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Tour della Giungla Amazzonica al Sinchicuy Lodge di 3 Giorni

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Iquitos, Perù

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Risveglia i tuoi sensi con il panorama spettacolare e con i suoni della giungla in questa emozionante escursione da Iquitos. Goditi un trasferimento tranquillo e senza stress dall'aeroporto internazionale di Iquitos, prima di raggiungere il rustico Sinchicuy Lodge nel cuore della fitta foresta pluviale. Goditi la comodità e la tranquillità della struttura, dove potrai mangiare e dormire sogni tranquilli. Immergiti nell'atmosfera suggestiva della riserva yanomami in elettrizzanti escursioni, esci presto per rendere omaggio al fascino fluttuante degli uccelli esotici e interagisci con la gente indigena di una piccola comunità in riva al fiume per approfondire antiche culture.
  • 3 giorni di avventura nella giungla amazzonica con alloggio al Sinchicuy Lodge
  • Esplora la foresta pluviale amazzonica con la tua guida esperta
  • Fai una battuta di pesca lungo il Rio delle Amazzoni e fai birdwatching
  • Scopri gli ecosistemi amazzonici e vedi le piante esotiche e la fauna selvatica
  • Spot rari delfini del fiume rosa, scimmie urlatrici, bradipi e altro ancora!
  • Tutti i pasti, 2 notti di alloggio e trasferimento di andata e ritorno dall'aeroporto inclusi

