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Go To The Amazon Rainforest - Join Bookitlist on this epic adventure!

The Amazon rainforest accounts for 20% of the world’s oxygen. If that alone doesn’t blow your mind, the wonders hidden inside this jungle will.

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Mother Nature's Most Verdant Garden

A must-visit for lovers of adventure, the Amazon Rainforest is a haven of natural beauty and enduring indigenous cultures!

The world’s largest and most biodiverse rainforest, the Amazon extends into eight different South American countries, and is home to around 10% of the world’s known species of flora and fauna, including around 10 million types of animal!

Where To Stay in The Amazon Rainforest

South America’s largest and most populated nation, Brazil is home to over 60 percent of the Amazon rainforest.
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The southern region of Colombia, near the borders with Brazil and Peru is home to nearly 10% of the Amazon rainforest and though this accounts for over a third of the country’s total land mass.
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Although the Ecuadorian Amazon only accounts for around 2% of the total rainforest.
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Peru hosts ancient Incan cities, and perhaps the most biodiverse section of the Amazon rainforest. Experience the breath taking natural beauty and diversity of these incredible jungles on a 9 day riverboat adventure, where you will encounter an array of animal species, visit indigenous villages and dine on fresh, nutritional food from the heart of the jungle!

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The Amazon is a great place to visit year round, but May is the best month as it is the transitional period between the wet and slightly drier season, and offers the best opportunities for wildlife viewing.

Along with Peru, Brazil, Colombia and Ecuador, the Amazon is also in Venezuela, Guyana, Suriname and French Guiana.

The Amazon is generally very warm year round, with average temperatures of between 22 and 34°C.

Although it is possible to visit parts of the Amazon without a guide, this is not recommended as it is extremely unsafe and easy to get lost.


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