SAO PAULO, Jan. 19, 2016 /PRNewswire/ -- Days are never the same in the Amazon Jungle, Brazil, South America. Between February and May, the region becames a unique show for tourists. The level of the river climbs up to 15 meters (about 50 feet), allowing for more areas inside the jungle to be reached by boat.
During this time, crossing the jungle in wooden canoes provides memorable experiences, such as seeing the tree tops reflected clearly on the water and watching the birds closely than in other seasons.
From the USA, American Airlines flies daily non-stop from Miami to Manaus, the entry-gate to the Amazon Jungle by five hours.
Immersed in the jungle, three hours away from Manaus by boat and land, Juma Amazon Lodge offers the ideal location for deeply getting to know the region's, with amazing rides:
Canoe - Is done on paddling canoes through the igapos (flooded forest). It's possible to swim and watch river dolphins.
Night in the forest - After dinner, guests spend a night in the forest, sleeping in hammocks, listening to the animals' sounds.
Picnic - After walking through the trails in the forest, the food is roasted on woodenspits over red coals.
Sumauma – The sumauma is an Amazonian tree, reaching up to 130 feet (40 meters). During the ride, visitors can reach one.
Tree climbing – This ride explores the Amazon's tallest tree tops.
JUMA AMAZON LODGE
The hotel is by Juma River in Autazes city, Amazonas, Brazil. In a preserved forest area of around 17,300 acres, it has 21 bungalows (built from wood and straw) with private bathrooms and hot showers. Juma is located in a black-watered region, so there are almost no mosquitoes there. It is recommended to be vaccinated for yellow fever ten days before traveling.
Packages price: Start from U$S 900 for three nights (January to May 2016, including all meals, English speaking guides, transfer between the hotel and Manaus and rides, except Tree Climbing). Children from 0 to 5 years old are free of charge.
Photos by Juma Amazon Lodge, except "Woolly Monkey" (by Akinori K)
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SOURCE Juma Amazon Lodge