Women's Trip 2017 by Amazonia Expeditions
Join us for our Women's in the Amazon Trip, September 24-30, 2017, Led by Dolly Arevalo Beaver, Nelly Pinedo, Celeste Taricuarima and Melisa Lima Sangama.
Join us for only $1,195.
A quick call can answer your questions.
Prepare to be Amazed
Search for Monkeys
Explore the Rainforest
Go Bird Watching
Find Amazing Frogs
Throughout this journey, you will get to explore the wildlife and interact with the indigenous population of the Tahuayo river basin. Highlights include:
- Canoeing, hiking, motorboating and ziplining
- search for a variety of wildlife including: pygmy marmosets, owl monkeys, poison dart frogs, pink dolphins, squirrel monkeys, sloths, anteaters, and more.
- Visit a native village, meet women in their homes, and learn traditional weaving techniques.
- and more…
The Main Lodge:
Cabins have private bathrooms
Greater variety of activities
The Research Center:
Cabins have shared bathrooms
Better hiking, over 50 miles of trails through a variety of ecosystems
Lodge is more remote, in more pristine forest
Reservations must be made in advance.
Recommendations for Preparation
Needed for optional purchases such as souvenirs. US currency is good for all of that, but make sure your bills are in virtually new or mint condition.
Other Things to Bring
Sun block (you are close to the equator where there is less atmospheric protection from UV); insect repellent; canteen or water bottle; binoculars; flashlight with spare batteries; bring biodegradable soap and shampoo; personal first aid kit; personal toiletries; small battery operated fan; daypack or small backpack. We provide three meals a day but if you like to snack between meals bring some snacks in zip lock bags.
Clothes for the Jungle
Long and short pants; long sleeved shirts and tee shirts; rain gear; hat with brim; swim suit; comfortable footwear and flip flops. We have jungle rubber boots in various sizes available for you (it is important to use our boots to help prevent the spread of amphibian chytridiomycosis disease, spread from microscopic soil particles from foreign forests). Bring high socks to wear in the boots. Canoe enthusiasts like reef walkers or water moccasins. Daytime high temperatures are 80-88 F
Please bring two copies of your passport picture page for help in reconfirming flights and as entrance requirement for the reserve. No visa is required. No vaccination certificate is required. In our 33 years working in this region we have not yet had a traveler become sick with a tropical disease. Please contact us for more information.