity as the area surrounding the city of Alta Floresta in southern Brazil. One conclusion from these studies is that no other place in the eastern Amazon has such a high assemblage and richness of bird life. Alta Floresta sits […]
Tambopata Monkeys
Puerto Maldonado is a much smaller town than its Amazon River cousin Iquitos, but remains the gateway to the incredible southern rainforest of Peru. This area is home to the highest concentration of known clay licks in Amazonia. The section of the Amazon is also the most developed for tourism as the Clay Licks & […]
Tambopata Jaguar
The best time to visit Puerto Maldonado depends on when you have available. There are things to do and see at all times of the year. And even when it rains it usually clears up by morning for a day of activities. But do note that there is one factor in addition to the changing […]
Tahuayo Monkeys
Iquitos can be a fantastic city to visit at all times of the year. As there are some differences depending on your month of travel, we will mention some of the main points. For example, if you’re sensitive to hot temperatures you may want to miss the hottest months. These are usually September, October and […]
Tahuayo Monkeys
Welcome to Iquitos. Located in the Loreto department of north Peru’s Amazon Rainforest, Iquitos is both the largest city in the world unreachable by road and the largest city in the Peruvian Amazon. So if you can’t get here by road, how else can you get to Iquitos? The most popular option is to fly […]
Tahuayo Lodge Monkey
The clothes you choose to wear in the Amazon Rainforest will reflect your personality as there are pros and cons with whatever you wear. The general recommendation is to stick to loose-fitting cotton clothes, however, with so many new fabrics on the market, including mosquito-proof and quick-dry shirts and pants, you have your pick. There […]
Tucano Kayaks
The Tucano Cruise is an Amazon Rainforest tour rated by National Geographic as one of the best tours on Earth. The Tucano was built in 1997 in a tradition style of the old 19th Century Amazon River steamboats, with large opening windows, a shallow draft, broad beam for stability, and a sense of traditional style. […]
Tahuayo Lodge Iguana
Two of the advantages of the Tahuayo Lodge over other Amazon tours are the customizable & highly flexible itineraries and private guides. You are then free to focus on hiking, canoeing, birdwatching, culture, or to have a diverse Amazon Rainforest experience. Here is a description of this tour as well as a review from my […]
Tahuayo ARC
The Tahuayo Lodge Canopy Zipline (Iquitos, Peru) is the longest zipline system in the Amazon Rainforest and has been ranked one of the world’s most exciting ziplines by Fox News. The canopy experience, enjoyed by everyone, including the children and grandma, defies written description. Flying through the treetops by zip line was truly exhilarating. – […]

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