Cost and Schedule

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COST AND SCHEDULE

The lodge is open every day of the year. You may start and finish your trip on any dates that are best for you. We have much for you to see and do, so we recommend a minimum of 8 days / 7 nights for a satisfactory trip that takes time to see the great biodiversity of the Amazon rainforest.  But we can do trips as short as 3days/2nights.

Cost for 8 days is $1,395 per person. Each additional day is $100.

No single supplement is charged. Discount rates are available for groups of 5 or more. Discount rates are available for children 16 years or younger. Includes all in Amazon (all transfers, lodging, meals, private guide, excursions customized to your liking, gear such as jungle boots, wifi, entrance fees, conservation fees, port taxes, etc.). Optional expenses only: cola or beer drinks, souvenirs, laundry, tips, etc.

Reservation is made with a deposit of $250.If you have any questions, please feel free to contact us, or call to reserve at 1-800-262-9669.

 

   Pay for your Amazon Expeditions trip by credit card on PayPal. 

3% service charge added

All Amazon land trip purchases are 75% refundable up to 40 days before trip departure

We recommend the purchase of travel insurance.

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Travel with Confidence during these uncertain times.Our new & flexible booking policies ensure you can book your trip with peace of mind.

COVID-19 Updated policies for New Bookings - December 15, 2021

  • Reserve your trip now with only a USD $100.00 deposit required at the time of booking.
  •  If a Covid-19 related travel ban means you have to cancel your trip we will offer a full refund or trip postponement – your choice.
  •  If you have to reschedule your trip for any reason, just let us know, and we can postpone your trip for a later date without penalty, change in fare, and without expiration date as many times as needed. 

Our Statement on Covid-19

During the pandemic, we faced a 13 month absence of tourists. But instead of laying off our workers, we used this as an opportunity to focus on improving our business. We kept our entire team employed, with additional training, new projects, as well as in conservation & humanitarian work. As a result, now that tourism is back…. we are a stronger company than ever. Our facilities are in the best condition, our staff is the best trained and our guides the most knowledgeable that can be found in the Amazon Rainforest.