4D | Guaranteed Departure | From and to Iquitos
Enter the green lung of the world and discover the mysteries that the Amazon keeps. Get in touch with nature and live fascinating experiences that let you swim with dolphins, go deep into the jungle, navigate the Amazon in typical wooden canoes of the area, observe nocturnal animals in their habitat and even fish for piranhas; all in the hands of knowledgeable experts and enjoying the fantastic facilities of Tree House Lodge.
Iquitos: Capital of the department of Loreto, located in the heart of the Peruvian jungle, is the main river port of the Amazon River and a starting point for the exploration of the jungle.
Amazon River: The most abundant and longest river in the world, with more than 1000 tributary rivers, home to millions of species of flora and fauna.
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The weather is tropical, with an average temperature of 32°C (89° F), ranging from 25°C (77° F) to 42°C (107° F). The hotter season usually ranges from December to March and comes with frequent afternoon rainfall. Between June and September, you may need some warmer clothing, since occasional “friajes” or Patagonia Cold Fronts can reduce the temperature to 10°C (50°F). Cool comfortable cotton clothes are required to counter the heat while sweaters and jackets may be handy at night. See Equipment and Luggage. Visitors must anticipate the extreme heat and humidity of the jungle by finding out the exact weather condition at the time of travel in order to be ready with clothing and accessories.
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