The most important part of your Amazon Rainforest experience will be the quality of your personal guide. Amazonia Expeditions has the highest credentialed and most professional staff in the Amazon, and regularly updates their knowledge with special training seminars.

There are many facilities, offered by no other tour operators, to give you unique experiences in exploring the rainforest. One example is the canopy zipline system. Many companies have canopy walkways or towers, but with Amazonia can you actually fly from tree to tree, with nothing underfoot except a hundred feet of rainforest.

All guests of Amazonia Expedition’s award winning lodge are allowed unlimited canopy access (weather permitting) at no extra charge.

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  1. Medicinal plant hikes.
  2. Swim in a blackwater lake which has warm thermal springs.
  3. Canoe into flooded Varzea forest (Feb – May).
  4. View Pygmy marmosets, the world’s smallest primates, which live in trees lose to both lodges.
  5. Close look at the unusual hoatzin birds (when young fledge Jun – Aug).
  6. Hike to a manakin lek.
  7. View Cayman crocodiles (Jul – Oct).
  8. View unusual battles and leaf hoppers.
  9. Jungle Survival Training.
  10. Bird watching (a list of 599 species for the area near the lodge has been compiled).
  11. Visit native communities.
  12. Follow Jaguar amor peccary tracks in the forest.
  13. Fish for peacock bass (late Jul – Oct).
  14. Visit a native daily, via translator hear oral traditions and native lore.
  15. Visit conservation projects.
  16. Greatest amount of flowering plants (May – Jul).
  17. Parakeets feeding at kapok (Jun).
  18. View a diversity of primate species.
  19. Canoe around giant, fortress-like ficus (Dec – Jun).
  20. Learn the weaving of native baskets.
  21. Hike to see giant kapoks.
  22. Fish with traditional native bow and arrow or spear.
  23. Evening lake boat trips to view southern constellations and nocturnal wildlife, such as boat-billed herons, pottos, owl monkeys and more.
  24. View brilliant tropical fish such as cichlids, angel fish, tetras, etc.
  25. Observe monkeys on research trail grid behind the research center.
  26. Visit butterfly cola, where hundreds of species swarm (July – Oct ).
  27. Marine fossil collection (Aug – September).
  28. Assist in wildlife census or other scientific project.