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Amazon Jungle Overview

Visit the Amazon to see jungle plants and animals in their natural habitat

Visit the Amazon to see jungle plants and animals in their natural habitat

The Amazon Jungle is one of the world’s most important tropical rainforests. Covering approximately 5.5 million square kilometres over 9 countries, the Amazon holds one in ten of the world’s species and is therefore the biggest and most biodiverse collection of plants, birds and animals on Earth.

 
The Amazon in Ecuador

Adventure Tours, Overland Expeditions and Budget Expeditions in Ecuador

Adventure Tours, Overland Tours and Budget Expeditions in Ecuador

Take a motorised dugout canoe downriver from Tena into the Amazon Jungle and explore the lush rainforest.

 
The Amazon in Brazil

Visit the Amazon Jungle on a group tour or Expedition Cruise in Brazil

Visit the Amazon Jungle on a Group Tour in Brazil

Enjoy a five night adventure along the Amazon River in a specially designed riverboat from Belém to Manaus, included in Overland Tours.

 
The Amazon in Peru

Visit the Amazon Jungle on a group tour or Independent Travel package in Peru

Visit the Amazon Jungle on a Group Tour or Add-on in Peru

Experience the beauty and diversity of the Amazon rainforest on our Adventure Tours, Overland Tours and Add-ons to Peru. Trek through the lush vegetation and learn about the plants and animals surrounding you with the help of expert naturalist guides.

 


Customer Reviews

Katie

"We completed the Sacred Valley and Inca Trail trip with Tucan. It was a 7 day 6 night trip and all the accommodation and most of the meals were provided in the price. The guides provided were very friendly and very knowledgeable and the 2 guides stayed with the group for the whole trip. The setup of the hike was amazing, the porters were great and prepared delicious meals and prepared all the tents so when you arrive at the destination you could relax. I found the whole trip great value for money and would recommend Tucan to anyone about to take on the Inca Trail."

Posted on Nov 28, 2013 on reviews.co.uk

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