The jungle can be visited throughout the year, but keep in mind that regardless of the month, the air is very humid and the temperatures are high. Like every other tropical region, the Amazon is known for having only two seasons: a wet season ( January-June) and a dry season ( July-December).
During the rainy season the Amazon Basin’s streams rise about 7 meters, which means a better navigability on every river or creek. However, this also means that some of the jungle trails will become less accessible.
On the other hand, the dry season is a period of low rainfall, but that does not mean that there is no precipitation at all. Since the jungle already has a humid climate, the change is just not that particularly significant.
We spent a week in the Peruvian Amazonia and it was by far the most interesting and exciting experience we have ever had. Among trees that have been growing for hundreds of years, we discovered for the first time how many different shades of green exist. It’s one of the most beautiful and biodiverse places in the world, and although it takes a little courage, we could always come back.
Nature! In the Amazonian jungle live millions of species of insects, fish, birds, or large mammals and it is the last place on Earth where harpy eagles, jaguars, and pink dolphins are still found. It occupies half of South America, from the Atlantic Ocean to the Andres, Peruvian Amazon being the richest region in terms of biodiversity.
Amazing experiences! Amazonia is perhaps the most incredible place on the planet and a must-see destination. Is the largest river basin in the world, and its forest stretches all across the continent from the Atlantic Ocean to the Andes Mountains. A few days in a lodge are a unique opportunity to see giant macaws or howler monkeys in their natural habitat, waking up the entire jungle as the sun rises.
As a travel destination, Amazon is a unique experience and an adventure that involves in particular the detailed planning of many health related aspects. Before entering the jungle inform yourself thoroughly and take all precautionary measures. Consult a specialist that knows the risks you are predisposed to and verify the conditions provided by the tour…
If you are planning a trip in the Amazon, you must first know that the temperatures are very high, and the air is so humid that the forest creates its own rainy season from the water vapors on the leaves. Regardless of the month you decide to visit the jungle, make sure that you do…
The jungle can be visited throughout the year, but keep in mind that regardless of the month, the air is very humid and the temperatures are high. Like every other tropical region, the Amazon is known for having only two seasons: a wet season and a dry season. As the name suggest, the difference between…