Recommendations for Journey to the Jungle

1. Wear lightweight long sleeves, flared trousers, windproof jacket, hat, sunglasses, water bottle, hiking shoes, flashlight, insect repellent, sunscreen and stay in the city wear clothing according to your taste. In case of rain, the operator will provide rubber boots and plastic ponchos at local cost.

2. Tell your travel agent any restrictions on food and / or any condition on their health, to prevent and avoid complications in the jungle excursions.

3. VACCINES, excursions are developed through walks through the jungle for non-endemic areas free of epidemics such as malaria, dengue and yellow fever. At the request of the passenger can be vaccinated 10 days before your trip to the jungle at the National Institute of Health.

4. Luggage in custody, leaving them in our office for the days that are in the jungle, just as is recommended not to carry more than S /. 80.00 soles for consumer spending in bar and buy handicrafts. If you have valuables to staff declare. FREE OF CHARGE.

5. The company is not responsible for lost items and accessories under its responsibility, it is recommended to carry a personal bag (kangaroo bag) all these personal items as well as documents and money.

6. The Lodge provides the generator to supply a certain time to charge the batteries of electronic equipment such as cameras, phones, cameras, etc.

7. Rainy Season: November to July each passenger must bring rain protection as can be, Ponchos, Jackets for rain, etc.

8. Summer season (no rain): July to November (Beaches in the Amazon, wearing swimwear, fishing season)

9. RAPID EXCURSIONS: Obey and respect the guide’s instructions and should be kept attached to the group, without delays or take alternate routes causing disorder, this can lead to incidents that affect the development of the excursions. Likewise, the order of activities may vary depending on weather conditions. IQUITOS average temperature 30 ° – 35 °.

REFERENCES from other sites:

  El comercio, one of the most important newspapers in Peru, covered in its touristic  section “Vamos” a story about the most beautiful places in Peru to watch the sunset or dawn, including Ecological Jungle trips.

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  Sue Lauther, a blogger, tell us about his experience in Iquitos, and the tour with Ecological Jungle Trips.

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  Petr Daubner share his experiences in the magazine Skompasem, and tells us about the tour at Ecological Jungle Trips and people who met during his stay.

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   Wanderlust, a blog where the authors write about their experiences in the Peruvian amazon rainforest. They spent some days at our camp Ecological Jungle Trips.

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  OE Travel Blogs, written by Bailey, talks about the fun and adventure for  their stay in Ecological Jungle Trips.

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