Into the Amazon – Jungle Lodge

4-Day Amazon Rainforest Lodge Tour - Peru

Prices from £575 pp

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Duration4 days / 3 nights (flexible)

LocationPuerto Maldonado - Tambopata National Reserve

Suitable for families

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Overview

Spend a few nights sleeping in a comfortable lodge in the heart of the mighty Amazon rainforest, feeling a million miles away from civilisation. Travelling to your riverside base by boat, you'll head out with expert local guides to explore the jungle and the incredible Amazonian wildlife. Your lodge is owned by the Native Community of Infierno, so you'll also meet the people who call this amazing place home. All meals and activities are included during your stay.

What's included

  • Accommodation – based on 2 people sharing
  • All meals
  • Transport between Puerto Maldonado and Jungle Lodge
  • All excursions and entrance fees during your stay, with English speaking guides

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Your day-by-day itinerary

Puerto Maldonado - Tambopata

You’ll usually fly into Puerto Maldonado, the gateway town for the Peruvian Amazon, where you’ll be met by a representative from the lodge. After a brief welcome talk, it’ll be time to drive to a port on the Tambopata River, where you’ll board a small boat for the 45-minute journey to your home for the next few days.

Taking the boat to the Amazon lodge

Built entirely from Amazonian materials, your lodge provides employment to local people and provides a comfortable base amongst the rainforest. The en-suite rooms open out into the forest, with private verandas where you can sit and enjoy the sounds of nature. In the afternoon you’ll climb the 30m canopy tower where you’ll have a spectacular view of your surroundings, before returning to enjoy dinner and perhaps a cocktail or two at the lodge’s bar.

Amazon lodge

Exploring the Amazon

Waking up to the sounds of the jungle is an experience in itself, but there’s so much more to do over the next couple of days. The guides will often tailor the program to suit the season and their guests, so you’ll have the opportunity to join boat trips, community visits, birdwatching and jungle walks – both during the day and at night. If you’re very adventurous then longer treks or even mountain biking can be arranged locally too.

Customer on a night walk

The wildlife is a major reason to visit the Amazon of course, and around Tambopata you’ll see monkeys, macaws, parrots, toucans, capybaras, caimans and various spiders and insects. There’s also a chance that you might spot a jaguar by the river, meet the group of giant otters who live nearby, or even fish for piranhas!

colorful parrots on wall in amazon jungle in peru

Tambopata - Puerto Maldonado

Sadly, it’s time to leave the Amazon today. After breakfast, you’ll travel back to Puerto Maldonado by boat and road, in time for your flight on to your next Peruvian destination.

sunset on amazon river in peru
Man standing with mountain view in the background in Peru

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