 Participate in early activities to observe many bird species

 Observe the Amazon’s Pink and grey dolphins (Inia Geoffrensis & Sotalia Fluviatilis )

 Hike into the rainforest and learn about medicinal and practical uses of the plants

 Learn about the different eco-systems and their balance in the rainforest

 Go on night walks to observe insects, spiders, snakes, amphibians and listen to nocturnal animals

 Visit a Siona Familiy (At the moment we are not visiting the local Siona family)

 Explore Laguna Grande and the flooded forest (macrolobium)

 Navigate in search of Caimans (Alligators)

 Paddle silently in a dugout canoe to enjoy the sounds of the jungle

 Relax at a natural and spectacular place

 Learn more during captivating lectures given by our Naturalist Bilingual Guides

 Enjoy an amazing experience deep in the Amazon rainforest.


What to bring:


 Clothes of cotton and quick dry material

 Long-sleeved shirt or blouse and long pants for the hikes          into the rainforest

 T-shirts & shorts

 4 pairs of socks

Important: Rain poncho (personal)

Important: Sandals and sneakers

 Light wind-breaker and sweater or fleece (for the early and      night activities)

 Bathing suit and personal towel for swimming

Important: Sun cap or hat

Important: Sunglasses with a strap

 One small daypack (waterproof)

Important: Insect repellent

Important: Sun block

 Important: Headlamp or flashlight (with spare batteries)

Important: Personal water bottle or canteen to refill water      at the lodge anytime

 Toilet kit (biodegradable soap & shampoo recommended)

 Personal first aid kit (with your personal travel medicines)

 Camera (bring your own charger and adapter)

 Binoculars (10×40 are suggested)

 Notebook

Important: Plastic bags (zip lock bags could be better for          your items in special cameras, binoculars, phones,                    medicines and documents, These will keep them dry)

 Wet wipes for personal use

 Books to read

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