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star-5
Eye opening and unique experience!
Kayla B
, nov 2019
This trip was great! It was a really great opportunity to experience a new culture. Not only do you get to meet indigenous people and visit their villages to understand their way of life, but you take a variety of excursions that give you a full experience of the Amazon. We saw and interacted with a variety of wildlife including monkeys, sloths, birds, fish, dolphins, piranha, snakes and we got to hold and interact with some of the wildlife. The accommodations were a lot better than I expected- it is very much a lodge but you have your own private bathrooms and the beds are comfortable (I slept great!). The food is also very good- the staff are so nice and accommodating. We loved our guide Gober and our bartender! Just as an FYI- there is not electricity in the rooms (except for a small light) but there are charging stations and wifi in the main lodge. They also take credit cards for alcohol and incidentals. Overall, if you are looking for a cultural adventure and experience that will open your eyes to a different way of life, this is a great trip! 
star-5
Great introduction to the Amazon
ChristopherJ1642
, ott 2019
Our guide was incredible he had such an impressive amount of knowledge about the Amazon. We learnt that he was actually born in the Amazon basin about 2 hours north of Iquitos. The lodge has great food and a friendly team. Rooms are nice considering you’re in the Amazon only single beds are offered each with individual mosquito nets. The day trips are well worth the sweat and mosquito bites (bring 40% deet mosquito spray). The animal sanctuary despite some of the other reviews is actually free for the animals to go back into the Amazon at any point in time. However as the humans feed them they tend to stay. The cages are used to quarantine new animals and separate the dangerous (anacondas) animals from their potential prey. You will have an Amazon time on this tour!
star-2
Don't waste your money here
Jen B
, set 2019
What we thought was going to be the best part of our trip to Peru turned out to be the worst. The reviews I read were all favorable, but our experience was nothing like what was reflected in the reviews. They are under new management and that could be the reason for poor performance. Our tour guide was not very knowledgeable and very unorganized. At one point, he took us through a village to show us a cell phone tower, he also walked us around in circles for about an hour when he failed to coordinate our lunch with a sister resort. He was trying to kill time as our resort scrambled to prepare our lunch. He did not tell us anything about the area, trees, animals, insects or anything at all as we walked in circles. He also left us alone in a metal boat for about a half hour baking in the sun as he tried to figure out how to fix the lunch situation. We had to wear rubber boots everywhere we went even though it was not the rainy season and there was no mud. We walked on paved roads the majority of the time. I took my rubber boots off and replaced them with flip flops because the boots were so damn hot and unnecessary. The tour guide attempted to get me to put the boots back on but failed when I pointed out the manager of the company who was following us around taking pictures had bought some hotel slippers at a local store and was wearing them. I wore my own hiking boots after that. The "people zoo" as I dubbed it was weird and awkward. It felt like a theatrical performance that was made up on the spot. Walking through a village with a bunch of white, rich Westerners was also strange as they looked over fences into people's back yards and even tried to go into someone's house. Our tour guide rushed us to get on the boat back to mainland even though he was an hour late getting us back to the resort from fishing. We did not have enough time to shower and pack, so we didn't shower. I don't know what the rush was because he wanted to take us to main office for two hours before going to the airport. We told him to just take us to the airport. The two hours could have been better spent taking us to historical sites or art museums in Iquitos. I didn't understand the rush to get back to mainland when we still had five hours before any of our flights when we arrived at the airport. Choose another company when exploring the Amazon Jungle.
star-5
Just what I expected
felizdavid
, ago 2019
When reading about this tour I got a certain picture in my head. That we were going to roughing it a bit. This is not a 5 Star Luxury Hotel in the jungle but a lodge. The lodge served us plenty of good food. The beds were OK but I did not have any trouble sleeping. You get power for a few hours at night and that is one light in your room and outlets in the main Lodge. the grounds were nice. Also our tour member were cool. we We people from Germany, Spain, Canada, France, England and the USA. But one word of caution the guides are independent. You may not get they same guides as we did.
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Average tour
EoinHeno19
, ago 2019
I really felt fortunate to visit the Amazon Rainforest. It really is such a special and wonderful place. The positives of this tour are visiting the local tribe, accommodation for stay, food and boats that are used to travel along the river. I do feel that this tour is lacking overall. I expected to see and do so much more. The only animals we saw in the wild were the pink dolphins and butterflies. We saw other animals in farm type places but it wasn't the same thing. I feel that my whole holiday was based around seeing the Amazon and it didn't match my expectations really. Upon reflection I'd recommend for people to do more research when it comes to which part of the Amazon you visit because we didn't really go deep into it at all.
star-5
Fantastic trip! Great guides and amazing activities!
lauratan726
, giu 2019
We had an amazing three days in the Amazon with our guide Edgar! The tour lived up to the itinerary and was really well organised. We got to trek in the jungle, go on lots of boat trips, swim with pink dolphins, see sunset and sunrise and fish for piranhas! Food and accommodation was great! Our guide Edgar was really knowledgeable about everything, super friendly and went out of his way to make sure we did everything we wanted - even organising an extra trip to hold more sloths after seeing how much our group enjoyed it on day 2. Would totally recommend!
star-5
Best thing you will do in Peru
Aron K
, giu 2019
I had the most amazing time with this tour. Our guide, Nelton was extremely knowledgeable and a super fun person. The lodge and the staff were way better than anything i expected, and so was the food. I will sure to be back during the dry season as well. Overall, top experience.
star-5
Amazing experience
dixieburbidge
, giu 2019
What a varied experience. We slushed through the jungle, saw sloths and monkeys, villages and pink dolphins. Even swam in the Amazon. Our guide, Nilton, was great. Very rustic but very fun
star-5
If you are still searching for THE...
Lisa N
, ago 2018
If you are still searching for THE Amazon tour.... stop looking because this tour will be one of the best things you when visiting Peru. My boyfriend and I had the best time of our lives through this tour. We still talk about this tour daily and it was definitely our highlight of our Peru trip. Our Guide: MARDEN Marden was our tour guide and he made our trip so authentic and simply perfect. He was extremely passionate about the jungle and always went out of his way to make sure our group got the best experience. After my boyfriend stepped in a fire ant hill please wear shoes in the jungle -___- Marden took us to the local village to knock on doors looking for a certain remedy the village use to stop the itch, something that he did not have to do. Another time was when we asked Marden if he can ask the cooks at the lodge to keep the piranha teeths from the piranhas that we caught earlier as souvenirs after eating it for dinner that night of course....YUM! Lastly, on our longest day we made a stop at an abandoned lodge to have lunch but the cooks that were supposed to make our meals did not show up so guess who stepped into the kitchen and cooked a meal for eight people and turning down any help offered? Marden. He truly made our trip and anyone taking this tour would be lucky to have him as a guide. Food: ALWAYS delicious. Breakfast, lunch and dinner they will always feed you. Everything was fresh! Jungle potatoes, fish, rice, salads, juice, meat. Yes, they do have vegetarian options but our group were all meat eaters so they did not have that option at meal times. They always had coffee and tea and you will need it for the early morning boat ride to see the sunrise and to get you through the long days. They always have water for you so fill up those bottles before leaving for the day! The lodge: Yes, this is the jungle. Mosquitoes, ants, spiders, frogs and all the bug family will be there so do not expect a five star vacation hotel. But this is what makes it such a great experience! Electricity ran from 6pm - 10pm which is more than enough to charge your phones and cameras for the next days. The lodge manager took great care of us and always made us feel comfortable and helped us with whatever we needed. In the early mornings make sure you grab some bananas and start monkey calling because we were lucky enough to feed a few monkeys but they only come in the mornings from who knows what part of the jungle. Should you do it?: 100 yes. This company will take great care of you from the moment your plane lands at the airport in Iquitos to your final destination either at the town or back to the airport. You get to hug and take pictures with a freakin sloth what more do I have to say?! You will try different foods, be uncomfortable but you cannot get a better experience elsewhere. We will be back one day to visit. :
star-5
Amazing jungle experience
jmountmisc
, lug 2018
This tour was amazing. I think they did a really good job making sure to hit a lot of the highlights if the area and balancing the adventure time with relaxation. Everyone was friendly and welcoming and the food was fantastic. We had our 10 year old with us and I was worried that it would be too much for her, but she had a great time. I would highly recommend it!

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