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Brazilian Amazon Lodges

The Amazon Rainforest is located in a vast basin that covers over one third of Brazil and is considered to be the lungs of the world. Hidden beneath the thick rainforest canopy is an ecosystem of extraordinary biodiversity and home to a spectacular array of flora and fauna. A journey into the Amazon is a magical encounter with nature, escaping civilisation to reach secluded areas of pristine rainforest and immerse yourself underneath an infinite ocean of stars whilst sleeping in the jungle. The interior of the region would be almost impenetrable were it not for the mighty Amazon River, which acts as a highway running from its source in the Andes Mountains down to the Atlantic Ocean in northern Brazil. Local communities straddle the banks of the river, forging a living and navigating the huge networks of tributaries and waterways.

Want to see more of The Amazon? Visit it in Peru or Ecuador

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Need some help with your trip? Berenice Roure has travelled extensively across Brazil and can help with his knowledge and expertise of the attractions and services available.

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Brazilian Amazon Lodges
Excursions & Attractions

Meeting of the Waters

Marvel at this natural phenomenon, where two rivers run side-by-side to form the Amazon River.

Jungle Nature Trails

Head into the jungle in the company of an expert guide to discover the extraordinary plant life of the Amazon.

Canoe Rides

Access the narrow creeks and flooded forests of the Amazon by paddle canoe, only the lookout for pink dolphin.

Amazon Community Visit

Meet Amazon natives to learn about how they have adapted to life deep in the jungle.

Caiman Spotting

Venture out on a night-time boat trip to look for nocturnal creatures, including caimans up-close.

Amazon Sunrise

Guests of the Juma Lodge can rise early to enjoy a magnificent Amazon sunrise, looking out for early-rising birds.

Piranha Fishing

Try your hand at some Amazon-style fishing to catch piranha before heading back at sunset.

Tree Climbing

Those staying at the Juma Lodge can arrange this unusual way to get closer to the dense forest canopy.

Accommodation
in Brazilian Amazon Lodges

Amazon Ecopark Lodge

This comfortable lodge is located in a preserved area of forest only 30 minutes by boat from Manaus.

Juma Lodge

This small and comfortable lodge is built from local materials from the forest is the remote area of Amazon accessible by can…

Turtle Lodge

The Turtle lodge is located on the shore of a small river and sufficiently far to be in an area of pristine, virgin rainfores…

Amazon Lodge Rio Juma

It is a floating jungle lodge, located in the State of Amazons, for over 35 years has been offering the knowledge of the flor…

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