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Amazon Trekking

Survival Mamori

This package is for those who really like the adventure. They will be taking part in all activities. The adventure Begins from the Amazon Turtle Lodge by motorized canoe with a tour guide and native tour guide from the Mamori region. A motorized canoe (15HP) will be available for further locomotion as need.

Differential of this itinerary

  • Visit the fish and fruit market (Ceasa);
  • Visit the Meeting of Waters;
  • Rustic fishing;
  • Alligator spotting;
  • Walk trails and meeting the medicinal plants;
  • Survival techniques in the jungle;
  • Canoe ride to observe the dolphins;
  • Visit small communities around the areas that we will be exploring;
  • To offer the best security possible, during the days of survival we will take some food along (fish, chicken, beef, vegetables, and fruits);
  • You will also learn and help to build together with the guide your own shelter, using (wood, twigs, and straw of the babaçu tree).

Areas to be explored

  • Tracajá lake;
  • Juma lake;
  • Piranha lake.

Ecosystems explored during the expedition

  • Lowland (Floodplain);
  • Highland (Firm Ground);
  • Wetlands (Igapós);
  • Small channels, known as holes (Igarapés).

08:00 a.m. Leave the hotel by car to the river port Ceasa (20 minutes). Take a speedboat to the village “Careiro da Varzea” (30 minutes). At this point we will be passing the meeting of the waters, where the Negro and Solimões Rivers meet (Meeting of the Waters). This is where the Amazon River is formed, flowing from this area all the way to the Atlantic Ocean. It is truly a magnificent sight to see. The two rivers run side by side without mixing for many kilometers and you will most likely be visited by a few curious river dolphins as well. After a stop at the fruit market, take a bus or van to the Araça River via the Manaus-Porto Velho highway (40 minutes BR319).

By boat we will pass through many lakes and small wildlife abundant creeks, where you will have the opportunity to see the incredible giant Amazon water lilies (Vitoria Regia) with their enormous floating leaves. You will also pass by native villages and the floating houses of Caboclo’s village. This length of the trip is ideal for observing wildlife due to the abundance of many varied species, such as birds, alligators, fish, sloth, and monkeys. During this trip to the lodge you have the opportunity to stumble on a creature at anytime. Arrival at Amazon Turtle Lodge after 50 minutes ride by boat, it is scheduled arrival around 12:00 p.m.

Lunch will be served at the lodge: freshwater fish, beef (meat), chicken, salads and exotic fruits from the Amazon (buffet style). After lunch, we will take a motorized canoe trip that will allow you to get to know the area better. Throughout the duration of this trip, you will experience:

  • The pristine and varying landscapes of the region;
  • Opportunity to observe and enjoy the great diversity of animals found in the area;
  • It is common to see squirrel monkeys, sloth, iguanas, spiders and a wide variety of birds, including the beautiful white egrets that delicately wade amongst the floating grass islands.;

Dinner will be served at Amazon Turtle Lodge at 07:30 p.m., a delicious buffet including fresh water fish, beef (meat), chicken, salads and exotic fruits from the Amazon, and soon after the adventurers are released to rest, enjoy the convenience of the lodge, because the next day our adventure through the Amazon jungle will start very early.

Leave from Amazon Turtle Lodge in motorized canoe to the Tracajá Lake, first camp (tapirí) this is a house made of wood and straw from the Babaçu tree, this camp is situated in the margins of the river making easier for the activities, as the rivers are the only way of transport in this territory. Lunch will be an open area on the margin of the river, fresh fish roasted on a fire.

Experience of the day:

  • Exploring the region by canoeing;
  • Regional fishing;
  • Observation of the biodiversity of the region;
  • Contemplate the sunset on Mamori river;

05:30 a.m. Leave for the sunrise and bird watch, (breakfast). Jungle trek with specialized guide were you will learn, how to survival in the jungle and learning more about our fauna and biodiversity. Stop for Lunch.During the afternoon catch fish for dinner, return back to camp,dinner and leave the camp for night tour to watch for animals.

Experience of the day:

  • Rustic fishing;
  • Alligator spotting;
  • Walk trails and meeting the medicinal plants;
  • Survival techniques in the jungle.
Regional fishing

Breakfast and leave for jungle trek on trails. only observing animals and flora take photos in the jungle, return back to the camp, swim in the rivers, have dinner and sleep in hammocks with mosquito net.

Experience of the day:

  • Jungle Trekking;
  • Observation of Amazon Fauna and flora;
  • Tour by paddle canoe through the flooded forest;
  • Time to get photos of special places on the Igapós and Igarapés.

Breakfast followed by canoe trip, where you will be able to paddle in the small channels (Igarapés). As paddling have the opportunity to see fresh water, dolphins (Botos), monkeys, iguanas, snakes, caimans and with luck a sloth shower.

Experience of the day:

  • Meeting the dolphins;
  • Opportunity to observe small species of animals;
  • Maybe we can meet: monkeys, iguanas, snakes, caimans and with luck a sloth.

By the afternoon we will return to Amazon Turtle Lodge for overnight at lodge and have nice clean room with nice good.


Breakfast (free morning) to relax and enjoy the last day Amazon Turtle Lodge, you can paddle or go on lodge`s Eco Trekking. Lunch at Lodge and at 01:30 p.m.

Transfer Back to Manaus, will be back at Manaus around 05:00 p.m.

Drop offcan be City Center or Airport.

What is included

  • Transfers In and Out to the Amazon Turtle Lodge;
  • Private bungalow (SGL/DBL/TPL);
  • Accommodation on beds with mosquito nets;
  • All meals (breakfast, lunch and dinner);
  • During meals: mineral water and seasonal fruit juices;
  • All tours mentioned on programme;
  • English or Spanish speaking tour guides.

What is not included

  • Travel insurance of any kind;
  • Alcoholic beverages, such as beer and wine, which can be arranged per your request for moderate consumption.

What to bring in the backpack

We recommend a medium Backpack, which will be used during your jungle adventure, with the following items:

Travel insurance

  • Due to the extreme nature and risks associated with these trips, we strongly recommend that you take individual travel insurance that reflects your personal and family histories;
  • We inspect the vessels we work with regularly, and carry safety, first aid, and emergency equipment on board;
  • We are also connected with logistics for patient removal by helicopter services available in the region if needed;
  • For your trip, we will also be carrying a low refrigeration antidote for snakebites. It is very unlikely that we will need it, but we take every precaution available to us;
  • Manaus has two very good hospitals, one specializing in tropical medicine;
  • We assume no responsibilities for lost or damaged items and personal equipment and gear during the trip, unless it happens by negligence from our part.

Passport, vaccinations and health report

  • We will need copies of the picture page of your passport and vaccination cards;
  • Recommended that you take the yellow fever shot and bring medications for any existing previous conditions you may have. I am personally against taking the malaria pill, and there is no proof of its effectiveness;
  • The side effects can also be greater than the symptoms sometimes, and there are very few cases detected in a single year, but it this is ultimately your choice. Please let us know of any existing conditions you may have that we should be aware of, such as allergies, diabetes, heart and blood pressure problems;
  • We will keep this information confidential.

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